NAU’s Office of the Dean of Students recently announced the Higher Education Child Care Project (HECCP), a pilot program funded by the Arizona Department of Economic Security that will provide qualified child care assistance to full-time, undergraduate student-parents of children from birth to age 12. This program will be available to students who are enrolled in the School of Nursing, early childhood education, K-12 education (PEP included). Additionally, student-parents also are required to have an adjusted gross income… Read more
Claudia Rodas is an associate clinical professor in the College of Education, NAU alumna and statewide HSI advisor to the provost. She’s also a mom, wife and educator who sat down with NAU Communications to share a little bit about herself.
Tell me about a significant childhood memory and how it has impacted your life today.Read more
Jannette Bressler received the Outstanding Master’s Student Honor by the Arizona Professors of Educational Leadership on April 29 in Phoenix.
Bressler said she didn’t even know she was nominated. In December, she completed her internship and credentials for principal certification, and she was contacted by Dr. Frank Davidson of Northern Arizona University and he informed her that she was nominated for the honor.
Professors throughout the state, including professors from Northern Arizona University, Arizona State University, University of Arizona, and Grand Canyon University… Read more
Diamond Bracey, Combined Counseling/School Psychology PhD student speaks about several hurdles when it comes to communities of color seeking professional help for mental health issues.
Things like access to services and cost are major factors, “But there’s also a significant level of distrust,” said Diamond Bracey, a nationally certified counselor and Ph.D. student at NAU. Read more here from ABC Channel 15 News.
Northern Arizona University (NAU) student Melissa Wheeler was recently named one of 10 Rising Graduate Scholars nationwide by Diverse: Issues in Higher Education.
Wheeler is in her fourth year of the university’s counseling and school psychology education doctoral program and recently joined the NAU Center for Health Equity and Research’s (CHER) new Culturally Centered Addictions Research Training (C-CART) program.
Through C-CART, Wheeler will be studying culturally appropriate substance use treatment approaches with tribal members around Flagstaff.… Read more
Congratulations to the following COE students:
The Distinguished Senior: Karli Green (Elementary Education, College of Education)
COE Standard Bearer: Madison O’Brien (Elementary Education, College of Education)
Gold Axe Recipients: Madison Cooper (Elementary Education, College of Education) and Elizabeth Good (Music Secondary Education)
Read more from The NAU Review.