The Horizons Concert Series, hosted by the School of Music, is back again this fall showcasing talents and music from across the globe. Continue reading
Studies have measured root biomass and root profiles, but very few look at the function of those roots. Continue reading
Pathogen leads to a multi-billion dollar financial burden associated with treatment of C. difficile colitis. Continue reading
Whitham is a pioneer in the science of community and ecosystem genetics. Continue reading
An estimated 150,000 cases of Valley Fever occur in Arizona each year. Continue reading
Certifications bring total number of LEED buildings on NAU campus to 12. Continue reading
Research helps resolve a long-standing debate about the role of nitrogen limitation for plant responses to carbon dioxide. Continue reading
Project seeks to improve on-time high school graduation rates and postsecondary enrollment rates in Arizona. Continue reading
Program aimed at better meeting the general education needs of today’s undergraduate students. Continue reading
Latest Site Activity
A reception for the artists being exhibited at the High Country Conference Center Community Art Gallery will take place from 5-7 p.m. on Thursday, March 30.
Northern Arizona University will hold an interactive tuition hearing from 5-7 p.m. Tuesday, March 28.
The grants, from the American Occupational Therapy Foundation, allow Heather Williamson and Maureen Russell to look at health access and sleep issues.
The exhibit, which manages to be both ambitious and individualistic for the viewer, will be on display March 28 through May 5.
The Center for Science Teaching and Learning hosted its first international visitors—with hopes of expanding STEM curriculum world-wide.
The study, led by doctoral student Rachel Rubin, determined bacteria could play a significant role in increasing crop yields in the future.
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