Instructional Leadership, emphasis: K-12 School Leadership (MEd)

Tag: NAU–Yuma

December Blog Post

Have you ever wondered about national holidays and how they began? Being a librarian I usually start with the background which means I go to a reference source like a dictionary or an encyclopedia. So I started with a dictionary to get a definition for a national holiday and found that Merriam-Webster defines it as “a holiday celebrated throughout a nation or a legal holiday established by the central government of a nation rather than by state or local authorities… Read more
Colorful NAU–Yuma building.

Rosa Corona

She’s sassy. She’s savvy. And we’re sure going to miss her. Please join us in saying goodbye to Rosa Corona, who will retire December 15th after having served for nearly 23 years in various roles at NAU–Yuma… Read more
NAU–Yuma campus building

Building a business

Veteran and NAU–Yuma Business Administration student Kacey Cordell hopes to transfer her passion for bodybuilding into opening a gym… Read more
Students walking on NAU–Yuma campus

September Blog Post

I’ve been monitoring the incredible stories related censorship and libraries across the United States over the past year which is one for the history books. In my lifetime, I’ve seen few years like this past one when it comes to the number of materials people are asking to be removed from library shelves, from school curriculums, and to be taken out of stores for purchase… Read more
NAU–Yuma library

August Blog Post

This month the air is filled with anticipation and anxiety as we ready for both return to campus and the monsoonal rains. They usually coincide here in the desert southwest. However, the desert this year is proving to be even more challenging with molds and fungus growing even here in Yuma! While the monsoons coincide with the return to school, one does not always think about fungus in the desert southwest. … Read more
Students walking in Yuma library

Speech Pathology now offered in Yuma

Are you interested in serving the Yuma community as a Speech Language Pathologist or Speech-Language Pathologist Assistant (SLPA)? NAU’s Master of Science in Clinical Speech-Language Pathology Program is now offered in person at NAU Yuma and our SLPA Certificate Program fully online… Read more
Yuma instructor in classroom

Reducing racial disparities in STEM grad programs

According to the National Center for Education Statistics, only 10 percent of all master’s degrees were awarded to Latinx students between 2015-16, and a stunningly low 1 percent to Indigenous students. The situation for Ph.D. students is even more dire, with only 8 percent of Ph.D. graduates coming from Latinx populations and less than 1 percent from Indigenous populations… Read more
NAU–Yuma genetica lab