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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 17, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta THE UNIVERSITY OF LETHBRIDGE CONTINUING EDUCATION PUBLIC SERVICE PROGRAM OF EVENING COURSESSPRING 1972 i INFORMATION Public Service Program of NonCredit Courses The University of Lethbridge Is pleased to present its Public Service Program consisting of a series of noncredit courses designed for your personal enjoyment and Enrolment in these courses is open to cil interested persons regardless of academic You ore cordially invited to REGISTRATION PROCEDURE To register by mail Kindly fill out the registration form available at the Rc and send it accompanied by your cheque or money order cosh Through the mail to Registrars NonCredit Division University of Lethbridge Alberta To register in person Registration personnel will be available outside the dorr for one hour before commencement of the session of Forms be available and you may register NOTE Atl cheques and money orders should be made The University of lethbridge oo not send of th cuch closs The following program must be regarded as tentative the University rwerves the right to or substitute for any the rtynes if it considers the circumstances so ART OFFERINGS PAINTING COURSE Junior and Senior High School Students only Course Descriplion Techniques of various painting on the history of painting and drawing with em phasis on stilllife painting and Times starting January 1972 sessions Place Deparfment of Fort WhoopUp Eost Fees Maximum Enrolment CERAMICS COURSE Junior and Senior High School Students only Course Description Fundamentals of handbuiiding clay glaze slide led u kiln Times starting January 1972 12 Place Deportment of Fort WhoopUp East Fees CFRAMICS COURSE Adult rojrFi IM ruction at fcto inning and inform Open to anyone 16 or uDproach 10 use clay in nand slide methods of kiln firing Times starting January 1972 12 Place Department of Fort WhoopUp East Fees Maximum Enrolment OFFERING DRAMA IN EDUCATION Course Description A short course for teachers from elementary and high schools focusing on use of Drama wilhin the school system and con sidering it both at a subject ond OB o method of Times to starting February 6 Place Drama Room Bookltore Build Eost Fees Maximum Enrolment POLITICAL SCIENCE OFFERING THE WORLD AND YOU CANADA AND WORLD POLITICS Course Description Is Canada still the worlds most northerly banana republic la the fomous Canadian role of world referee holding the Com monwealth Together of many roles in txiernol affairs in the 1970s As other nations see Canada Thats a major theme in the series of public The World ond scheduled for March The Department of Political in conjunction with other academic depart ments at Tho University of Lethbridge and through the Division of Continuinq will sponsor the wceklonq Officials of rne Department of External Affairs ond of many countries repre sented in Canada will speak well as lead variety of isiues affecting Times March 8OO Place To be Students ond Senior Cifzcns PHYSICAL EDUCATION OFFERINGS ATHLETIC TRAINERS WORKSHOP CouricDescription Thr workshop will conducted 1o bcibic knowledge and ircnnlques to any pcritn who Is Involved with emieiie Tho poMicpantj will become aware of nehoos to pre vent end care for limes March 79 March to Place Room West Few Maximum Enrolment THE ART AND SCIENCE OF COACHING A SYMPOSIUM FOR VOLUNTEER COACHES Course Description A large number of individuals Involved in minor sporti are very well informed obout the techniques of their particular iport but recognize their lack of Information regarding other important aspects of coaching and dealing with young This symposium deals with the cooehes responsibility growth and development of children psychology of coaching physiology of exercise modern trends in ihe teaching of fundA Times starting Febru ary 6 Room West PHILOSOPHY OFFERING PHILOSOPHIES OF HAPPINESS This series of seminars Is to provide e background which will help strut Jure about the good For and social critics have been prescribing for the best way of life for Each be a presen analysis and critic ism 01 e of there They will be in nontec1 nl a guoce no knowledge beyond common sene w II be presup posed ond there will be lots of room for Times staging January 10 Place Room West Fees Students ond Senior Citizens Adults INTERDlSCtPfNARY OFFERINGS SOUTHERN ALBERTA A REGIONAL PERSPECTIVE Course Deicrlprion Tnl Indepth background con ca cf SooJ Albe Ml by scholars ct ihe University love o deep in terest in manors pertaining A participants in tfio jr a beck nn the materials given in rnl wriiicrt by the leciurers wll be avCn free of charge to all T an you live and continue ycjr education ot the Times starting January tO Place Room West Fees Students and Senior Adults MATHEMATICS AND COMPUTING SCIENCES AS APPLIED TO BUSINESS Course Description An introductory course coverlnfl essential statistical mathematics ond basic computing techniques as applied tj modern business course is offend for business community proposing to blrg them upio date in latest development in fnterested Mathematical Sciences for Times p 12 Place Room West Fees rg January ;