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Griffon Hall estimated finish in July Brooke Carter | Photo & Graphics Editor

Thomas Huitt-Johnson| Staff thuittjohnson@missouriwestern.edu

With the metal roof finally on, Western administration is hoping for no rain to help expedite the final stages of construction. Griffon Hall will overlook the pond north of Scanlon.

seminar after attending a different seminar. “This was brought to us by Dave Tushaus and we were glad to help,” Tamara Jackson, a member of the sponsoring group, said. Madden did a question and answer period after every section of her presentation. The outline to the presentation and links to some of the cases she discussed will be posted on the O drive. Some of what she discussed can be done without a lawyer.    “I wish there had been more people here, but it was perfect for the size of the room,” Katz said. There were over 25 people in attendance. “The turnout was amazing - better than we thought it would be for the middle of the week,” Jackson said. Madden suggested that all couples fill out a written durable power of attorney for health care, H.I.P.A. authorization, living will, do not recesitate order, right of sepulcher and a will. These documents are used to protect the rights and wishes of the partners and the couple. “I should include in my written power of attorney that my partner can visit me,” Madden said. “You really have to think about those elemental types of things.”  Madden also explained

Legally speaking, it’s tough to know exactly what your rights are, but this is especially true for unmarried couples and same sex unions. The Department of Legal Studies and the Missouri Western State University Pride Alliance tried to answer several of these questions Tuesday, March 29 in a seminar for couples rights, held in Agenstein room 124. Kay Madden, J.D., a partner in the firm Slough, Connealy, Irwin, and Madden gave the presentation. Madden was introduced by Joanne Katz, professor of legal studies. The legal seminar provided couple with information about how to protect their partners when they interact with the world, how to protect the partners assets upon death, the relationship itself, what happens when children are involved and dissolving the relationship. “This topic is so important because there is no legal recognition for same sex relationships or people in opposite sex relationships that are unmarried in Kansas or Missouri,” Madden said. Kats and David Tushaus, department chair for legal studies, came up with the idea for this See

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Goose takes residence outside Scanlon Hall

Last week a Canada Goose made its nest outside Scanlon Residence Hall. The bird, which could be seen lurking around the pond behind Scanlon, was once endangered. The nest, which is located on the south side of Scanlon, is estimated to have 6-8 eggs. Students living in the residence hall have been informed to not disturb the nest and that it is against federal law to do so.

Video class has chance to direct big Jesse Bilderback | Staff jbilderback@missouriwestern.edu

The students in Com 470 are getting this prospect because their professor, Dallas Henry ,has worked with the Barenaked Ladies in the past. Henry directed the highly successful YouTube video “Wind It Up” for the Barenaked Ladies in 2006. Henry also runs a Los Angeles based production company called Wheatfield Productions. In addition to working with the Barenaked Ladies, Henry directed country singer Craig Morgan’s music video for the popular top 20 song “International Harvester.” Mike Nielson is one of the students that created a video for the

Missouri Western students enrolled in Com 470, Producing and Directing II, got a once in a lifetime opportunity this semester. The class was selected to create a music video for the song “Four Seconds” by Grammy nominated musicians the Barenaked Ladies. The 12 students enrolled in the class were each asked to submit a proposal outlining their idea for the music video. Out of the 12 ideas, five were then selected to start filming. The videos will then be posted on the Barenaked Ladies website for fans to vote on the one they like See the best. 01.indd 1

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Jennifer Griffin | Staff jhinshaw@missouriwesternedu

By now, students at Missouri Western must be used to construction on campus. Starting more than two years ago, most of the development appears to be finished, with the new dorm rooms perhaps the last of it. Griffon Hall, the name of the new dormitory, is just now getting the metal roof tops on, putting the schedule right on track for the process to be finished by the last week of July. “If everything goes right with the weather, it will be ready by the end of July,” Vice President of Financial Planning and Administration Mel Klinkner said. Rain could be the real issue because the windows are just starting to be put in, Klinkner added. If it were to rain much the next few weeks, water could get inside the construction and cause delay. “Let’s just hope for no rain,” Klinkner said. Griffon Hall will cost students See wishing to live there $3,100 a

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Unconventional couples receive education on rights

semester. All of the rooms on campus will see a three percent increase in room and board rates, as the recommendations proposed were passed two weeks ago by the Board of Governors. Juniors and Seniors will be the students living there, with the rest of Western students living in the one of the other residence halls. Logan, Juda and Beshears will be available to sophomores, juniors and seniors while Leaverton and Vaselakos will be available for freshman, sophomores and juniors. Scanlon Hall will continue to be for first year students. The new rooms were proposed as an idea in late 2008, hoping to give upperclassmen a chance at better living conditions. Many believe the new rooms have advantages over apartment buildings on and off campus. To start, it is on campus. Students have access to computers, labs, tutoring and food.

Pierce Karguth is a Theater and Video major at Missouri Western.

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New Hall continued from front: Griffon Hall nearing completion Also, students won’t have to pay for electricity, cable or internet, making this a great opportunity for them. Esther Peralez, vice president for student affairs, added more reasons for students to live in the new addition. “It will be a safe and secure environment,” Peralez said. “Students may also choose different meal plans. Aramark has promised to keep the lowest rate possible.” Aside from security and lounging, Griffon Hall was built to add more rooms available at Western. Throughout the increase in students, Western began to have a waiting list. By adding Griffon Hall Western will be able to accommodate more students and incoming freshman will choose Western over other campuses because of the availability and space. “The intent was it gives (stu-

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dents) the opportunity to stay here; live on campus,” Klinkner said. “But in the past, we began to have a waiting list, so we’re exciting for it to be complete because we’re growing.” Students have already told Peralez and Sean O’Reilly, assistant director of Residential Life, that they express interest in living there. The main reason: a single-room apartment. Peralez said that rooms of such are not always offered on other campuses, so by Western being able to have this, students are thrilled. Klinkner also mentioned the rooms as a plus. “(Griffon Hall) is a single room; very much like an apartment feel,” Klinkner said. Griffon Hall will house close to 250 students, helping Western house the most students on campus of all time next semester. They will be able to have roughly 1,340 students living on campus.

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Students vying for opportunity class. Nielson said the name of the video he worked on is called “The Thing from the Drain.” “I really enjoyed this experience,” Nielson said. “This is the first time I have gotten to work with a nationally recognized band. I did some filming for bands at the Gaya festival in Kan., but have never had a opportunity of this magnitude.” Neilson said that the students did most of their filming over spring break. He also stated that it was the first time that he got to work with HD cameras. Pierce Karguth was another student that got to work on the music videos. Karguth is not in the Com 470 class, but in a secondary class that did the editing for all five of the videos.

Karguth says this experience has been awesome and is glad he is a part of it. “I think this whole project for all of the classes involved was just to get some real world experience and be a part of something new that theatre and cinema majors may not have had a chance to do before,” Karguth said. “It will all look great in a portfolio; but the winners will get bragging rights over the rest of the class,” Karguth said. The student’s videos are due on April 6. It is not yet clear when they will be up on the Barenaked Ladies website for fans to vote on. Western students will have the chance to see them before hand at a showing on May 2 in a campus venue.

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Couples continued from front:

Couples learning legality issues how assets should be titled to protect the assets for the surviving partner in the case of death. The written power of attorney is available at Wilson hall Room 204 they are also available at the Missouri Bar Website. Madden discussed the use of domestic partnership agreements and prenuptial agreements for couples.  These agreements are used to protect the partner’s assets in case of a breakup.  If there is not an agreement then the couples have to go into arbitration, mediation or partition suits to settle the breakup. Madden stated that if anything is not jointly held the other partner is not entitled to it

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no matter how long the couple have been together.  “I have to take these interpersonal relationships and translate them into this legal ease the court will understand,” Madden said. Madden discussed second parent adoptions which are not allowed in Missouri. A second parent adoption is that there are two parents of the same gender on the birth certificate, but they do honor the second parent adoptions from other states. Apparently in the absence of  a written agreement or contract only the parent listed on the birth certificate has a legal right to see the child.

NEWS NOTES YWCA and CME host Fifth Annual Women’s Summit at Western The Center for Multicultural Education at Missouri Western State University, in partnership with the YWCA, will host the fifth

annual Global Women’s Leadership Summit on Friday and Saturday, April 8 and 9. This year’s theme is “Defining the Well-Balanced Woman.” There will also be a daylong men’s workshop on Saturday titled “Defining Manhood in the 21st Century.” “The purpose of the summit is to provide a safe and educational environment where dialogue connecting the experiences of women can occur,” said Tay Triggs, assistant dean of student development. “This experience should challenge conventional thoughts about women and womanhood, while supporting growth and the

acquirement of knowledge.” Events begin with a networking social from 6-8 on Friday evening in the Enright Community Room, Leah Spratt Hall rooms 214-216. Admission is $2 with a canned good donation for students and $4 with a canned good donation for others. The social will include appetizers, business card exchanges and prizes. The summit from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. Saturday will include a continental breakfast, keynote speakers, workshops and a luncheon. The student cost is $5; the cost for others is $10. Registration begins at 8 a.m. in the Enright Community Room.

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The Griffon News January 20, 2011

Students should accept Western’s increases ith a student’s lack of time and supreme budgeting knowledge, it’s hard to facEditorial tor money matters; especially matters of whether a student can afford to take classes here. To make matters worse, the Missouri Board of Governors approved a 9.5% increase of tuition. Yet, before throwing yourself off of the top of the Clock Tower, just understand that is done for your benefit. You would think that the increase in revenue from the Spring Sports Complex along with a higher increase in students bring in more money, yet Western’s growth in size has not led to a further growth in money. Since 1999, Missouri Western has increased from 5,000 students to over 6,000. Our growing rate is the highest among the public universities. Yet, Missouri as a state has been cut 12.2% in education. Also, Missouri does not increase money for having more students. But,

Western wants to continuing striving for a larger size, a more convenient campus, and easier accessibility for students, yet must ask for more dollars to make the vision of better success come true. It’s as simple as this. If you want better, you pay for it: If you want a steak dinner with all the trimmings, cooked properly in all the right places, you would not go skipping to IHOP. For Western to have the best, it must ask for students to jump on board and bring their wallets with them. Students should understand that Western is not simply asking for dollars for no reason. It is to keep Western up to date, and a valuable university. A valuable university means a valuable degree from the university, which leads to a valuable career from that degree. Vartabedian even went to student leaders and asked them how they would feel about tuition increase. All of these students agreed to fork over the dollars. The tuition increase will be $17.61 for credit hour. So for 15 credit hours, the increase will be $264.15. Though

the dollar amount is clear, what must be crystal clear is where the exact increase in tuition is going. To make our campus better, and provide a quality university really doesn’t clarify any specifics. For the Board of Governors to really encourage students to pay these amounts, they are going to have to give up the details. Students understand that Missouri as a state is receiving cuts. Students further understand that costs of growing and expenses are becoming steadily harder for the university to pay. But what’s not understood is where the money is going to due and what the increase will be used for. We should stand by Western and accept the future burdens being placed on our accounts, even though we know it doesn’t make life any easier. Yet, college is an investment. So, we should just deem this increase as an investment change and hope that somewhere down the line, the pockets getting looser will one day be fatter.

