News and events
SBS Compassion Project
Date: March 28. 2014
Time: 9:10 am - 4:00 pm
Location: The du Bois Center Ballroom on the NAU Flagstaff campus
College of Social and
Behavioral Sciences - 2014 Poster Symposium
Creative Ideas, Research, and Discoveries
Including contributions from students in: Anthropology,
Applied Indigenous Studies, the Civic Service Institute, Community, Culture and
Environment, Criminology and Criminal Justice, Ethnic Studies, Geography,
Planning and Recreation, The Institute for Human Development, Political and
International Affairs, Psychology, School of Communication, Sociology/Social
Work, Sustainable Communities, Woman’s and Gender Studies, and Global Studies
SBS Presentations will be from 2:00pm- 4:00pm
Join us for the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences symposium of undergraduate and
graduate scholarly pursuits. Students from 11 departments and programs will convene
to share their creative discoveries and present in-depth research and scholarly
work to their peers, professors, and the University and Flagstaff communities.
More than 300 posters will
showcase the diversity of students' educational experiences. The Symposium will
highlight students’ participation traditional research activities,
classroom-based scholarly projects, and in service learning and collaborative
Events are free and open
to the public
Follow the link to learn more.....
Link to information regarding the SBS Symposium Contest
NAU learning outcomes
Explore the University’s Learning Outcomes, and the benefits of completing your education at NAU.
A new website is now available featuring these outcomes and can be accessed at http://nau.edu/University-Learning-Outcomes/. The website lists the student learning outcomes as “NAU Graduates Can...." statements and describes the benefits of the outcomes to students, faculty, the institution, the state of Arizona, and future employers. The University Learning Outcomes articulate NAU’s shared expectations for student learning, including goals and values of liberal studies as well as those of degree programs, diversity, and the global learning initiative.