ST. GEORGE – Dixie State College’s weekly noontime “Dixie Forum: A Window on the World” forum will feature a discussion on “The Changing Face of Diversity: Racial Construct and its Effect on Perspective,” presented by DSC psychology adjunct faculty member Daneka Souberbielle on Tuesday, Feb. 22, at 12 noon, in the Dunford Auditorium of the Browning Resource Center on the DSC campus. Admission is free for all community members, DSC students, and faculty and staff.
A Michigan native, Souberbielle earned Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the University of Michigan and completed graduate work in Sociology at Penn State University. She has worked at Dixie State for the last five years in various capacities and is credited with the development of the Diversity Center. Souberbielle is active in the Latino community in St. George and teaches English as a Second Language for Washington County’s Southwest Adult High School.
The Dixie Forum will continue each Tuesday through the rest of the spring semester. Upcoming guest speakers include acclaimed author Sandra Peterson, who will share her presentation entitled “Dealing with Difficult People” on March 1st.
The remainder of the 2011 Spring Dixie Forum schedule will be as follows. All forums will be Tuesdays at noon in the Dunford Auditorium, unless otherwise specified:
March 1 Sandra Peterson – “Dealing with Difficult People”
March 8 Reverend France Davis – “Literary Heritage of African-Americans”
March 15 No Forum – Spring Break
March 22 Bill McMurrin – “Virgin River Land Preservation Association: Why Does it Matter?”
March 29 DSC Professor of Psychology Dr. Dannelle Larsen-Rife
April 5 DSC Dean Dr. Don Hinton – “Updates to a Communication Perspective: Redefining the ‘Gender-ation Gap’ … or Are Men and Women Really Worlds Apart?”
April 12 DSC Art Faculty Member Dennis Martinez and DSC Art Students
April 19 Longtime DSC Faculty Members Rob Snow, Nolan Ashman and Ed Reber – “I Remember When”