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Contents The University of Richmond School of Continuing Studies offers a diverse selection of courses designed to help develop or sharpen professional skills, explore new career interests and enrich personal growth in an informal, non-competitive environment. Our classes may help you ease your way back into school or test the waters for further professional or personal development. We’ve organized the courses in this catalog into sections based on subject matter and provided a detailed list of all courses in our Table of Contents below. Art

Culinary Arts Program

Foreign Language

Beginning Knitting..................................5 Beyond Knitting and Purling ..................5 Chain Maille - Byzantine Segment Bracelet ..............................5 Introduction to Precious Metal Clay......5 Chain Maille - Celtic Line Bracelet........5

Tools of the Trade ................................10 Chef’s Skills ..........................................10 Certified Executive Chef Review ........11 Thai Street Food ..................................11 Herbs Galore ........................................11 Fresh Catch Virginia ............................11 Entree Salads ......................................11 Explore India Through Food ................11 Greek Dinner Party ..............................11 Dining Alfresco ....................................11 A Summer Evening in Tuscany ............11 Fruits of Summer Desserts ..................12 Dining Out: The Florida Keys ..............12 Soups, Salads and Sandwiches for Summer ......................................12 Sicily Calling ........................................12 American Sushi ....................................12 Small Plates Big Flavor ........................13 Entertaining Summer Style..................13 Globetrottin’ Appetizers ......................13 Main Meal and Other Summer Salads13 Canning and Preserving the Summer Harvest ..............................13 Summer Seafood Appetizers ..............13 Cooking Out Outer Banks-Style ..........13

Elementary Italian ................................15

Career Development What Do I Want to Do When I Grow Up?............................................5 Introduction to Advertising and Promotion ..........................................5 Introduction to the Music Business ......6 The Analogy of Sales ............................6 Introduction to Business Law ................6 Successul Direct Mail Programs ..........6 Creating Small Groups ..........................6 Building Effectiveness in Small Groups ................................................6 Small Group Strengthening ..................7 Pharmacy Technician Program ..............7 Certified Wedding Planner ....................7 Physical Therapy Aide Program ............7 Ballroom Dance Teachers Academy......7 You’re On the Air! How to Make it in Voice-Overs ........................................8 Basic Care and Nurture of Your Volunteers....................................................8 Comprehensive Income Tax Preparation ........................................8 Fundamentals of Real Estate Investing ............................................8 CLA/CP Exam Prep Course ....................8

Dance Social Dancing 101 ..............................14 Swingin’ Summer Series ....................14 Ballroom Dance Teachers Academy....14

Film Hollywood Movies Made in Virginia ..14

Communications & Writing

Financial Topics

Writing Poetry: The Poetics of Form......9 Creative Writing: Poetry ........................9 You’ve Got This Great Idea for a Movie ........................................9

Comprehensive Income Tax Preparation ......................................15 Fundamentals of Real Estate Investing ..........................................15 Long Term Care Planning ....................15 Complete Financial Management Workshop ........................................15

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Fitness Instructional Programs Belly Dancing I......................................16 Belly Dancing II ....................................16 Body Tone ............................................16 Cardio Sculpt ........................................16 Circuit Training ....................................16 Cycle 101 ..............................................16 F.I.T. Fusion............................................17 Gentle Yoga ..........................................17 Lite N Low ............................................17 Lunchtime Pilates and ABS..................17 Lunchtime Yoga....................................17 Lunch Zumba ........................................17 Message Therapy ................................17 Personal Training..................................18 Personal Training–Buddy Training ......18 Pilates and Abs ....................................18 Social Dance I ......................................18 Social Dance II......................................18 Spinning and Abs ................................18 Tennis I ................................................18 Tennis II ................................................18 Yoga-Lates............................................19 Yo-Qua (Aqua Yoga) ............................19 Zumba and ABS....................................19

REGISTER ONLINE

You can now register online for most of the classes in this catalog. Go online to scs.richmond.edu/ thinkagain and find the course(s) for which you’d like to register. Look for the “Register Online” link and click it to proceed with your online registration.

Fundraising and Philanthropy Telling Your Organization’s Story: Fundraising by Word of Mouth – Board & CEOs ..................................20 Grant Writing 101 ................................20 Grant Research ....................................21 To Get a Big Gift, Think Like a Donor ..21 Donor Relations....................................21 Major Gifts: The Focus of Expanding Investment in Your Organization ....21 From Planned Gifts to a Planned Giving Program ............................................21 Your Film/Video Project for Nonprofits ..................................22 continued on page 4 3


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Contents continued from page 3 Online Marketing for Nonprofits ........22 Integrated Nonprofit Marketing Communication I: Promotion ..........22 Integrated Nonprofit Marketing Communication II: Promotion ..........22

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REGISTER ONLINE

You can now register online for many of the classes in this catalog. Go online to scs.richmond.edu/ thinkagain and find the course(s) for which you’d like to register. Look for the “Register Online” link and click it to proceed with your online registration.

The Best of Banned Books in Religion 24 Richmond History ................................24 Two American Civil War Heroes: Lives That Counted....................................24 Genealogy –Getting Started................24 Genealogy on the Web– An Introduction ................................24 Genealogy on the Web– Beyond the Basics............................24 Genealogy on the Web– Advanced Workshop........................25

Home & Garden David Pippin Presents Wedding Flowers Today ................................................25 Urban Farming: The Origins and Future Potential ..........................................25 Introduction to Feng Shui ....................25 Summer Celebrations: Cookouts, Luaus and Fiestas ......................................25 Party Planning Divas Tell All ................25 Beyond Chuck E. Cheese: Children’s Parties at Home ..............................25

Interior Decorating Starting and Building Interior Decorating Business ..........................................26 Lighting Techniques for Your Home ....26 Careers in Interior Decorating ............26 The Importance of Fabrics in Decorating....................................27 Furniture Styles and Arrangements ....27 Pillows, Pillows, Pillows ......................27 Perfect Palettes for Luxury Master Bedrooms ............................27 Designing & Decorating Commercial Spaces..............................................27 Calculating Fabric Yardage ..................27 Stylish Party Decorating ......................27

Window Fashion Designs ....................27 Antiques for Interiors ..........................28 Pre-Qualifying the Client......................28 Creating an Outdoor Room ..................28 Redesign: Redecorate With What You Already Have....................................28 Perfect Baths ........................................28 Faux Painting Techniqes for Your Home ................................................28 Sketching Rooms and Scale Drawings ..........................................28 Dream Kitchens....................................28

