Oct. 15, 2019Neither Taylor Lambrigger nor Cézanne Rahner has set foot in the Kingdom of Cambodia.Yet, both NAU alumnae represented the south Asian nation at an … Read more about World Model UN offers unmatched international experience for NAU students
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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
Following the year of the #MeToo movement, Northern Arizona University’s College of Social and Behavioral Sciences is dedicating a series of events throughout March to educating the community on the movement and its impact.
Join Women’s and Gender Studies (WGS) on March 9 for a screening of “Matrubhoomi: A Nation Without Women,” revealing the unsettling story of a lone woman in a society dominated by men. Following the screening will be a panel chronicling male chauvinism and the mistreatment… Read more
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Karen Pugliesi has been selected as dean of the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences at Northern Arizona University. Her appointment begins July 1.
Provost Laura Huenneke announced the decision after an internal search identified three candidates, who appeared at open forums in mid-April. Stephen Wright has served as interim dean since May 2012.
“Dr. Pugliesi brings a deep professional record of accomplishment to… Read more
An exhibition of fictional worlds created by visual communication students opens next week in the School of Communication, with a showcase of sketches, prints, journals, books and digital images.
An opening reception will be held from 4 to 6 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 26, in the School of Communication Gallery on the second floor. The exhibit is curated by Rodrigo de Toledo, associate professor of visual communication, and showcases student works from his Fictional World Design class. The worlds were created… Read more