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Click the button below to view "Race, Class, and Academic Life: Our Virtual Conversation Continues", presented by The Chronicle of Higher Education.

Race, Class, and Academic Life



The A&GS Diversity and Inclusivity Council would like to share the following resource from Harvard Business School:

"In recognition of Juneteenth, educators and students can access the "African American Inequality" note for free."

African American Inequality



NWC Protocol

The National Weather Center (“NWC”), including its academic and research units, are committed to providing a safe, productive, and welcoming environment for all students, employees, and participants in their day-to-day work as well as in any conference, workshop, field project, or project hosted or managed by the NWC no matter what role they play or their background. The NWC prohibits discrimination and/or harassment of anyone regardless of race, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, genetic information, gender identity, gender expression, age, religion, disability, political beliefs, or status as a veteran, as well as any other characteristics protected under state or federal law.

We expect all students, employees, and participants (including those not directly affiliated with OU/NWC partners) to abide by the NWC Protocol (pdf) when operating in the NWC or during any NWC-related event. This Protocol is a compilation of relevant University policies assembled for convenience and this Protocol does not supersede or modify any existing OU or NWC partner policies.

NWC Protocol (pdf)



Gender Bias in STEM

OU's Office of Diversity and Inclusion

OU's Bias Response Committee

500 Queer Scientists

500 Women Scientists

Organizing Inclusion Science Meetings

Hard Questions, Honest Answers

Social Mobility Comes at a Cost

CIMMS Diversity and Inclusion Committee

UCAR Diversity + Inclusion

Geoscience Opportunities for Leadership in Diversity

Empowering Geoscientists to Transform Workplace Climate

What Riding My Bike Has Taught Me About White Privilege

Explaining White Privilege to a Broke White Person

Being Female in Science

I, Racist