In the Spotlight: Sept. 7, 2018

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Reminder to campus community on policy regarding political activities With the political campaign season underway, members of the campus community are encouraged to review NAU’s policies for political activities and support of candidates.

Time to apply: Arizona legislative internships offer glimpse into career in public service Faculty and staff are encouraged to remind students about this opportunity as the application deadlines for Spring 2019 are quickly approaching.

Lumberjack adventures: Your photos from summer travels throughout the world From campervanning around New Zealand and paragliding in Colombia to hiking glaciers in Alaska and river rafting in Montana, students, faculty and staff took advantage of the season.

NAU Physical Therapy Clinic offers free services to those who need care NAU’s physical therapy clinic is open every Wednesday, providing free services to those who need it.

Office of Native American Initiatives at NAU continues training sessions focused on helping tribal leaders The latest three-day session addressed how effective leadership can influence strategic thinking, the current challenges facing indigenous leaders, tribal assets management and the federal Indian policy in Canada and the United States.

NAU researchers win $3 million NSF grant to train teams of data detectives with ecological expertise The team, led by Kiona Ogle, is one of 17 across the nation to nab this grant, which will fund recruitment and training for more than 50 doctoral students in team-based approaches that apply data science to some of the biggest ecological questions the world is facing.

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