There’s still time to register for summer sessions that begin May 30 and July 4! Whether you're an NAU student looking to get ahead, or a community member hoping to explore topics of interest, NAU is offering an array of summer courses for the whole family—in Flagstaff, Phoenix and online. Check out the courses available, including Intro to Brewing, Steps for Getting Your Self-Published Book into Print and How To Give an Effective Online Presentation. Graduate Kandice Tanner and her dad grew extremely close after the death of her mother. They were all each other had left, and it was her father who instilled in Tanner at a young age that she would need to stand up and represent Indigenous students at the college level. With the support of her father and friends from the reservation, Tanner enrolled in Northern Arizona University to study public health and health sciences. Last week, she graduated with her bachelor’s degree. The best part? Her father, Kendall Tanner, was not only there cheering her on, he graduated alongside her with his bachelor’s degree in interdisciplinary studies and industrial leadership. Championship bronc rider Stade Riggs isn't taking it easy this summer. The NAU health science student from Moevave finished the semester as Grand Canyon Region Saddle Bronc Champion. In June, he heads to Casper, Wyoming, to compete in the College National Finals Rodeo.
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Convenient and unique summer courses for students and community members
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Inspired by "Contagion," student earns public health degree
Humans of Flagstaff