News and events

 Ladhoff Lecture Series "Three Women Who Changed the Face of Criminal Justice”

Thursday October 23, 2014

5:30- 7:00pm 

SBS Castro rm. 107

This panel focuses on the increasing importance of women in criminal justice. Three women who have had a significant impact on social justice, as well as on their branch of the criminal justice system, speak about their careers, how they have made a difference in both big and small ways, and what they see the future to be for women in criminal justice.

The presenters are: 
The Honorable Ann Timmer, Justice, Arizona Supreme Court
Beverly Anderson, Assistant U.S. Attorney, U.S. Attorney's Office, Tucson
Laura Wilbur, Special Agent, California Department of Justice, Bureau of Medical Fraud and Elder Abuse

College of Social and Behavioral Sciences Fall 2014 Poster Symposium

Join us for the 2nd annual poster symposium – a college wide event showcasing undergraduate and graduate students’ research, service-learning projects, literature reviews, class products, and more. Last year over 200 students from 11 departments presented more than 100 posters on a variety of interesting topics. This year the poster symposium will be held in Ashurst Hall from 4pm-6pm. 
Event and submission information can be found here: registration and submission details
Call for submissions:  Deadline: 
closes midnight on Friday, November 21st

SSLUG  Garden 

The College of Social and Behavioral Sciences would like to recognize and thank Jan Busco for her contributions and promotions of our beautiful gardens!

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 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.