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Student desires leniency with cell phones in classrooms The right to have cell phones out during class is an ongoing debate. Here’s how I feel about it: We the students make the choice of paying attention in class or not. Students pay to be in their classes and their professor will get paid whether they text or not. The student is the one who could suffer from their decision in the end but that’s their consequence for paying more attention to their phone than their professors. Obviously you shouldn’t be calling your friends to discuss the night’s plans in the middle of your professor’s lecture or play music

and videos on your phone disrupting the entire class. However, you can text and not be disruptive to the classroom. I’m not saying it’s right for someone to be on their phone the entire class. But, if your phone is on silent and your texting quietly on occasion throughout class, or simply checking the time, then what is the real issue? Some teachers have gone as far as walking out of their classrooms or even dropping you from their class if they catch you texting. I do think there are certain times when there should absolutely be no

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cell phones allowed out; like on the day of a test. But on a daily basis when there is only lecturing going on, it doesn’t seem like that big of a deal to me. I can think of several things that are more disrespectful and disruptive to the professor and the rest of the students in the classroom. For example people chomping their gum, clicking their pens, and here’s a big one: listening to their iPod’s in class. Texting seems like such a big deal but I think someone who has an ear bud in one ear with the volume on their iPod high enough that it can be heard by

the person 5 seats away seems more disruptive. If your professor has a problem with you texting in class, listen to them and put your phone away. If you really need to check your phone then simply walk into the hallway for a moment. As of right now this is still just a debate and you should respect your professor’s wishes. Yet until a professor makes it clear that they feel texting is extremely destructive, then I say text away. Obviously the conversation is worth the words missed during lecture.

NCAA Basketball, Football are over while baseball continues With the NCAA Basketball tournament ending on Monday with a Connecticut victory over Butler; the major sports are winding down, soon having baseball the only thing to tune into on television. The University of Connecticut beat Butler on Monday to win the national title. This victory was a great win for Uconn, but it finished up college basketball for the year; so the season ended in a bittersweet moment. The other major sports that stopped a while ago are the National Football League and college football. These two sports ratings were through the roof every week, along with the controversy that followed.

The NBA started a month after these two sports began and also college basketball. America watched all the major sports at one point this year but slowly the major sports were ending. Now the only sport that remains that is on the top of everyone’s watch list is the NBA. The NBA is another sport that will be ending soon, leaving baseball as the last major sport to watch. The game of baseball is very complicated for a lot of people to grasp, so it is boring to a good number of people. Not only is it hard to understand, but the game is very long for many people to watch throughout the whole game.

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9 innings along with each team getting a turn in that inning, can

mean the game could go more than 3 hours each game. Those other major sports that I talked about earlier have an easier concept, and it is not as hard to learn. Baseball has many different categories, not just home runs, but that is the only category someone people know who don’t watch the sport. People who don’t even watch football and basketball get the sport more than any other sport because of the simplicity. In basketball you score points in the basket, and steal the ball and block shots. In football you score touchdowns and intercept the ball. My point is that it is easy to understand these two games, so people are more inclined to watch.

The game of baseball has rich tradition with some of its players like Hank Aaron (the former home run king, and Babe Ruth (the original home run king). The game today has evolved from having a rich tradition, to questions about its many athletes who are now accused of using steroids. This in itself has turned away many people, even the die-hard fans. The negativity is too high in baseball right now, and Barry Bonds (the current home run king) is now in a legal battle because he has been accused of steroid use. His battle is now in a court room to clear his name. Even if his name is cleared, people have already made up in their minds that baseball will

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“I don’t see a real need to increase. Missouri Western is phenomenal the way it is. We even have the chiefs on our campus.”

“Yes, I agree. We have a cheap university. We voted down the technology increase. this is a business and you have to stay updated.”

“Yes, I agree. Our campus needs to keep updated. A lot of students don’t realize what the money is for.”

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“I agree with that. I would like to have the best education I can get. If you give more, you can get more.”

The Griffon News is written and published by students of Missouri Western State University during the fall and spring semesters. The first copy of each issue is free; additional copies are 50 cents. Content of this paper is developed independently of the faculty and administration, or other campus organizations or offices. Readers are encouraged to submit story ideas, information and advertising to The Griffon News office, Eder 221, 4525 Downs Drive, St. Joseph, Mo. 64507, or by phoning (816) 271-4412 (advertising and news room). You may also e-mail thegriffonnews@gmail.com. Copy and advertising must be received by noon Friday, the week prior to publication. Guidelines for letters to the editor: • All letters to the editor must be typed and double spaced. Letters must be no longer than 350-400 words and guest columns no longer than 500 words. Letters and columns will be edited for style. • All letters must include signature and identity verification information, such as phone number. The Griffon News reserves the right to edit all letters for length and Associated Press style. • The Griffon News will not withhold names under any circumstances. Anonymously submitted letters will not be published. • Views expressed on the opinion pages are not necessarily those of The Griffon News staff or Missouri Western State University.

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Lifestyles

The Griffon News April 7, 2011

Aly Rinehart | Staff arinehart@missouriwestern.edu

April is National Poetry Month in the United States. To kick off this month of creativity, Dr. Bill Church, assistant professor of English, along with creative writing instructor Dana Andrews and poetry instructor Megan Thompson brought St. Joseph the Lit Out Loud annual poetry reading. Church is a graduate of Western and wanted to give back an experience he got as a student. “We used to have readings when I was in school,” said Church. “I feel that I should have them for my students.” Lit Out Loud took place at 7 p.m. on March 31 at Whiskey Mansion Bed and Breakfast located at 1723 Francis Street in downtown St. Joseph. Students and community members alike were invited to attend. Anyone who came could read their own creative works or simply be an

audience for those sharing their pieces. This turned out to be a great experience for poets and writers of all kinds. And it was not just limited to St. Joseph residents – Thompson says students from Lawrence have made the trip in the past. “I’m always impressed with the diversity,” Thompson said. Thompson also read a work aloud at the performance, but she said this night was mainly about the students. Readers were hesitant at first, but as more people read, others wanted to read, too. English Literature major Jes Baltezor enjoyed the event as an audience member and as a participant. “This was my first time coming to a reading,” Baltezor said. “I enjoyed every piece, and found the variety interesting.” Baltezor’s stories included “An Open Letter to Frank Capra” and “Real Dolls,” both original works. “An Open Letter” was in-

spired by an out-of-season viewing of “It’s A Wonderful Life.” Seeing it without the Christmas context seemed to take the innocence and magic out of it, according to Baltezor. “Real Dolls” told the story of a man who ordered a lifelike female doll off the internet because he could find love nowhere else. The most interesting – or perhaps scariest – aspect of this story is that Baltezor’s details were based on fact. Events like this help to promote writing, as well as build writer confidence; the audience is not there to judge. It also gives these young poets a sense of belonging. Like the Writer’s Circle here on campus, run by Andrews and Thompson, Lit Out Loud is a place for student writers to get together and receive input on their work. “A big part of writing is being part of a community,” Thompson said. “We try to create that.”

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Lit Out Loud kicks off Poetry Month

Dr. Bill Church reads at the Lit Out Loud event, held at Whiskey Mansion downtown.

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Caitlin Cress | Lifestyles Editor email@missouriwestern.edu

Natalie Portman’s performance in “Black Swan” won almost every prestigious acting award this season. “Swan” never came to theatres in St. Joseph, but now that the film is on DVD, residents of St. Joe can finally see why Portman’s performance was so lauded. “Swan” tells the story of Portman’s Nina, a talented ballerina poised to take over as lead dancer in her company. Nina is an extremely talented dancer and easily fetches the role of the White Swan in her company’s production of “Swan Lake.” But Nina’s unfailing addiction to dance leads to her downfall: one dancer is traditionally cast to play both White and Black Swans, and Nina is deemed too inexperienced, too virginal and too technically perfect to play the sensual Black Swan. This film is not, however, a boring movie just about ballet. Nina’s overwhelming obsession with perfection is quickly revealed, and this fixation leads the audience on a suspenseful, trippy journey through Nina’s dark psyche. Dancing does play a huge role in the film, but the dance scenes are filmed and performed in such a way that they become comparable to any edge-of-your-seat car chase. The audience cannot help but to hold their

breath as Nina whirls around and around en pointe, the floorboards ominously creaking under her. The audience gains a new appreciation of ballet as Nina’s downfall is depicted in dance. Nina’s mind begins to play tricks on her, and self-inflicted wounds appear one minute and disappear the next; both Nina and the audience begin to have a hard time distinguishing the real from the imaginary. Winona Ryder has very little screen time in “Swan,” but her role is pivotal. She plays the dismissed prima ballerina, Beth, forced out before she could gracefully retire. Ryder beautifully captures Beth’s sense of desperation—her constant drunken state and ill-fitting, slightly-off clothes help the audience see her as the it girl of days past. Ryder leaves an intense impact in a short period of time, and was not recognized enough for her work in this film. Another under-appreciated player in “Swan” is Barbara Hershey, as Nina’s coddling, controlling mother, Erica. Erica is a retired dancer and

shoves her failed dreams on Nina; it is easy to see how Nina may be so easily pushed over the edge. Nina lives at home with her mother, in the same pink and lace room she occupied as a small girl. An extra bedroom in their apartment is devoted to Erica’s paintings: portraits of Nina, in varying stages of realism, line the walls. Erica treats Nina as a little girl, and Nina’s deviations to this ideal cause an incredible rage from Erica Hershey pulls this off incredibly. She is terrifying; close up shots of her face resemble an angry dragon: eyes flashing, face flushing and veins popping. Finally, Natalie Portman is amazing as Nina. Her whole body is devoted to the role—an already petite Portman shed ten to fifteen pounds and trained for many months to achieve the ideal dancer’s figure. Her training allowed her to do much of the dancing herself, although, reportedly, not the incredibly difficult en pointe technique. The shots of Nina on her very tip toes were handled by a double. Regardless, Portman’s literal embodiment of Nina allows the audience to be entirely immersed in the story: the audience cringes as Nina tears her own flesh, their hearts quicken as Nina performs for the first time, and their heads swim as they try to make sense of the whole thing. Portman wows in this near “perfect” film.

Brent Ault | Staff brentault@gmail.com With a new organization on campus, much cannot be expected early on, but the Missouri Western Democrats have proven that wrong. Many students are unaware of the organization and its purpose. Amanda Johnson, president of Missouri Western Democrats, is a senior and a double major in political science, sociology and a minor in English literature. She is a busy woman, but finds time to be involved with the organization.
 “The organization has many different purposes,” Johnson said. “We have three components. We have education, social and activism. We get involved with local democrats in the community and their organizations. We did a charity event to raise money for a few candidates that were running. We also do social events, like a movie night with each other. We do educational meetings with guest speakers on particular topics.”
 Cara Judd is the treasurer for the organization and a junior at Missouri Western with a major in English literature. She said that the organization has a different approach to every month.
 “The month of March was our education awareness month,” Judd said. “We had Melanie Smith, the superintendent for the Saint Joseph school district come; she was our guest speaker at a meeting. This month I believe our focus is environment.”
 Jessica McMinn is the vice president of the organization and a junior at Missouri Western, majoring in English education. McMinn is worried the organization is not growing as fast as they’d hoped because some students may think the organization is just an excuse for students to sit around and talk down on the Republicans.

