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Welcome to the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences
The College of Social and Behavioral Sciences promotes an understanding of how individuals, societies and cultures contribute to human development. Our faculty and students focus on studying real world problems, from integrating immigrants in Iowa and the causes of war in Africa, to effective crime prevention strategies and how natural disasters impact communities. We have programs that address the structure and needs of families, the role of gender and race in societies, globalization, and the history, geography and politics of every region in the world.
The faculty of CSBS is among the finest at UNI. We have award winning and innovative instructors and nationally and internationally recognized scholars dedicated to serving their communities, the nation and their disciplines. We hope this website provides you with the information you need about the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences.
Visitor shares Russia's indigenous culture
The Department of Geography recently welcomed an Indigenous rights and culture activist from the State Polar Academy in St. Petersburg, Russia. Ms. Varvara Korkina is the director of the Indigenous Cultures Center at the academy, the only minority-...
March 2014 edition of "CSBS Kudos" available online