The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, May 26, 1914, GIRL'S EDITION, Image 2

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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
SUMMER SESSION
UNIVERSITY 2! NEBRASKA
8 WEEKS
June 8-July 31, 1914
Professional Courses in Education, Educational Theory and Practice,
Secondary Education, Educational Psychology, The Teaching of Sciences in
Secondary Schools.
Special Courses in Agronomy, Animal Husbandry, and Home Economics.
Academic Courses in American History, Botany, Chemistry, English Liter
ature, European History, Geography, Geology, German, Latin, Manual Train
ing, Mechanical Drawing, Mathematics, Philosophy and Psychology, Physical
Education, Physiology, Political Economy and Commerce, Political Science
and Sociology, Rhetoric, Slavonic and Zoology.
Courses in Fine Arts, including Drawing, Color Work, Design, Public
School Art, China Painting, History and Criticism of the Fine Arts.
The Graduate College
offers courses in nearly all departments.
The Teachers College High School
offers regular credit work and review courses without credit. Teachers
desiring professional or academic courses to meet certification requirements for
all grades of state, county, and city certificates will find work in the Summer
Session proper or in the Teachers College High School.
School of Superintendence
June 8-12, under joint control of State Department of Education and the
University of Nebraska. Among outside lecturers are Dr. J. J. Findlay, of
the University of Manchester, England Supt. C. N. Kendall, rofNew-Jrseyr
and Supt. F. J. Blair, of Illinois.
Institute on Country Life
' at University Farm, June 11-17.
For information address
THE REGISTRAR, The University of Nebraska,
Sta. A, Lincoln, Nebraska.
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