Instructional Leadership, emphasis: K-12 School Leadership (MEd)
N A U students looking through a sample jar outdoors.

2016 community partners

Thank you to those who support SBS students at NAU

The College of Social and Behavioral Sciences annually recognizes a select group of local and community organizations and individuals who have played an important role in collaborating with SBS students, faculty, and staff. Honorees were celebrated in fall 2016 at a Community Partner Recognition Luncheon.


Poore Medical Clinic

Applied Indigenous Studies

Mandy Metzger, Coconino Board of Supervisors, District Four

Center for Service and Volunteerism

Killip Elementary School


Terry Marxen, Chevrolet

Criminology and Criminal Justice

Victim Witness Services for Coconino County

Ethnic Studies

The Southside Community Association

Institute for Human Development

Seobaghn Arambula, NACOG Head Start

Politics and International Affairs

Flagstaff Office of Ann Kirkpatrick

Psychological Sciences

Cathy Vanderberg, Regional Director of Parenting Arizona

Social Work

Natalie Randolph, Summit High School


Native Americans for Community Action (NACA)

Sustainable Communities

The Grand Canyon Trust

Women’s and Gender Studies

Girls on the Run, Northern AZ