Landscape Design Introduction to Plants ..........................29 Landscape Graphics ............................29 History of Garden Design ....................29 Woody Plants for Summer ..................30 Woody Plants Summer Advanced ......30 Introduction to Design..........................30 Site Analysis ........................................30 Construction Methods and Materials..........................................31 Site Engineering ..................................31 Site Design II ........................................31 Planting Design I ..................................31 Planting Design II ................................31 Comprehensive Project ......................31 Arboriculture Pruning ..........................32 Caring for Woody Plants in Drought Conditions ........................................32 Anatomy of Drafting ............................32

Introduction to Medical Transcription Service..............................................39 Certificate in Technical Writing ..........39 Record Management and Retention Policy Use ........................................39 Digital Photography I............................40 Photoshop CS2: Exploring Photoshop..40 Veterinary Assistant ............................40 Freight Broker/Agent Training ............40 Home Inspection Certificate ................40

Sports and Games Rock Climbing 101................................33 Beginning Freshwater Fishing ............33 Intermediate Freshwater Fishing ........33 Women’s Only Golf 101 ......................34 Women’s Only Intermediate Golf ........34 Golf 101 with UR Golf Coaches ..........34 Honorary Spider Golf Practice ............34 Golf for Beginners ................................34 Intermediate Golf ................................34

Youth Programs Adult-Youth Beginner Golf ..................35 Babysitter Training ..............................35 Kids Cooking Fun..................................35 Taming the Tempest: A Shakespeare Camp for Youth ................................34 Children’s Technology Workshop icamp™ ............................................36 Summer Reading Programs ................38

Leisure

Trips and Tours............................41

Advanced Book Collecting ..................33 Introduction to Meditation ..................33

General Information ..................42

Music

Registration Form ......................43

Singing for Self Enjoyment ..................33

Campus Map ..............................45

Online Courses Certificate in Web Content Creation ..39 Sales Management Strategies and Tactics ..............................................39 How to Master Customer Service ......39

Think Again is a publication of the Office of Community and Professional Education at the University of Richmond School of Continuing Studies. The contents of this bulletin represent the most current information available at the time of publication. However, due to the period of time covered by this catalog, it is reasonable to expect changes to be made without prior notice. Therefore, the provisions of this publication are not to be regarded as an irrevocable contract between the Office of Community and Professional Education and the student. Comments and course suggestions are welcome. Please call (804) 289-8133 or e-mail scs@richmond.edu.

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ART

Art Beginning Knitting

Join this amazing course and learn the timeless craft of knitting. Knitting has once again become the newest and hippest pastime. Learn how to cast on, the difference between a knit and a purl stitch, and how to bind off - all the basics! Create fun scarves that make wonderful gifts for yourself, family and friends. Information on supplies will be mailed with the course confirmation letter. Bring a friend, daughter or mother and enjoy the class together! Dates: Wednesdays, June 4–25 Time: 6–8 p.m. CRN: ART308.04 Fee: $79 Instructor: Karen Levine, certified knitting instructor, Craft Yarn Council of America

Beyond Knitting and Purling

Are you ready to increase your knitting skills? Move on to the next level after learning the basics of knitting. Learn how to increase and decrease, the cable stitch, yarn overs, pattern reading, and all the skills to become a complete knitter. For the class project you will make four squares using the new skills learned in class. These squares can be used to start an afghan or to make pillow tops. Information on supplies will be mailed with the confirmation letter. Dates: Wednesdays, July 2–23 Time: 6–8 p.m. CRN: ART308.05 Fee: $79 Instructor: Karen Levine, certified knitting instructor, Craft Yarn Council of America

Chain Maille - Byzantine Segment Bracelet

NEW! Learn the fundamentals of interlocking jump rings to make a bracelet. This class will focus on the versatile Byzantine chain weave. Once mastered, explore various ways to use the Byzantine segments to create beautiful jewelry! By the end of the class, you will be wearing a beautiful sterling silver bracelet that you created. All you need to bring to class is good eyesight and two pair of flat nosed pliers (instructor will have some tools in class to borrow or purchase). All other materials are included in course fee. Dates: Tuesdays, June 17–24 Time: 7–9 p.m. CRN: ART308.03 Fee: $119 Instructor: Celeste Miller, Certified PMC instructor, teaches PMC, chain maille, stained glass and glass mosaics

Introduction to Precious Metal Clay

NEW! Make your own fine silver jewelry in this fun and unique class. Precious Metal Clay is a versatile, easy-to-use material that allows anyone to make their own beautiful, real silver jewelry in a matter of hours. PMC is a clay-like material that contains actual silver powder and a non-toxic binding material. Explore ways to mold, texture and layer the PMC to produce 2 - 3 pendants and/or earrings. Once the PMC is kiln fired, a .999 percent silver piece is produced. Learn various finishing techniques including tumbling, patinas, and simple burnishing. Students need only bring enthusiasm - all materials are provided. Dates: Tuesdays, July 8–29 Time: 7–9 p.m. CRN: ART308.01 Fee: $169 Instructor: Celeste Miller, Certified PMC instructor, teaches PMC, chain maille, stained glass and glass mosaics

Chain Maille - Celtic Line Bracelet

NEW! Learn the fundamentals of interlocking jump rings to create beautiful jewelry! This class will focus on the Celtic Line chain weave (a beginner chain maille weave). After three short hours, you’ll walk out of class wearing your new sterling silver bracelet. All you need to bring to class is good eyesight and two pair of flat nosed pliers (instructor will have some tools in class to borrow or purchase). All other materials are included in course fee. Date: Tuesday, August 19 Time: 6–9 p.m. CRN: ART308.02 Fee: $119 Instructor: Celeste Miller, Certified PMC instructor, teaches PMC, chain maille, stained glass and glass mosaics

Career Development What Do I Want to Do When I Grow Up?

NEW! A Life Transition Seminar! Ready to scrap the traditional career? Maybe you’re ready to retire but want to stay challenged, or maybe you can’t afford to totally kick back. Maybe you are just tired of the corporate life and want to do something more fulfilling. Maybe you’ve had a midlife “awakening” and realize it is time to pursue your passion but you are not quite sure what that is or how to get there. This seminar will help you with all the elements needed to get on the right track - personal goals and vision, skills, likes/dislikes, financial needs, health considerations, and action planning. Come explore these elements with other like-minded people in this powerful workshop series and you will be well prepared to shape a future based on well considered choices. CEUs: 0.6 Dates: Tuesdays, July 8–22 Time: 7–9 p.m. CRN: BUS308.01 Fee: $119 Instructor: Don Miller, Career Consultant with major outplacement firm; certified 2 Young 2 Retire instructor

Introduction to Advertising and Promotion

NEW! Review the major components of the advertising industry including The Media, The Audience, and The Message. Learn about a myriad of practical skills including campaign development and implementation, copy-writing, layout and design, media buying, and other topics based on class interest. CEUs: 1.2

Dates: Saturdays, May 3–June 14 No Class: May 24 Time: 10 a.m.–noon CRN: BUS308.08 Fee: $199 OR Dates: Saturdays, June 21–August 2 No Class: July 5 Time: 10 a.m.–noon CRN: BUS308.09 Fee: $199 Instructor: Jeff Resnick, Professor of Music and Advertising, National advertising syndicator, media consultant, media writer, magazine journalist, newspaper publisher, performing musician, published composer/arranger, and published author.