“We want our organization to grow,” McMinn said. “As it stands, we do not have many members, and honestly it’s a little strange. We believe we don’t have many because students see us as partisan, but we’re not. If anything, that is the most important point. We are about critical and current issues facing our country, our school and our families. We believe everyone has the right to be informed and we provide the information for free.”
 The organization is not just sitting around talking about local legislation or issues we are facing today; the organization is becoming involved with charities in the area.
 “We actually had a fairly decent fundraiser right before the Christmas break,” Judd said. “About $180 was raised and we donated tons and tons of socks and underwear, hats, gloves and all kinds of things we had took in.”
 The Missouri Western Democrats are not a picky bunch. Anyone is allowed to attend the meetings even if they are not a member. The main goal for this organization is to introduce politics to the students with the hopes the students will understand what is happening in the world.
 “People kind of have a stigma about politics and about government, but particularly, it is something that affects us as students,” Johnson said. “There is so much that is happening in legislation with about education. That affects us and if you get involved, whether you are Republican or Democrat, chances are you can do more about it.”
 The students involved with this newly formed organization have a plan to take it to a new level. It is slow to become recognized on campus, but the students are handing out flyers and posting everything they can on bulletin boards in hopes to create a stronger following.
 “Right now, since we just started, we have

Haley Jennings | Staff

Western Democrats invite all to participate

Missouri Western Democrats President, senior Amanda Johnson runs the meeting.

eight official members,” Johnson said. “I am hoping to get more because once I leave and the rest of the board graduates next year, we need to have a strong core that can continue. Democrats have kind of come and gone on campus, so I am hoping we will have a stronger following, especially with the presidential election after I am gone.”
 The organization is consistent on their meetings. Order is a major part of what goes into politics and the Missouri Western Democrats have not missed a beat.
 “We meet twice a month every month,” Johnson said. “We do one educational meeting and one social meeting. We meet in Spratt 205 every other Monday at 7:30 p.m. Our next meeting will be on April 4 and then

April 18. We will then have a final meeting which will just be a get together and start making plans for next semester.”
 The organization will not be handled just during the school year; the official members will stay in touch and work out details on events for the fall.
 “The great thing about working with the community Democrats is they keep us together,” Johnson said. “They keep events going for us. We participate back and forth throughout the summer, we go to their events and they come to ours. They also help with advertisement and keeping it going in circulation because they have more channels and connections then we do.”

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SUMMER 2011

Online Classes title...................................................... dates.............. location......hrs... instructor...................number/section...crn#

BIOLOGY

Methods Tch Sec Lang Stu................ 5/31-7/21....... Online........3...... Dickerson, E.............TSL 660-40.....30354 Research in ELL................................. 5/31-7/21....... Online........3...... Dickerson, E.............TSL 663-40.....30355

biology

Pathophysiology................................. 5/31-7/21....... Online........4...... Walton, K..................BIO 375-40.....30357

title...................................................... dates.............. location......hrs... instructor...................number/section...crn#

Student must be able to come to campus or have approved proctor for exams every other Thurs.

physical therapy assistant

Intro to Physical Therapy................... 5/31-7/21....... Online........1...... Raffensperger, M......PTA 100-40.....30226

BUSINESS marketing

Principles of Marketing...................... 5/31-7/21....... Online........3...... Scarfino, D................MKT 301-40...30249

COMPUTER SCIENCE, MATH & PHYSICS physics

Intro to Astronomy Lecture............... 5/31-7/21....... Online........4...... Godfrey, C.................PHY 104-40....30068 Register for Lecture and Lab. Labs are on campus.

CRIMINAL JUSTICE & LEGAL STUDIES criminal justice

Intro to Criminal Justice..................... 5/31-7/21....... Online........3...... Jang, H......................LAW 100-40....30157 Juvenile Delinquency......................... 5/31-7/21....... Online........3...... Nicholson, D.............LAW 110-40....30247 Understanding Research in CJ........... 5/31-7/21....... Online........3...... Jang, H......................LAW 255-40....30161 Criminal Law...................................... 5/31-7/21....... Online........3...... Courtney, B...............LAW 260-40....30162 Police Photography Lecture............... 5/31-7/21....... Online........2...... Nicholson, D.............LAW 275-40....30371 Register for Lecture and Lab. Police Photography Lab..................... 5/31-7/21....... Online........0...... Nicholson, D.............LAW 275-41....30376 Register for Lecture and Lab. Practicum I......................................... 5/31-7/21....... Online........3...... Tushaus, D................LAW 290-40....30259 Criminal Investigation....................... 5/31-7/21....... Online........3...... Nicholson, D.............LAW 310-40....30259 Intermediate Criminal Law................ 5/31-7/21....... Online........3...... Staff...........................LAW 410-40....30165 Internship............................................ 5/31-7/21....... Online........3...... Tushaus, D................LAW 465-40....30171 Senior Seminar................................... 5/31-7/21....... Online........3...... Katz, J.......................LAW 470-45....30372

ENGLISH, FOREIGN LANGUAGES & JOURNALISM english

College Writing and Research........... 5/31-7/21....... Online........3...... Bartels, C..................ENG 108-40....30066 Approaches to Literature................... 5/31-7/21....... Online........3...... Bensyl, S...................ENG 210-40....30069 Seminar Professional Writing............ 5/31-7/21....... Online........3...... Frick, M....................ENG 612-40....30330

HEALTH, PHYSICAL ED & RECREATION physical education

Fitness and Wellness Lecture............. 5/31-7/21....... Online........3...... Kriewitz, K...............PED 101-40.....30227 Register for Lecture and Lab. Fitness and Wellness Lab................... 5/31-7/21....... Online........0...... Kriewitz, K...............PED 101-41.....30229 Register for Lecture and Lab. Kinesiology........................................ 5/31-6/23....... Online........3...... Kraft, J.......................PED 303-45.....30236 Socio Aspects Sports Phys Act.......... 5/31-6/23....... Online........3...... Russell, W.................PED 375-45.....30239 Personal & Environmental Hlth........ 5/31-6/23....... Online........3...... Bergman, R...............PED 391-45.....30370

MUSIC music

Perspectives in Music: Popular Music in US... 5/31-7/21....... Online........3...... Gilmour, F.................MUS 101-40....30158 Perspectives in Music: Jazz............... 5/31-7/21....... Online........3...... Edwards, T................MUS 101-43....30251

NURSING allied health

Medical Terminology......................... 5/31-7/21....... Online........2...... O’Connor, K.............ALH 106-40....30166 Applied Nutrition............................... 5/31-7/21....... Online........2...... Nuckolls, K...............ALH 352-40....30168

health information technology

Introduction to Law............................ 5/31-6/23....... Online........3...... Kissock, S.................LAT 101-40.....30156

Computers in Healthcare................... 5/31-7/21....... Online........2...... Wolter, J....................HIT 116-40......30176 Pharmacology..................................... 5/31-7/21....... Online........3...... Dolan, M...................HIT 132-40......30182 Quality Mgt in Healthcare................. 5/31-7/21....... Online........3...... Spath, P.....................HIT 250-40......30184 Professional Practice Experience....... 5/31-7/21....... Online........2...... Dolan, M...................HIT 271-40......30190

ECONOMICS

POLITICAL SCIENCE, SOCIAL WORK & SOCIOLOGY

legal assistant

economics

Principles of Microeconomics........... 5/31-7/21....... Online........3...... Courington, J.............ECO 261-40....30121 Money and Banking........................... 5/31-7/21....... Online........3...... Hamzee, R.................ECO 363-40....30125

EDUCATION education

Educational Psychology..................... 5/31-7/21....... Online........2...... Wall, T.......................EDU 225-40....30344 Psychology & Educ of Exc. Stu........ 5/31-6/23....... Online........2...... Eicher, D...................EDU 315-45....30346 Behavior Management....................... 5/31-6/23....... Online........2...... Claflin, M..................EDU 370-45....30149 Policy Decisions................................. 5/31-6/23....... Online........3...... Eddins, B...................EDU 510-45....30133 21st Century Educators...................... 5/31-7/21....... Online........3...... Smith, M...................EDU 520-40....30132 Seminar Professional Writing............ 5/31-7/21....... Online........3...... Frick, M....................EDU 612-40....30331 Data Informed Analysis & Dec......... 5/31-7/21....... Online........3...... Edwards, N...............EDU 615-40....30131 App. Educational Research................ 5/31-6/23....... Online........3...... Ellis, J........................EDU 620-45....30130 Fundamentals of ASD........................ 5/31-7/21....... Online........3...... Robbins, L.................EDU 650-40....30271 Beh. Int. for Stud. with ASD.............. 5/31-7/21....... Online........3...... Robbins, L.................EDU 653-40....30273

english as a second language

Methods Tch Sec Lang Stu................ 5/31-7/21....... Online........3...... Dickerson, E.............TSL 468-40.....30353

sociology

Introduction to Sociology.................. 6/27-7/21....... Online........3...... Kamali, A..................SOC 110-46.....30364 Social Problems.................................. 5/31-7/21....... Online........3...... Kamali, A..................SOC 230-40.....30002 Criminology....................................... 5/31-7/21....... Online........3...... Kibirige, J..................SOC 430-40..... 30118 Sociological Theory........................... 5/31-7/21....... Online........3...... Kibirige, J..................SOC 440-40.....30365

PSYCHOLOGY psychology

Life-Span Development..................... 6/27-7/21....... Online........3...... Deka, T......................PSY 240-46.....30178 Introduction to Forensic Psych.......... 5/31-7/21....... Online........3...... Bargar, J....................PSY 290-41.....30179 Abnormal Psychology........................ 5/31-7/21....... Online........3...... Phillips, R..................PSY 390-41.....30350 Psychology of Personality................. 5/31-7/21....... Online........3...... Bargar, J....................PSY 325-41.....30352

WESTERN INSTITUTE continuing education

Academic & Career Research........... 5/31-6/24....... Online........2...... Garlinger, L...............CED 149-45....30010 Academic & Career Research........... 6/27-7/21....... Online........2...... Garlinger, L...............CED 149-46.... 30011 Nutrition & Weight Control............... 5/31-7/21....... Online........3...... Harrison, S................CED 278-40....30009

SUMMER 2011

Face-to-Face Classes title............................................... dates............location...................hrs... instructor...............number/section...crn#

ART art

Introduction to Art....................... 5/31-7/21.....Popplewell 105........ 3.... Fuson, E................ART 100-01.....30203 M,T,W,Th 2:00-3:00 pm Motion Graphics.......................... 6/27-7/21.....Potter 204................. 3.... Hriso, P.................ART 296-16.....30382 M,T,W,Th 12:00-5:20 pm Illustration I................................. 5/31-6/23.....Potter 210................. 3.... Sipp, G..................ART 315-14.....30359 M,T,W,Th 12:00-5:20 pm Topics in History of Cinema....... 5/31-6/23.....Potter 107................. 3.... Sauls, A.................ART 324-14.....30358 M,T,W,Th 8:30-11:50 am Illustration II................................ 5/31-6/23.....Potter 210................. 3.... Sipp, G..................ART 375-14.....30360 M,T,W,Th 12:00-5:20 pm Independent Research/Project.... 5/31-7/21.....Potter 205................. 3.... Sipp, G..................ART 450-01.....30286 Times Arranged Illustration III............................... 5/31-6/23.....Potter 210................. 3.... Sipp, G..................ART 475-14.....30361 M,T,W,Th 12:00-5:20 pm Internship In Art.......................... 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 2.... Harris, T................ART 493-01.....30198 Internship In Art.......................... 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 3.... Harris, T................ART 493-02.....30199 Internship In Art.......................... 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 4.... Harris, T................ART 493-03.....30200 Internship In Art.......................... 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 5.... Harris, T................ART 493-04.....30201 Internship In Art.......................... 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 6.... Harris, T................ART 493-05.....30202

