The short videos shown below provide insights to programs, research and accomplishments of SBS:
"SBS Honors Distinguished Alum" Student Receives Alumni Award" (3 minutes, 47 seconds; click on video below to view)
NBC primary sports updates anchor and former UA School of Journalism student Dan Hicks gives his speech to thank the College of Social & Behavioral Sciences for his recognition of Alumnus of the Year Award.
"SBS Immigration Week" (3 minutes, 28 seconds; click on video below to view)
SBS Immigration week ncluded community panels on immigration and social justice, law and security, public health, and the economy. This special event provided opportunities to learn about immigration, featuring the work of UA faculty and graduate students, and discussing immigration issues, with a special focus on understanding the root causes of immigration.
"SBS Programs Rank HIgh" (30 seconds; click on video below to view)
On Sept. 28, 2010 the prestigious National Research Council released its assessment of U.S. doctoral programs, which includes data on over 5,000 programs in 62 fields at 212 universities nationwide.
"The Big Picture" (14 minutes; click on video below to view)
Exactly what are the social and behavioral sciences? This 14-minute video provides and in-depth look at what types of research happen within this College.
"Gulf Coast community disaster research" (2 minutes; click on video below to view)
UA anthropologists Diane Austin and Tom McGuire – who have studied the effects of the offshore petroleum industry on the Gulf Coast for 15 years – are part of a team of researchers studying the short- and long-term impacts of the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill disaster.
"The story of bipedalism" (2 minutes; click on video below to view)
Did you know that our early tree-dwelling ancestors (from 3.6 million years ago!) walked like humans? And that UA anthropology professor David Raichlen gathered experimental evidence for this by filming people walking across the sand trackway he built in his motion capture lab? Media outlets around the world have been reporting Raichlen’s latest findings.
"How to talk about prostrate cancer with your partner" (2 minutes; click on video below to view)
Chris Segrin, head and professor of the Department of Communication, is working with Terry Badger, a professor in the UA College of Nursing, to increase communication and improve the quality of life for cancer patients and their partners.
"Our relationship to 'The Bug'" (2 minutes; click on video below to view)
When mosquito season draws near, Geography Professor Paul Robbins shares about the work he and colleagues are doing with the Arizona Department of Health Services to study mosquito disease vectors in Arizona cities. Their aim: to help curb the spread of West Nile Virus and dengue fever.
For press releases, links to videos and other information about the College, feel free to contact the SBS Developments office or:
Associate Director of External Relations
Phone: (520) 626-3846
Office: Douglass 103A
SBS Technical Services
Phone: (520) 626-5698
Office: USB 312