|Object Name||Recording, Video Tape Cassette|
|Scope & Content||
Recording of Boyer's presentation at Azusa Pacific University's William E. and Ernest L. Boyer Common Day of Leaning.
Boyer delivered a speech about multiculturalism, searching for unity and common purpose, celebrating the uniqueness of every culture/individual, the seven shared human commonalities, and celebrating communities.
After Boyer's presentation he and his brother Bill are read a decree regarding Azusa Pacific University's decision to permanently name their common day of learning after the two brothers.
[Boyer's speech begins around the 11 minute mark].
Originally enclosed with a letter from AJ Anglin to Ernest L. Boyer dated June 24, 1993 (1000 0001 3249).
|Date||February 24, 1993|
|Event||Azusa Pacific U., Learning Day on Diversity, Azusa, CA, February 24, 1993|
|Collection||Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching - CFAT|
Boyer, William "Bill"
Azusa Pacific College
Higher Education, and human commonality
Higher Education, creating a community
Higher Education, and multiculturalism
Multiculturalism, and higher education
Diversity, celebrating it
Community, building a global one