BIOLOGY biology

Principles of Biology Lecture..... 5/31-7/21.....Agenstein 224.......... 5.... Rushin, J...............BIO 101-01.....30189 M,T,W,Th 9:30-11:10 am Register for a lecture and a lab. Principles of Biology Lab........... 5/31-7/21.....Remington 209......... 0.... Chevalier, C..........BIO 101-02.....30210 T,Th 7:30-9:20 am Register for a lecture and a lab. Principles of Biology Lab........... 5/31-7/21.....Remington 209......... 0.... Chevalier, C..........BIO 101-03..... 30211 T,Th 11:20 am-1:10 pm Register for a lecture and a lab. Anatomy & Physiology Lecture.... 5/31-7/21.....Agenstein 324.......... 5.... Rachow, T.............BIO 250-01.....30214 M,T,W,Th 9:00-10:50 am Register for a lecture and a lab. Anatomy & Physiology Lab....... 5/31-7/21.....Remington 208......... 0.... Rachow, T.............BIO 250-02.....30215 M,W 11:00 am-12:50 pm Register for a lecture and a lab. Anatomy & Physiology Lab....... 5/31-7/21.....Remington 208......... 0.... Rachow, T.............BIO 250-03.....30216 T,Th 11:00 am-12:50 pm Register for a lecture and a lab. Teaching Practicum..................... 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 1.... Eckdahl, T.............BIO 420-01.....30218 Teaching Practicum..................... 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 2.... Eckdahl, T.............BIO 420-02.....30219 Biology Internship....................... 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 1.... Eckdahl, T.............BIO 425-01.....30220 Biology Internship....................... 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 2.... Eckdahl, T.............BIO 425-02.....30221 Independent Research/Project.... 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 1.... Eckdahl, T.............BIO 450-01.....30223 Independent Research/Project.... 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 2.... Eckdahl, T.............BIO 450-02.....30224

title..............................................dates................location..................hrs....... instructor..........number/section....crn# Independent Research/Project.... 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 3.... Eckdahl, T.............BIO 450-03.....30281

physical therapy assistant

Clinical Education I..................... 6/27-7/21.....Arranged.................. 3.... Hardwick, C..........PTA 185-16.....30228 Clinical Education III.................. 5/31-6/23.....Arranged.................. 5.... Hardwick, C..........PTA 290-15.....30230 Clinical Seminar.......................... 6/27-7/21.....Arranged.................. 1.... Raffensperger, M..PTA 295-16.....30232

BUSINESS accounting

Introductory Financial Acctg...... 5/31-7/21.....Popplewell 301........ 3.... Jirkovsky, D..........ACC 201-01....30150 M,W 8:00-10:45 am Introductory Managerial Acctg..... 5/31-7/21.....Popplewell 301........ 3.... Jirkovsky, D..........ACC 202-01....30151 M,W 11:00 am-1:45 pm Accounting Internship................. 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 1.... Williamson, T.......ACC 375-01....30137 Accounting Internship................. 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 2.... Williamson, T.......ACC 375-02....30138 Accounting Internship................. 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 3.... Williamson, T.......ACC 375-03....30139 Accounting Internship................. 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 4.... Williamson, T.......ACC 375-04....30140 Accounting Internship................. 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 5.... Williamson, T.......ACC 375-05....30141 Accounting Internship................. 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 6.... Williamson, T.......ACC 375-06....30142

finance

Financial Management................ 5/31-6/23.....Popplewell 302........ 3.... Kang, S.................FIN 301-01......30155 M,T,W,Th 11:00 am-1:45 pm

general business

Business Communications.......... 5/31-7/21.....Popplewell 307........ 3.... Jordan, D...............GBA 220-01....30152 T,Th 8:00-10:45 am Business Statistics II................... 5/31-7/21.....Popplewell 207........ 3.... Staff.......................GBA 310-01....30154 M,W 5:00-7:45 pm Business Internship..................... 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 1.... Payne, B................GBA 375-01....30143 Business Internship..................... 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 2.... Payne, B................GBA 375-02....30144 Business Internship..................... 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 3.... Payne, B................GBA 375-03....30145 Business Internship..................... 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 4.... Payne, B................GBA 375-04....30146 Business Internship..................... 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 6.... Payne, B................GBA 375-06....30148 Directed Student Research.......... 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 3.... Ertekin, S..............GBA 480-02....30275

management

Management of Organizations.... 5/31-6/23.....Popplewell 308........ 3.... Staff.......................MGT 305-15...30380 M,T,W,Th 10:00 am-12:45 pm Strategic Management................ 6/27-7/21.....Popplewell 308........ 3.... Krueger, W...........MGT 419-06...30153 M,T,W,Th 8:00-10:45 am


title..............................................dates................location..................hrs....... instructor..........number/section....crn#

title..............................................dates................location..................hrs....... instructor..........number/section....crn#

CHEMISTRY

ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY

chemistry

Fund. of Chemistry Lecture........ 5/31-7/21.....Agenstein 330.......... 5.... Archer, L...............CHE 104-01....30008 M,T,W,Th 8:00-9:40 am Register for a lecture and a lab. Fund. of Chemistry Lab.............. 5/31-7/21.....Remington 317......... 0.... Baumann, G..........CHE 104-02....30012 M,W 10:00-11:50 am Register for a lecture and a lab. Fund. of Chemistry Lab.............. 5/31-7/21.....Remington 317......... 0.... Baumann, G..........CHE 104-03....30013 T,Th 10:00-11:50 am Register for a lecture and a lab. Organic Chemistry I.................... 5/31-7/21.....Agenstein 323.......... 3.... Lorimor, S.............CHE 310-01....30017 M,T,W,Th 8:00-9:15 am Organic Chemistry Lab I............ 5/31-7/21.....Remington 308......... 2.... Lorimor, S.............CHE 311-11.....30018 M,T,W,Th 9:30 am-12:20 pm Must be accompanied by CHE 310. Quantitative Analysis Lecture..... 5/31-7/21.....Agenstein 326.......... 4.... Hiley, S.................CHE 321-01....30340 M,T,W,Th 8:00-8:50 am Register for a lecture and a lab. Quantitative Analysis Lab........... 5/31-7/21.....Remington 301......... 0.... Hiley, S.................CHE 321-02....30341 M,T,W,Th 9:00-11:50 am Register for a lecture and a lab. Independent Research/Project.... 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 1.... Caldwell, B...........CHE 450-01....30019 Independent Research/Project.... 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 2.... Caldwell, B...........CHE 450-02....30020 Independent Research/Project.... 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 3.... Caldwell, B...........CHE 450-03....30021 Research in Chemistry................ 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 1.... Caldwell, B...........CHE 490-01....30024 Research in Chemistry................ 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 2.... Caldwell, B...........CHE 490-02....30025 Research in Chemistry................ 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 3.... Caldwell, B...........CHE 490-03....30026

medical technology

Clinical Hematology................... 5/31-7/21.....Off Campus.............. 6.... Caldwell, B...........MTE 434-01....30027 Times Arranged

COMMUNICATION STUDIES & THEATER communication studies

Oral Communications................. 5/31-7/21.....Murphy 205.............. 3.... Hunt, M.................COM 104-01...30174 M,T,W,Th 9:30-10:50 am Oral Communications................. 5/31-6/23.....Murphy 206.............. 3.... Harris, S................COM 104-14...30322 M,T,W,Th 8:00-10:45 am Oral Communications................. 5/31-6/23.....Murphy 206.............. 3.... Bond, C.................COM 104-15...30175 M,T,W,Th 11:00 am-1:45 pm Oral Communications................. 6/27-7/21.....Murphy 206.............. 3.... Bond, C.................COM 104-16...30177 M,T,W,Th 11:00 am-1:45 pm

COMPUTER SCIENCE, MATH & PHYSICS applications of computer tech

Intro/Web Page Development..... 5/31-7/21.....Remington 108......... 3.... Becker, D..............ACT 102-01....30028 M,T,W,Th 11:00 am-12:20 pm

computer science

Microcomputer Applications...... 5/31-7/21.....Remington 105......... 3.... Noynaert, J............CSC 201-01.....30031 M,T,W,Th 9:30-10:50 am iPhone Applications.................... 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 3.... Yan, B...................CSC 450-03.....30266 M,T,W,Th 9:00-10:20 am Internship in Comp. Science....... 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 3.... Staff.......................CSC 451-03.....30032 Network Inf. Systems Security... 5/31-7/21.....Remington 117......... 3.... Yan, B...................CSC 610-01..... 30119 M,T,W,Th 12:30-1:50 pm

mathematics

Foundations/Univ. Math I........... 5/31-7/21.....Popplewell 108........ 3.... Moore, R...............MAT 081-01....30033 M,T,W,Th 9:30-10:50 am Foundations/Univ. Math I........... 5/31-7/21.....Popplewell 108........ 3.... Moore, R...............MAT 081-02....30034 M,T,W,Th 11:00 am-12:20 pm Foundations/Univ. Math I........... 5/31-7/21.....Popplewell 108........ 3.... Moore, R...............MAT 081-03....30035 T,Th 5:00-7:30 pm Foundations/Univ. Math II.......... 5/31-7/21.....Popplewell 108........ 3.... Moore, R...............MAT 082-01....30036 M,T,W,Th 9:30-10:50 am Foundations/Univ. Math II.......... 5/31-7/21.....Popplewell 108........ 3.... Moore, R...............MAT 082-02....30037 M,T,W,Th 11:00 am-12:20 pm Foundations/Univ. Math II.......... 5/31-7/21.....Popplewell 108........ 3.... Moore, R...............MAT 082-03....30038 T,Th 5:00-7:30 pm Foundations/Univ. Math III........ 5/31-7/21.....Popplewell 108........ 3.... Moore, R...............MAT 083-01....30039 M,T,W,Th 9:30-10:50 am Foundations/Univ. Math III........ 5/31-7/21.....Popplewell 108........ 3.... Moore, R...............MAT 083-02....30040 M,T,W,Th 11:00 am-12:20 pm Foundations/Univ. Math III........ 5/31-7/21.....Popplewell 108........ 3.... Moore, R...............MAT 083-03....30041 T,Th 5:00-7:30 pm Contemporary Problem Solving.... 5/31-7/21.....Remington 117......... 3.... Saffell, S...............MAT 110-01....30047 M,T,W,Th 11:00 am-12:20 pm Finite Mathematics...................... 5/31-7/21.....Agenstein 123.......... 3.... Ottinger, M...........MAT 112-01....30052 M,T,W,Th 11:00 am-12:20 pm College Algebra........................... 5/31-7/21.....Agenstein 126.......... 3.... Rice, G..................MAT 116-01....30054 M,T,W,Th 11:00 am-12:20 pm College Algebra........................... 5/31-7/21.....Agenstein 126.......... 3.... Rice, G..................MAT 116-02....30303 M,T,W,Th 12:30-1:50 pm Elementary Statistics................... 5/31-7/21.....Agenstein 123.......... 3.... Ottinger, M...........MAT 132-01....30057 M,T,W,Th 9:00-10:50 am Calculus/Analytical Geometry I.... 5/31-7/21.....Agenstein 119.......... 5.... Poet, J....................MAT 167-01....30060 M,T,W,Th 11:00 am-1:05 pm Math Methods in Elem School.... 5/31-7/21.....Murphy 104.............. 3.... Edwards, N...........MAT 351-01....30061 M,T,W,Th 11:00 am-12:20 pm Math Methods in Elem School.... 5/31-7/21.....KC Northland........... 3.... Edwards, N...........MAT 351-20....30062 M,T,W,Th 8:00-9:20 am Mathematics Elem/Middle Teac.... 5/31-7/21.....KC Northland........... 3.... Lee, K...................MAT 352-20....30064 M,T,W,Th 9:30-10:50 am Math/Elem/Middle Teachers II... 5/31-7/21.....Remington 117......... 3.... Staff.......................MAT 353-01....30065 M,T,W,Th 2:00-3:20 pm Independent Research/Project.... 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 3.... Wang, T.................MAT 450-01....30313

physics

Introduction to Astronomy Lab.... 5/31-7/21 . ..Remington 111......... 0.... Godfrey, C............PHY 104-02....30070 M,W 11:00 am-1:50 pm Register for a lecture and a lab. Introduction to Astronomy Lab.... 5/31-7/21.....Remington 111......... 0.... Godfrey, C............PHY 104-03....30071 T,Th 11:00 am-1:50 pm Register for a lecture and a lab. Intro to Astronomy Lecture........ 5/31-7/21.....Online....................... 4.... Godfrey, C............PHY 104-40....30068 Register for a lecture and a lab. College Physics I Lecture........... 5/31-7/21.....Remington 117......... 4.... Bucklein, B...........PHY 110-01.....30073 M,T,W,Th 9:30-10:50 am Register for a lecture and a lab. College Physics I Lab................. 5/31-7/21.....Remington 109......... 0.... Bucklein, B...........PHY 110-02.....30075 M,W 11:00 am-1:50 pm Register for a lecture and a lab.

