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The Multicultural, Multiethnic, and International Aspects of the Humanics Philosophy by Richard D. Davilia

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Title:
The Multicultural, Multiethnic, and International Aspects of the Humanics Philosophy by Richard D. Davilia
Description:
“The Multicultural, Multiethnic, and International Aspects of the Humanics Philosophy (April 19, 2007)” is a video of the 2007 Humanics Lecture given by Richard D. Davilia, Ph.D. and the 2006-2007 Distinguished Professor of Humanics (DPH) at Springfield College (Springfield, MA). The concept of humanics refers to Springfield College’s mission of educating students in spirit, mind, and body for leadership in service to humanity. For many years, distinguished faculty members at Springfield College have lectured about the humanics philosophy. In his lecture, Davilia discusses his passion for making a positive difference in people’s lives, the institution of an International Humanics Day, and the creation of a Humanics room on each campus. Richard D. Davilia works at Springfield College as both a tenured professor and the Associate Dean and Campus Director at the Springfield College School of Human Services in Tampa, Florida. He earned his B.A. from Beacon College, his M.S.W. at the University of Connecticut in West Hartford, and holds a Ph.D. from the University of Connecticut, School of Education Psychology. The video was directed and produced by Ronald A. Milton ’98.
Creator:
Davila, Richard D.
Creator:
Milton, Ronald A.
Date:
April 19, 2007
Format:
Film/Video
Location:
Springfield College Archives and Special Collections
Collection (local):
College Archives Digital Collections
Series:
Distinguished Professor of Humanics Collection
Subjects:
Springfield College--Faculty
Springfield College
Humanics
Video recording
Places:
MassachusettsHampden (county)Springfield
Extent:
DVD; 42:01
Link to Item:
Terms of Use:
Text and images are owned, held, or licensed by Springfield College and are available for personal, non-commercial, and educational use, provided that ownership is properly cited. A credit line is required and should read: Courtesy of Springfield College, Babson Library, Archives and Special Collections. Any commercial use without written permission from Springfield College is strictly prohibited. Other individuals or entities other than, and in addition to, Springfield College may also own copyrights and other propriety rights. The publishing, exhibiting, or broadcasting party assumes all responsibility for clearing reproduction rights and for any infringement of United States copyright law.
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Publisher:
Springfield College
Language:
English
Identifier:
humanics-lecture-2007-davila