Research & Academics

plants

Study finds accelerated soil carbon loss, increasing the rate of climate change

Findings challenge previous understanding about how carbon accumulates in soil. Continue reading

Chris Coffey and the Monsoon computer cluster

NAU computing cluster coming online with workshop April 29

New computing power will enhance research across campus. Continue reading

student studying

Blended learning expansion transforms classrooms, opens student horizons

Approach gives flexibility to faculty, puts focus on student responsibility. Continue reading

solar water heater

Solar competition demonstrates how engineering and business mix

Students bridge communication gap to propose a marketable product. Continue reading

wind turbine

Students tackle energy challenges to aid relief efforts

Small, portable wind turbines designed for deployment could play a key role in providing energy during emergency relief efforts. Continue reading

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Students to share discoveries, creative achievements at Undergraduate Symposium

Hundreds of students representing every college will present their research and creative endeavors during the annual Undergraduate Symposium April 25. Continue reading

Paul Keim in his lab.

Pentagon-backed Keim lab research may open pathways to precision medicine

Study of melioidosis may turn bio-terror threat into opportunity for medical advances. Continue reading

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Scientists eager to engage on environment but still hesitate, research shows

Confidence and other concerns cause gap between intention and action. Continue reading

Mojave desert

Study of Mojave plots shows arid areas absorb large amounts of atmospheric carbon

Analysis of plots over 10 years adds to knowledge of Earth's carbon budget. Continue reading

HRM Classroom

School your palate and earn kitchen skills this summer

Taste cheeses and coffee and gain skills in the kitchen through a summer class offering. Continue reading

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plants Study finds accelerated soil carbon loss, increasing the rate of climate change
Findings challenge previous understanding about how carbon accumulates in soil.
United Blood Services logo Campus blood drive seeks donors
Enrollment Management and Student Affairs has a goal of 80 donors for its campus blood drive May 1 and 2.
Director of Veteran affairs NAU Veterans Affairs director named grand marshal of Armed Forces Parade
Retired Col. Andrew Griffin has been selected as the grand marshal of the 2014 Armed Forces Day Parade through downtown Flagstaff.
Chris Coffey and the Monsoon computer cluster NAU computing cluster coming online with workshop April 29
New computing power will enhance research across campus.
student studying Blended learning expansion transforms classrooms, opens student horizons
Approach gives flexibility to faculty, puts focus on student responsibility.
solar water heater Solar competition demonstrates how engineering and business mix
Students bridge communication gap to propose a marketable product.

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Paul Keim in his lab. Pentagon-backed Keim lab research may open pathways to precision medicine
Study of melioidosis may turn bio-terror threat into opportunity for medical advances.
close up of leaves Scientists eager to engage on environment but still hesitate, research shows
Confidence and other concerns cause gap between intention and action.
Mojave desert Study of Mojave plots shows arid areas absorb large amounts of atmospheric carbon
Analysis of plots over 10 years adds to knowledge of Earth's carbon budget.