News and Events
NAU students help create free healthcare and education program
Mainpat Interdisciplinary Global Learning Project
Students from Arizona State University, the University of Arizona
and Northern Arizona University created a service organization that
provides no-cost medical care and education to the homeless
population in the Valley. Click here
to find out more.
Health Science Grad Named Rookie Teacher of the Year
An exciting photo documentary exhibition is now open to the public through September in the School of Communication’s gallery.
If you can't make it to the photo exhibition, the following Vimeo videos are available online.
Visions of Mainpat: Passing on the Dharma: https://vimeo.com/65614507
Voices of Mainpat: The Long Journey: https://vimeo.com/65778547
NAU Health Sciences Graduate Selected as AZ Physical Education Teacher of the Year
Danielle O’Reilly, a Fall 2010 graduate of the Health Sciences Physical Education Teacher Education program, was recently awarded the Arizona State Rookie teacher of the year. Danielle teaches at Horizon Community Learning Center in Phoenix, Arizona.
Native American students' success!
Kelly Donatell, a 2006 graduate of NAU’s Health Sciences Physical Education Teacher Education Program, was selected as the Arizona Physical Education Teacher of the Year. Mrs. Donatell is currently a physical education teacher at Sinagua Middle School in Flagstaff, Arizona.
Health Sciences receives $6 million grant!
Ben Scharfenberger, 2nd year Physical Therapy student, received a prestigious Indian Health Services scholarship program award. As part of the program award, Ben will work with Native populations for at least 2 years after graduation.
Featured on the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases (NIDDJK) website, Camille Miller spent the summer in Phoenix working with the NIDDJK. A current student in NAU's School of Nursing, Camille will work with Dr. Dirk DeHeer over the next year to guide new applicants for NIH internships, and broaden NAU's scope to Harvard and Stanford programs.