Whether you're a returning student or just starting your journey at NAU, there is no better time to be a part of the Lumberjack family.
Grants from the National Science Foundation and the U.S. Department of Energy help researchers measure changes in Arctic soil.
Three innovative partnerships developed in collaboration with NAU have earned a 2015 Excellence in Innovation Award from AASCU.
Recovery from drought takes much longer than previously believed.
The Northern Arizona University athletics program continues to demonstrate its academic success, according to a newly released NCAA Academic Progress Report.
Breakthrough algorithm opens potential to more natural movement with bionic ankle.
As the world awaits images from NASA's spacecraft flyby of Pluto, NAU scientists are supporting astronomers' understanding of the dwarf planet's surface.
To encourage more women to succeed, alum Bill Farrell, class of '73, recently created a $25,000 scholarship fund at the university for women in chemistry and biochemistry.
Thanks to the dedication of Katie and all forty-four members of the growing SPC, many more students at NAU are receiving the assistance they need through the help of scholarships and aid.
The first-ever Thank-A-Giver (TAG) Day was presented by the Student Philanthropy Council in conjunction with University Advancement.
Three private scholarships enabled Johnny Beerling to focus on his academics and paved the way to creating the foundation of opening his family's restaurant, Someburros, in Flagstaff.