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Introduction to the Music Business

NEW! Explore the various areas and careers within the music industry, including performing, composing/arranging, recording, producing, marketing, management, publishing, music products, and other topics based on class interest. Dates: Saturdays, May 3–June 14 No Class: May 24 Time: 1–3 p.m. CEUs: 1.2 CRN: BUS308.10 Fee: $199 OR Dates: Saturdays, June 21–August 2 No Class: July 5 Time: 1–3 p.m. CEUs: 1.2 CRN: BUS308.11 Fee: $199 Instructor: Jeff Resnick, Professor of Music and Advertising, National advertising syndicator, media consultant, media writer, magazine journalist, newspaper publisher, performing musician, published composer/arranger, and published author.

The Analogy of Sales

NEW! How can a squirrel help you make your sales number? Can the card game Go Fish help make every presentation a success? Sales is the art of communication and the ability to control the four components of the sales cycle. Each of these components (customer, product, salesperson, and time) are interdependent to win the deal, but independent throughout the course of the sales cycle. Designed for both new and seasoned sales professionals, this class will break down each component and provide sound and strategic approaches using some everyday analogies to reinforce your primary sales objective. Students should purchase the textbook The Analogy of Sales, ISBN 0-595-34942-0 prior to the first class (approximately $18). Dates: Tuesdays, May 6–June 10 No Class: May 27 Time: 7–8:30 p.m. CEUs: 0.8 CRN: BUS308.02 Fee: $139 Instructor: Steven Emerson, Regional Sales Manager for General Electric Heathcare; Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Emerson Tennis; Sales and Marketing Consultant to Wilson Sporting Goods; Inventor/patent holder for the Tennis Wand

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Introduction to Business Law

NEW! Explore the legal environment of business in the United States. Develop a basic understanding of various areas of law including contract law, consumer law, employment law, internet law, international law, anti-trust law, and government regulations. Discuss and debate legal concepts introduced in the text and in cases assigned by the instructor. Cases will be drawn from both state and federal courts. Students will purchase the textbook, Business Law Today, from the instructor on the first night of class ($50). Dates: Mondays and Wednesdays, May 12–July 21 No Class: May 26 Time: 6–8:30 p.m. CEUs: 6.0 CRN: BUS308.06 Fee: $399 Instructor: Jim Maxwell, Peoples Income Tax, Inc.

Successul Direct Mail Programs

NEW! This hands-on course covers all phases of a successful direct mail program. Discover how to prepare the list, copy and package. Learn the fundamentals of what to do to get greater response as well as higher donations or sales. The instructor will also evaluate the marketing programs you have and make suggestions to improve these programs. Dates: Wednesdays, May 14–21 Time: 6–8:30 p.m. CEUs: 0.5 CRN: BUS308.03 Fee: $129 OR Dates: Thursdays, July 17–24 Time: 6–8:30 p.m. CEUs: 0.5 CRN: BUS308.04 Fee: $129 Instructor: Michael DeNoia, CIO/CFW, MCL Direct Marketing, Inc.

Creating Small Groups

NEW! This Christian-based program focuses on blending contemporary group theory with Biblical references. The goal of this first course of three is to arm participants with an understanding of vital concepts such as Roles and Charters, Communication, Hidden Agendas and Power, and Behavior in the Helping Relationship. Upon completion of this course, participants will know what builds strong teams and will be able to apply these concepts to their own groups and teams. CEUs: 0.4 Note: This is an instructor-led online course, and does not meet in a traditional classroom setting. Students must have computer and internet access to participate in the class and activities. Dates: May 5–30 CRN: BUS308.13 OR Dates: June 2–27 CRN: BUS308.14 OR Dates: July 7–August 1 CRN: BUS308.15 Instructor: Scott Rohlwing, MBA

CEUs: 0.4 Fee: $99 CEUs: 0.4 Fee: $99 CEUs: 0.4 Fee: $99

Building Effectiveness in Small Groups

NEW! This Christian-based program focuses on blending contemporary group theory with Biblical references. The goal of this second course of three is to arm participants with an understanding of higher level concepts such as Conflict Management, the Abilene Paradox and Groupthink, and Creativity and Brainstorming. Upon completion of this course, participants will know what factors affect teams and will be able to build effectiveness within their own groups and teams. Note: This is an instructor-led online course, and does not meet in a traditional classroom setting. Students must have computer and internet access to participate in the class and activities. Dates: June 2–27 CRN: BUS308.16 OR Dates: July 7–August 1 CRN: BUS308.17 Instructor: Scott Rohlwing, MBA

CEUs: 0.4 Fee: $99 CEUs: 0.4 Fee: $99

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CAREER DEVELOPMENT

Small Group Strengthening

NEW! This Christian-based program focuses on blending contemporary group theory with Biblical references. The goal of this third course of three is to arm participants with an understanding of higher level concepts such as problem solving, decision making, group evaluation, and Emotional Intelligence. Upon completion of this course, participants will learn advanced concepts on teams and be able to apply these concepts to strengthen their own groups and teams. Note: This is an instructor-led online course, and does not meet in a traditional classroom setting. Students must have computer and internet access to participate in the class and activities. Dates: July 7–August 1 CRN: BUS308.18 Instructor: Scott Rohlwing, MBA

CEUs: 0.4 Fee: $99

Pharmacy Technician Program

NEW! This comprehensive 50-hour course will prepare you to enter the pharmacy field and to take the Pharmacy Technician Certification Board’s PTCB exam. Technicians work in hospitals, home infusion pharmacies, community pharmacies and other health care settings - working under the supervision of a registered pharmacist. Study medical terminology specific to the pharmacy, read and interpret prescriptions and define drugs by generic and brand names. Learn dosage calculations, I.V. flow rates, drug compounding, dose conversions, dispensing of prescriptions, inventory control, and billing and reimbursement. Course fee includes all textbooks and materials. Dates: Tuesdays and Thursdays, May 20–July 8 Time: 6–9:30 p.m. CEUs: 5.0 CRN: MED308.01 Fee: $999 Instructor: TBA

