Unmanned aerial vehicles with cameras and sensors provide detail unavailable from satellite photos. Continue reading
Research & Academics
The National Science Foundation award provides funding to help NAU researchers study the effects of climate change on white pine tree disease resistance. Continue reading
NAU astronomer is winning grants, searching for asteroids while on sabbatical. Continue reading
Hundreds of asteroids being studied, some within hours of their discovery. Continue reading
The physical therapy program was among five graduate programs at NAU named in the U.S. News 2016 Best Graduate Schools Rankings. Continue reading
LiDAR technology is assisting NAU archaeological research. Continue reading
Latest Site Activity
Plans for budget reductions outlined during campus forum
Candidates for provost will visit campus next week.
Undergraduates in the first cohort of NAU’s Global Science and Engineering Program will graduate next week with two degrees and a yearlong professional experience abroad in their pockets.
Mason Gerety will return to instructing finance as a faculty member for the W. A. Franke College of Business beginning July 1.
Miller: Of all the things our minds and brains do, memory may be the most important thing.
Northern Arizona University’s Shrine of the Ages Choir will present its season finale this weekend.
NAU serves 27,000 students statewide and creates one in five jobs in Coconino County.
Christopher Mann's technology is expected to reduce the costs and increase accuracy of forensic ballistics.
NAU's RAPIDLab, led by mechanical engineering associate professor John Tester, is active in numerous campus projects, building prototypes for university researchers.