CRIMINAL JUSTICE & LEGAL STUDIES criminal justice

Independent Research/Project.... 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 3.... Staff.......................LAW 450-01....30170 Forensic Anthropology............... 5/23-5/28.....Arranged.................. 3.... Waldrip, E.............LAW 496-14....30383 M,T,W,Th,F,Sa 8:00 am-5:00 pm Human Remains.......................... 5/30-6/4.......Arranged.................. 3.... Waldrip, E.............LAW 497-15....30384 M,T,W,Th,F,Sa 8:00 am-5:00 pm Bloodstain Pattern Analysis........ 6/27-7/2.......Arranged.................. 3.... Waldrip, E.............LAW 498-16....30385 M,T,W,Th,F,Sa 8:00 am-5:00 pm Bloodstain Pattern Analysis........ 6/27-7/2.......Arranged.................. 3.... Waldrip, E.............LAW 510-16....30375 M,T,W,Th,F,Sa 8:00 am-5:00 pm Forensic Anthropology............... 5/23-5/28.....Arranged.................. 3.... Waldrip, E.............LAW 525-14....30373 M,T,W,Th,F,Sa 8:00 am-5:00 pm Human Remains.......................... 5/30-6/4.......Arranged.................. 3.... Waldrip, E.............LAW 530-15....30374 M,T,W,Th,F,Sa 8:00 am-5:00 pm

policing

Critical Aspects of Policing I...... 5/11-5/26.....Downtown................ 3.... Wilson, K..............POL 100-02.....30386 M,T,W,Th,F 8:00 am-5:00 pm Critical Aspects of Policing I...... 5/11-5/26.....Downtown................ 3.... Wilson, K..............POL 100-03.....30387 M,T,Th 5:30-10:00 pm / Sa 8:00 am-5:00 pm Critical Aspects of Policing I...... 5/11-5/26.....Downtown................ 3.... Wilson, K..............POL 100-04.....30388 M,T,Th 5:30-10:00 pm / Sa 8:00 am-5:00 pm Critical Aspects of Policing I...... 5/11-5/26.....Downtown................ 3.... Wilson, K..............POL 100-05.....30389 M,T,Th 5:30-10:00 pm / Sa 8:00 am-5:00 pm Critical Aspects of Policing 2..... 5/31-6/23.....Downtown................ 3.... Wilson, K..............POL 130-02.....30390 M,T,W,Th,F 8:00 am-5:00 pm Critical Aspects of Policing 2..... 5/31-7/21.....Downtown................ 3.... Wilson, K..............POL 130-03.....30391 M,T,Th 5:30-10:00 pm / Sa 8:00 am-5:00 pm Critical Aspects of Policing 2..... 5/31-7/21.....Downtown................ 3.... Wilson, K..............POL 130-04.....30392 M,T,Th 5:30-10:00 pm / Sa 8:00 am-5:00 pm Critical Aspects of Policing 2..... 5/31-7/21.....Downtown................ 3.... Wilson, K..............POL 130-05.....30393 M,T,Th 5:30-10:00 pm / Sa 8:00 am-5:00 pm Critical Aspects of Policing I...... 6/27-7/21.....Wilson 184............... 3.... Wilson, K..............POL 100-01.....30394 M,T,W,Th,F 8:00 am-5:00 pm Critical Aspects of Policing 2..... 6/27-7/21.....Wilson 184............... 3.... Wilson, K..............POL 130-01.....30395 M,T,W,Th,F 8:00 am-5:00 pm

ECONOMICS economics

Current Issues in the Economy... 5/31-6/23.....Popplewell 204........ 3.... McMurry, P...........ECO 101-15....30120 M,T,W,Th 8:00-10:45 am Principles of Macroeconomics.... 5/31-6/23.....Popplewell 204........ 3.... Vargha, N..............ECO 260-15....30123 M,T,W,Th 11:00 am-1:45 pm Labor Economics........................ 5/31-6/23.....Popplewell 204........ 3.... Vargha, N.............ECO 364-15....30253 M,T,W,Th 5:00-7:45 pm

EDUCATION education

Instructional Media..................... 6/27-7/21.....Murphy 114.............. 2.... Staff.......................EDU 331-16....30127 M,T,W,Th 11:00 am-1:45 pm Assessing & Individualizing....... 5/31-6/23.....Murphy 112.............. 3.... Smith, M...............EDU 360-15....30129 M,T,W,Th 11:00 am-1:45 pm Topics in Teaching Writing......... 5/31-6/23.....Off Campus.............. 1.... Dierking, R...........EDU 501-15....30333 Prof Learning Community.......... 6/20-6/23.....Murphy 106, Eder 210...2.... Pankiewicz, T.......EDU 502-15....30335 M,T,W,Th 8:00 am-4:00 pm PLWP Invitational Institute......... 5/31-7/21.....Arranged......................6.... Pankiewicz, T.......EDU 610-01....30329 Improving Outcomes: Document.... 5/31-7/21.....Arranged......................3.... Frick, M................EDU 630-01....30314 Improving Outcomes: Document.... 5/31-7/21.....Arranged......................6.... Staff.......................EDU 630-02....30366

english as a second language

TESOL Practicum....................... 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 3.... Dickerson, E.........TSL 665-01.....30356

construction engineering technology

Technological Projects ............... 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 3.... Yang, X.................CET 390-01.....30042

electronics engineering technology

Technological Projects................ 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 3.... Yang, X.................EET 390-01.....30048

engineering technology

Engineering Technology Interns.... 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 1.... Yang, X.................EGT 490-01.....30049 Engineering Technology Interns.... 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 2.... Yang, X.................EGT 490-02.....30050 Engineering Technology Interns.... 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 3.... Yang, X.................EGT 490-03.....30053 Engineering Technology Interns.... 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 4.... Yang, X.................EGT 490-04.....30055

manufacturing engineering technology

Design Project/Indust Internship.... 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 3.... Yang, X.................MET 390-01....30056 Design Project/Indust Internship.... 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 4.... Yang, X.................MET 390-02....30058

ENGLISH, FOREIGN LANG. & JOURNALISM english

Intro to College Writing.............. 5/31-7/21.....Murphy 220, Eder 222.... 3.... Frogge, S...............ENG 100-01....30051 M,T,W,Th (Murphy 220) 8:30-9:45 am / M,W (Eder 222) 10:00-10:50 am College Writing and Rhetoric..... 5/31-7/21.....Murphy 219.............. 3.... Andrews, D...........ENG 104-01....30327 M,T,W,Th 9:30-10:45 am College Writing and Rhetoric..... 5/31-6/23.....Murphy 104.............. 3.... Rosenauer, K........ENG 104-15....30102 M,T,W,Th 8:00-10:45 am College Writing and Research.... 6/27-7/21.....Murphy 105.............. 3.... Katchen, M...........ENG 108-16....30103 M,T,W,Th 11:00 am-1:50 pm Internship in English................... 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 1.... Frick, M................ENG 316-01....30072 Internship in English................... 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 2.... Frick, M................ENG 316-02....30074 Internship in English................... 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 3.... Frick, M................ENG 316-03....30076 Internship in English................... 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 4.... Frick, M................ENG 316-04....30077 Internship in English................... 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 5.... Frick, M................ENG 316-05....30078 Internship in English................... 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 6.... Frick, M................ENG 316-06....30079 Independent Research/Project.... 5/31-6/23.....Arranged.................. 1.... Cadden, M............ENG 450-15....30381 Topics in Teaching Writing......... 5/31-6/23.....Off Campus.............. 1.... Dierking, R...........ENG 501-01....30332 Prof Learning Community.......... 6/20-6/23.....Eder 210, Murphy 106.... 2.... Pankiewicz, T.......ENG 502-15....30334 M,T,W,Th 8:00 am-4:00 pm PLWP Invitational Institute......... 5/31-7/21..... Arranged.................. 6.... Pankiewicz, T.......ENG 610-01....30328

english public relations

Internship in Public Relations..... 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 2.... Frick, M................EPR 316-01.....30085 Internship in Public Relations..... 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 3.... Frick, M................EPR 316-02.....30086 Internship in Public Relations..... 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 4.... Frick, M................EPR 316-03.....30087 Internship in Public Relations..... 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 5.... Frick, M................EPR 316-04.....30088 Internship in Public Relations..... 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 6.... Frick, M................EPR 316-05.....30089

english technical communication

Internship Tech Communications..... 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 2.... Frick, M................ETC 316-01.....30090 Internship Tech Communications..... 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 3.... Frick, M................ETC 316-02.....30091 Internship Tech Communications..... 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 4.... Frick, M................ETC 316-03.....30092 Internship Tech Communications..... 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 5.... Frick, M................ETC 316-04.....30093 Internship Tech Communications..... 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 6.... Frick, M................ETC 316-05.....30094 Internship Tech Communications..... 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 3.... Frick, M................ETC 616-01.....30258

journalism

Internship in Journalism.............. 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 2.... Frick, M................JOU 316-01.....30095 Internship in Journalism.............. 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 3.... Frick, M................JOU 316-02.....30096 Internship in Journalism.............. 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 4.... Frick, M................JOU 316-03.....30097 Internship in Journalism.............. 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 5.... Frick, M................JOU 316-04.....30098 Internship in Journalism.............. 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 6.... Frick, M................JOU 316-05.....30099

spanish

Elementary Spanish I.................. 5/31-6/23.....Eder 223................... 3.... Castilla Ortiz, F....SPA 100-15...... 30110 M,T,W,Th 8:00-10:45 am Elementary Spanish II................. 6/27-7/21.....Eder 223................... 3.... Youngkeit, J..........SPA 101-16......30254 M,T,W,Th 8:00-10:45 am Internship in Spanish................... 5/31-6/23.....Arranged.................. 3.... Vazquez, K............SPA 316-15......30377