Certified Wedding Planner

This 40 hour course explores planning, coordinating and directing weddings as well as a study of business structure, documentation information, contracts, how to work with vendors, marketing and how to work with prospective brides and grooms. Fee includes workbooks, CD’s, testing and national certification from the Wedding Planning Institute. CEUs: 4.0 Dates: Tuesdays and Thursdays, June 3–August 7 Time: 6–8 p.m. CRN: BUS308.12 Fee: $759 Instructor: Shannon Pollard, Certified Instructor, Wedding Planning Institute

Physical Therapy Aide Program

NEW! This comprehensive 50-hour Physical Therapy Aide Program prepares you for the growing field of Physical Therapy. The Physical Therapy Aide is generally responsible for carrying out the non-technical duties of physical therapy, such as preparing treatment areas, ordering devices and supplies, and transporting patients working under the direction of the physical therapist. These workers assist physical therapists in providing services that help improve mobility, relieve pain, and prevent or limit permanent physical disabilities of patients suffering from injuries or diseases. Physical Therapy Aides may be employed in nursing homes, hospitals, sports rehabilitation centers, and some orthopedic clinics. Course fee includes all textbooks and materials. Note: This program does not include a national or state certification as part of its overall objectives. CEUs: 5.0 Dates: Mondays and Wednesdays, June 9–August 13 Time: 6–8:30 p.m. CRN: MED308.02 Instructor: TBA

Fee: $999

Ballroom Dance Teachers Academy

NEW! The Ballroom Dance Teachers Academy is a formal vocational program that offers professional training to aspiring ballroom dance teachers. We will train you to become a dance teacher, prepare you for professional certification exams, and teach you how to maximize your career in the ballroom dance world. Teaching ballroom dance is a career option for anyone - no prior dance experience is required. In this course you will learn how to dance as both Leader and Follower, technical elements of all dances, musical elements of all dances, how to teach private and group classes, and how to prepare for national certification. The entire 16-month program covers the 17 dances of the DVIDA (Dance Vision) syllabus for Smooth, Rhythm and Nightclub dances. The program is divided into four quarters which can be taken in any order. The current quarter being offered this summer is Rhythm II (Mambo, Meregue, Samba and West Coast Swing). You do NOT need to complete the Rhythm I quarter prior to enrolling in Rhythm II. Requirements: Students must purchase dance shoes prior to the second class. Students enrolled in the class receive a 10% discount if they purchase shoes from Simply Ballroom. Students must purchase the Trainee Binder from the instructor on the first night of class ($75). Students must also purchase DVIDA American Style Rhythm Bronze Manual (item number MARB04 available online from www.dancevision.com) prior to the first class (approximately $69). Dates: Tuesdays and Thursdays, May 13– August 28 Time: 5:30–7:30 p.m. CEUs: 6.4 CRN: DAN308.03 Fee: $1,580 Instructor: Veronica Braun, Associate, North American Dance Teacher’s Association, Member of National Dance Council of America, Instructor at Simply Ballroom

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You’re On the Air! How to Make it in Voice-Overs

Comprehensive Income Tax Preparation

Date: Monday, June 23 Time: 7–9 p.m. CEUs: 0.2 CRN: BUS308.07 Fee: $69 Instructor: Heather Costa, American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers. Ms. Costa has recorded numerous radio and television commercials, Web site narratives, and training and educational videos.

Dates: Tuesdays and Thursdays, May 13–July 17 Time: 6–8:30 p.m. CEUs: 6.0 CRN: BUS308.05 Fee: $399 Instructor: Jim Maxwell, Peoples Income Tax, Inc.

Voice-overs are hot today! You don’t have to be an actor to get voice-over work. With notable talents such as James Earl Jones, Linda Hunt and Donald Sutherland lending their voices to commercials, films and videos, one would think it would be next to impossible to break into this field…not so! You’ll learn about an exciting new way to get around the competition and actually turn voice-overs into a thriving full or parttime business! Our instructor will discuss the voice-over business as a whole, the numerous opportunities, the incredible income potential, and the all-important demo and how to have it produced. You’ll step up to the microphone and do some practice recording, and best of all, you’ll hear the results!

Basic Care and Nurture of Your Volunteers

NEW! Volunteer organizations come in all types and sizes - church groups, PTAs, Scouts, sports and music boosters, special interest clubs, and so many more. The volunteers charged with keeping these groups running also come in all shapes and sizes with all levels of experience and skill. If you want to feel more comfortable as a leader of volunteers, this is the place to learn many tips on topics pertinent to your task: getting organized, recruiting, training and motivating volunteers, running effective meetings, fundraising, special events, and how to survive your tenure without pulling your hair out!

This 60-hour course provides a solid foundation in individual income tax preparation, enabling you to complete all of the standard returns. There are no entrance requirements. With this knowledge, you can earn extra money as a tax professional. Learn the majority of tax forms needed to fill out tax returns for yourself and the general public. Acquire the knowledge and skills necessary to complete federal income tax returns and research tax issues. Because “practice makes perfect”, the course requires at least two tax returns prepared for most lessons, one of which will be done as a class project and one of which will be completed individually and submitted to your instructor. The course will also include information and exercises on interview techniques.

Fundamentals of Real Estate Investing

This course will interest anyone who wishes to invest in income-producing property and wants a basic understanding of the skills required to become a successful real estate investor. Topics include property selection, goal setting, how to read credit reports, tenant selection, sources of income, and why choosing real estate is a smart investment choice. There will also be an in-depth analysis of tax-free exchanges and discussions of various internet sites. Handouts will include sample leases, applications, premise reports and examples of proper record keeping.

CLA / CP Exam Prep Course

NEW! This in-depth prep course for the CLA / CP Examination is taught over three consecutive Saturdays. The National Association of Legal Assistants (NALA) offers a voluntary, two-day comprehensive examination, based on federal law and procedure, to measure a paralegal’s legal knowledge. Successful completion of the exam earns a paralegal the CLA (Certified Legal Assistant) or CP (Certified Paralegal) national credential. This 3-day intensive CLA / CP Review Course offers a review of the basic knowledge area of the exam, tips for preparing the exam, organizing study groups, and test taking strategies. Examination subjects include: Communications, Ethics, Legal Research, Judgment and Analytical Ability, and Substantive Law. The Substantive Law section consistes of five mini-examinations covering the American Legal System and four of the following areas as selected by examinees: Administrative Law, Bankruptcy, Business Organizations/ Corporations, Contracts, Family Law, Criminal Law and Procedure, Litigation, Probate and Estate Planning, and Real Estate. The course fee does not include the cost of the exam or textbooks. Dates: Saturdays, September 13–27 Time: 9 a.m.–5 p.m. CRN: LAW108.01 Fee: $250 Instructor: Virginia Butler, CLA, seven years experience as a practicing paralegal, Richmond Paralegal Association

Scholarship Assistance

Scholarship assistance may be available through “Learning for Life”, for women taking a noncredit class in professional development or a certificate program such as the Culinary Arts Program. Contact Stephanie Bowlin, Program Coordinator, at sbowlin@richmond.edu or (804) 287-6331 for scholarship information and application.

