Lisa Martino of the College of Arts and Letters reports on a recent exhibit. Bjorn Krondorfer, Director of NAU's Martin Spring Institute is interviewed. Lessons from the Holocaust continue to be learned as people learn more about its events. Two artists use their skills to communicate the lessons on a different level.
NAU's Dental Hygiene department serves the public while educating students. Project Zero is a program where NAU students travel to communities where young people have lacked proper dental care. Also, Dean of the Graduate College, Ramona Mellott, discusses the Three Minute Research Presentations.
Philosophy in the Public Interest travels to Winslow to interact with high school students and discuss water issues. High school students in Winslow learn a lot about philosophy, and say they enjoy spending time with NAU students.
Conservation Biologist Jut Wynne talks about Easter Island and his research there. By researching organisms in caves, Wynne has learned a lot about the island's ecosystems.