Groups and Workshops

The Department of Sociology at the University of Oklahoma has a number of groups and workshops to facilitate our interdisciplinary research, create networking opportunities for undergraduate majors, and encourage graduate student training and collaboration.

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ADQUANT - Advanced Quantitative Methods Working Group

The Advanced Quantitative Methods Working Group (ADQUANT) is a collaborative forum for the discussion and dissemination of quantitative approaches to data analysis across the social sciences. We are interested in developing an understanding of advanced statistical methods and facilitating interdisciplinary approaches to data analysis throughout the OU campuses and beyond. 

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Alpha Kappa Delta

Alpha Kappa Delta (AKD) is an international sociology honor society first established in 1920. The purpose of Alpha Kappa Delta is to seek to acknowledge and promote excellence in the scholarship of sociology, the research of social problems, and other social and intellectual activities that will lead to improvement in the human condition. The University of Oklahoma's AKD chapter was established in 1958 as the Beta of Oklahoma chapter of AKD and is the longest existing AKD chapter in the state of Oklahoma.

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Sociology and Criminology Club

The purpose of the Sociology/Criminology Club (SCC) is to provide a forum for undergraduate students who are interested in criminology and sociology. The mission of the SCC is to inform its members about careers, internships, graduate study, and other opportunities available in criminology and sociology and to provide a setting in which they can meet and socialize with other students who share similar interests.

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