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May 15, 2019+Team HxA
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Episode 55: Maria Dixon Hall, Becoming Culturally Intelligent

Maria Dixon Hall manages the Campus Cultural Intelligence program at Southern Methodist University. She has a background in multiple disciplines, having earned a masters of divinity, a masters of theology, and a PhD in Organizational Communication and Religion. Her work in cultural intelligence differs from the typical diversity training that’s done on college campuses, and as you’ll hear, it has received both positive and negative media coverage. Maria will be a panelist at the 2019 Heterodox Academy conference in New York City on June 20 and 21. Registration for the conference is open now — register here!

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A New Model to Move Beyond Diversity by Maria Dixon Hall, Tulsa World Hard Questions, Honest Answers by Maria Dixon Hall, Chronicle of Higher Education Cultural Intelligence, a talk by Maria Dixon Hall at The United Methodist Church Texas Annual Conference Follow Maria her on Twitter

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