College of Social and Behavioral Sciences


A 40-Year Library Career: Looking Back, Giving Forward

As the Library and Information Science Program celebrates its 50th anniversary, Nan Schubel, an alumna from its first graduating class, makes an estate gift to the Library and Information Science Program and creates the endowed Nan Kling Schubel Scholarship in Library Science.

New Scholarship for Students Learning Greek Language, Civilization, Culture

The James P. Sfarnas Hellenic Studies Scholarship supports students studying Greek language, civilization, and culture in the School of Anthropology in the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences or in the Department of Religious Studies and Classics in the College of Humanities.

Couple's Planned Gift Benefits Creative Writing, Engineering

Amanda Kaufmann and her husband, Matthew Kaufmann, increased their estate gift to the university, planning a sizable legacy to both the Creative Writing Program in the Department of English and the College of Engineering. Amanda talks about using life transitions to align with her true self.

A Chance to Learn

The Prison Education Project began with a gift from Barbara Martinsons and has expanded its content and scope. You can help the program continue to grow through crowdfunding.

UA Launches Consortium on Gender-Based Violence

A gift from the Chris and Carrie Shumway Foundation will support the UA's Consortium on Gender-Based Violence, a research and resource center that seeks to model and inspire a radical shift in the way people think about and address gender-based violence.