Oct. 15, 2019Neither Taylor Lambrigger nor Cézanne Rahner has set foot in the Kingdom of Cambodia.Yet, both NAU alumnae represented the south Asian nation at an … Read more about World Model UN offers unmatched international experience for NAU students
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- Top Master’s in Education ranked Northern Arizona University 15th on its list of Most Affordable Online Master’s in Secondary Education Degrees. The rankings were based on tuition costs and the availability of financial assistance. Top Master’s in Education is a site dedicated to providing objective rankings, critical reviews, and other resources… Read more
Northern Arizona University’s Counseling Services is hosting a Campus Connects-Safe Jacks training program. This two-hour long training aims to better equip campus personnel with the tools to identify and support distressed students.
Safe Jacks hopes to educate individuals outside of Counseling Services, such as resident assistants and peer mentors, on how to better help students experiencing difficulties, including thoughts of suicide. The interactive training includes real-life scenarios and exercises for participants to practice their skills.
Safe Jacks training is free… Read more
The Horizons Concert Series, hosted by the School of Music, is back again this fall showcasing talents and music from across the globe.
From Russia with Love will kick off October’s events, showcasing the Chamber Orchestra Kremlin at 3 p.m., Sunday, Oct. 9, in Audrey Memorial Auditorium. Tickets required: $20 for adults, $12.50 for seniors and NAU employees, free for children and NAU students with ID.
Gov. Doug Ducey declared the week of Sept. 19-23 as Arizona GEAR UP Week in the state.
The proclamation coincides with the celebration of National GEAR UP Week 2016. The week commemorates the continuing success of Gaining Early Awareness and Readiness for Undergraduates Programs, a national program intended to help low-income students graduate… Read more
It is easy to study what you can see. Researchers know a lot about how plants work aboveground, but what happens out of sight under the surface may control more than we once thought.
Ecoss researchers in the Plant and Ecosystem Ecology—PEER—Lab at Northern Arizona University are digging into the soils of South Africa and Alaska to shed light on a poorly understood topic: how plant roots function. A $300,000 Mellon Foundation grant funds the South Africa study,… Read more
The work is a labor of laboratory technicians poring over the genetic details of a bacterium, with researchers searching globally for links and associations that might help explain—and perhaps someday prevent—an illness in Flagstaff.
From the dark, hidden world of Clostridium difficile, or C. diff, to the wider world of daily life, Northern Arizona University researchers are beginning to discern pathways tracing from organism to outbreak. A $200,000 grant award from the prestigious Flinn Foundation has opened the newest… Read more