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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 17, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 101 THE UNIVERSITY OF LETHBRIDGE CONTINUING EDUCATION ira PUBLIC SERVICE PROGRAM OF EVENING COURSES-SPRING 1972 INFORMATION: PubHc Service Program of Non-Credit Courses The University of Lethbridge is pleased 1o present its Public Service Program consisting of a series of non-credit courses designed for your personal enjoyment and development. Enrolment in these courses is open to all interested persons regardless of academic background. You are cordially invited to participate. REGISTRATION PROCEDURE: To register by maU: Kindly fill out the registration form avoiloble of the Regist.-or's Office and send it accompanied by your cheque or money order (do not send cosh through the mail) to: Registrar's Office, Non-Credit Division University of lethbridge Lethbridge, Alberta To register in person: Registrotion personnel will be ovailoble outside the doer of the class for one hour before commencement of the first session of each course. Forms will be available and you moy register then. NOTE: All cheques ond money orders should be made poyobie to: The University of Letlibridge The following program must be regorded as tentative; the University reserves the right to cancel, or substitute for any of the courses if it considers the circumstonces so require. ART OFFERINGS PAINTING COURSE (Junior and Senior High School Students only) Course Description: Techniques of various pointing media, two-dimensional composition, slide lectures on the history of pointing and drawing with em-phosis on still-life pointing and drawing. Times: Saturdays, 9:30-12 noon, starting January 22, 1972 (12 sessions) Place; Department of Art, Fort Whoop-Up Building, East Campus. Fees: $3.00. Maximum Enrolment: 30. CERAMICS COURSE (Junior and Senior High School Students only) Course Description: Fundamentals of wheel throwing, handburlding clay techniques, glaze opplicofion, slide lectures, kiln firing. Times: Saturdays, 9:30-12 noon, starting January 22, 1972 (12 sessions). Place: Deportment of Art, Fort Whoop-Up Building, East Campus. Fees: $3.00. Maximum Enrolment: 30. CERAMICS COURSE (Adult) Course Descr'Otion: Tnsfructfon of beolnning ond intermeHiafe levels. Open to anyone T6 years or over. Fundamentals of wheel throwino. creative opprooch to the use of clay in hand building, slide lectures on olazes, their opplicotion ond chemistry, methods of kiln firing clay. Times: Mondays, 7.00-10:00 p.m.. Starting January 17, 1972 (12 sessions). Place: Department of Art, Fort Whoop-Up Building, East Campus. Fees: $32.50. Maximum Enrolment: 16. DRAAAA OFFERING DRAMA IN EDUCATION Course Description: A short course for teachers from elementary ond high schools focusing on the use of Creative Drama within the school system and considering it both OS a subject ond as o method of teaching. Times: Saturdays, 9:00 a.m. to 13:00 noon, starting February 5, 1972. (6 sessions). Place: Drama Studio, Room No. 37, Booksiore Buit ing, East Campus. Fees: $15.00, Maximum Enrolment; 30, POLITICAL SCIENCE OFFERING THE WORLD AND YOU: CANADA AND WORLD POLITICS" Course Descripficni Is Canada still "the world's most northerly banana republic?" Is the famous Canadian role of world referee holding the Conn-monweolth together? Whot of Ottawa's many roles in external affairs in the 1970's? As other nations see Canada - that's a moior theme in the series of public lectures, "The World ond You," scheduled for March 20-24, 1972. The Department of Political Science, in conjunction with other academic departments at The University of Lethbridge and through the Division of Continuing Education, will sponsor the week-long event. Officials of the Department of External Affairs and of many countries repre. sented in Conado will speak as well as lead seminar-type conversations and discussions on a variety of issues affecting Canada. Times: March 20-24, 1972. 8:00 p.m. Ploce: To be onnounced. Fees: $3.00 Students ond Senior Citizens $10.00 Adults. PHYSfCAL EDUCATION OFFERINGS ATHtETIC TRAINERS' WORKSHOP Course Description: The workshop will bo conducted to impart basic knowledge and techniques to any person who is involved with othletie teams. The participants will become aware of methods to prevent and core for injuries.. . Tmtes: Friday, March 24, 7-9 p.m. Sofurdoy, March 25, 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Place: Room C760, West Campus. Fees: $10.00. Maximum Enrolment: 40. THE ART AND SCIENCE OF COACHING A SYMPOSIUM FOR VOLUNTEER COACHES Course Description: A large number of individuals Involved in minor sports ore very well informed obout the techniques of tireir particular sport but recognize their lack of information regarding other important aspects of coaching ond dealing with young athletes. This symposium deals with the coaches' responsibility; growth ond development of children; psychology of coaching; physiology of exercise; modern trends in the teoching of fundamentals; and sociological aspects of sport. Times: Wednesdays, 7:30-9:30 p.m., starting Febru-cry 23, J 972. (6 sessions). Place: Room D638, West Campus. Fees: $10.00. PHILOSOPHY OFFERING PHILOSOPHIES OF HAPPINESS This series of seminars is designed to provide o background which wilt help structure deliberations about the good life. For centuries philosophers, theologians, novelists, psychologists, ond social critics hove been prescribing recipes for the best way of life for man. Each seminar will be a presentation, Qnolysis and criticism of one of these recipes. They will be in non-tecHr.icol lar.guoge; no knowledge beyond common sense will be presupposed; and there will be lots of room for discussion. Times: Tuesdays, 7:00-9:00 p.m. sfa.-ting January 18, 1972. (10 sessions), Place: Room D642, West Campus. Fees: Students and Senior Citizens $3.00; Adults $12.00. INTERDISCIPINARY OFFERINGS SOUTHERN ALBERTA: A REGIONAL PERSPECTIVE Course Description: This progrom will provide on in-depth background concerning the area of Southern Alberta. A series of lectures will be given primarily by scholars at the University who hove a deep interest in matfers pertoining to Southern Alberta. All participants in the course will receive a book bosed on the materials given In tho Ipctures end written by the lecturers themselves. The book will be given free of charge to all enrolled. Thii is on excellent opportunity to know more obout the oi-eo in which you live ond continue your education at the same time. Times: Thursday, 7:30-8:30 p.m., storting Jonuory 20, 1972. (10 sessions). Place: Room D638, West Campus. Fees: $3.00 Students and Senior Citizens. Adults $7.00. ECONOMICS, STATISTICS. MATHEMATICS AND COMPUTING SCIENCES AS APPUED TO BUSINESS Course Description: An inirodvctory course covering selected topics in current economic issues and policies, essenfiol statistical methods, mathematics and basic computing techniques as applied to modem business practices. This course is offered for lh� business community proposing to bring them up-to. dote in lotest development in these oreos. Interested parties rnoy contact Deportments of Economics ond Mathematical Sciences for further information. Times: Mondays, 7:00-10:00 p.m, storting January 24, 1972. (12 sessions). Place; Room C720, West Campus. Fees: $40.00. ;