Margaret Sheble, Kiran Haynes, and Erin Carter curate the Reflections of Flagstaff interactive photography exhibit at Beasley Art Gallery, with funding from the Hooper Undergraduate Research Award (HURA).
Undergraduate Meagan Seymour solves a mystery involving 14 deaths and hundreds of cases of anthrax infections.
Undergraduates receive support for research projects from NAU's NASA Space Grant...and not all are geologists. Andrew Belus, pictured here, worked on a project comparing the effects of water limitation on soil communities, an topic of interest for those who study Mars.
NAU arts management students create a marketing plan for the Cosanti Foundation.
Students design a motor controller for electric cars.
“Brittle Black Fire Brick” inspired by struggles of coal mining on the Navajo Nation.
Lauren Marks (BS '11 in biology) uses her undergraduate research experience as a springboard to try many exciting career paths.
Cinnamon a possible remedy for anxiety.
Ciarra Greene: '12 BS in chemistry
Chelsea Hulina: BS in Marketing and Accounting
They catch problems by thinking outside the box.
Business plan developed during BizBlock class.
Sam Coleman: '11 BS in Geology