The College of Extended Learning is dedicated to the elimination of discrimination by empowering all individuals with the promotion of harmony, freedom and dignity.
Workshops covers many aspects of groups, customs and traditions that individuals bring to the work place. Awareness and sensitivity are processed through presentations, discussions and assessments. This class can be taught on-site on an as need basis to companies, businesses and organizations. Current trends and issues will be brought into the discussions in keeping in sync with day to day operations and future planning. Prices pending size of group. Call for additional information.
Diversity Web Resources
Diversity-Executive.com, an online community for diversity
practitioners, is also the website for Diversity Executive
magazine. The site is active with blogs and posts discussing the latest
diversity conferences, as well as interesting articles on diversity compliance,
generational issues, and relevant current events.
Diversityweb.org is an online initiative of the Office of
Diversity, Equity and Global Initiatives at the Association of American
Colleges and Universities (AAC&U). It focuses on issues related to
diversity in higher education, and contains a significant amount of research on
the impact of diversity in learning contexts. There is a sizeable repository of
information that relates diversity in education to other aspects of
is the online presence
for Diversity Woman magazine, and a terrific resource for women of all
ethnic backgrounds. The site contains articles that provide useful career
advice, insights from diversity practitioners, and cool information for
professional women and entrepreneurs about gadgets and travel tips.
DiversityInc.com is a well-established web portal for the
magazine DiversityInc, a leading diversity publication that deals with
diversity challenges and solutions in the workplace, as well as diversity
matters in society-at-large. The site includes career advice, information on
corporate diversity initiatives, a job board, and current news.
Colorlines.com is the site for Colorlines, a
magazine (published bi-monthly) that deals with issues related to race and
politics. They are serious journalists that make excellent use of the online
platform. With a modern, elegant website, and interesting material,
readers can find articles on the relationship between race and the economy, the
arts, education, healthcare, and a wide variety of other issues.
This class will cover Cherokee culture through spoken and written language.
Date: Oct. 7 -Nov. 25
Time: 6-9 p.m.
Location: NSU- Broken Arrow campus, BALA Room 220
Instructor: Prentice Robinson
Call to register 918-444-4610
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