The Liberal Arts Department holds the 6th biannual Multicultural Forum 4/8 at 4:30pm in Mandell 114.
Apr 06, 2010
The Liberal Arts Department is pleased to invite you to our sixth biannual Multicultural Forum on April 8 at 4:30 PM in the Smart Classroom in Mandell. The forum will be open to the public. Shih-chieh Su and Tanya Casas of the Liberal Arts Department and Students for Diversity have organized the forum in order to enhance DVC students' awareness of social and cultural diversity, and to encourage our students to participate in the discussion of current world events. This semester's topic will focus on issues of racial inequalities in American society. We have invited Dr. Audrey Ervin, lecturer of Counseling Psychology at Delaware Valley College, to speak at the forum.
Liberal Arts Department Multicultural Forum:
The Invisible Color of Privilege
Date and Time: 4:30 PM, April 8, 2010. Place: Mandell 114 Smart Classroom
Moderators: Shih-chieh Su and Tanya Casas Guest Speaker: Dr. Audrey Ervin
Dr. Audrey Ervin is a licensed psychologist who completed a doctorate in counseling psychology at the University of Memphis and a postdoctoral fellowship at the University of Delaware, where she specialized in diversity issues and mindfulness-based interventions in therapy. Her clinical and research areas focus on multiculturalism with a particular emphasis on gender, sexual orientation, racial identity and international issues. She has presented her work at numerous national and international conferences including the American Psychological Association, the Association for Women in Psychology and the Fourth International Women's Conference in Cuba.
Gran Torino, directed by Clint Eastwood, (2008) (The DVD is on reserve at the Joseph Krauskopf Memorial Library.