UA prof: We can design places for happiness and health

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"Happiness Tucson" shares research from the social and behavioral sciences on happiness and relates it to Tucson. It is facilitated by the UA College of Social and Behavioral Sciences, one of the largest colleges at the UA which approximately 6,000 majors in 20 different departments including sociology, communication, political science, anthropology, and history - among others.

The social and behavioral sciences are dedicated to understanding people and their connections - with each other, the world around them, and their pasts - and using that knowledge to help make communities healthier and more vibrant.

The UA College of Social and Behavioral Sciences is on the UA campus in the Douglass Building. Please visit the college's website or find it on Facebook. To make suggestions for topics for this blog or to get more information, email downtownlectures@email.arizona.edu.

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