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NAU Enhancing Lumberjacks’ Role in Arizona’s Workforce

Every day is an exciting day to be involved in higher education at Northern Arizona University. Our work benefits our communities, inspires our students and advances the pursuit of knowledge. Some days, however, are especially memorable – and the Arizona Board of Regents’ recent approval of a new NAU College of Engineering, Informatics and Applied […]

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Wine Tour Benefits NAU Student

Some lucky Northern Arizona University transfer student will soon be toasting benefactors, thanks to a combined social and philanthropic wine tasting tour organized by the NAU Alumni Prescott chapter.  Two dozen NAU alums and supporters visited the Southwest Wine Center (SWC) located on the Yavapai College Clarkdale campus last month. They took an educational tour […]

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Tuition Plan Protects Access, Enhances Investments in Student Success 

Every day, Northern Arizona University values our opportunities to connect students with the countless possibilities that higher education provides. We do this in many ways – from high-quality degree programs that prepare our Lumberjacks for the jobs of tomorrow to the many locations we offer degrees online and around the state.  Our tuition-setting process is […]

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NAU: An Investment That Pays the Best Interest

Benjamin Franklin once said, “An investment in knowledge always pays the best interest.” The success of NAU’s alumni proves this to be true. Their accomplishments are a living, enduring testament to the benefit of an investment in the NAU experience. Robin Braun credits her time at NAU with the skills that led her to serve […]

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Science Offering Another Reason to Exercise

If binging on Netflix sounds more appealing than going to the gym, consider this: scientists are finding that cardiovascular exercise is having positive effects on the human gut microbiome — the community of trillions of tiny organisms that thrive inside the dark, wet, warm walls of our intestines. That is important because research is linking […]

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