- Harvard UniversityFolklore & Mythology, 1966 - 1969Cultural Anthropology & Oral Tradition including course work at the Harvard Divinity School
- New York UniversityCultural Anthropology, 1970 - 1971BS: Cultural Anthropology
- University of Illinois at ChicagoUrban Planning & Policy, 1981 - 1983Masters in Urban Planning, specializing in Arts & Culture
- Spertus CollegeReligious Diversity, 1991 - 1993Masters in Jewish Studies & Religion
- American Diversity ReportFounder, Editor, presentEditor of international magazine, award winning author of Going Southern: The No-Mess Guide to Success in the South
On Living and Dying — by Deborah Levine | AMERICAN DIVERSITY REPORT
A friend asked me today to write about grief and mourning. There has been so much of both here in Chattanooga following the massacre of mili
Chattanoogans Mourn, Pray, and Heal – by Deborah Levine | AMERICAN DIVER...
The traffic was fierce on Martin Luther King Boulevard as Chattanoogans, still in shock, flocked to the community-wide interfaith service at
A Powerful Interfaith Night – by Hanadi Chehab | AMERICAN DIVERSITY REPORT
Two events taking place in one venue occurred in the community of Plymouth, MN on Friday, July 10, 2015. As Muslims are witnessing the last
Is this Terrorism or What? – by Deborah Levine | AMERICAN DIVERSITY REPORT
Nine people were killed by Dylann Storm Roof in Charleston's historic black church and the debate about how to categorize his actions is fie
Going Southern Book Review from Paris – by Dr. George Simons | AMERICAN ...
A few years ago I had the task of preparing a dozen mid-level managers from a large German corporation that was establishing itself in South
Waste Management for Sustainable Living – by Olumide Climate IDOWU | AME...
Nigeria is a great country with lot of resources that can keep the country in a very high standard of economy. Many Nigerians look at these
Male privilege, the ultimate undiscussable! – by Terry Howard | AMERICAN...
Since March is National Women's History Month, I decided to depart from tradition and offer the reader some other, perhaps different, food f
Social Inequality and the Need for Education – by Natsuya Uesugi | AMERI...
Social inequality is systematically destroying the livelihood of many inner city communities. The threat is not only from unemployment, pove
The Challenge of Global Diversity: Cross Cultural Competence for a Rapid...
For every car GM sold in China in 2004, it sold 10 in the United States. By 2009, sales in China equaled those in the US. Rapid economic gro
A Mystic Revisits her Leadership Style – by Sharon Riegie Maynard | AMER...
Having grown up in the 50's, the female leadership style that I absorbed through osmosis was pretty dated. In fact, I am working hard to thi
A Poem and Prayer in a Soldier’s Memory — by Deborah Levine | AMERICAN D...
For those who put themselves in harm's way for their families, friends and country, For those whose lives were taken in war-torn lands far f
The Global Diversity of Science– by Dr. Ray Hefferlin | AMERICAN DIVERSI...
This is a story of results achieved over three decades with the invaluable help of the author's science students at Southern Adventist Unive
STORYTELLING WOMEN in STEM: ASPIRE and INSPIRE – by Deborah Levine | AME...
WOMEN GROUNDBREAKERS (WGB) was created in 2001 as the Women's Council on Diversity of Chattanooga TN. The WGB is an ongoing source of cuttin
The Global Search for Education: Education and Economy | CMRubinWorld.co...
How does education impact the success of the world's economy?
Women in STEM: Architecture Conversations | AMERICAN DIVERSITY REPORT
Architecture spans both the Arts and STEM and is one of the reasons for advocating that STEM become STEAM and include the Arts in the acrony
Deborah Levine Enterprises | Cross-Cultural Communication
CROSSING CULTUAL BOUNDARIES MADE EASY! WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING… “When Ms. Levine introduced her story methods and Matrix Model System “lights
Mistaken Restrooms! – By Terry Howard | AMERICAN DIVERSITY REPORT
8:47 am: I stole a glance at the clock on the wall and suddenly it dawned on me that I had less than 15 minutes to get to my next meeting in
With increasing international enrollments, faculty grapple with implicat...
Inside Higher Ed With increasing international enrollments, faculty grapple with implications ...