The Northern Arizona University athletics program continues to demonstrate its academic success, according to a newly released NCAA Academic Progress Report.
Digitally pinpointing areas of need in Nepal overcomes obstacles on the ground.
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.
NAU's first crowdfunding campaign, Lights for Yellow Bikes, provides front and rear lights for 150 Yellow Bikes on campus in an effort to keep our students cycling safe.
Study shows chocolate can increase brain characteristics of attention and significantly affect blood pressure levels.
In honor of her mother, Samia Ashraf created the Khursheed Fatima Scholarship, a gift that has benefited international students at NAU for more than a decade.
Nearly 600 guests gathered as the Arizona Board of Regents officially installed Rita Hartung Cheng as the 16th president of Northern Arizona University.
Professor Sharon Moses is investigating the site of the Hume Plantation's slave quarters on South Carolina's Cat Island.
Alum Morgan Coffinger starts company to support sustainability.
More than fifty years later, Prof. Andrew Paul Gutierrez credits NAU for success.
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.
NAU serves 27,000 students statewide and creates one in five jobs in Coconino County.
Lisa Bacus uses personal experience to establish the Nogales High School Hall of Fame Scholarship.