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SBS Student Ambassadors - The Student Ambassadors for the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences are a select group of undergraduate students who:

  • Represent outstanding campus leadership
  • Have a passion for Social and Behavioral Sciences and the UA
  • Demonstrate engagement beyond the classroom
  • Have a commitment to higher education

Student Ambassadors help facilitate a wide variety of programming including outreach, events, and student recruitment initiatives. Applications for 2021-2022 are now being accepted on a rolling basis through March 12, 2021.

McGuire Center New Venture Development Program - This year-long program teaches the principles of entrepreneurship. Then, under the mentorship of faculty and mentors, students build an idea from early-stage to launch-ready venture! This is a fee free program (students only pay for the credit hours) that can count as a certificate or minor in some cases. For more information sign up for the Oct. 2nd information session, visit the McGuire Center NVD website or contact Jordan Elias at jordanelias@email.arizona.edu.

Essay Competition - Fordham University’s Center for Ethics Education is sponsoring a national undergraduate essay competition open to seniors at accredited 4-year colleges and universities in the U.S. The theme for this year’s competition is Racial Justice: Realities and Possibilities.

Essay submissions are to be 1250-2000 words, with deadline December 1, 2020. Full submission details are available in the attached listing.

New Course - Econ 437: Economics of Politics and Policymaking

Dr. Malakeh Taleghani Endowed Undergraduate and Graduate Fellowships in Iranian Studies
The Taleghani Endowment committee is soliciting applications for the Taleghani Endowed Undergraduate and Graduate Fellowships. Applications will be evaluated based on the research/project proposal and the applicant’s academic standing and scholarly potential. Taleghani Fellowship Award amount: up to $4,000.