A PANELIST OF TOP EDUCATOR SPEAK AT LANGSTON UNIVERSITY’S 2017 IRA D. HALL AND RUBYE HIBLER HALL LECTURE

A PANELIST OF TOP EDUCATOR SPEAK AT LANGSTON UNIVERSITY’S 2017 IRA D. HALL AND RUBYE HIBLER HALL LECTURE

Published Feb. 22, 2017

By Christina Gray, Media Relations Specialist

On Tuesday, March 7, 2017, the Langston University School of Education and Behavioral Sciences announced that lecture series will feature a panel of top educators at the 2017 Ira D. Hall and Rubye Hibler Hall Endowed Lecture Series.

The panel will be made up of the following individuals: Patrice Allen, Andre Daughty, Felix Paul Linden, Jr., Warren G. Pete and Karim Muhammad.

Named in honor of LUalumni Ira D. Hall and Rubye Hibler Hall, the annual lecture series exists to commemorate the Halls and their commitment to education. Initially established by Rubye Hible Hall in 1989 to honor her husband Ira D. Hall, the series was remained to honor the contributions of both upon Mrs. Hall’s passing. Ira D. Hall was principal of several schools, superintendent of Clearview School and assistant director of all black high schools for the Oklahoma Education Department. Rubye Hibler Hall was the first black appointed to the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education. She was with the Oklahoma City School District 43 years, beginning in 1932 as a teacher, speech pathologist, psychometrist, diagnostician and consultant.

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