Several NAU employees ventured into the mountains of British Columbia in August. Pictured at the summit of J.J. Peak at 7,500 feet above the Princess Louisa Inlet from left to right are Trey McCallie, lead web applications analyst for University Marketing, Chad Eickhoff, program coordinator for Admissions, Erin Stringer, NAU alumnus, Brent Nelson, assistant professor of mechanical engineering, and Nate Cairney, manager for University Marketing.
Jamie Patton, director for Inclusion and Multicultural Services, takes his daughter, Jazmine, for a spin
on the Lady Bug ride at Hersheypark in Hershey, Penn., earlier this month.
Elisa and Jamie Patton, director for Inclusion and Multicultural Services, hold their daughter, Jazmine,
as she is Christened at the Rhema Deliverance Cathedral in Philadelphia on Aug. 12.
A team of walkers from the College of Arts and Letters poses at Flagstaff High School just before boarding the shuttle bus to Snowbowl to participate in the annual Climb to Conquer Cancer Aug. 18. The team raised $1,655 this year for cancer treatment and research. Pictured from left, front row: Jean Boreen, Laura Boreen, Kris Harris, Janet Bleeker, Cade Bleeker, Rose Caraway, Alexandra Carpino, Erika Hess, Marilya Reese, Sarah Stamer and Linda Stamer. Back row: Shawn Bleeker, Jason Harris, Astrid Klocke, David Isbell, Bob Neustadt, Stephen Brown, Daniel Isbell, and Kai Conrad. Photo by Chiara Carpino
Jim Wilce, professor of anthropology, snapped this picture of two Rufous hummingbirds
apparently fighting mid-air over access to a feeder, taken at the Hemingway House in the Village of Oak Creek.
Marc Lord, technology director for Extended Campuses, and Sean Vance, coordinator for EC, enjoyed the view
of the Needle and Grenadier mountain ranges from the summit of the Rio Grande Pyramid (13,827 ft.),
deep in the Weminuche Wilderness in southwestern Colorado.
Jessica Fitchett, assistant to the vice president for Finance and Administration, enjoyed a Flagstaff ‘staycation’ with her famiy this year.
Here, she prepares to conquer the Flagstaff Extreme Adventure Course.
Fitchett’s son, Jack, gets ready for kayak fun near Williams with the late family hound, Juno.
Fitchett’s daughter, Nina, celebrates after successfully completing a whole lap around the watering hole near Williams.
Katie Sheridan, senior academic advisor for the Honors Program, enjoyed spectacular scenic views during a recent camping trip near Lake City, Colo.
Claudia Jurowski, NAU professor in the School of Hotel and Restaurant Management, enjoyed a visit
to Deer Creek Falls during a 15-day rafting trip down the Colorado River.
Jurowski was accompanied on the trip by a string quartet.
Sarah Bickel, associate vice president of Student Affairs, and her husband Tom DeStefano,
professor of Educational Psychology, enjoying the sunset on Tioman Island, Malaysia, in June.
A macaque monkey, captured on film by Sarah Bickel from the deck of her hut during a visit to Tioman Island, Malaysia.
Martin Sommerness, professor of journalism, shared this photo of his visit
to Fingal's Cave on the Isle of Staffa, Scotland, in June.
Lisa Campos, vice president of Intercollegiate Athletics, welcomed actor Channing Tatum
to the NAU campus during Cardinals training camp on Aug. 2.
Jim Wilce, NAU professor of anthropology, walked his daughter, Carrie, a former NAU opera student,
down the aisle at her wedding in Door County, Wisconsin in May. Photo courtesy of Camera Love Photography
Jim Wilce submitted this photo of a squadron of pelicans flying in formation, taken at Laguna Beach, California.
Cormorants, pelicans and seals enjoy Seal Rock in Laguna Beach, Calif. Photo submitted by Jim Wilce.
Houses are nestled in the trees of the Neckar River valley in Heidelberg, Germany. Photo submitted by Jim Wilce.
David Bousquet, senior vice president for Enrollment Management and Student Affairs,
recently visited The Arena in Verona, Italy, to see the opera Aida.
Shelly Pleasants, executive assistant for the dean of College of Health and Human Services, caught a wave on her boogie board
in Oceanside, Calif., on the 4th of July.
Barbara Steen, specialist in Disability Resources, recently
visited Ireland. Steen is pictured above standing in front
of a centuries-old tower that was used to protect
the Irish coast from invaders.
The Cliffs of Moher located on Ireland's west coast. Photo submitted by Barbara Steen, specialist in Disability Resources.
Kar Preston gives the shaka sign near a beach on Kauai.
Gale Henderson, mother of NAU employee Kar Preston, stops near the flowers outside a hotel on Kauai.
Kar Preston enjoys the view from her bench on a Kauai beach.
Low clouds hang over the mountains of Kokee Park on the island of Kauai. Photo submitted by Kar Preston, credentials evaluator senior
in the Office of Undergraduate Admissions and Orientation.
Pamela Stephens, associate professor of art education, and Debra Edgerton, studio art instructor, submitted this photo of their study abroad group during their visit to KunstHausWien in Vienna, Austria. From left to right in the back row are students Kenny Tinklenberg and Chelsea Tinklenberg, Stephens, undergrads Jessalyn Carpino, Kat Lemcke and Madison Daniels. From left to right in the front row are students Kaley Monson and Erin Gooch, and Edgerton.
Taormina, Sicily, clings to the hillside in this photo of the island and the Ionian Sea. Photo submitted by Cynthia Brown.
Cynthia Brown, assistant director of Public Affairs, recently visited Dubrovnik, Croatia. The old city is surrounded by a 1.24-mile-long stone wall built in the 7th century.
The calm water reflects summer leaves and red rocks in the West Fork of Oak Creek Canyon near Sedona.
Photo submitted by Eric Dieterle, Public Affairs Coordinator.