HEALTH, PHYSICAL ED & RECREATION physical education

Fitness and Wellness Lecture...... 5/31-7/21.....Looney 114.............. 3.... Foley, A.................PED 101-01.....30022 M,T,W,Th 9:00-9:50 am Register for lecture and lab. Fitness and Wellness Lab............ 5/31-7/21.....Baker 121................. 0.... Foley, A.................PED 101-02.....30225 M,T,W,Th 10:00-10:50 am Register for lecture and lab. Beginning Tennis......................... 5/11-5/27.....Looney 215.............. 1.... Russell, W.............PED 120-99.....30367 M,T,W,Th,F 9:30-11:50 am Beginning Sailing & Canoeing.... 6/22-7/13.....Agenstein 226.......... 1.... Ashley, D..............PED 138-01.....30378 W 5:00-7:50 pm Beginning Cave Exploring......... 6/28-7/19.....Agenstein 226.......... 1.... Ashley, D..............PED 171-01.....30379 T 6:00-8:50 pm Beginning Weight Trng. & Cond..... 5/31-6/23.....Baker 121................. 1.... Trotter, R...............PED 185-15.....30276 M,T,W,Th 8:00-9:50 am First Aid: Responding to Emerg.... 5/11-5/27.....Looney 212.............. 2.... Unzicker, M..........PED 305-99.....30368 M,T,W,Th,F 8:00-11:50 am Rhythms & Creative Movement..... 5/31-6/23.....Looney 226.............. 3.... Johnson, B............PED 380-15.....30369 M,T,W,Th 8:30-11:50 am Field Experience/Hlth Exer Sci.... 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 9.... Kriewitz, K...........PED 430-01.....30240 Practicum in Physical Ed............ 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 2.... Blessing, B............PED 480-01.....30241 Children’s Lifetime Sports Acad.... 5/31-6/23.....Looney 114.............. 2.... Johnson, B............PED 481-15.....30242 M,T,W,Th,F 1:00-5:15 pm

recreation sports management

Recreation: Field Experience II.... 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 3.... Choi, H..................RSM 330-01....30243 Recreation: Field Experience III... 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 9.... Blessing, B............RSM 430-01....30244 Independent Research/Project.... 6/27-7/21.....Arranged.................. 3.... Hardy, R................RSM 450-16....30290 Practicum in Recreation.............. 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 2.... Blessing, B............RSM 480-01....30245

HISTORY, PHILOSOPHY & GEOGRAPHY geography

World Geography........................ 5/31-6/23.....Popplewell 104........ 3.... Dagel, K................GEO 100-15....30191 M,T,W,Th 8:00-10:45 am

history

American History to 1865.......... 5/31-7/21.....Popplewell 105........ 3.... Greiert, S...............HIS 140-01......30193 M,T,W,Th 9:30-10:50 am American History Since 1865..... 5/31-6/23.....Popplewell 104........ 3.... McLear, P..............HIS 150-15......30194 M,T,W,Th 11:00 am-1:45 pm Early Modern Civilization.......... 6/27-7/21.....Popplewell 105........ 3.... Trifan, D...............HIS 210-16......30348 M,T,W,Th 11:00 am-1:45 pm

philosophy

Ethics........................................... 5/31-7/21.....Popplewell 101........ 3.... Mikkelsen, J..........PHL 230-01.....30347 M,T,W,Th 9:30-10:50 am

MILITARY SCIENCE military science

Leadership Practicum.................. 5/31-6/23.....Wilson 123............... 2.... Staff.......................MIL 412-15.....30261 M,T,W,Th 10:00-10:50 am Officership................................... 5/31-6/23.....Wilson 123............... 3.... Staff.......................MIL 426-15.....30262 M,T,W,Th 11:00-11:50 am

MUSIC music

Single Reed Methods.................. 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 1.... Long, B.................MUS 353-01....30291 Double Reed Methods................ 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 1.... Long, B.................MUS 354-01....30292 Applied Piano: Major Instrument... 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 1.... Staff.......................MUS 388-01....30296 Applied Voice: Major Instrument.... 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 1.... Carter, S................MUS 389-01....30299 Commercial Music Practicum.... 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 4.... Gilmour, F............MUS 440-01....30293 Independent Research/Project.... 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 3.... Carter, S................MUS 450-01....30318 Applied Piano: Major Instrument... 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 1.... Staff.......................MUS 488-01....30295 Applied Voice: Major Instrument.... 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 1.... Staff.......................MUS 489-01....30298

NURSING nursing

Quantitative Analysis.................. 5/31-6/23.....Murphy310,Wilson206.... 3.... Brooks, E..............NUR 314-01....30169 M,T,W,Th 7:30-10:20 am (Murphy 310), Th 9:30-10:50 am (Wilson 206) Intraoperative Nursing................ 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 3.... Voelkel, R.............NUR 493-01....30278

POLITICAL SCIENCE, SOCIAL WORK & SOCIOLOGY social work

SW with Diverse Populations..... 5/31-6/23.....Popplewell 201........ 3.... Niles, M................SWK 270-16...30363 M,T,W,Th 1:00-3:45 pm Death and Dying......................... 5/31-6/23.....Popplewell 206........ 3.... Dickey, G..............SWK 365-15...30362 M,T,W,Th 1:00-3:45 pm

sociology

Introduction to Sociology........... 5/31-6/23.....Popplewell 205........ 3.... Kibirige, J.............SOC 110-15.....30007 M,T,W,Th 11:00 am-1:45 pm

PSYCHOLOGY psychology

General Psychology.................... 5/31-6/23.....Murphy 219.............. 3.... Wann, P.................PSY 101-15.....30159 M,T,W,Th 11:00 am-1:45 pm

WESTERN INSTITUTE global positioning systems

Intro to GPS for Mapping & Nav..... 5/18-5/20.....Spratt 211, 212......... 2.... Chevalier, C..........CED 490-99....30343 W,Th,F 8:00 am-5:00 pm


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CHEMISTRY

ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY

chemistry

Fund. of Chemistry Lecture........ 5/31-7/21.....Agenstein 330.......... 5.... Archer, L...............CHE 104-01....30008 M,T,W,Th 8:00-9:40 am Register for a lecture and a lab. Fund. of Chemistry Lab.............. 5/31-7/21.....Remington 317......... 0.... Baumann, G..........CHE 104-02....30012 M,W 10:00-11:50 am Register for a lecture and a lab. Fund. of Chemistry Lab.............. 5/31-7/21.....Remington 317......... 0.... Baumann, G..........CHE 104-03....30013 T,Th 10:00-11:50 am Register for a lecture and a lab. Organic Chemistry I.................... 5/31-7/21.....Agenstein 323.......... 3.... Lorimor, S.............CHE 310-01....30017 M,T,W,Th 8:00-9:15 am Organic Chemistry Lab I............ 5/31-7/21.....Remington 308......... 2.... Lorimor, S.............CHE 311-11.....30018 M,T,W,Th 9:30 am-12:20 pm Must be accompanied by CHE 310. Quantitative Analysis Lecture..... 5/31-7/21.....Agenstein 326.......... 4.... Hiley, S.................CHE 321-01....30340 M,T,W,Th 8:00-8:50 am Register for a lecture and a lab. Quantitative Analysis Lab........... 5/31-7/21.....Remington 301......... 0.... Hiley, S.................CHE 321-02....30341 M,T,W,Th 9:00-11:50 am Register for a lecture and a lab. Independent Research/Project.... 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 1.... Caldwell, B...........CHE 450-01....30019 Independent Research/Project.... 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 2.... Caldwell, B...........CHE 450-02....30020 Independent Research/Project.... 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 3.... Caldwell, B...........CHE 450-03....30021 Research in Chemistry................ 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 1.... Caldwell, B...........CHE 490-01....30024 Research in Chemistry................ 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 2.... Caldwell, B...........CHE 490-02....30025 Research in Chemistry................ 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 3.... Caldwell, B...........CHE 490-03....30026

medical technology

Clinical Hematology................... 5/31-7/21.....Off Campus.............. 6.... Caldwell, B...........MTE 434-01....30027 Times Arranged

COMMUNICATION STUDIES & THEATER communication studies

Oral Communications................. 5/31-7/21.....Murphy 205.............. 3.... Hunt, M.................COM 104-01...30174 M,T,W,Th 9:30-10:50 am Oral Communications................. 5/31-6/23.....Murphy 206.............. 3.... Harris, S................COM 104-14...30322 M,T,W,Th 8:00-10:45 am Oral Communications................. 5/31-6/23.....Murphy 206.............. 3.... Bond, C.................COM 104-15...30175 M,T,W,Th 11:00 am-1:45 pm Oral Communications................. 6/27-7/21.....Murphy 206.............. 3.... Bond, C.................COM 104-16...30177 M,T,W,Th 11:00 am-1:45 pm

COMPUTER SCIENCE, MATH & PHYSICS applications of computer tech

Intro/Web Page Development..... 5/31-7/21.....Remington 108......... 3.... Becker, D..............ACT 102-01....30028 M,T,W,Th 11:00 am-12:20 pm

computer science

Microcomputer Applications...... 5/31-7/21.....Remington 105......... 3.... Noynaert, J............CSC 201-01.....30031 M,T,W,Th 9:30-10:50 am iPhone Applications.................... 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 3.... Yan, B...................CSC 450-03.....30266 M,T,W,Th 9:00-10:20 am Internship in Comp. Science....... 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 3.... Staff.......................CSC 451-03.....30032 Network Inf. Systems Security... 5/31-7/21.....Remington 117......... 3.... Yan, B...................CSC 610-01..... 30119 M,T,W,Th 12:30-1:50 pm

mathematics

Foundations/Univ. Math I........... 5/31-7/21.....Popplewell 108........ 3.... Moore, R...............MAT 081-01....30033 M,T,W,Th 9:30-10:50 am Foundations/Univ. Math I........... 5/31-7/21.....Popplewell 108........ 3.... Moore, R...............MAT 081-02....30034 M,T,W,Th 11:00 am-12:20 pm Foundations/Univ. Math I........... 5/31-7/21.....Popplewell 108........ 3.... Moore, R...............MAT 081-03....30035 T,Th 5:00-7:30 pm Foundations/Univ. Math II.......... 5/31-7/21.....Popplewell 108........ 3.... Moore, R...............MAT 082-01....30036 M,T,W,Th 9:30-10:50 am Foundations/Univ. Math II.......... 5/31-7/21.....Popplewell 108........ 3.... Moore, R...............MAT 082-02....30037 M,T,W,Th 11:00 am-12:20 pm Foundations/Univ. Math II.......... 5/31-7/21.....Popplewell 108........ 3.... Moore, R...............MAT 082-03....30038 T,Th 5:00-7:30 pm Foundations/Univ. Math III........ 5/31-7/21.....Popplewell 108........ 3.... Moore, R...............MAT 083-01....30039 M,T,W,Th 9:30-10:50 am Foundations/Univ. Math III........ 5/31-7/21.....Popplewell 108........ 3.... Moore, R...............MAT 083-02....30040 M,T,W,Th 11:00 am-12:20 pm Foundations/Univ. Math III........ 5/31-7/21.....Popplewell 108........ 3.... Moore, R...............MAT 083-03....30041 T,Th 5:00-7:30 pm Contemporary Problem Solving.... 5/31-7/21.....Remington 117......... 3.... Saffell, S...............MAT 110-01....30047 M,T,W,Th 11:00 am-12:20 pm Finite Mathematics...................... 5/31-7/21.....Agenstein 123.......... 3.... Ottinger, M...........MAT 112-01....30052 M,T,W,Th 11:00 am-12:20 pm College Algebra........................... 5/31-7/21.....Agenstein 126.......... 3.... Rice, G..................MAT 116-01....30054 M,T,W,Th 11:00 am-12:20 pm College Algebra........................... 5/31-7/21.....Agenstein 126.......... 3.... Rice, G..................MAT 116-02....30303 M,T,W,Th 12:30-1:50 pm Elementary Statistics................... 5/31-7/21.....Agenstein 123.......... 3.... Ottinger, M...........MAT 132-01....30057 M,T,W,Th 9:00-10:50 am Calculus/Analytical Geometry I.... 5/31-7/21.....Agenstein 119.......... 5.... Poet, J....................MAT 167-01....30060 M,T,W,Th 11:00 am-1:05 pm Math Methods in Elem School.... 5/31-7/21.....Murphy 104.............. 3.... Edwards, N...........MAT 351-01....30061 M,T,W,Th 11:00 am-12:20 pm Math Methods in Elem School.... 5/31-7/21.....KC Northland........... 3.... Edwards, N...........MAT 351-20....30062 M,T,W,Th 8:00-9:20 am Mathematics Elem/Middle Teac.... 5/31-7/21.....KC Northland........... 3.... Lee, K...................MAT 352-20....30064 M,T,W,Th 9:30-10:50 am Math/Elem/Middle Teachers II... 5/31-7/21.....Remington 117......... 3.... Staff.......................MAT 353-01....30065 M,T,W,Th 2:00-3:20 pm Independent Research/Project.... 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 3.... Wang, T.................MAT 450-01....30313

physics

Introduction to Astronomy Lab.... 5/31-7/21 . ..Remington 111......... 0.... Godfrey, C............PHY 104-02....30070 M,W 11:00 am-1:50 pm Register for a lecture and a lab. Introduction to Astronomy Lab.... 5/31-7/21.....Remington 111......... 0.... Godfrey, C............PHY 104-03....30071 T,Th 11:00 am-1:50 pm Register for a lecture and a lab. Intro to Astronomy Lecture........ 5/31-7/21.....Online....................... 4.... Godfrey, C............PHY 104-40....30068 Register for a lecture and a lab. College Physics I Lecture........... 5/31-7/21.....Remington 117......... 4.... Bucklein, B...........PHY 110-01.....30073 M,T,W,Th 9:30-10:50 am Register for a lecture and a lab. College Physics I Lab................. 5/31-7/21.....Remington 109......... 0.... Bucklein, B...........PHY 110-02.....30075 M,W 11:00 am-1:50 pm Register for a lecture and a lab.

