NAU is one of the first non-equity productions to get to the rights to the play, which is about the orphaned young boy who becomes Peter Pan. Continue reading
The celebration, led by Green NAU, highlights campus sustainability and awareness with a variety of events through the month of April. Continue reading
The showcase, which is free and open to the public, is from 4-6 p.m. Thursday, April 13, at Ashurst Hall on the Flagstaff campus. Continue reading
The exhibit, which manages to be both ambitious and individualistic for the viewer, will be on display March 28 through May 6. Continue reading
Students, faculty and staff are invited to the fourth annual Research Presentation Competition on March 28. Continue reading
Approximately 15 high-end hot rods, escorted by NAUPD, will display national flags and play traditional Kuwaiti music as they weave their way through campus. Continue reading
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In an effort to improve and enliven science education, NAU researchers will host K-12 teachers at research sites in the Arctic and sub-Arctic regions of Alaska this summer.
The symposium allows students from various disciplines to showcase their achievements in research, creativity, service learning and collaborative projects.
Northern Arizona University announced its Gold Axe winners and Distinguished Seniors at an awards banquet at the High Country Conference C
Faculty and staff can take Data Navigation Overview Training to learn how to better access Institutional Research and Analysis.
NAU’s Steering Committee for reaccreditation invites the campus community to read the Draft Assurance Argument and provide feedback by May 1, 2017.
NAU has been named a Tree Campus USA by the Arbor Day Foundation, highlighting the university's commitment to sustainability and a green campus.
NAU was honored for its Interdisciplinary Global Program, which allows students to study and work in another country for a full year, helping them to prepare for work in the global economy.
Greg Caporaso and team performed fecal microbial transplants, which showed promising results that could lead to a new treatment option.
Members of several NAU sports teams worked with local elementary school students to encourage academic responsibility, good character and fitness through the Lumberjacks C.A.R.E. program