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- Former visiting scholar Wenbin Dai, W. A. Franke College of Business and School of Hotel and Restaurant Management professor Allen Reich and son Joseph Reich recently had their research accepted to the US-China Cultural Exchange International Poster Fair. Their research, “Understanding and Minimizing Bias in the Measurement and Assessment of Qualitative Performance Criteria… Read more
A new master’s program at Northern Arizona University will offer a unique take in the field of public health and nutrition.
The Department of Health Sciences public health program, which starts classes in the fall, has two concentrations: nutrition or health promotion, with an optional indigenous health track. Both will prepare students for a variety of careers in public health, including research, health education or outreach, providing health care to underserved groups, epidemiology, environmental health and nutrition.
Dawn Clifford, an… Read more
Kudos to these faculty, staff and students
- NAU’s bachelor’s in health sciences has been ranked among the top 25 degree programs of its kind by TheBestSchools.org. The website evaluated many factors including academic quality, range of courses offered, faculty strength, awards, ranking and reputation. The website also recognized NAU’s online presence in its “30 Best Online Colleges for 2014”… Read more