Student clubs & organizations
Thin Air magazine is Northern Arizona University’s graduate literary journal.
Graduate English Organization
The Graduate English Organization (GEO) is an organization for graduate students enrolled in an English program at Northern Arizona University. We promote student involvement through social and professional activities. Our primary mission is the PEAKS Interdisciplinary Conference, which we plan and oversee each spring semester on the NAU campus. We also hold a book sale each semester. Contact us to become involved in the PEAKS conference, to become involved with our Book Fair, or to socialize with coffee and snacks! For more information or questions, please feel free to send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Allie Clark, President, allieRclark@nau.edu
Haley Stammen, Vice President, email@example.com
Andrew Dennis, Secretary, firstname.lastname@example.org
David Puerner, Treasurer, email@example.com
Seda Acikara, Social Media, firstname.lastname@example.org
Stephanie Tanke, Marketing/Publicity, email@example.com
Judy Campos, Teacher Liaison, firstname.lastname@example.org
Graduate Student Association of Applied Linguistics
NAU’s Graduate Student Association of Applied Linguistics is an organization for students enrolled in the MA TESL, TESL certificate, and PhD in Applied Linguistics programs at Northern Arizona University. The mission of the GSAAL is to promote graduate student involvement in the Applied Linguistics community and to provide valuable educational and professional development opportunities.
Every year, GSAAL is involved in several professional and social activities, including:
- Coffee with the faculty
- Practice talks
- Invited speakers
- Teaching English Abroad fair
- Various social activities (hiking, bowling, international dinners, potlucks, happy-hours, etc.)
- GSAAL newsletter