Nearly 600 guests gathered as the Arizona Board of Regents officially installed Rita Hartung Cheng as the 16th president of Northern Arizona University.
More than fifty years later, Prof. Andrew Paul Gutierrez credits NAU for success.
Five ceremonies are set for May 8-9 in Flagstaff and one on May 15 in Yuma.
Dozens of graduating seniors received honors recognizing their contributions to Northern Arizona University.
NAU biology professor Ted Schuur and fellow scientists study the role of permafrost on the global carbon cycle.
The award provides funding to help NAU researchers study the effects of climate change on white pine tree disease resistance.
Students lead sustainable energy efforts on campus.
Northern Arizona University has been recognized by Best College Reviews as the top college offering online degrees.
Hundreds of asteroids being studied, some within hours of their discovery.
The W.A. Franke College of Business ranked No. 4 overall among business schools.
NAU serves 27,000 students statewide and creates one in five jobs in Coconino County.
Child Development and Language Lab pairs NAU students with first-graders to build vocabulary and comprehension.
New technology allows researchers to see evidence of human activity through the thick cover of jungle.
Lisa Bacus uses personal experience to establish the Nogales High School Hall of Fame Scholarship.
University student employees bring the fun to campus.
NAU researchers are studying bat behaviors and populations in eastern Arizona at the site of the state's largest wildfire.
Soccer, football, volleyball and men's and women's cross country were recognized for academic success for the fall.
Alum Rodriguez supports student-athletes.
Northern Arizona University's enrollment for spring 2015 is up five percent from the year before, reflecting a growth in undergraduate students.
Jeremy Dodd thrives in NAUâ€™s competency-based education program, Personalized Learning.
Nizhoni College Prep Academy prepares students for post-secondary education.