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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 11, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta UNIVERSITY OF LETHBRIDGE The University Of Lethbridge Public Service Program Of Non-Credit Courses FALL 1971 ART OFFERING CERAMICS COURSE (ADULT) Course Description: Instruction at beginning and intermediate levels. Open to anyone 16 years or over. Fundamentals of wheel throwing, crea- tive approach ID the use oF clay in hand build- ing, slide lectures on glazes, their application and chemistry, methods of kiln firing cloy. Timi'S: Tuesdays p.m., starting Septem- ber 21, 1971. (12 Place; Department of Art, Forr Building, East Camoui. Fees: Maximum Enrolment. 15 COMPUTING SCIENCE OFFERING FORTRAN PROGRAMMING Course Description: Intro due lory computer pro- gramming in the FORTRAN IV language. A course to develop a workina knowledge of com pu Ting with contemporary digital com- puters. Instructor: Mr. Glenn Allan, University of Leth- bridge Computing Centre Times: Lectures; 7-00 to 9.00 p.m. start- ing September 21. 1971 (12 Laboratories: Saturday, to a.m. (Concurrent -with Lectured Place: Room 25, Computing Cenlre Building, Eos? Fees.- 560.00 Maximum enrollment. 20 ENGLISH OFFERING SHAKESPEARE ON FILM An exploration oF the genius of Shakespeare and ihe nature or film through a programme of nine Shakespeare films. The keynote to the programme is diversity, providing rhe opportunity to see re- nowned actors (Laurence Olivier, Orson Welles) In a variety of rores, to see different interpretations of the same pray (Hamlet, to compare film tech- niques from four decades and three countries, to appreciate good films and understand why bod Films failed. Brief introductions by interested faculty members will pose pertinent questions to enhance the understanding of each film. The programme is designed for true amateurs, for anyone with a genuine love of Shaltespwe or a strong interest in the art of film. Times: Mondays, p.m. approx., starting September 27, 1971. (9 sessions) Place: Room C674 West Campus. Fees: S3.00 Students and Senior Citizens. S10.00 Adulls. Maximum enrolment: 115. HISTORY OFFERING STRUGGLE FOR A BORDER Film and lecture series using the National Film Board Series "Struagle for the Boarder." Canada's long sti jggle achieve nationhood in her relalionship with the United States as a Brit'sh possession and as on independent nation. Em- phasis will be placed on the high points of friend- ship and accord be'-veen Canada and the Uniled Stales. Those interested in problems in the mod- ern day sno'jid attend these lectures in order to understand the historical background of her re- lationship wl'h the United States. Times: Wednesdays, p.m., starring Supt- tember 22, 1971. 112 sessions-. P'ac-. Room C.574 West Campus Fees: A3.00 Students and senior Citizens. S15.00 Adulrs. Maximum enrol men': IT 5. MUSIC OFFERINGS FUNDAMENTAL MUSIC SKILLS Infreduction to the fundccentals of music as per- ceived sound. Emphasis on ear training and sight singlrg in con- unction with Iota I and rhylhmic musical no la I Ion. This course is deslgnc-d for pre-university students oreparinq for external music examinations or wilh o specific interest in music, or university-level students who desire to their musical background. Instructor: Miis Rurhie ARCT, RMT. Times: Monday, Wednesday, Friday, p.m. starting September 10, 1971. (39 Place: Room 11, Classroom Building, East Campus. Fees: Maximum enrolment: 15. Registration at the Deportment of Music, The Uni- versity of Lethbridge, Eash Campus. CONSERVATORY PROGRAM: Courses of private lessons in voice and piano. For further information see the University calendar or contact ihe Department of Music. TV MUSIC APPRECIATION BROADCASTS These programs [three planned for the Fall Sem- ester) are designed to reach the general listening public wilh the "gospel oF will begin with a description of the various elements of musical sound materials, then proceed to a "guid- ed tour" of some great works showing the relation- ship between the musical and constructive ele- ments involved. The final program will deal with the electronic music media and give an explana- tion of the use of the University's new electronic music laboratory. The series will be offered some- time in the mid-fall as a 3-week series on CJOC- rV. Since the television station has not firmed up scheduling as yet the specific dares ore not, as yet, fixed. Dr. Kenneth L. Hlcfcen of the Music Department faculty will be the lecturer" for this scries. UNIVERSITY CHOIR Anolher offering of the Department of Music which Falls quite accurately inlo ihe area of Continuing Education is the University Choir. It is o non- credir offering which draws a high percentage of non-university membership and rehearses at ihe Assumption School auditorium on Tuesday eve- nings from 1o p.m. Rehearsals begin September 21 and no fees are assessed. The conductor of the University oF Lelhbridge Choir this season will be George F. Skipworlh, Assislant Professor oF Music. A nalive of the Pacif'c North- west, professor Skipworlh holds degrees from the University oF Oregon and Central Woshinglon Stare College. For many years he has been active in that area os a private voice teacher, and has appeared extensively both as soloist and conduclor. He has done advanced studio study in the Chicago area and has performed bolh there and in Europe. PHYSICAL EDUCATION OFFERINGS MOVEMENT EDUCATION