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Institute for the Study of Race & Ethnicity:Resources

The Institute promotes high quality teaching and rigorous policy-oriented research emphasizing interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary approaches, as well as the methods of the traditional social sciences and humanities disciplines.

Digital Archives


We offer facilities such as a mini-archive, library, reading and meeting area as well as some seminal work.

Individuals will be able to do research pertaining to minority issues, or simply browse through the Institute's collection of books, videos, microfilms, journals, and magazines. We offer topics ranging from minority women, African-American history/literature, Asian-American culture, and ethnicity in the U.S.


The Martha Brown Scholarship

The Martha Brown Endowed Scholarship is made possible by the friends of Martha Brown. It is awarded to assist a full- or part-time student in the College of Arts and Letters. The recipient must be a sophomore or junior and maintain a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.0 while pursuing a minor in African American Studies. The student must also demonstrate financial need. (FAFSA).

National Association of Blacks in Criminal Justice

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Experience Guaranteed

Enhance your college career by gaining relevant experience with the skills and knowledge needed for your future career. Discover our experiential learning opportunities.

First Fridays

Get an inside look into your major of interest when you speak to professors and current students at our monthly First Friday events.

Spring Open Houses

Explore our beautiful campus and its community! Join us for our Spring Open House events in February and March.