Subscribe | Search archives | Submit a News Tip | Watch Inside NAU TV Feb. 3, 2010


corner corner

Another new session on finding and using NAU data

The second session in the new training series—SPEAK, or Sharing Professional Experience and Knowledge—will be offered next week.

Continuing with information on where to find and how to use university data, the new session will be “Where’s My Student Data” and will cover information on the university census data and reports, where to find your department’s preliminary information in Business Objects, where to review final, official data online and why those data sources sometimes looks different.

This session will be offered from 1:30 to 3 p.m. Feb. 11 in room 101 of Health Professions, building 66. For a complete description and details on registering, visit the Human Resources Training Opportunities page.  

SPEAK is a collaborative effort focused on tapping current university experts and practitioners to provide free systems-related training. Some of the first training topics will include university business processes, databases, reporting tools and types of data available to help inform our work.

< back to Inside NAU E-mail this page




Spring enrollment reaches record
Grant helps spread word of wind power across Arizona
Beat the beetles: NAU researchers crank up the volume
to fight tree-killing pests
Another new session on finding and using NAU data
Professors perform sabbatical recital
NAU Army ROTC graduate named No. 1 cadet in the U.S.
Ex-soccer player heading to Vancouver with U.S. Ski
and Snowboard Association
Governor challenges universities to educate more with fewer resources
Former House speaker appointed to Board of Regents
Regents rethinking tuition system; financial aid keeping costs down
Parents council funds $23,000 in classroom
and curricular enhancements
Two forums explore future of Arizona and its bioscience industry
New initiatives help students move faster toward degrees
President receives 79 proposals for Innovation Fund
Community invited to NAU master planning meeting
Gold Axe applications due March 10
NAU Alert: Make sure you’re registered

New web site highlights NAU’s ‘green’ efforts

President’s Cabinet highlights—Jan. 12, 2010
State’s delayed payment to NAU called surmountable for short term
NAU biologist receives lifetime achievement award
Professor looks at big picture of larger classes
Proposals sought for student environmental sustainability projects
Stay tuned when snow starts to fall


Greenbuild: At the world's largest green-building conference and expo, NAU shared its successes in sustainable building practices and incorporating climate change and sustainability in lessons for tomorrow's teachers.

facebook trueblue youtube


Inside NAU is published by the NAU Office of Public Affairs for faculty, staff and friends of Northern Arizona University. We welcome story ideas related to NAU's mission, its employees and its students. Submit story ideas using our online form.

Publisher: John D. Haeger, President; Public Affairs: Tom Bauer,  Julie Bergman, Tracie Hansen, Lisa Nelson, Diane Rechel; Office Manager: Isa Rueda