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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 6, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, September 1972 THE IETHBR1DGE HERALD The University of Lethbridge U CONTINUING EDUCATION PUBLIC SERVICE PROGRAM OF EVENING COURSES FALL 1972 ll.l INFORMATION: Public Service Program of Non-Credit Courses The University of lethbridge is pleased la 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 maH: Kindly fill out the registration form available at the Office or complete the form attached to the Brochurci and send it accompanied by your cheque or money order Ida not send coih through this mail) to: THE REGISTRAR UNIVERSITY OF IETHHR1DOE lliTHBRIDGE, .ALBERTA TTK 3M4 To register in perseffl: Registration personnel will be available outside the door of tho class immediately before commencement of the first session of each course, forms will be available and you may register then. NOTE: All cheques and money orders should be made pay able to: The University of Lethbridge. The following program must be regarded as tentative; the U niversity reserves the right to cancel, or substitute -for any the courses if it considers the circumstances so require. of ART OFFERING "BEGINNING CERAMICS FOR ADULTS" Course Description: Content of this course will center on a practical application of various work- techniques. Time: p.m., starting September 13, 1972 (13 session) Place: Room 200, Physical Education and Fino Arts Building Fes: Maximum Enrolment: 18 CHEMISTRY OFFERING "BASIC CONCEPTS OF NUTRITIONAL KNOWLEDGE" Course Description: For all persons Interested in understanding and evaluating this wealth of nutritional advice, information, and mis-infor- mation with which they are confronted daily. Topics will include: food additives, toxic com- ponenls of food, exercise and nutrition, longevity and nr-Trition, food processing and nutritional value, the vegetarian, and others. Time: Mondays, p.m., starting October 23, 1972 (5 session) Place: Room D 634, Main Building Fee: Senior Citizens and Students DRAMATIC ARTS OFFERING "CHILDREN'S THEATRE" Course Description: This ten week course, which lias a strong practical component, will involve a study of the various approaches used fay actors, directors, designers and educationists who undertake work in Children's Theatre and will cufminate a number of performances to school children. This course is designed primarily for school teachers. Early registration is recom- mended because of enrolment limitations. Time: Salurdays, a.m., starting Sep- tember 30, 1972 (10 sessions) Place: Drama Studio, Physical Education and Arts BuiTding Fee; Maximum Enrolment: 20 PHILOSOPHY OFFERING "PHILOSOPHICAL THEORIES OF HUMAK NATURE" Course Description: This series of lectures will alternpt to formulate an- answer to the question "What is the essence of U will involve an investigation into traditional and modern philosophical conceptions of the nature of man, and an attempt to construct a new description of Human Being using Nfetzche and Kierkegaard as background. Time: Wednesdays, p.m., starling Oc- tober 11, 1972 (9 sessions) Place: Room D 642, Main Building Fee: Servior Citizens and ENGLISH OFFERINGS "SIXTY GLORIOUS YEAR5-THE VICTORIAN AGE ON FILM" Course Description: Nine films from four dec- ades and two continents providing a variety of views on the political, social and military his- tory of the Victorian era, various interpretations of great nineteenth-century literature, a glimpso at film history, and often an ironic comment on our own age and values. Place: Yafes Memorial Center Time: Tuesdays (except Monday, October p.m., starting September 19, 1972 (8 evenings) Fees: Senior Citizens and Students Enrolment: Because of the expected high enrol- ment for this series, admission must be by membership only; no single admissions ara available. "THE WONDERS OF CHILDREN'S LITERATURE" Course Description: This course Is designed for parents, teachers, and all who have a special love for children-. Its aim Is to inculcate by lec- tures, discussion, and films an awareness of the wonders and often complex fascination of children's nursery rhymes, fairy tales, nonsense poems, and fables and legends of many lands. It begins with a brief consideration of the nature of the child in relation to its perception and ex- pression of reality, and proceeds to unfold cer- tain basic critiques for appreciating great child- ren's literature of the past and of the present, Hme; Wednesdays, p.m., starting October 4, 1972 (8 sessions) Place: Room D 634, Main Building fees: Senior Citizens and MUSIC OFFERING "WOODWIND INSTRUMENTS" A [eison series of private instruction In Woodwind Instruments Course Description: Private instruction under this program will be available in flute, oboe, clarinet, and bassoon. The lesson series are offered under the Conservatory Program of the Department of Music (non-university An audition, and Interview Is required. The audition dale is set for September 9, 1972. For further informa- tion and audition appointments phone or write THE DEPARTMENT OF MUSIC, UNIVERSITY OF LETHBRIDGE. (Room E-566, Main Academic Build- ing; Phone Tims: Saturdays, p.m., starting September 9, 1972 (audition day) and ex- tending through December 9, 1972 Place: Room Main Building Fee: SOCIOLOGY OFFERING (Biology, Chemistry, Mathematical Sciences, Physics) "WHAT IS A Course Description: This course proposes to criti- cally analyse some of the ways in which women have been and are defined In our culture, to ex- amine how these definitions influence women'i position in today's society, and to discuss alternatives to those definitions. Time: Thursdays, p.m., starting September 12, 1972 (8 sessions) Place: Room D 634, Main Building Fees: Senior Citizens ond INTERDISCIPLINARY OFFERING "MODERN SCIENCE" Course Description: A casual glancs at a daily newspaper or weekly review magazine soon reveals the exent to which science and its ap- plied aspects, technology, comprise an impor- tant part of national and international affairsi Concern over pollution of air and water; use or banning of various weapons; the choica between different means of generating electric energy; the advantages or unexpected side ef- fects of widely used medicine, etc. This series of lectures is designed for the uninitiated layman. They are intended to shed light orv certain of these issues. Time: Wednesdays, p.m., storting October 4, 1972 (7 sessions) Place: Room D 638, Main Building Fees: Senior Citizens and Get TOGETHER with the U of L ;