Dates: Thursdays, August 14–21 Time: 7–9 p.m. CRN: HOM308.08 Fee: $59 Instructor: Leigh Crank Perry, event and party planner, volunteer coordinator

Date: Saturday, May 17 Time: 9 a.m.–1 p.m. CEUs: 0.4 CRN: FIN308.03 Fee: $99 OR Date: Friday, July 25 Time: 6–10 p.m. CEUs: 0.4 CRN: FIN308.04 Fee: $99 Instructor: R. Michael Vandeweghe, Licensed Real Estate Broker and Instructor

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COMMUNICATIONS AND WRITING

Communications & Writing Writing Poetry: The Poetics of Form

NEW! Of all aspects of poetry, form is arguably the most misunderstood. This course will concentrate on four dimensions of poetry: line, structure, tradition, and relation. Through a series of readings, writing exercises, and class workshops, your understanding of poetic form will broaden and go beyond any superficial positions. Students should purchase The Triggering Town: Lectures and Essays on Poetry and Writing, by Richard Hugo, prior to the first class. Dates: Tuesdays, May 6–June 3 No Class: May 20 Time: 6–8 p.m. CEUs: 0.8 CRN: ENG308.08 Fee: $99 OR Dates: Tuesdays, June 10–July 1 Time: 6–8 p.m. CEUs: 0.8 CRN: ENG308.09 Fee: $99 OR Dates: Tuesdays, July 8–29 Time: 6–8 p.m. CEUs: 0.8 CRN: ENG308.10 Fee: $99 Instructor: Christian Horlick, MFA in creative writing; published author and poet

Creative Writing: Poetry

Explore the process of writing poetry by understanding how ideas are generated and translated into poetic form. How do we get these ideas and then what do we do with them? Read selections of poems to broaden your perspective and enhance your own poems. Weekly poems will be written, evaluated and edited in class. By the end of the course you will have a portfolio of poems in progress with the skills to revise them, as well as the knowledge on how to get the good ones published. Students should purchase The Triggering Town: Lectures and Essays on Poetry and Writing, by Richard Hugo, prior to the first class. CEUs: 0.8 Dates: Thursdays, May 8–June 5 No Class: May 22 Time: 6–8 p.m. CRN: ENG308.04 Fee: $99 OR Dates: Thursdays, June 12–July 3 Time: 6–8 p.m. CRN: ENG308.06 Fee: $99 OR Dates: Thursdays, July 10–31 Time: 6–8 p.m. CRN: ENG308.07 Fee: $99 Instructor: Christian Horlick, MFA in creative writing; published author and poet

You’ve Got This Great Idea for a Movie...

NEW! You’re about to write your first screenplay, or better yet you’ve actually written your first screenplay! You pitch your idea. You send query letters to agents...and nothing happens. Why? Find out from a former Writer’s Guild Literary Agent with years of experience, pitching and working with major studios, star production companies and LA and NY producers. Learn ways to make your story more appealing so that industry people want to read it. Class Requirement: Students will need to bring in a one paragraph log line to pitch their screenplay, along with a three page single spaced synopsis of their screenplay. Page 1 should equal the first act, page 2 should be the second act, and page 3 should equal the third act. Main characters’ names introduced in the synopsis should be in all caps. This is an excellent way for a writer to better grasp their story and to see problems in the script that may stop people from reading it even before you write it! Personal attention will be given to each student from the instructor. Creative feedback from other students is also encouraged to help the writer. CEUs: 0.4 Date: Saturday, September 6 Time: 9 a.m.–1 p.m. CRN: ENG308.03 Fee: $69 Instructor: Helene Wagner, screenwriter, Founder/Director of Virginia Screenwriter’s Forum, Owner/Director of Virginia Film Tours

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Culinary Arts Program Tools of the Trade (Core)

This introductory course explores, in depth, cooking equipment and its proper use. Learn about everything from pots, pans, and knives to choosing the right salt. Work on knife skills and begin exploring basic cooking techniques like stock-making, frying and pan-searing. CAP Core. Dates: Wednesday and Thursday, May 14–15 Time: 6–9 p.m. CRN: CUL308.16 Fee: $169 OR Dates: Wednesday and Thursday, June 4–5 Time: 6–9 p.m. CRN: CUL308.17 Fee: $169 Instructor: Martin Gravely, chef, food writer for Richmond Magazine, owner of Personal Culinary Services, LLC Chef Martin Gravely and CAP student Alicia Ganges.

Chef’s Skills (Core)

Culinary Arts Program

The Culinary Arts Program (CAP) is an exciting hands-on series of food preparation classes designed for home cooks with a variety of experience looking to expand their culinary knowledge. CAP students learn skills and cooking techniques from local food experts. We’ll teach you everything from basic kitchen safety to the preparation of a multicourse meal. Plus you’ll have the opportunity to explore a variety of cuisine and food topics including regional specialties, breads, desserts, ethnic cooking and more. If you’re really serious about cooking, enroll in the CAP Certificate. It’s a 42-hour program that includes five core courses, three electives (topics change each semester), and a Certified Executive Chef Review course. Once you have obtained your CAP Certificate, you’ll be eligible to participate in our Advanced Special Series. This special series of classes is designed specifically for students who have completed our CAP Certificate and want to continue to learn and expand their knowledge. Each Special Series will focus on a type of cuisine or food topic and will meet for multiple sessions. Series topics will change each semester so you will always find something new to learn!

