The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, April 28, 1999, Page 3, Image 3

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    Don't Forget to Register for a
1999 Summer Reading Course
Academic Calendar
Early registration ends. May 14
Full payment due. May 28
General registration (full payment due at registration) May 17-28
Final date to change to or from P/NP.July 9
Final date to drop (no grade recorded).Aug. 31
Fall meetings.Aug. 30 to Sept. 3
Instructors file grades with DCS.Oct. 8
Grade reports to students.November
Tuition: $93.75 per credit hour.
(No University Program and Facilities Fees assessed.)
To receive an SRC
registration bulletin, call:
Division of Continuing Studies
Part-Time Student Services and Degree Options
Discover the convenience of SRC and
earn credit this summer while you:
• Travel and take course work with you.
• Study at home at your own pace.
• Add hours to your busy, campus-based schedule.
Registration Options
Walk in: Division of Continuing Studies (DCS)
Nebraska Center for Continuing Education,
Room 255
33rd and Holdrege Streets
8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday
Mail: Mail to the address on the registration form.
Fax: Fax your registration form to 472-1901.
Last Day to Register — May 28!
Call the SRC instructor for course requirement information.
(Phone numbers listed below)
Choose among 30 undergraduate courses from 12 departments.
Anthropology (ANTH)
352x 831 Introduction to Plains Ethnology 3 cr
Instructor: Kristina Lee 472-2411
410x 831 Women and Men 3 cr
An Anthropological Perspective
Instructor: Laurel Erickson 464-6937
416Dx 833 Topics in Cultural Anthropology: 3 cr
Native American Women
Instructor: Kristina Lee 472-2411
496Ax 831 Special Readings in Anthropology: 3 cr
Captive Narratives from North America
Instructor: Martha McCollough 472-2441
496Bx 832 Special Readings in Anthropology: 3 cr
Ecopsychology and Indigenous Science
Instructor: Mark Schroll 472-2411
496Cx 833 Special Readings in Anthropology: 3 cr
The Anthropology of Consciousness
Instructor: Mark Schroll 472-2411
Art and Art History (AHIS)
DRAW lOlx 831 Beginning Drawing 3 cr
Instructor: Karen Dienstbier 489-7545
Biological Sciences (Bios)
230x 831 Ecology of the Great Plains 3 cr
Instructor: Kathleen Keeler 472-2717
Classics (CLAS)
180x 831 Classical Mythology 3 cr
Instructor: Thomas Rinkevich 472-2460
LATN 303x 831 Elementary Latin Composition 2 cr
Instructor: Thomas Rinkevich 472-2460
Educational Psychology (EDPS)
490Ax 831 Workshop Seminar: Understanding Grief
and the Grief Recovery Process 3 cr
Instructor: Ina Sivits Luhring 472-1076
490Bx 832 Workshop Seminar: Understanding 3 cr
Change, Resilience and Hope:
Concepts for Managing Life in Our World
Instructor: Ina Sivits Luhring 472-1076
Family and Consumer Sciences (FACS)
364x 831 Problems in Middle and Late Life 3 cr
Instructor: Jean Chicoine 472-5789
Geology (GEOL)
101x 831 Introduction to Geology 3 cr
Instructor: John Griffin 472-4632
History (HIST)
100x 831 Western Civilization to 1715 3 cr
Instructor: Christine Dempsey 472-5452
lOlx 831 Western Civilization Since 1715 3 cr
Instructor: C.E. Wood 477-5707
120x 831 World History 3 cr
Instructor: Shawndra Holderby 438-1501
18lx 831 Introduction to East Asian Civilization 3 cr
Instructor: Gary Trogdon 484-5657
201x 831 American History to 1877 3 cr
Instructor: Randy Reddekopp 486-1681
202x 831 American History After 1877 3 cr
Instructor: Randy Reddekopp
282x 831 Modern East Asia 3 cr
Instructor: C.E. Wood 477-5707
Modern Languages
and Literatures (MODL)
234Dx 831 Major Themes in World Literature: 3 cr
American Gothic
Instructor: Andrew Seeger 474-2825
398x 831 Special Topics: 3 cr
The Many Faces of Fiction
Instructor: Andrew Seeger 474-2825
Political Science (POLS)
100x 831 American Government 3 cr
Instructor: J.T. Smith 472-3235
427x 831 The American Presidency 3 cr
Instructor: John Gruhl 472-3218
Psychology (PSYC)
298x 831 Special Topics in Psychology: 3 cr
Parapsychology — A Skeptical Perspective
Instructor: Donald Jensen 472-3144
Sociology (soci)
101x 831 Introduction to Sociology 3 cr
Instructor: Cheryl Applegate 474-2117
201x 831 Social Problems 3 cr
Instructor: Susan Wortmann 402-643-6402
217x 831 Nationality and Race Relations 3 cr
Instructor: Jack Siegman 472-6008
242x 831 Urban Sociology 3 cr
Instructor: Jack Siegman 472-6008
■ The University of Nebraska is
an affirmative action/equal
opportunity institution.