Congratulations to the CWDR Cultural Conflict and Society SIG

Congratulations to the CWDR Cultural Conflict and Society SIG

In the last few months, the Cultural Conflict and Society (CCS) special interest group within the Center for Workplace Diversity Research has been extremely active in scholarly activities.  Highlighted below are several presentations and publications of their quality contributions to various topics within the areas of diversity studies.

Lorraine Priest, Frederick Lawrence, Maryse Nason, Donnetta Hawkins, Raymond Delaney, Talia McClure-Moore, Debbie Ferguson, and Ray Bynum presented at the 40th Anniversary Ruby Red Celebration of the UOP Southern Arizona campus, providing an overview of the activities of the Cultural Conflict and Society research community.

Frederick Lawrence, Lorraine Priest, Raymond Delaney, and Ray Bynum published an article, titled “Parity Issues in Criminal Justice” in American Jails (American Jail Association). This was one of a series of articles discussing results of the parity studies.

Lorraine Priest, Frederick Lawrence, Debbie Ferguson, David May (Mississippi State University), and Ray Bynum published an article, titled "The Role of Higher Education in Cultural Conflict in Criminal Justice," in the Southern Arizona InterCollegiate Journal.

Lorraine Priest, Frederick Lawrence, Maryse Nazon, and Ray Bynum conducted a poster and paper presentation at the 20th Annual American Association of Behavior and Social Sciences conference in Las Vegas. The title of their paper presentation was “Philosophy of Punishment, Education and Cultural Conflict in Criminal Justice."

Again, congratulations on these great accomplishments! 

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