This course, designed as a continuation of Tools of the Trade, allows you to gain further hands-on experience with cooking equipment and to work toward a greater understanding of basic, buildingblock cooking techniques such as broiling, emulsifying and poaching. CAP Core. Pre-requisite: Tools of the Trade Dates: Tuesday and Thursday, July 15–17 Time: 6–9 p.m. CRN: CUL308.14 Fee: $169 OR Dates: Wednesday and Thursday, July 30–31 Time: 6–9 p.m. CRN: CUL308.15 Fee: $169 Instructor: Martin Gravely, chef, food writer for Richmond Magazine, owner of Personal Culinary Services, LLC

Certificate Eligibility and Graduation

In order to receive the certificate, you must attend and successfully complete 42 hours of the program. Prior to completing your final class, Certified Executive Chef Review, you will be required to fill out the Graduation Application and pay the $75 fee. After completing the C.E.C. Review, you will be eligible to graduate. A CAP Graduation ceremony will be held to honor students. This reception is open to all graduates, and their family and friends. Graduates receive a Culinary Arts Program Certificate, apron and cookbook. The ceremony is held each year in month of June.

Scholarship Assistance

Scholarship assistance may be available through “Learning for Life”, for women taking a non-credit class in professional development or a certificate program such as the Culinary Arts Program . Contact Stephanie Bowlin, Program Coordinator, at sbowlin@richmond.edu or (804) 287-6331 for scholarship information and application. 10

Sabot Culinary All hands-on and participatory courses are hosted at Sabot Culinary. Sabot Culinary 1110 Westbriar Drive (804) 750-2290 Tuckahoe Village Merchants Square Shopping Center www.sabotculinary.com

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CULINARY ARTS PROGRAM

Certified Executive Chef Review (Core)

This is your time to show off your culinary skills, cooking techniques and the knowledge you have gained during your prior 39 hours or more in the Culinary Arts Program. Cooking teams will be formed to prepare a meal that is presented to the certified executive chef instructor for sampling. The chef will conclude this class with a critique of each team on all areas of food preparation. CAP Core. Pre-requisites: Tools of the Trade, Chef ’s Skills, Herbs and Spices, Stocks and Sauces, Putting It All Together, and completion of at least 3 elective courses. Student must submit Graduation Application and fee along with the registration for this class. All pre-requisites must be completed prior to the class date. Contact Stephanie Bowlin (sbowlin@richmond.edu or 287-6331) for a Graduation Application. Date: Wednesday, May 7 Time: 6–9 p.m. CRN: CUL308.01 Fee: $99 OR Date: Tuesday, May 13 Time: 6–9 p.m. CRN: CUL308.02 Fee: $99 OR Date: Tuesday, May 20 Time: 6–9 p.m. CRN: CUL308.03 Fee: $99 Instructor: Glen Pruden, C.E.C., Executive Chef, University of Richmond

Thai Street Food

Some of the best food in Thailand can be purchased from stalls and carts right on the sidewalk. Street vendors are ubiquitous in Thailand, and they satiate everyone at all times of the day and night. Use the recipes from Thailand’s streets for entertaining as hors d’ouevres or for light summer dining. Date: Thursday, May 1 Time: 6–9 p.m. CRN: CUL308.20 Instructor: Alexia Miles, chef

Fee: $89

Herbs Galore

Explore India Through Food

Date: Monday, May 5 Time: 6–9 p.m. CRN: CUL308.25 Fee: $89 Instructor: Jan Carlton, culinary expert, local television and radio personality, cookbook author

Date: Wednesday, May 28 Time: 6–9 p.m. CRN: CUL308.30 Fee: $89 Instructor: Asha Doshi, Partner, Mom’s Cooking Institute and More, LLC

Fresh Catch Virginia

Greek Dinner Party

Fresh herbs have become the norm in today’s cooking. Learn how to grow and use these flavor enhancers. Prepare and taste recipes with favorite herbs as well as recipes using some unusual herbs. Add some zip to your cooking with the addition of fresh herbs.

Summer is here and the time is right for eating fresh seafood! But what is fresh, what is local, and how do you tell the difference? Join Dave Booth and see what’s being caught locally, how to find it and pick it out, and what to do with it once you have it! The best fish is fresh fish. After this class you’ll know how to get it and prepare it. Date: Monday, May 19 Time: 6–9 p.m. CRN: CUL308.07 Fee: $89 Instructor: David Booth, personal chef and culinary instructor

Entree Salads

Wow your family and friends with wonderful restaurant-style entrée salads! Each salad is served with freshly produced dressings that make each salad unique. Use a variety of ingredients to create salads that are a meal by themselves! Date: Tuesday, May 27 Time: 6–9 p.m. CRN: CUL308.05 Fee: $89 Instructor: Glen Pruden, C.E.C., Executive Chef, University of Richmond

Northern Indian food is very different from southern Indian food. Learn to make some dishes from both regions. Visit the state of Rajasthan in the north, and learn to make dosa (rice crepes) from the south. Explore the variety of dishes from this wonderful country.

This evening promises to be full of fun and learning as we explore Greek cooking and prepare a multi-course feast ideal for throwing a dinner party at home! Date: Thursday, May 29 Time: 6–9 p.m. CRN: CUL308.13 Fee: $89 Instructor: Martin Gravely, chef, food writer for Richmond Magazine, owner of Personal Culinary Services, LLC

Dining Alfresco

Is your outdoor dining the same old, same old? Learn some new ideas and recipes for alfresco dining. Whether the dining is for a picnic or tailgate gathering, or just supper in the backyard - give it some zip and zing! Make alfresco dining a delightful experience - one you and your guests will fondly remember. Date: Monday, June 2 Time: 6–9 p.m. CRN: CUL308.23 Fee: $89 Instructor: Jan Carlton, culinary expert, local television and radio personality, cookbook author

A Summer Evening in Tuscany

Love Italian food? Can’t get to Italy and Tuscany this summer? Join us for an evening of cooking from the Tuscany region. Tuscan cuisine is said to go back thousands of years, and today still sets the standards of food preparation for which other Italian areas strive. Prepare and taste some culinary specialties from the heartland of Italy. Learn about foods and wines that will delight your palate and leave you wanting more. Bon Appetito! Date: Monday, June 9 Time: 6–9 p.m. CRN: CUL308.26 Fee: $89 Instructor: Jan Carlton, culinary expert, local television and radio personality, cookbook author

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Fruits of Summer Desserts

Crisps, buckles, cobblers, and shortbreads are American baking at its best. Learn to use luscious fruits of summer to make wonderful desserts to delight your friends and family. These recipes are great for making ahead and transporting to picnics. Date: Tuesday, June 10 Time: 6–9 p.m. CRN: CUL308.21 Instructor: Alexia Miles, chef

Fee: $89

Dining Out: The Florida Keys

Long known as the destination for sun seekers and sportsmen, the Florida Keys have also been a secret spot for lovers of fine food. With its bountiful seafood choices and tropical climate, the Keys provide a wide array of culinary delights. Come spend the night preparing foods that are native to that region, and create a meal reminiscent of a warm summer night in Key West. Date: Wednesday, June 11 Time: 6–9 p.m. CRN: CUL308.08 Fee: $89 Instructor: David Booth, personal chef and culinary instructor