CRIMINAL JUSTICE & LEGAL STUDIES criminal justice

Independent Research/Project.... 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 3.... Staff.......................LAW 450-01....30170 Forensic Anthropology............... 5/23-5/28.....Arranged.................. 3.... Waldrip, E.............LAW 496-14....30383 M,T,W,Th,F,Sa 8:00 am-5:00 pm Human Remains.......................... 5/30-6/4.......Arranged.................. 3.... Waldrip, E.............LAW 497-15....30384 M,T,W,Th,F,Sa 8:00 am-5:00 pm Bloodstain Pattern Analysis........ 6/27-7/2.......Arranged.................. 3.... Waldrip, E.............LAW 498-16....30385 M,T,W,Th,F,Sa 8:00 am-5:00 pm Bloodstain Pattern Analysis........ 6/27-7/2.......Arranged.................. 3.... Waldrip, E.............LAW 510-16....30375 M,T,W,Th,F,Sa 8:00 am-5:00 pm Forensic Anthropology............... 5/23-5/28.....Arranged.................. 3.... Waldrip, E.............LAW 525-14....30373 M,T,W,Th,F,Sa 8:00 am-5:00 pm Human Remains.......................... 5/30-6/4.......Arranged.................. 3.... Waldrip, E.............LAW 530-15....30374 M,T,W,Th,F,Sa 8:00 am-5:00 pm

policing

Critical Aspects of Policing I...... 5/11-5/26.....Downtown................ 3.... Wilson, K..............POL 100-02.....30386 M,T,W,Th,F 8:00 am-5:00 pm Critical Aspects of Policing I...... 5/11-5/26.....Downtown................ 3.... Wilson, K..............POL 100-03.....30387 M,T,Th 5:30-10:00 pm / Sa 8:00 am-5:00 pm Critical Aspects of Policing I...... 5/11-5/26.....Downtown................ 3.... Wilson, K..............POL 100-04.....30388 M,T,Th 5:30-10:00 pm / Sa 8:00 am-5:00 pm Critical Aspects of Policing I...... 5/11-5/26.....Downtown................ 3.... Wilson, K..............POL 100-05.....30389 M,T,Th 5:30-10:00 pm / Sa 8:00 am-5:00 pm Critical Aspects of Policing 2..... 5/31-6/23.....Downtown................ 3.... Wilson, K..............POL 130-02.....30390 M,T,W,Th,F 8:00 am-5:00 pm Critical Aspects of Policing 2..... 5/31-7/21.....Downtown................ 3.... Wilson, K..............POL 130-03.....30391 M,T,Th 5:30-10:00 pm / Sa 8:00 am-5:00 pm Critical Aspects of Policing 2..... 5/31-7/21.....Downtown................ 3.... Wilson, K..............POL 130-04.....30392 M,T,Th 5:30-10:00 pm / Sa 8:00 am-5:00 pm Critical Aspects of Policing 2..... 5/31-7/21.....Downtown................ 3.... Wilson, K..............POL 130-05.....30393 M,T,Th 5:30-10:00 pm / Sa 8:00 am-5:00 pm Critical Aspects of Policing I...... 6/27-7/21.....Wilson 184............... 3.... Wilson, K..............POL 100-01.....30394 M,T,W,Th,F 8:00 am-5:00 pm Critical Aspects of Policing 2..... 6/27-7/21.....Wilson 184............... 3.... Wilson, K..............POL 130-01.....30395 M,T,W,Th,F 8:00 am-5:00 pm

ECONOMICS economics

Current Issues in the Economy... 5/31-6/23.....Popplewell 204........ 3.... McMurry, P...........ECO 101-15....30120 M,T,W,Th 8:00-10:45 am Principles of Macroeconomics.... 5/31-6/23.....Popplewell 204........ 3.... Vargha, N..............ECO 260-15....30123 M,T,W,Th 11:00 am-1:45 pm Labor Economics........................ 5/31-6/23.....Popplewell 204........ 3.... Vargha, N.............ECO 364-15....30253 M,T,W,Th 5:00-7:45 pm

EDUCATION education

Instructional Media..................... 6/27-7/21.....Murphy 114.............. 2.... Staff.......................EDU 331-16....30127 M,T,W,Th 11:00 am-1:45 pm Assessing & Individualizing....... 5/31-6/23.....Murphy 112.............. 3.... Smith, M...............EDU 360-15....30129 M,T,W,Th 11:00 am-1:45 pm Topics in Teaching Writing......... 5/31-6/23.....Off Campus.............. 1.... Dierking, R...........EDU 501-15....30333 Prof Learning Community.......... 6/20-6/23.....Murphy 106, Eder 210...2.... Pankiewicz, T.......EDU 502-15....30335 M,T,W,Th 8:00 am-4:00 pm PLWP Invitational Institute......... 5/31-7/21.....Arranged......................6.... Pankiewicz, T.......EDU 610-01....30329 Improving Outcomes: Document.... 5/31-7/21.....Arranged......................3.... Frick, M................EDU 630-01....30314 Improving Outcomes: Document.... 5/31-7/21.....Arranged......................6.... Staff.......................EDU 630-02....30366

english as a second language

TESOL Practicum....................... 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 3.... Dickerson, E.........TSL 665-01.....30356

construction engineering technology

Technological Projects ............... 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 3.... Yang, X.................CET 390-01.....30042

electronics engineering technology

Technological Projects................ 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 3.... Yang, X.................EET 390-01.....30048

engineering technology

Engineering Technology Interns.... 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 1.... Yang, X.................EGT 490-01.....30049 Engineering Technology Interns.... 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 2.... Yang, X.................EGT 490-02.....30050 Engineering Technology Interns.... 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 3.... Yang, X.................EGT 490-03.....30053 Engineering Technology Interns.... 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 4.... Yang, X.................EGT 490-04.....30055

manufacturing engineering technology

Design Project/Indust Internship.... 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 3.... Yang, X.................MET 390-01....30056 Design Project/Indust Internship.... 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 4.... Yang, X.................MET 390-02....30058

ENGLISH, FOREIGN LANG. & JOURNALISM english

Intro to College Writing.............. 5/31-7/21.....Murphy 220, Eder 222.... 3.... Frogge, S...............ENG 100-01....30051 M,T,W,Th (Murphy 220) 8:30-9:45 am / M,W (Eder 222) 10:00-10:50 am College Writing and Rhetoric..... 5/31-7/21.....Murphy 219.............. 3.... Andrews, D...........ENG 104-01....30327 M,T,W,Th 9:30-10:45 am College Writing and Rhetoric..... 5/31-6/23.....Murphy 104.............. 3.... Rosenauer, K........ENG 104-15....30102 M,T,W,Th 8:00-10:45 am College Writing and Research.... 6/27-7/21.....Murphy 105.............. 3.... Katchen, M...........ENG 108-16....30103 M,T,W,Th 11:00 am-1:50 pm Internship in English................... 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 1.... Frick, M................ENG 316-01....30072 Internship in English................... 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 2.... Frick, M................ENG 316-02....30074 Internship in English................... 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 3.... Frick, M................ENG 316-03....30076 Internship in English................... 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 4.... Frick, M................ENG 316-04....30077 Internship in English................... 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 5.... Frick, M................ENG 316-05....30078 Internship in English................... 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 6.... Frick, M................ENG 316-06....30079 Independent Research/Project.... 5/31-6/23.....Arranged.................. 1.... Cadden, M............ENG 450-15....30381 Topics in Teaching Writing......... 5/31-6/23.....Off Campus.............. 1.... Dierking, R...........ENG 501-01....30332 Prof Learning Community.......... 6/20-6/23.....Eder 210, Murphy 106.... 2.... Pankiewicz, T.......ENG 502-15....30334 M,T,W,Th 8:00 am-4:00 pm PLWP Invitational Institute......... 5/31-7/21..... Arranged.................. 6.... Pankiewicz, T.......ENG 610-01....30328

english public relations

Internship in Public Relations..... 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 2.... Frick, M................EPR 316-01.....30085 Internship in Public Relations..... 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 3.... Frick, M................EPR 316-02.....30086 Internship in Public Relations..... 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 4.... Frick, M................EPR 316-03.....30087 Internship in Public Relations..... 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 5.... Frick, M................EPR 316-04.....30088 Internship in Public Relations..... 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 6.... Frick, M................EPR 316-05.....30089

english technical communication

Internship Tech Communications..... 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 2.... Frick, M................ETC 316-01.....30090 Internship Tech Communications..... 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 3.... Frick, M................ETC 316-02.....30091 Internship Tech Communications..... 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 4.... Frick, M................ETC 316-03.....30092 Internship Tech Communications..... 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 5.... Frick, M................ETC 316-04.....30093 Internship Tech Communications..... 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 6.... Frick, M................ETC 316-05.....30094 Internship Tech Communications..... 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 3.... Frick, M................ETC 616-01.....30258

journalism

Internship in Journalism.............. 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 2.... Frick, M................JOU 316-01.....30095 Internship in Journalism.............. 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 3.... Frick, M................JOU 316-02.....30096 Internship in Journalism.............. 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 4.... Frick, M................JOU 316-03.....30097 Internship in Journalism.............. 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 5.... Frick, M................JOU 316-04.....30098 Internship in Journalism.............. 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 6.... Frick, M................JOU 316-05.....30099

spanish

Elementary Spanish I.................. 5/31-6/23.....Eder 223................... 3.... Castilla Ortiz, F....SPA 100-15...... 30110 M,T,W,Th 8:00-10:45 am Elementary Spanish II................. 6/27-7/21.....Eder 223................... 3.... Youngkeit, J..........SPA 101-16......30254 M,T,W,Th 8:00-10:45 am Internship in Spanish................... 5/31-6/23.....Arranged.................. 3.... Vazquez, K............SPA 316-15......30377

