Stephanie Springer

Core Faculty

Harvill 239C
Internship Director & Principal Lecturer
Core Faculty
Internship Council Fellow, Student Engagement & Career Development
Principal Lecturer, Department of Health Promotion Sciences

Stephanie Springer is the Internship Director and a Principal Lecturer in the Department of Public & Applied Humanities. Since 2014, she has supported over 1500 University of Arizona students as they searched for, secured, and completed internships, locally and globally. From 2014-2019, her faculty appointment was in the UA’s Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health. In 2019, she joined the College of Humanities to develop the PAH internship program. In addition to engaging students in career discovery through career readiness and internship courses, Stephanie enjoys teaching general education coursework. In 2019, Stephanie was recognized as one of three finalists for the UA’s Five Star Faculty Award for her excellence in teaching and engagement with undergraduate students.

Stephanie is a UA alum, holding a master’s degree in public health and graduate certificates in college teaching and geographic information science. As an undergraduate student, she double majored in speech communication and anthropology at Kansas State University and also studied in Prague at Univerzita Karlova.