An Italian Gastronomic Adventure with Chef Glen Pruden November 6 – 13, 2008 The first three nights of this seven-night trip will be based in Bologna, the food capital of Italy. This university town is rich in history and tradition, as well as many scenic markets and excellent restaurants. Visit the Civic Museum for Ancient Art, and the new Modern Museum of Art “MAMbo”. A walking tour of Bologna and tours to Parma and Modena will also be available. Two cooking classes will be included with visits to local markets and the chance to enjoy all you have prepared. Learn the philosophy of Italian cuisine, where olive oil is the secret ingredient for preparing tasty traditional dishes. We have chosen November for it’s crisp, clear days, and for the opportunity to experience the olive harvest and taste the freshest of fresh olive oil. Siena, one of the best preserve medieval cities, will be your home for the last four nights. In the heart of Tuscany, it is an excellent base for the assortment of day excursions: full day visit to the Cinque Terre on the Ligurian Coast; the Annual Truffle Festival in San Miniato; Tuscan wine tours and tastings; and a private train trip through the Tuscan hills, on to the St. Antimo Abbey, and then to a local winery complimented by lunch in an authentic wine cellar. Included in this customized tour will be: • 7 nights accommodations in 3 – 4 star charming hotels or palazzos • 6 Breakfasts, 4 Lunches and 3 Dinners • Walking tours of Bologna and Siena • Two cooking classes

Soups, Salads and Sandwiches for Summer Cold soup? Yes, it’s very refreshing during the hot summer months! Join us to make some soups and salads using different vegetables, crunchy noodles, and spicy and sweet salad dressings. Make some easy sandwiches to serve at the pool party or picnic. They are healthy, easy, and your guests will love them!

Date: Thursday, June 12 Time: 6–9 p.m. CRN: CUL308.29 Fee: $89 Instructor: Asha Doshi, Partner, Mom’s Cooking Institute and More, LLC

Sicily Calling

The cuisine of Sicily is quite different than any other Italian region. It is influenced by the foods and customs of the many conquerors that invaded the isle. Blend the foreign influences with the climate, add simple, peasant ingredients, including the availability of fresh fish and seafood, and fresh harvest from the garden - and you have the Sicilian cuisine! Come join us for a sampling of dishes found in Sicily. Also learn some of the history and customs of this tantalizing Mediterranean island. Your taste buds will be thoroughly satiated! Date: Monday, June 16 Time: 6–9 p.m. CRN: CUL308.28 Fee: $89 Instructor: Jan Carlton, culinary expert, local television and radio personality, cookbook author

American Sushi

Sushi, American style? Learn how to make proper sushi rice. So you don’t like nori? No problem! We will use all kinds of items you like instead. This will be a fun, informative and hands-on class. Date: Tuesday, June 17 Time: 6–9 p.m. CRN: CUL308.18 Fee: $89 Instructor: Glen Pruden, C.E.C., Executive Chef, University of Richmond

• Wine Tasting Tour • Truffle Festival • Excursions as noted in final itinerary • Transportation within Italy • Hotel taxes and service charges • Gratuities for all tour inclusives Space is limited to 11 students, plus Chef Glen Pruden. Approximate price per person based on double occupancy: $4,000 Single Supplement: $900 Airfare is additional. For a complete itinerary, or to sign up for this adventure, please contact Stephanie Bowlin at (804) 287-6331 or sbowlin@richmond.edu. 12

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CULINARY ARTS PROGRAMS

Small Plates Big Flavor

In this class you will learn to build bold flavors with small portions. Creating powerful starters, appetizers and salads, you will wow your guests with the amazing flavors of these small dishes. Date: Tuesday, June 24 Time: 6–9 p.m. CRN: CUL308.19 Fee: $89 Instructor: Glen Pruden, C.E.C., Executive Chef, University of Richmond

Entertaining Summer Style

When the weather gets too steamy, retreat inside to a sanctuary of coolness! Create a meal of bold summer flavors that will make your guests forget about the heat and humidity outside. This menu is sure to beat the heat and satisfy the palate, using fresh, local ingredients properly paired and handled. Date: Wednesday, June 25 Time: 6–9 p.m. CRN: CUL308.09 Fee: $89 Instructor: David Booth, personal chef and culinary instructor

Globetrottin’ Appetizers

Come join the fun as we span the globe in search of interesting and delicious first-courses. There promises to be lots of hands-on cooking and plenty of good food to sample! Date: Thursday, July 10 Time: 6–9 p.m. CRN: CUL308.12 Fee: $89 Instructor: Martin Gravely, chef, food writer for Richmond Magazine, owner of Personal Culinary Services, LLC

Main Meal and Other Summer Salads

Are your salads dull and uninteresting? Are you putting together the same old salad combination with the same old dressing? Is head/iceberg lettuce the mainstay of your salads? Shame, shame! Come sample and taste the myriad of summer salad recipes now available. Learn some history of salad making. Make salads - as an accompaniament or the main-meal attraction - something your taste buds will remember. Date: Monday, July 14 Time: 6–9 p.m. CRN: CUL308.24 Fee: $89 Instructor: Jan Carlton, culinary expert, local television and radio personality, cookbook author

Canning and Preserving the Summer Harvest

Ah... the summer harvest of luscious fresh fruits and vegetables. Would you like to make some jams, jellies, and preserves? Perhaps some good crisp homemade pickles? Or, how about preparing chili sauce, a spicy chutney, or peach butter? Come learn the do’s and don’ts of canning and preserving, and how easy the preparation is! There is nothing as special as something homemade.

Chef Alexia Miles and CAP students Janet Brown (l) and Tammy Gurdin (r).

