Aug. 22, 2019Pools of old carbon in the soil of boreal forests historically safe from combustion are being released by more frequent and larger wildfires, a team led by … Read more about Larger, more frequent fires in boreal forest threaten previously protected carbon stores, NAU-led research team reports in Nature
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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
Northern Arizona University’s Martin-Springer Institute and Theatrikos Theater Company have joined together to present The Mitzvah Project: Hitler’s “Jewish” Soldiers, at 2:30 p.m. Sunday, April 24, and 6:30 p.m. Monday, April 25.
The one-person play explores one of the most unsettling and little-known stories of the Holocaust. The story focuses on the history and fate of thousands of Germans called “Mischlinge”—a derogatory term Nazis used to characterize men who descended from one or two Jewish grandparents.
Co-written by Roger Grunwald and Annie McGreevey, the… Read more