iOS app Android app

Northern Arizona University

Photographer Harun Mehmedinovic Seeks the Sublime With Bloodhoney* Book Project

Michael Juliani | Posted 01.23.2014 | Arts
Michael Juliani

After some success with his short film, In the Name of the Son, Harun kept crisscrossing the country, traveling ceaselessly as he'd done since landing in the United States, taking pictures of landscapes and skies.

Bringing Quality to Competency

John D. Haeger | Posted 07.28.2013 | College
John D. Haeger

What are the most effective ways to measure and assure student learning? How do we increase retention and graduation rates? What responses can we offer to rising student costs and falling state support?

10 Reasons Why the Campus Is Here to Stay

John D. Haeger | Posted 03.19.2013 | College
John D. Haeger

Recent discussions about tech-inspired disruptions to traditional higher education have prompted me to consider what motivates students to pursue a university education in what is increasingly regarded as the old-fashioned way: on campus.

High-tech Course Delivery, One Low-tech Brick at a Time

John D. Haeger | Posted 02.13.2013 | College
John D. Haeger

Don't they, of all our students, deserve the very best we can offer? That includes personal contact with faculty, of course. No digital developments will ever alter that NAU hallmark on our Flagstaff campus.

'We Felt Abandoned'

AINN | Posted 12.11.2012 | Politics

By Sarah Pavlus Amid online education wave, a rural college chooses face-to-face programs As online higher education programs grab headline...

This GPS Leads to Student-Faculty Communication

John D. Haeger | Posted 12.31.2012 | College
John D. Haeger

Changes to classroom and online instruction aren't the only ways that technology can affect outcomes in higher education.

Arizona Students Protest Massive Planned Cuts To 3 Campuses

AP | Posted 05.25.2011 | College

PHOENIX — Students at Arizona's three state universities are publicly protesting recommended funding cuts of $235 million that would raise tuiti...

Attendance Scanners Make Classroom Appearance: NPR Report

npr.org | By Daniel Kraker | Posted 05.25.2011 | College

When classes begin on Monday, some students at Northern Arizona University will have a little extra incentive to roll out of bed for that 8 a.m. calcu...

Northern Arizona U To Monitor Attendance With Sensors

Huffington Post | Posted 05.25.2011 | College

If Arizona is now a police state, Northern Arizona University is transitioning into a professor state. According to the Chronicle of Higher Education...