A Sense of Inclusion: Photographic Journey of Mainpat
In December of 2012, as part of the Mainpat NAU Interdisciplinary Global Learning Project, a student group from NAU traveled to a Tibetan Refugee Camp located in Mainpat, India. In an interdepartmental effort to assist the refugees they delivered dental services, sustainability expertise, nursing, and documented the people of Mainpat. Please join the May 1 event, “A Sense of Inclusion: Photographic Journey of Mainpat” as part of our Mainpat Speaker Series to learn more. Presented by: Laura Camden, Asst. Professor of Photojournalism, Maria Dicosola, Kent Wagner & Sean Ryan
Wednesday, May 1 at 7 pm
Communication Building, Room 118
The NAU International Film Series
Please visit the College of Arts and Letters webpage for a full schedule of international films offered this semester.
NAU named as one of the top producers of Fulbright Scholars
The Fulbright Program, run by the U.S. Department of State under the auspices of the Council for International Exchange of Scholars, selected NAU as one of its top producers of Fulbright Scholars for 2009-10. (Read the full article)
Asian Studies Program Newsletter
The Asian Studies Program at the College of Arts & Letters has just released their latest newsletter. Please check it out!