“Together we will build even stronger possibilities for Northern Arizona University. Together, we will create the future,” Cheng told students, faculty, staff and the Flagstaff community at a campus forum held at the High Country Conference Center on Wednesday, March 29.
“We are working together to build the future we know NAU deserves,” Cheng told students, faculty, staff and the Flagstaff community at a campus forum held at the High Country Conference Center on Tuesday, Oct. 18.
Nearly 5,000 faculty, staff, students and community members joined in a campus walk and gathering in the North Quad following the tragic events on Oct. 9. “I believe in this campus and in this community,” said President Rita Cheng. “I know in my heart that the bonds that hold us together will only be strengthened by our learning from and caring for each other in the days and weeks ahead.”
“Whether you’re a returning student or just starting your journey at NAU, there is no better time to be a part of the Lumberjack family,” said Cheng. “Each day represents the opportunity to learn about yourself and connect with those around you through the ideas and experience you bring.”