Dr. Ronda Jenson begins 3-year term as Chair of the Council on Research and Evaluation (CORE) and board member of the Association of University Centers on Disabilities (AUCD). Comprised of members across the AUCD network, the CORE focuses on ways of supporting accessible, inclusive, and relevant research and evaluation across the network. In her role as Chair, she will facilitate cross-network communication among researchers and evaluators in order to promote and support resource sharing, identification of needed technical assistance,… Read more
Anya Malatynska, cinematographer and lecturer in the School of Communication, was part of the team for a modern remake of “Little Women”, a modern retelling film based off the same name by Louisa May Alcott. She has been involved in many films and TV series such as National Geographic’s Most Amazing Photos and HBO’s Insecure.
The Family Violence Institute has been selected as one of three rural sites in the U.S. to receive a sub-award from the National Crime Victim Law Institute. The grant Sustainable Technology Resources & Interventions for Victim Empowerment (STRIVE) provides $750,000 in funding over the next three years. Kathleen J. Ferraro and Neil Websdale are the Co-PIs and Raymond Chaira is a participant. This proposal will be carried out in Santa Cruz County, AZ.
Summer 2018 saw the inaugural visit of 5 NAU Dept. of Geography, Planning and Recreation students to the city of Plymouth, England. Arranged through the American Planning Association and the Royal Town Planning Institute, each of the students was assigned to work in a different division of the Planning Department – Housing, Natural Infrastructure, Local… Read more
Tyler Linner, graduate student in the Master’s in Sustainable Communities Program at NAU receives the Crescordia Award for Site Development and Landscape! He is also the Director of Northern Arizona Pollinator Habitat Initiatives (NAZPHI). Congratulations!