Faculty and Staff Resources
SBS has secured an institutional membership with the Inter-University Consortium for Political and Social Research (ICPSR). ICPSR is the world's largest collection of digital social science data covering topics from sociology, political science, economics, demography, education, childcare, health care, crime, minority populations, aging, terrorism, substance abuse, mental health, public policy, and international relations.
These data can be used for secondary research, instructional activities, and to write articles, papers or theses. Additionally, ICPSR provides training, teaching resources, and support for data management planning and archiving.
Inter-University Consortium of Political and Social Science Research ( ICPSR)
ICPSR is the world's largest collection of digital social science data covering topics from sociology, political science, economics, demography, education, childcare, health care, crime, minority populations, aging, terrorism, substance abuse, mental health, public policy, and international relations.
An international consortium of more than 700 academic institutions and research organizations, ICPSR provides leadership and training in data access, curation, and methods of analysis for the social science research community maintaining a data archive of more than 500,000 files of research in the social sciences.
ICPSR's educational activities include the Summer Program in Quantitative Methods of Social Research, a comprehensive curriculum of intensive courses in research design, statistics, data analysis, and social methodology. ICPSR also leads several initiatives that encourage use of data in teaching, particularly in undergraduate instruction.
Visit ICPSR at http://www.icpsr.umich.edu
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SBS emergency procedures
- Emergency phone number: 928-523-3000 or 911 (give name, location and nature of the emergency)
When a evacuation alarm is sounding, all occupants will:
- Shut down any experiments or procedures that should not be left unattended.
- Take or secure all valuables wallets, purses, keys, etc.
- Evacuate he building immediately and in an orderly manner. The last occupant to leave a room should close the door leading to the corridor.
- Never use the elevators. In most university buildings, elevators are automatically recalled to the street floor or transfer level upon the activation of the buildings' fire alarm system.
- Proceed to the nearest and safest exit.
- If possible, assist non-ambulatory occupants to areas of refuge, or to the ground level exits. Normally the assistance is in the form of notifying emergency responders of the location of these individuals or by actually providing guidance to safe areas.
Remain at a safe locatioin at least 100 feet away from the building until instructed to re-enter by the City Fire Department, University Police Officers, or other emergency personnel.
Read the entire Fire Safety Manual here.
SBS Hallway Monitors
Information Technology tools
- ITS Central request online: nau.service-now.com or call the Solution Center at 3-1511
- For Classroom Support call at 3-8818 and you will be prompted to choose North or South (SAS and HLC is supported by North)
- For faculty travel application 2016-2017, please click here.
- To review the travel award criteria for faculty, please click here.
Faculty and Staff Searches
Request of Absence (ROA)
Research Incentive Program
Calendar of personnel actions
Materials checklists for faculty review
Promotion and tenure
P&T Committee appointments and procedures
Post-tenure review (tenured faculty not seeking promotion and/or tenure)
Statements of Expectations
Faculty Senate and Committees
SBS Academic Integrity Board Members: Marie Baker-Ohler
(COMM), Matt Anderson
(PSY), John Lynch
(Geography), Brooke de Heer
(CCJ), Anne Medill
(SSW), Suzanne Daiss
(PSY), Richard Rogers
(COM), Susan Smiley
(ANT), Lisa Tichavsky
(CCJ), Ann Collier
(chair of the committee - PSY)
students: Eion Cashman (graduate PSY), Bradley Dishong (undergraduate CCJ), Jacob Coutts (undergraduate PSY)