WORKSHOP Course Description: An examination of movement education theory: definition of issues and some concepts of movement; a movement analysis of games, gymnastics and dance. Times: Friday, October 22, 1971, ;p.m. Saturday, October 23, 1971, noon, 1-00- p.m. Place; Room C730 West Campus Fees: 510.00. Maximum enrolment: 40. PSYCHOLOGY OFFERING MEMORY PSYCHOLOGY Recent advances in our understanding of memory are discussed. Some chemicals which have been discovered to play a major role in determining how we remember are considered. Questions such as: Whore in the brain are materials retained? Is there more than one lype of memory? Who) de- termines forgetting? and. Do animals possess a memory as humans do? are considered Times: Thursdays, p.m., starling Septem- ber 23, 1971. (12 Plate: Room C730 West Campus. S3.00 Sludents and Senior Citizens, Adults. INTERDISCIPLINARY OFFERINGS ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE A course designed to explain the operation oF the Canadian judicial system, including the develop- ment of our legal syslem, actual court-room pro- cedures, the methods of dealing with offenders, and the question oF Civil Rights. Times: Wednesdays p.m., starling Sept- ember 22, 1971, (12 Place: Room C730 West Campus. Fees: Students and Senior Citizens S15.00 Adults. SPRING 1972 ART OFFERINGS PAINTING COURSE (Junior and Senior High School Students Only) Course Description: Techniques of various painting media, two-dimensional composition, slide lectures on the history of painting and drawing with em- phasis on still-life painting and drawing. Times: Saturdays, noon, starting January 22, 1972. [12 Place: Department of Art, Fort Whoop-Up Build- ing, East Campus, Fees: Maximum enrolment: 30. CERAMICS COURSE (Junior and Senior High School Students Only) Course Description: Fundamentals of wheel throw- ing, handbuilding clay techniques, glaze ap- slide lectures, kiln firing. Times: Saturdays, noon, starting January 22, 1972. (12 Place: Department of Art, Fort Whoop-Up Build- ing, East Campus. Fees: 33.00. Maximum enrolment: 30, PHYSICAL EDUCATION OFFERINGS ATHLETIC TRAINERS' WORKSHOP The workshop will be conducted to Impart basic knowledge and techniques to any person who is involved with athletic teams. The participants will became aware of methods To prevent and care for injuries. Friday, March 24, p.m. Saturday, March 25, a.m. 1o prr. Place: To be decided in second semester Fees: Maximum enrolment: 40. POLITICAL SCIENCE OFFERING 'THE WORLD AND YOU: CANADA AND WORLD POLITICS" The emphasis will be on the Canadian experience in the international system. Although the topic areas are broken down geographically, a number of functional activities which eul across geograph- ical boundaries will be considered. These latter include such things as disarmament, technical assistance, trade, finances, etc. The ordering and geographical areas to be considered are slill ten- tative, but they might Include the following: 1. Canada and Europe (with some cons id era I ion of British entry into 2. Canada and the Pacific (with emphasis on Chinese recognition and meaning for Japanese and Canadian relations, the third most import- am in Canada's overall trade 3. Canada and the Developing Nations: Africa and America. 4. Special Relationship: Canada and the United Stales. 5. Canada and the United Nations. Times: To be decided early in second semester. Place: To be decided early in second semesler. Fees: Students and Senior Citizens. Adults. INTERDISCIPLINARY OFFERINGS SOUTHERN ALBERTA: A REGIONAL PERSPECTIVE Course Description: Beglnnnia January, 1972, The University of Lelhbridge will offer a continuing education course designed to provide an in-depth background concerning the area of Southern Al- berta. The course Is tilled Southern Alberta: A Regional Perspective and will consist of a scries of lectures given by scholars a I the University who have a deep interest in mailers pertaining to Soulhern Alberta. Their lectures will be given once each week for eleven and each lecutre will take approximately one hour. In addition, all part- icipants in the course will receive a book based on ihe materials given in the lectures and written by Ihe lectures themselves. The book will be given free of charge to all enrolled. This Is an excellent opportunity to know more about the area in which you live and continue your education al the same time. Times: Evenings lime to be decided. January, 1972. Place: To be decided. Fees: S3.00 Sludems ond Senior Citizens. Adulls. ENROLMENT IN THESE COURSES IS OPEN TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS REGARDLESS OF ACADEMIC BACKGROUND INFORMATION FOR PROSPECTIVE STUDENTS REGISTRATION PROCEDURE: To register by mail: Kindly fill out the registration form, and send it accompanied by your own cheque or money order tdo not send cash through 1he maif) to: Registrar's Office, N on -Credit Division, University of Lethbridge, Lethbridge, Alberta To register in person: Registration personnel will be available outside the door of the class for one hour befora commencement of me first session of each course. Forms will be available and you may register then. Note: All cheques and money orders should be mado payable !o: Tha University of Lelhbridga REGISTRAR'S OFFICE, NON-CREDIT DIVISION UNIVERSITY OF LETHBRIDGE LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA I AM INTERESTED IN THE FOLLOWING NON-CREDIT COURSES: PLEASE SEND BROCHURES NAME ADDRESS PHONE ;