Inside NAU - Season 6

Season 6 Episode 14 - Undergraduate Research


In this segment, NAU has long been known as a university with research opportunities for undergraduate students. This has been enhanced during the past eight years with more institutional support. Students say the experiences are very beneficial.

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Episode 14: 5 Segments


In this segment, NAU’s Flagstaff Campus has grown a lot in the past ten years. Mason Gerety discusses the many changes.


In this segment, NAU Physical Therapy students have been working with people who have Parkinson’s. They have found that learning the Tango reduces the effects of the disease. The group meets each week at Carter Rehabilitation in Flagstaff.


In this segment, four NAU students are receiving Educational Internships from Sony, covering costs to attend the upcoming National Association of Broadcasters event in Las Vegas.


In this segment, Janet McShane, the interim director of the Center for Science Teaching and Learning is interviewed in Studio B.


In this segment, NAU Student Life Reporter Nicole Binnall interviews members of Flagstaff’s Hula Hoop Group. The activity has been around for more than 60 years, with today’s NAU students adding some fresh twists.