April 17-28, 2019
Showcase for research in the arts, business, education, the humanities, and the sciences
Join NAU students, faculty, staff, and the Flagstaff community at the 2019 Undergraduate Expo, a week-long showcase for research in the arts, business, education, the humanities, and the sciences. All events are free and open to the public. Explore our interactive campus maps to find buildings and parking locations at NAU.
Expo Event Descriptions
April 17-28: NAU’s School of Music presents the Student Artist Series, recitals and concerts performed by undergraduate and graduate students on instruments including violin, piano, oboe, trombone, viola, voice, and more as partial fulfillment of their respective requirements for a degree in music.
April 18-19: Student Water Symposium, an annual student-organized event where undergraduate and graduate students from all disciplines have the opportunity to share their research and collaborate on water resources issues.
April 18: Industry Engagement with Academic Researchers, a workshop featuring panel discussions focused on industry engagement.
April 19-28: Mr. Burns, a post electric play, a performance designed and performed by undergraduate students.
April 24: NAU President’s Distinguished Speaker Series presents Jaime Casap, Google’s Chief Education Evangelist. The topic of the talk is “Generation Z and the Future of Work.”
April 26: The 11th Annual Undergraduate Symposium, where more than 1,000 students from all colleges come together to share their creative discoveries and present in-depth research and scholarly work. Symposium activities include poster presentations, exhibits, performances, and demonstrations that showcase the diversity of the students’ experiences and the wide range of innovation possible at NAU.