For the love of books Yesterday was Book Lovers Day! To celebrate, staff and faculty from Cline Library and other NAU libraries share their favorite books.
Humans of Flagstaff
Humans of Flagstaff: Christopher Margeson Christopher Margeson, a psychologist in Counseling Services, shares his favorite way to spend a day off, why reading instructions before installing something can be beneficial and how he reframes failures.
Views from NAU
⭐ A flight to the stars ⭐ Oriel Humes got an unforgettable view of Flagstaff recently, with Venus, the crescent moon, Jupiter and Mars gracing the night sky over the city. She snapped the pic from a vantage point thousands of feet in the air, from a flying research facility known as SOFIA. The planetary science Ph.D. student took two flights on the modified 747 to collect data for her doctoral dissertation.
Campus & Community
Northern Arizona University offering JacksCard for Android devices NAU students on the Flagstaff Mountain Campus can now add their JacksCard to their Android devices to access the same services available through their physical card including Campus Dining, building access, Campus Recreation facilities, copy and printing, bookstore purchases, library materials check out, special events and more.
Cruz Rivera discusses the importance of using data to empower student success at national Raise the B.A.R. summit What does data have to do with student success? Everything. At the Raise the B.A.R. Summit in D.C. last week, President Cruz Rivera joined more than 50 educational to discuss ways to improve outcomes for college students and empower them to succeed.
Walking in the footsteps of Holocaust survivors The Holocaust means something different when you stand in the gas chamber at Auschwitz or the tunnels underneath Langenstein. For 20 Arizona public school teachers, how they teach the Holocaust will be changed forever after spending 17 days in Germany and Poland, learning about the Holocaust where the atrocities happened and how those nations and their people grapple with this difficult history in the present. NAU’s Martin-Springer Institute, with the help of several generous donations, led the once-in-a-lifetime educational trip.