HEALTH, PHYSICAL ED & RECREATION physical education

Fitness and Wellness Lecture...... 5/31-7/21.....Looney 114.............. 3.... Foley, A.................PED 101-01.....30022 M,T,W,Th 9:00-9:50 am Register for lecture and lab. Fitness and Wellness Lab............ 5/31-7/21.....Baker 121................. 0.... Foley, A.................PED 101-02.....30225 M,T,W,Th 10:00-10:50 am Register for lecture and lab. Beginning Tennis......................... 5/11-5/27.....Looney 215.............. 1.... Russell, W.............PED 120-99.....30367 M,T,W,Th,F 9:30-11:50 am Beginning Sailing & Canoeing.... 6/22-7/13.....Agenstein 226.......... 1.... Ashley, D..............PED 138-01.....30378 W 5:00-7:50 pm Beginning Cave Exploring......... 6/28-7/19.....Agenstein 226.......... 1.... Ashley, D..............PED 171-01.....30379 T 6:00-8:50 pm Beginning Weight Trng. & Cond..... 5/31-6/23.....Baker 121................. 1.... Trotter, R...............PED 185-15.....30276 M,T,W,Th 8:00-9:50 am First Aid: Responding to Emerg.... 5/11-5/27.....Looney 212.............. 2.... Unzicker, M..........PED 305-99.....30368 M,T,W,Th,F 8:00-11:50 am Rhythms & Creative Movement..... 5/31-6/23.....Looney 226.............. 3.... Johnson, B............PED 380-15.....30369 M,T,W,Th 8:30-11:50 am Field Experience/Hlth Exer Sci.... 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 9.... Kriewitz, K...........PED 430-01.....30240 Practicum in Physical Ed............ 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 2.... Blessing, B............PED 480-01.....30241 Children’s Lifetime Sports Acad.... 5/31-6/23.....Looney 114.............. 2.... Johnson, B............PED 481-15.....30242 M,T,W,Th,F 1:00-5:15 pm

recreation sports management

Recreation: Field Experience II.... 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 3.... Choi, H..................RSM 330-01....30243 Recreation: Field Experience III... 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 9.... Blessing, B............RSM 430-01....30244 Independent Research/Project.... 6/27-7/21.....Arranged.................. 3.... Hardy, R................RSM 450-16....30290 Practicum in Recreation.............. 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 2.... Blessing, B............RSM 480-01....30245

HISTORY, PHILOSOPHY & GEOGRAPHY geography

World Geography........................ 5/31-6/23.....Popplewell 104........ 3.... Dagel, K................GEO 100-15....30191 M,T,W,Th 8:00-10:45 am

history

American History to 1865.......... 5/31-7/21.....Popplewell 105........ 3.... Greiert, S...............HIS 140-01......30193 M,T,W,Th 9:30-10:50 am American History Since 1865..... 5/31-6/23.....Popplewell 104........ 3.... McLear, P..............HIS 150-15......30194 M,T,W,Th 11:00 am-1:45 pm Early Modern Civilization.......... 6/27-7/21.....Popplewell 105........ 3.... Trifan, D...............HIS 210-16......30348 M,T,W,Th 11:00 am-1:45 pm

philosophy

Ethics........................................... 5/31-7/21.....Popplewell 101........ 3.... Mikkelsen, J..........PHL 230-01.....30347 M,T,W,Th 9:30-10:50 am

MILITARY SCIENCE military science

Leadership Practicum.................. 5/31-6/23.....Wilson 123............... 2.... Staff.......................MIL 412-15.....30261 M,T,W,Th 10:00-10:50 am Officership................................... 5/31-6/23.....Wilson 123............... 3.... Staff.......................MIL 426-15.....30262 M,T,W,Th 11:00-11:50 am

MUSIC music

Single Reed Methods.................. 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 1.... Long, B.................MUS 353-01....30291 Double Reed Methods................ 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 1.... Long, B.................MUS 354-01....30292 Applied Piano: Major Instrument... 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 1.... Staff.......................MUS 388-01....30296 Applied Voice: Major Instrument.... 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 1.... Carter, S................MUS 389-01....30299 Commercial Music Practicum.... 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 4.... Gilmour, F............MUS 440-01....30293 Independent Research/Project.... 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 3.... Carter, S................MUS 450-01....30318 Applied Piano: Major Instrument... 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 1.... Staff.......................MUS 488-01....30295 Applied Voice: Major Instrument.... 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 1.... Staff.......................MUS 489-01....30298

NURSING nursing

Quantitative Analysis.................. 5/31-6/23.....Murphy310,Wilson206.... 3.... Brooks, E..............NUR 314-01....30169 M,T,W,Th 7:30-10:20 am (Murphy 310), Th 9:30-10:50 am (Wilson 206) Intraoperative Nursing................ 5/31-7/21.....Arranged.................. 3.... Voelkel, R.............NUR 493-01....30278

POLITICAL SCIENCE, SOCIAL WORK & SOCIOLOGY social work

SW with Diverse Populations..... 5/31-6/23.....Popplewell 201........ 3.... Niles, M................SWK 270-16...30363 M,T,W,Th 1:00-3:45 pm Death and Dying......................... 5/31-6/23.....Popplewell 206........ 3.... Dickey, G..............SWK 365-15...30362 M,T,W,Th 1:00-3:45 pm

sociology

Introduction to Sociology........... 5/31-6/23.....Popplewell 205........ 3.... Kibirige, J.............SOC 110-15.....30007 M,T,W,Th 11:00 am-1:45 pm

PSYCHOLOGY psychology

General Psychology.................... 5/31-6/23.....Murphy 219.............. 3.... Wann, P.................PSY 101-15.....30159 M,T,W,Th 11:00 am-1:45 pm

WESTERN INSTITUTE global positioning systems

Intro to GPS for Mapping & Nav..... 5/18-5/20.....Spratt 211, 212......... 2.... Chevalier, C..........CED 490-99....30343 W,Th,F 8:00 am-5:00 pm


Photo

The Griffon News April 7, 2011

Students beautify local school SGA and the Griffon Art Society teamed up with the community on April 2nd to paint 9 murals throughout Humboldt Elementary. Over 100 volunteers participated in this event. This event is anticipated to become an annual event for years to come.

Photos by Brooke Carter. (Top left going clockwise) A section of a mural dedicated to the phrase “have respect.� Half of a mural inspiring students to use their imagination while reading. Volunteers work together to paint clouds. Jeremy Todd finishes up the outlines on the mural he designed. Younger volunteers spent time at an underwater mural where they were able to paint sea life any color and pattern they desire. A volunteer works on a mural inspired by Dr. Seuss.

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Sports

The Griffon News April 7, 2011

Western takes 3 games from Bearcats The Missouri Western baseball team won three out of four critical MIAA games from rival Northwest last weekend. In the first game of the series, the Griffons struggled at the plate as they only scored one run through the first eight innings of the game. In the eighth inning, Tony Loeffler delivered a pinch hit RBI single to tie the game up at two. With the Griffons tied up with Northwest at two late in the eighth inning, head coach Buzz Verduzco put on a suicide squeeze that was executed perfectly by Andrew Piper. Piper laid down a bunt down the first base line that he was able to beat out on the play and allow Mac Collette to score and give the Griffons the lead at 3-2. “I just had this feeling that we were going to be able to pull the game out, especially with all the momentum we had coming into this game,” Piper said. One run was all Brandon Simmons would need to shut the door on the Bearcats as they take the game 3-2. Simmons pitched a complete game, allowing eight hits and striking out 10 in the victory. In a double header on Saturday, the Griffons would keep their momentum as they swept both games from Northwest. In the first game of the day, Ollie Kadey continued where Simmons

Austin Goacher | Staff Photographer

Matt Gleaves | Sports Editor jgleaves@missouriwestern.edu

Outfielder David Chew hits a pitch during the Griffons four game series with rival Northwest Missouri State. The Griffons took three of the four games from the Bearcats and improved to 13-11 overall for the season.

left off on Friday night. Kadey would go the distance in a complete game victory as he scattered five hits and gave up just one run. In the second game of the day, Ian Atkinson continued his hot hitting as he went 2-3 with two RBI’s in the game.

Western’s Nick Jurado continued the dominant pitching as he went all seven innings in the contest as he shut out the Bearcats, giving up three hits and striking out four. “This isn’t what you expect in a four game series,” Verduzco said. “We only used three pitchers in

three games and you just don’t expect that.” In the series finale, Northwest was able to avoid a four game sweep of the series with a 3-1 victory over the Griffons. “From the first inning I could tell that we just didn’t seem to have it

today,” Verduzco said. Loeffler provided the lone bright spot for the Griffons as he delivered an RBI base hit in the second inning. Western improves to 13-11 overall and 12-7 in the MIAA after the series.

Griffons sweep double header with SBU

Bishop tosses no-hitter in game one Griffons win first game at Spring Sports Complex Matt Gleaves | Sports Editor jgleaves@missouriwestern.edu The first softball game played in the new Spring Sports Complex was one to remember. Jackie Bishop threw a no-hitter in the first home game for the Griffons this season and the first of the new Spring Sports Complex. Bishop dominated the game from start to finish, going seven strong innings and striking out 11 on her way to her no-hitter. “I didn’t even know that I had one going; it’s probably a good thing I

didn’t know though,” Bishop said. Western’s offense was not as potent as it has been in the past few weeks, but the Griffons were able to find just enough offense from a few key players to get the win. Leah Steele started the scoring when she batted in a run in the second inning. Steele belted an RBI single to bring Adelaide Quaney, who was pinch running for Keri Lorbert, across the plate and give Bishop an insurance run. The second run of the contest scored when Michelle Stevenson singled home Blair Stalder after a

leadoff double in the fourth inning. “We faced some slower pitching in the game and was throwing our hitters off on their timing a little bit,” head coach Jen Bagley said. Keri Lorbert was able to deliver the first hit in Spring Sports Complex history for softball as she singled in the second inning to lead things off. “It feels good to get the hit, at the time I wasn’t really thinking about it.” Lorbert said. “Now that I think about it, it is pretty cool.”

Strong pitching leads to sweep of SBU

Belger throws 1 hit shutout in 4-0 game 2 victory Kyle Inman | Staff kinman@missouriwestern.edu The Griffon softball team took on Southwest Baptist Bearcats in game two of a double header Monday at the Spring Sports Complex. Jonnelle Belger improved her record to 10-5 on the year by pitching a complete game and only allowing only one hit for the entire game as the Griffons came away with a 4-0 win.   “Today I was able to focus on the things that I needed to work on,” said Belger. The Griffons scored two runs in the first inning off of four

walks and a wild pitch.   Maegan Roemmich and Ashley Hudson scored the runs. The game stayed at 2-0 all the way until the bottom of the sixth inning when Michelle Stevenson singled to center field, driving in two runs and giving the Griffons a 4-0 lead. Pitching saved the day for the Griffons, as the offense was only able to come up with three hits.   “Our bats did not come out like they needed to,” Bagley said. “They were throwing a lot of balls that kept us off balance.” Belger said that she wasn’t concerned with the Griffons lack of

run support. “I think we will always produce runs,” Belger said.  “I just focus on doing my job because I know they will do theirs.” With the win the Griffons improve to 5-1 in conference play, something that Bagley says is important. “There is not a lot of room for error with all the good teams in this conference,” Bagley said. “The loss at Washburn was tough, but we got our momentum back and Hays and kept it going today.” Western improved their record to 25-8 on the season.

Upper left: Shortstop Ashley Hudson makes a throw to 1st base. Center: Maegan Roemmich fields a ground ball during the first game of the double header. Upper right: Maegan Roemmich lays down a bunt attempt during the double header. Lower right: The Griffon infield huddles around pitcher Jonelle Belger before the start of the inning. All photos taken by Austin Goacher

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