Education Abroad Info Sessions
Wednesdays, January 22 – April 30, 2014
Time: 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Location: Center for International Education
Blome Hall, Bldg. #2 (North Flagstaff Mountain Campus)
Applied Indigenous Program Traditional Knowledge Scholar Lecture Series
This lecture series focuses on traditional knowledge from indigenous cultures. Each lecture is from 3:00pm to 4:00pm in SBS West room 200.
Wednesday, March 5th: Amaranth Workshop
We will be looking at the cultivation, demonstration of food and recipes and use of amaranth, one of the most useful and nutritional plants.
Wednesday, April 2nd: Mayan Herbology
This topic will focus on medicinal plants and useful herbs found around Flagstaff.
Wednesday, May 7th: More Uses of Medicial and Culinary Plants
This talk will demonstrate how to make tinctures for earaches and salves for skin problems.
The NAU International Film Series
Please visit the College of Arts and Letters webpage for a full schedule of international films offered this semester.
Conversation Partners NAU
Meet and practice speaking with Native speakers of English, Arabic, Chinese, and many other languages! Individuals of all language backgrounds are welcome and encouraged to participate. To see when the Conversation Partners NAU meetings are, follow their Facebook page or call them at 928-523-7356.