This episode of Inside NAU focuses on sustainability, encouraging students in entrepreneurial endeavors, as well as an in-depth interview with NAU President John Haeger.
The Northern Arizona Center for Emerging Technologies is a business incubator that works closely with NAU. There is a new program this year, where NACET will mentor university students and help them launch their business idea.
The Gateway Student Success center has been busy preparing the university's largest freshman class. The department is already working to ensure spring registration goes smoothly.
Rent A Text is a new program offered on college campuses throughout the country, where students rent textbooks instead of buying them. The policy is saving students a lot of money and resulting in greater classroom participation.
NAU President John Haeger was recently inducted into the Flagstaff Sports Foundation Hall of Fame, in part because of his commitment to bringing the Arizona Cardinals to Flagstaff for its annual training camp.
Ecologists are predicting the demise of most old growth ponderosa trees during our lifetimes. Bonnie Stevens files a report on behalf the NAU'S Ecological Restoration Institute examining how forest managers are working to make ponderosas more fire resistant.
Northern Arizona University has decided to join International Car Free Day this year, encouraging people to ride bikes, walk or take the bus. It is part of the institution's larger mission of sustainability and moving cars to the campus perimeter.
Inside NAU's Mitch Strohman interviews NAU President John Haeger
Student Life Reporter Kyle Anderson examines Greek Life on campus, its history, and how involvement in sororities and fraternities can increase retention for students.