The river environmentalist, who spoke on campus recently, had the audience laughing—and thinking.
Known for his dynamic and joke-laced teaching, Art Serianz, PhD, has also written million-dollar grants, engaged in strategic planning, and served the university in countless ways.
Academic project is a call to global mobilization for sustainability.
Engineering graduate helped find a solution to Ambrose Hall renovation challenge.
The half-million-dollar grant will be used to purchase and upgrade equipment for SAU's industrial and mechanical engineering programs.
Cast members and an interview with director Cory Johnson
The team is off to "one of the best starts in the program's history."
The original radio play caused hysteria in 1938. Will SAU's localized version of attacking Martians do the same? Tune in!
Chemists can make ice cream with liquid nitrogen, tell jokes—and do the Harlem Shake in lab coats.
Homecoming volunteers receive copy of colorful watercolor by talented alum
National environmental leader Robert Musil, PhD
Rev. Bud Grant leads the 2014 Wilber Symposium on the Christian Tradition and Non-Violence.
High School and Community College Students: Not sure what engineers do? Enjoy pizza and speak with engineering professionals, faculty and students.
High School and Community College Students: Enjoy an overnight stay on campus and learn more about SAU engineering programs.
The Land Institute founder and president, Wes Jackson, delivers the 2014 Baecke Endowment for the Humanities lecture.