Margaret Sheble and other students make “Reflections of Flagstaff” a reality.
Teamwork shines in the lab, across the globe.
Ryan Priest helps fight cancer through Miles2Give.
Amanda Unger finds a place to call her own.
Colin Gray enhances his education as a web developer for University Marketing.
Kenzie Shippy studies bioterrorism threats in world-renowned lab.
Jake Rapp works toward a philosophy, politics, and law degree.
Forensic scientists say the slightest distinctions in dialect may be the determining factor in criminal cases.
Joe Tritschler empowers students to take role in their own safety.
Alexa Dumity makes her mark in media.
Lumberjack pride was worth its weight in gold at a reception honoring dozens of graduating seniors for their contributions to the university.
Triple major John Zanazzi receives awards for work in math and astronomy.
Caryn Massey pioneers sustainability on campus.
Alicia Becker finds innovative ways to improve Flagstaff’s bus system.
Compost program limits waste by producing soil for campus use.
Judging by the numbers, the 1899 Bar & Grill has found a niche. Now it’s looking for a place in the minds of more community patrons.
NAU’s Dance Team is celebrating its first national title after winning in the hip hop division at the 2013 USA Collegiate Championships.
Chelci Fadden finds her calling in social work.
The Park Ranger Training Program combines parks and recreation with law enforcement.
Lucy Garcia, a social work major and volunteer with BIg Brothers Big Sisters of Flagstaff, said Joshua has taught her to love life.
Biological diversity, hard work and adventure met undergraduate students conducting research abroad.
NAU undergraduate Jonason Pauley and his friend Jesse Perrotta loaded their movie onto YouTube and watched their work go viral.
NAU’s conference center has found success during tough economic times by enticing smaller events.
NASA Space Grant provides valuable research opportunities to undergraduates.
Torey Schreiner rounds out her education as a triple major.
Student organization leaves its mark in the community.
GeoDesign Student Group blends science with city planning.
Alumnus Jason Moeller evolves as a young entrepreneur.
Students build bike-powered charging station.
Engineers without Borders provides real-world experiences to undergraduates.
Olson Scholars Program helps first-generation students succeed.
Alumnus Aaron Stroh prepares for career in dentistry.
Alumnus Ryan Pinson serves as Head Athletic Trainer.
Kyle Beloin gives back with the help of the Blavin Scholarship.
Jacqueline Imonode carves her own path at the university.
Randi Ringnes transforms a serious condition into serious success.
Alumna Jessica Starkey-Bryson finds her niche in criminal justice.
Nathania Garcia discovers her calling through giving back.