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  • Ask the CEO: Thomas’ Advice Column in the Flagstaff Business News June 2015

    T. Paul Thomas, FCB Executive in Residence, offers advice to CEO's through his monthly column "Ask the CEO" in the Flagstaff Business News. Am I the Problem? Posted June 13, 2015 "It went something like this: 'I have started a number of companies, but they always seem to stall at Read more...
  • Copley (‘06) Named Flagstaff City Manager

    http://www.styrk.com/posts/josh-copley-named-city-manager-for-18-months Read more...
  • The Loss of FCB Student Veteran, Juliana Moseley

    Juliana Moseley passed away on Sunday, June, 7, 2015. In the accident that took her life, she was attempting to aid victims in a separate rollover accident on I-17. Juliana was a veteran and her memorial will be with full military honors. She was pursuing her degree in Computer Information Read more...
  • Finding love at the VSC

    Michelle Hagan, Air Force veteran and NAU alumn (‘15 ECO), and Justin Johnson, Marine Corps veteran and accountancy major, have made wedding plans after being introduced through the Veteran Student Center (VSC) two years ago. Hagan attended one of the Food for Thought events held by the VSC where she Read more...
  • Dean Van Slyke Contributes to Paper Accepted in NCA’s Annual Conference

    A paper co-authored by FCB’s Dean Craig Van Slyke was chosen by the National Communication Association (NCA) for a Top Paper Award in the division of Communication and Aging. Van Slyke, Jennifer Ohs, Arnold Kamis, and Cynthia LeRouge will present their paper, Health Information Technology for Consumer Health Empowerment Across Read more...
  • Retired faculty, Harvey Faram, passes away in North Carolina

    Harvey Faram, associate professor emeritus, passed away at the age of 88 in his Hendersonville, N.C. home on December 19, 2013. He received his B.S.E. and M.S.E. from the University of Michigan and his M.B.A. and D.B.A. from the University of Colorado. After working as an engineer, he began teaching Read more...
  • Professor Richard Szal talks about Blended Learning

    http://news.nau.edu/blended-learning-taking-hold-in-franke/#.VXBtj0ZjyoE  Read more...
  • Weber Participates in a Short-term Lecturing at Partner University in China

    One of the ways NAU supports international travel is through the Short-term Lecturing Opportunities at Partner Universities Program. Faculty can spend one or two weeks at a university in either China, Vietnam, or Myanmar experiencing the different cultures and teaching students there. Dr. David Weber, lecturer of CIS, spent a Read more...
  • Indigo Partners Interns: Update 2015

    Indigo Partners LLC is a private equity firm that specializes in investments made in the air transportation industry. Being an Indigo Partners, LLC intern has a broad impact on the future of our students who've been fortunate enough to be chosen. The internship is designed to provide recent graduates with Read more...
  • New Faculty Hires

    Four new full-time faculty members have been hired in the FCB business college and SHRM for the upcoming school year: Scott Hoefle, lecturer – Management Leonard Hostetter, assistant professor of practice – Marketing SoYeon Jung, assistant professor – School of Hotel & Restaurant Management Wade Rousse, assistant professor of practice Read more...
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