Aug. 16, 2019As NAU prepares to welcome back the Lumberjacks, including the class of 2023, here are a few things to know that will make navigating campus easier for faculty, … Read more about Welcome back, Jacks! Navigating campus during #NAUmovein week
After last year’s record-breaking crowd of 425 employees, Employee Development Day is back to further advance employees’ skills both in and out of the office. A variety of personal and professional development workshops will be taught by NAU faculty and staff from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. May 23. Sessions will be held in The W. A. Franke College of Business, Rolle Activity Center and SBS Castro buildings.
The event, “Pathway to Excellence: Develop U,” will offer 60-minute courses throughout… Read more
Northern Arizona University’s Human Resources department is offering a Financial Deep Dive Training (DGT02) to help NAU employees increase their skills and knowledge of finances.
The session will provide thorough instruction in the areas of monitoring financial statements, completing monthly reviews and reconciliations of revenues and expenses, transferring expenses, budgeting and processing non-travel reimbursements. Related policies and procedures will also be covered.
Attendees can expect to leave the session with an understanding of:
- Related policies and procedures
- Financial statement monitoring
- Expense management including monthly… Read more
On April 13, the Lumberjack Technology Center will hold the Apple Computer Faculty & Staff sale. The event will give NAU faculty and staff the opportunity to trade in their current Mac computer or iPad to receive credit toward a new Apple computer.
Available products include Apple Mac Book Air, Mac Book Pro, iMac, iPad Pro, Dell XPS laptops and Microsoft Surface Pro-5 tablets. Faculty and staff are encouraged to pre-order their products to avoid waiting in lines.
Those interested can… Read more
Northern Arizona University is seeking nominations of service professionals and classified staff for the President’s Achievement Award.
The award recognizes employees whose performance exceeds NAU’s expectations, who demonstrate loyalty to NAU’s mission, values and goals and who work with others to create community in the workplace. Any university employee may nominate a candidate. The nomination deadline is Feb. 16.
Nomination forms and criteria can be found online and submitted through the University Events office.
Nearly 150 Northern Arizona University faculty and staff members recently were honored for their many years of service to the university.
Given in five-year increments, the award recognizes longtime employees who have worked for NAU at least 15 years.
Those recognized are:
- Bruce Banker
- Nadine Barlow
- Todd Barnell
- Sigmund Boloz
- Laura Bounds
- Roger Bounds
- Andy Bourget
- Zhong Chen
- Marc Colvin
- William Crawford
- Laura Crouch
- Rodrigo de Toledo
- Rand Decker
- T.C. Eberly
- Lorraine Elder
- Marilee Eveleth
- Peter Gomersall
- Juanita Heredia
- Jani Ingram
- Tyrone Jones
- Brandon Jones
- Astrid Klocke
- David Koerner
- Christopher Lanterman
- James Leve
- Martha Lewis
- Jefferson Little
- Olivia Lopez-Villanueva
- Bryan Loveless
- Angelique Luedeker
- Claudia Mayer
- Gregory McLean
- Cheryl Miller
- Lela Montfort
- Teena Olszewski
- Wolf-Dieter Otte
- Talima Pearson
- Frank… Read more
Gene Moan, professor of educational psychology, has been named the new Faculty Ombudsman.
The Faculty Ombuds Program provides informal and confidential conflict resolution options to members of NAU’s faculty.
Daniel Kain, vice provost for Academic Personnel, said Moan brings a “rich counseling background and long-term experience at NAU to this important role and will be a tremendous resource for our faculty.”
Moan, who served as the interim ombudsman for the past year, has begun his three-year, half-time assignment.