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College of Arts and Letters
Several Northern Arizona University faculty members have completed the Association of College and University Educators (ACUE) certificate in effective college instruction.
NAU offered the program to further enhance faculty’s members’ teaching skills. Thirty-nine participants completed 25 rigorous modules equivalent to a 3-credit graduate course. Participants were provided with transferable tips and tools to improve different aspects of teaching. This training is part of a partnership between ACUE and NAU.
“Congratulations to the successful participants, whose… Read more
Kudos to these staff, faculty and programs
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- Anthropology professor Melissa Liebert co-authored a paper entitled “Tradeoffs between immune function and childhood growth among Amazonian forager-horticulturists” that has been published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. The paper discusses how low-level immune activity can predict reduced child growth.
- College of Arts and Letters professor Michael Amundson has won a… Read more
NAU’s lineup of lectures and discussions is in full swing this summer.
NAU and the Flagstaff community are invited to listen and participate in a variety of events during the free series hosted by the College of Arts and Letters, College of Social and Behavioral Sciences and the W.A. Franke College of Business.
NAU professors and accomplished community members are set to present this summer from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Thursdays inside the SBS West building, room 200. The presentation topics include Cycles… Read more
Harper Lee’s revered masterpiece To Kill A Mockingbird will wrap up NAU’s spring theater productions in the Clifford E. White Theater.
The play is based on the Pulitzer Prize-winning 1961 novel and deals with serious social issues as told from the viewpoint of a 10-year-old girl in 1930s Alabama.
“The play shows how diverse people can change to make the world more compassionate and loveable,” said Robert Yowell, director and professor, NAU Department of Theater. “The theme of race in America is certainly emotionally charged… Read more
Learn about how trends in society are affecting how we live in the world at the Northern Arizona University Humanities in Action Showcase and Publications Fair from 4-6 p.m. Tuesday, April 5, in NAU’s Ashurst Auditorium.
Through interactive exhibits, posters and public presentations, faculty and students showcase projects that foreground the importance of the humanities to individuals and communities. Publications and books by faculty in the NAU College of Arts and Letters also will be on display.
“Our faculty and students are presenting… Read more