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  • New wind turbine helping make renewable energy visible

    The School of Hotel and Restaurant Management was recently chosen to be the site of NAU’s newest wind turbine as part of the Wind for Schools program. The purpose of the program is to help educators gain access to data that they can use in their classroom regarding renewable energies. Read more...
  • Culinary Students Show Off Their Skills in Tasting Event: Part 2

    The second tasting event of the semester occurred right before spring break, featuring the theme of Meat Madness. Chef Mark Molinaro’s culinary students created sample meat dishes to go with their mock restaurant theme while students, faculty, and staff were invited to be judges. There were eight groups overall, each Read more...
  • Global Spotlight: Kim Knowles Gathers New Perspectives to Bring Back to Her Students

    There is a lot to learn from travelling. Whether it’s broadening your horizons with something new or just being pushed to the edge of your comfort zone, there’s always something to be gained. Kim Knowles, SHRM’s advisement coordinator, understands the benefits of exploring new countries and gathering new perspectives. She Read more...
  • Composting in the Kitchen

    One of the new additions in the SHRM kitchen is a partnership with VeloComposting, a university program where compostable materials are gathered and transported by bicycles. Composting helps excess food be used towards something useful rather than just going into a landfill and creating greenhouse gases. “It’s good for students Read more...
  • FCB Ranked 4th in Military Times Best for Vets: Business Schools

    In news released on March 10, 2015, Miltary Times' chose NAU-The Franke College of Business as 4th in their Top 75 Best for Vets: Business Schools 2015. Miltary Times surveys some 150 colleges and universities, only including institutions that said they offer graduate-level business degrees and that participated in their rigorous Read more...
  • NAU Business News: March 2015

    A student-focused publication by The W. A. Franke College of Business and the School of Communication Welcome to the February edition of the NAU Business News! The purpose of this publication is to inform the Northern Arizona community of business-related events and student experiences here at Northern Arizona University. The Read more...
  • “Greatest Show on Grass” offers hands on experience to FCB students

    By Sophia Nitti, Student Writer During the 2015 Waste Management Phoenix Open (WMPO),* NAU alum Mike Donley (’87 Lodging, Restaurant, and Tourism) offered a very unique internship to three lucky W. A. Franke College of Business (FCB) seniors. Donley is a member of the Thunderbirds, a non-profit organization that raises Read more...
  • NAU professor gives back to the Flagstaff community

    By RobinLi Uber, Student Writer The W. A. Franke College of Business (FCB) faculty member and Entrepreneur in Residence Frank Spitznogle teaches students how to create feasible business plans by having them work on real projects for local businesses – and he’s looking for more projects. Spitznogle teaches a senior-level Read more...
  • Advertising capstone students take on the Phoenix Suns this semester

    By Sophia Nitti, Student Writer Prior to graduation, every senior in the NAU School of Communication must take a final class called a Capstone. These classes are a showcase so to speak, integrating knowledge they have gained over the past four years. For advertising students, this class is called Adv411C and Read more...
  • Triple Creek Ranch offering internships this summer

    NOTICE for March 4, 2015 When considering internships and job positions, it’s important to not write off businesses outside of the Flagstaff and Phoenix areas. Kyle Whyard and Molly Smith, general managers at Triple Creek Ranch in Montana, are visiting NAU today, March 4, to share information about an internship Read more...
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