Ann Collier researches the correlation between creating with textiles and well being, findings with implications for art therapy. Continue reading
Research & Academics
Christopher Mann's technology is expected to reduce the costs and increase accuracy of forensic ballistics. Continue reading
The team posted an average GPA of 3.5 for the fall semester, ranking 17th among the nation's swimming and diving programs. Continue reading
Studying sediments in Africa's Lake Bosumtwi reveals how the area changed from lush and humid to an arid region. Continue reading
Beginning in the fall 2015 semester, NAU will begin offering a graduate certificate for tribal leaders. Continue reading
NAU researchers are studying bat behaviors and populations in eastern Arizona at the site of the state's largest wildfire. Continue reading
Soccer, football, volleyball and men's and women's cross country were recognized for academic success for the fall. Continue reading
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Joshua Brent Sawtelle, a student in the W.A. Franke College of Business, died Feb. 27, 2015. He was 23.
NAU's Interdisciplinary Writing Program will host the Undergraduate Videogame Symposium March 26-28 in Liberal Arts, building 18.
Applications are due by 5 p.m. Friday, March 13.
The study shows that NAU contributes $1.85 billion in economic activity, which supports 20,300 Arizona jobs.
The board will meet next week at the High Country Conference Center.
Faculty and staff are invited to meet the candidates seeking the position of dean of the School of Nursing.
NAU's RAPIDLab, led by mechanical engineering associate professor John Tester, is active in numerous campus projects, building prototypes for university researchers.
Northern Arizona University's enrollment for spring 2015 is up five percent from the year before, reflecting a growth in undergraduate students.
A growing NAU cohort of underserved, low-income students earns good-through-graduation financial support.