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14th March 2016, 02:44 PM
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Re: Xavier University DCR

The Diversity Curriculum Requirement (DCR) Committee has been Replaced by a Diversity Flag Committee, which will be a subcommittee of the Core Curriculum Committee, comparable to other "flag" committees for the core.

Committee Members

Voting (9)
Christine Anderson (Chair), Arts and Sciences (Gender and Diversity Studies (GDST))
George Gordon, Business (GDST)
David Hyland, (BUGS)
Liz Johnson , Arts and Sciences (Ad Hoc Committee member)
Joyce Allen, Business (Curriculum Committee)
Maureen Mullinax, Arts and Sciences (GDST)
Paul O'Hara, Arts and Sciences (Curriculum Committee)
Ron Quinn, Prof. Sciences (Curriculum Committee)
Wendy Maxian, Arts and Sciences (GDST)

Non-Voting (4)

Joshua Grace (University Registrar)
Hema Krishnan, Business (Associate Dean)
Paul Gore, Prof. Sciences (Dean)
Janice Walker, Arts and Sciences (Dean)

Approved DCR Courses :

Women, Art & History
Life: Ecology and People
Parasitology
Intro. to Environmental Science
Legal Environment of Business
Inside Out Prison Exchange
Women and the Criminal Justice System
Gender and Sexuality in Ancient Greece and Rome
Group Dynamics
Race, Class, Gender and the Media
Sex and Violence in the Media
Multicultural Literature
Cultural Diversity in Education
Instructional Strategies of English Language Learners
Studies in Fiction: Confronting the Other
Studies in Black Literature
Studies in Women's Writings
Lit & the Moral Imag: Focus on Leadership & Community
Lit & the Moral Imag: Focus on Literature of Diversity
Lit & the Moral Imag: Literature & Place
Lit & the Moral Imag: Literature & the Environment
Lit & Moral Imag: Passing and Performing Identity
Lit & the Moral Imag: Coming of Age
LIt & the Moral Imag: Family
Lit & the Moral Imag: Power of Storytelling
Lit & the Moral Imag: Identities
Women Writers
Literature and the Arts in Britain
18th Century British Literature
African American Literature
American Minority Literature
Laughter is the Best (moral) Medicine
African History I
African History II
European History I
European History I
European History II
European History II
US History I
US History I
US History I
US History I
US History II
US History II
US History II
US History II
Latin American History I
New France: Jesuits, Natives & Settlers
New France
Women in American History
History of the Caribbean
Colonial America
Civil War and Reconstruction
The Age of Big Business
Social Conflict in Antebellum US
African Amer. Struggle for Equality
Medieval Women and Men
SEM: Saint: Origins to Internet
Occupational Justice I
Info. Systems in Global Context
Women and Math
International Management
Music Now!
Women in Music
History of Rock
Harlem Renaissance
Health and Culture
Philosophy and Slavery
Postmodern Identities
Irish Political Culture
Gender & Politics
Developmental Psychology
Developmental Psychology
Introduction to African /Black Pych.
Violence against Women and Girls
Psychology of Aging
Human Sexuality
Psychology of Intergroup Processes
Human Resources in a Diverse Society
Introduction to Sociology
Culture and Society
Foundational Social Thought
Population and Globalization
Sociology of Race & Ethnicity
Gender and Society
Irish Historical Sociology
American Music and the Roots of Cool
Contemporary Social Theory
Survey of Society in Social Work
Intro to Gender & Diversity
Child Welfare and Development
Values, Poverty, & Society
Trends in Modern Society: race relations
Women/Men Myth & Reality
Religion, Ethics & Professional Practice
Hispanic Lit. & the Moral Imagination
Surrealism and Hispanic Literature
Latin American Civilization
Intro to Latin American Studies
Central American Society and Culture
Sports Ethics
Cultural Studies and Sustainability
Sustainable and Resilient Communities
Theological Foundations
Christian Tradition II
The Black Catholic Experience
Women in Early Christianity
New Testament & Politics
Antisemitism
U.S. Catholic Church and Social Issues
Immigration, Theology & Ethics
Buddhism
Disability, Ethics & Theology
Buddhist Christian Explorations
Religion, Ethics & Professional Practice

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513-745-3000

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Xavier University
3800 Victory Parkway
Cincinnati, OH 45207


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