By offering engaging, intellectual events for our students, faculty,
and the larger Flagstaff community, we strive to spark a community dialogue
regarding contemporary issues in the social and behavioral science field. Come
check them out. Be a part of the conversation.
Check the calendar regularly for events
sponsored by the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences.
2012 SBS Summer Seminar Series
Please join us as we bring together experts in the social and
behavioral science fields for an engaging lecture series. SBS faculty will cover a variety of topics such as:
- the immigration issue, Latinos and the upcoming presidential election
- the effects of increased motorized and non-motorized recreation activities on our public lands, management and potential solutions
- wildfire activity in the southwest and new methods of fire prevention
- ecotourism and cultural tourism in northern Arizona and the Four Corners region
- an in depth discussion on happiness, the pursuit of happiness and ways to achieve happiness
- a discussion on the motivation and portrayals of women terrorists
2012 SBS Compassion Project's "Living Compassion" Conference
October 26 & 27, 2012 Please mark your calendar for a two-day interdisciplinary conference on the science behind compassion, the personal and social benefits of being connected to others, and the real-world applications of an open-hearted approach to life. All events held on the NAU campus, including Friday sessions, Friday evening keynote, and Saturday sessions. All welcome! Please visit the Living Compassion
website for details.