Oneya Okuwobi

Oneya Fennell Okuwobi

Asst Professor

Crosley Tower

A&S Sociology - 0378

Professional Summary

I am a critical diversity scholar with expertise in both qualitative and quantitative methods. I theoretically examine how organizational processes reproduce inequality with a substantive focus on people of color involved in diverse groups, organizations, and institutions.

Positions and Work Experience

- Assistant Professor of Sociology, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH


Peer Reviewed Publications

Melamed, David, Christopher W. Munn, Leanne Barry, Bradley Montgomery, and Oneya F. Okuwobi (2019. ) Status Characteristics, Implicit Bias, and the Production of Racial Inequality.American Sociological Review, , 84 (6 ) ,1013-1036 More Information

Melamed, David, Leanne Barry, Bradley Montgomery, and Oneya F. Okuwobi (2020. ) Measuring Racial Status Beliefs with Implicit Associations.American Sociological Review, , 85 (6 ) ,1123- 1131 More Information

Okuwobi, Oneya, Deborwah Faulk, and Vincent J. Roscigno (2021. ) Diversity Displays and Organizational Messaging: The Case of Historically Black Colleges and Universities.Sociology of Race and Ethnicity, , 7 (3 ) ,384 More Information

Oneya F. Okuwobi (2019. ) “Everything that I’ve Done Has Always Been Multiethnic”: Biographical Work among Leaders of Multiracial Churches.Sociology of Religion, , 80 (4 ) ,478-495 More Information

Oneya Okuwobi, Ruth Powell, and Nicole Ward (2020. ) Ethnic Diversity and Leadership Roles among Australian Protestant Churchgoers in Mono-Ethnic and Multi-Ethnic Congregations.Research in the Social Scientific Study of Religion, , 31 ,219-250 More Information