Speaker series planned
as part of Black History Month
Three members of the
Shippensburg University community will speak as part of the Black History Month
speaker series this month. Each program, free and open to the public, will be
in Ezra Lehman Library 205.
series is to give
the campus community a better understanding and awareness of Black history, its continued impact within society, what it teaches us about diversity,
and the valuable contributions that different cultures make
in our country. The programs are:
- Feb. 15: Dr. David L. Lovett, associate vice president for student affairs and
dean of students, 11 a.m. to noon. His talk is “Personal Experiences as a Young
- Feb. 20: Dr. Steven
Burg, professor and chair of the history/philosophy department, noon to 1 p.m.
His talk is “10 Things
You Need to Know About Shippensburg Local Black History.”
- Feb. 27: Dr. Kirk Moll,
chair of the library department, noon to 1 p.m. His talk is “Participation in the Civil Rights
Movement of the 1960s as a Transformative Experience
For more information please contact Dr. Michelle Foreman, library director, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 477-1463.