Regents set 2005-06 tuition and fees
Health Professions gets makeover as Nursing becomes 'school'
Students' tattoo research getting plenty of ink
Ida Nilsson wins second national championship
NAU Athletics signs apparel deal with Nike
Employee Appreciation Mixer slated for March 30
Take your daughters and sons to work April 28
NAU's Junior Forester Academy expands to overnight camp


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NAU Calendar of Events

It's that time: Spring break is March 21 -25



Humanities, Arts and Religion Film Series
All That Heaven Allows
Jane Wyman stars in this story about a forty-something widow and her struggle to reconcile her desire for love with the vociferous opposition of her friends and family. Tuesday, March 29, 7 p.m. Cline Library Free

Due to the university closure Monday, Inside NAU is being published one day late.

Regents set 2005-06 tuition and fees
The Arizona Board of Regents voted on March 10 for a tuition increase at Northern Arizona University in 2005-06 that also set a lower tuition increase for NAU's statewide programs. The approved tuition rates also include a new information technology fee of $2 per credit hour (maximum 12 hours/semester) for all students and a $15 per semester health care fee for Flagstaff campus students. READ MORE...


Health Professions gets makeover as Nursing becomes 'school'
The College of Health Professions, within the Consortium of Professional Schools and Colleges, has been reorganized to strengthen its research and educational mission and to simplify its administrative structure. The college will split into two schools: the School of Nursing and the School of Health Professions. READ MORE...

Students' tattoo research getting plenty of ink
Two Northern Arizona University undergraduates are studying the ingredients of tattoos to learn whether there's more to them than meets the eye, and their work is getting the attention of major media outlets. READ MORE...

Ida Nilsson wins second national championship

Ida Nilsson wins second national championship

Ida Nilsson won her second individual national championship last week by winning the women's 5,000 meters in Fayetteville, Ark.

"I felt great during the race," Nilsson said. "I knew that I had a chance, but I am very surprised of the overall outcome." The senior ends her career with a school record of 11 All-American honors. READ MORE...
NAU Athletics signs apparel deal with Nike

Northern Arizona University has signed a three-year apparel agreement with Nike Inc. and Nike team dealer Buddy's All-Stars of Phoenix to outfit all 15 NAU teams with practice and game gear. READ MORE...


Employee Appreciation Mixer slated for March 30
The 12th annual NAU Employee Appreciation Mixer is scheduled for Wednesday, March 30, from 3 - 5:30 p.m. in the du Bois Ballroom This year's is a pirate theme, "Shiver the Lumberjack Timbers." There's still room for table entries; deadline is Friday, March 18. Contact: Mary Delfino-Debold, (928) 523-7464; mary.delfino-debold@nau.edu


Take your daughters and sons to work April 28
The Commission on the Status of Women is sponsoring a day for youth and parents on Thursday, April 28, from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. The event focuses on expanding future opportunities for all our children. READ MORE...


NAU's Junior Forester Academy expands to overnight camp

Junior Forestry campers use marshmallows and sticks to illustrate the fire "triangle," which refers to the three elements needed to sustain or create fire. The three "sides" are oxygen, heat and fuel.

Northern Arizona University's summer youth program, the Junior Forester Academy, has been expanded to an overnight camp and will now include younger campers - ages 10 to 16. A Senior Academy also will be offered for returning campers. READ MORE...