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New Book Shows Criminal Justice System Bias Against Minority Youth

Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice Paul Ketchum has published a new book addressing the overrepresentation of children of color in the criminal justice system.

PACS Professor Roksana Alavi Publishes Book on Race and Oppression

Associate Professor of Integrative Studies Roksana Alavi explores race and oppression through the lens of Iranian Americans in her new book.

Diversity Track Prepares You for Today's Workplace

The OU Master of Arts in Integrative Studies Diversity Track is relevant for the workplace.

Enhance Your Understanding of Others with a Diversity Studies Minor

The OU Extended Campus Minor in Diversity Studies will help you build skills and broaden your perspective of what it means to live in a multicultural society.

Summer Seminar Brings Online Students to Norman Campus

On-site summer seminar course allows nine OU Extended Campus online students a rare opportunity to learn face-to-face to with classmates and instructors.

Class Highlight - Understanding Educational Inequality in the U.S.

In Understanding Educational Inequality in the U.S., students learn how to clearly define how race, class and gender impact education in the United States. 

Class Highlight - Exploring Race and Gender in Film (Hybrid Option)

Exploring Race and Gender in Film looks at inequality and inclusiveness through the cinematic lens, analyzing the evolution of film.

Class Highlight - Cultural Diversity

Cultural Diversity in the World promotes an understanding of multiplicity and prepares future managers for an increasingly multicultural workforce.

Class Highlight - Exploring Race and Gender in Film

Exploring Race and Gender in Film takes students on an unconventional quest from slavery to the modern day by investigating inequality through film.

CLS to Offer New Diversity Courses in Fall Session II

In Fall Session II, CLS will debut new courses on diversity as part of a series that explores inequality issues in the United States.