SICCS students looking to schedule NAUFlex courses for Fall 2021 will want to know how adaptation is going to work. We’re happy to report that all SICCS courses for Fall 2021 will be ready to take using NAUFlex- but there may be some caveats and limitations with the adaptation of six lab courses: CS136L, EE215L, EE280L, EE348L, EE364L, and EE380L. If you’re taking one of those and have questions or concerns, please feel free to reach out to the… Read more
SICCS assistant professor Chris Doughty has long studied megafauna and their role on planet Earth. With the world fighting the spread of COVID-19, Doughty and his team have turned to these large mammals for answers. They found that their extinction led to the emergence of zoonotic infectious diseases in humans. Read more.
Dr. Fatemeh Afghah and graduate student Katie Orndahl receive award for 2020 Research and Creative Activity NAU Awards. Dr. Afghah received an award for Most Promising New Research Scholar while Katie Orndahl has received an award for Most Promising Graduate Student Research.
Dr. Kiona Ogle was awarded the CEIAS Distinguished Mentorship award to honor her remarkable work in extensive and effective mentorship of graduate students and postdoctoral scholars.
The Wearable Informatics Lab at SICCS, is a team of both undergraduate and graduate students from a variety of academic disciplines, led by Assistant professor Dr. Kyle Winfree. Their projects are focused on designing and fabricating wearable technology that improves health care. Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Wearable Informatics Team of students and faculty have refocused their capabilities to produce face shields… Read more
SICCS students, Shelby Elizabeth Hagemann and Brianna E Buchert received a 2020-2021 Hooper Undergraduate Research Award (HURA) awarded by the Office for Undergraduate Research & Creative Activity at NAU for their projects The Effects and Potential of Behavioral Mobile Health Applications on College Students and Modeling the effects of environmental temperature on the spread of an amphibian virus respectively.