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Understanding the Stages of Change

The new year is well upon us, and many have been making changes as a component of a New Year’s resolution. Identified changes may be orchestrated to become healthier by increasing physical activities, or an effort to eat a well-balanced diet. You may have attempted these changes in the past, with limited success. In order to create change in your life, you must first understand […]

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Change is Inevitable When Flying

Change is inevitable in life and in business, and especially at the Flagstaff Airport. The Flagstaff Airport sees change daily in security and the convenience of flying. If you haven’t flown out of Flagstaff this summer, you should be aware of some important traveler information for the next time you do. Travel by air is […]

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American Invents Act

June 21, 11:30-1:00 at NACET. Most in the innovation and business communities have heard something about the coming U.S. patent law changes brought by the passage last year of the America Invents Act.As implementing regulations are being published and major aspects of the Act are now nine months or less away from coming online, this seminar […]

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Earth Day 2012: Green Parks Sustainability

National Park Service Director Jonathan B. Jarvis today released the Green Parks Plan to focus the bureau on sustainable management of national parks and key environmental issues ranging from reducing energy and water consumption to limiting waste to lowering emissions of greenhouse gases. “The Green Parks Plan is a comprehensive approach to sustainability that will reduce the […]

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Post Office Adjusting to Changing Needs

While it is the busiest time of year for the U.S. Postal Service, the federal agency continues to lose money.  Next month, the U.S. Postal Regulatory Commission plans to review 3,653 post offices for possible closure.  Those potential closures could significantly change postal service in the United States.   Beginning January 22, 2012, the cost […]

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NAU Lands $2.5 M Grant for Garden Array

The National Science Foundation has awarded Northern Arizona University’s College of Engineering, Forestry, and Natural Sciences a four-year, $2.5 million grant to create the Southwest Experimental Garden Array. The garden array will be a system of 10 experimental gardens across northern Arizona that include habitat types from desert to alpine forests. The gardens will be […]

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Co-Working at NACET

Aug. 5th, 10th, and 26th.  Back by popular demand, NACET is offering a co-work program for those who are currently working out of a home office, or need a change of scenery from a normal work space. This co-work space will be a shared workspace in the NACET conference room with multiple work areas. Amenities will include wireless internet, access to […]

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Passing On Wisdom

Today’s seniors have lived through significant historic events and change – from the Great Depression and World War II to rapid-fire advances in technology and medical science. And along the way, through times both challenging and prosperous, they have collected a treasure trove of experiences and wisdom that could guide us today and in the […]

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