The University of Oklahoma's Carl Albert Center conducts many civic education programs that focus on the Congress and on American politics. These include individual seminars, conferences, and workshops. Twice each year, the Center publishes Extensions, a forum for discussion of the Congress. The Center also sponsors a biennial lecture series, the Julian J. Rothbaum Distinguished Lecture in Representative Government. In addition, the Center has produced a traveling exhibit series, as well as in-house exhibits and Internet exhibits.

The Carl Albert Center also sponsors N.E.W. Leadership Oklahoma, a five-day residential summer institute for undergraduate women designed to inform and empower participants to consider careers in politics and public service, and the Pipeline Project, a seminar designed primarily for women who are beyond college, already in the workforce, and interested in increasing their political or civic leadership involvement.

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