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  • AGLSP – Association of Graduate Liberal Studies Programs
    The AGLSP is an international organization of over 105 institutional members that share a common interest in graduate-level liberal education primarily serving adult, part-time students. Founded in 1975, the AGLSP represents a broad cross-section of higher education–from small liberal arts colleges to large, research-oriented universities in the public and private sectors.
  • Gender Studies Group
    The Gender Studies Group (GSG) began in August 2007. The GSG operates on the premise that an interdisciplinary group of faculty, staff, students and community members with diverse experiences and qualifications can make a difference at DSU and in the Mississippi Delta by dissecting and understanding gender issues.
  • Division of Social Sciences and History
    This Division provides intellectual, cultural, and professional development for majors in Community Development, Geography, History, Political Science, Social Justice and Criminology, and Social Science. It also offers preparation for teaching in one of the subfields of the social sciences, andpreparation for graduate or professional study.
  • History
  • Institute for Environmental Justice and Community-Based Conservation
    The IEJCC’s mission is to carry out scientific research and public service activities that promote environmental justice and community-based conservation in the Mississippi Delta and Latin America
  • Languages and Literature Faculty
  • Graduate Studies