Date: Monday, July 21 Time: 6–9 p.m. CRN: CUL308.27 Fee: $89 Instructor: Jan Carlton, culinary expert, local television and radio personality, cookbook author

CAP Certificate Course Requirements

Summer Seafood Appetizers

Five Core Courses

During the dog days of summer, people’s tastes turn to lighter fare that won’t bog them down or overheat their kitchens. Explore some of the methods and flavors that can be used to create awesome seafood appetizers. See how outdoor cooking, pre-cooking, and chilled foods can be utilized to create tantelizing first-course treats, tasty snacks and light suppers. Date: Wednesday, July 23 Time: 6–9 p.m. CRN: CUL308.10 Fee: $89 Instructor: David Booth, personal chef and culinary instructor

Cooking Out Outer Banks-Style

Celebrate the tastes of the beach at an old-style clam bake! Create dishes that use the best of the beach and remind you of that perfect summer vacation. Learn how to pick out and utilize the freshest seafood, just like it comes off the boat. After sampling these creations, you’ll be ready to take off your shoes and take a moonlit stroll along the shoreline. Date: Wednesday, August 6 Time: 6–9 p.m. CRN: CUL308.11 Fee: $89 Instructor: David Booth, personal chef and culinary instructor

TOTAL Hours: 30

Tools of the Trade. Introductory requirement of the certificate program. From ovens to spoons, learn characteristics and proper use of kitchen equipment. (6 hours)

Chef ’s Skills. Enhance your culinary knowledge with basic knife skills, tricks of the trade and classic cooking techniques. Prerequisite: Tools of the Trade. (6 hours) Herbs & Spices. Learn the difference between herbs and spices and their food compatibility. Prerequisites: Tools of the Trade, Chef ’s Skills. (6 hours) Stocks & Sauces. Learn the principles of making quality stocks, and the five sauces that are the basis of all other sauces. Prerequisites: Tools of the Trade, Chef ’s Skills, Herbs & Spices. (6 hours) Putting It All Together. Plan and prepare a three-course meal using the skills you have learned in the other core classes. Prerequisites: Tools of the Trade, Chef ’s Skills, Herbs & Spices, Stocks & Sauces. (6 hours)

Three Elective Courses TOTAL Hours: 9

Choose three elective courses to learn more about specific cuisine or food topics. Most elective courses meet for one 3-hour session. To maximize benefit from the program, it is recommended (but not required) that the first two core courses be completed prior to taking elective courses. Elective courses change each semester, so you will always find a new topic of interest!

Final Showcase

TOTAL Hours: 3

The Certified Executive Chef Review is your “final exam” before obtaining your certificate. This is your opportunity to apply all of the skills you have learned in your previous classes. Cooking teams will be formed in order to prepare various dishes, which will be sampled and “graded” by the Certified Executive Chef. Prerequisite: Must have completed all five core classes and three elective courses. 13


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Dance Social Dancing 101

NEW! Haven’t you always wanted to know the basics of social dancing? Just enough to get out on the floor for a wedding reception or charity event? Well, this is the perfect class for you! We will focus on learning basic Swing, Rumba and Nite Club Foxtrot. These 3 dances will cover every type of music that is traditionally played by DJ’s and bands. Partners are not necessary, but highly recommended. Registration for this class also includes admission to the weekly Thursday night Beginner Group Class and Dance Party at Rigby’s Jig. All class sessions meet at Rigby’s Jig Dance Studio, 5470 W. Broad Street. Dates: Mondays, May 5–June 16 No Class: May 26. Time: 6–7 p.m. CRN: DAN308.01 Fee: $139 Instructor: Eleanor Robertson, Owner, Rigby’s Jig Ballroom Dance Studio

Swingin’ Summer Series

Learn how to do all of your favorite Swing dances! We will focus on the basics of 4 Count Swing, Single Time Swing, East Coast Swing, and West Coast Swing. This is a great course for beginners as well as accomplished dancers looking to add patterns to their repertoire and styling to their moves! Partners are not necessary, but highly recommended. Registration fee includes access to Thursday night Beginner Group Class and Dance Party. All class sessions will meet at Rigby’s Jig Dance Studio, 5470 W. Broad Street. Dates: Mondays, July 7–August 11 Time: 6–7 p.m. CRN: DAN308.02 Fee: $139 Instructor: Eleanor Robertson, Owner, Rigby’s Jig Ballroom Dance Studio

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Ballroom Dance Teachers Academy

NEW! The Ballroom Dance Teachers Academy is a formal vocational program that offers professional training to aspiring ballroom dance teachers. We will train you to become a dance teacher, prepare you for professional certification exams, and teach you how to maximize your career in the ballroom dance world. Teaching ballroom dance is a career option for anyone - no prior dance experience is required. In this course you will learn how to dance as both Leader and Follower, technical elements of all dances, musical elements of all dances, how to teach private and group classes, and how to prepare for national certification. The entire 16-month program covers the 17 dances of DVIDA (Dance Vision) syllabus for Smooth, Rhythm and Nightclub dances. The program is divided into four quarters which can be taken in any order. The current quarter being offered this summer is Rhythm II (Mambo, Meregue, Samba and West Coast Swing). You do NOT have to complete the Rhythm I quarter prior to enrolling in Rhythm II. Requirements: Students must purchase dance shoes prior to the second class. Students enrolled in the class receive a 10% discount if they purchase shoes from Simply Ballroom. Students must purchase the Trainee Binder from the instructor on the first night of class ($75). Students must also purchase DVIDA American Style Rhythm Bronze Manual (item number MARB04 available online from www.dancevision.com) prior to the first class (approximately $69).

Film Hollywood Movies Made in Virginia

Learn the history of Hollywood movies and TV shows made in Virginia over the last quarter of a century in a classroom powerpoint presentation. Following the presentation, board a motor coach to enjoy a two-hour movie tour and see historic Richmond through the lens of Hollywood’s eyes. This entertaining and educational course is part of the Virginia Film Tour Program. It is filled with fascinating behind-the-scenes stories about the making of movies. Visit many of the actual filming locations where over forty Hollywood movies and TV shows were filmed including: Evan Almighty, Cold Mountain, The Contender, Commander in Chief (ABC series), The Jackal, Hearts in Atlantis, Hannibal, First Kid, Gore Vidal’s Lincoln, plus many more!

Date: Monday, May 19 Time: 5:30–8:30 p.m. CRN: FLM308.01 Fee: $49 OR Date: Thursday, July 10 (Lecture only and does not include the bus tour) Time: 6–8 p.m. CRN: FLM308.02 Fee: $29 Instructor: Helene Wagner, screenwriter, Founder/Director of Virginia Screenwriter’s Forum and Owner/Director of Virginia Film Tours

Dates: Tuesdays and Thursdays, May 13–August 28 Time: 5:30–7:30 p.m. CEUs: 6.4 CRN: DAN308.03 Fee: $395 Instructor: Veronica Braun, Associate, North American Dance Teacher’s Association, Member of National Dance Council of America, Instructor at Simply Ballroom

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FINANCIAL TOPICS

Financial Topics Comprehensive Income Tax Preparation

This 60-hour course provides a solid foundation in individual income tax preparation, enabling you to complete all of the standard returns. There are no entrance requirements. With this knowledge, you can earn extra money as a tax professional. Learn the majority of tax forms needed to fill out tax returns for yourself and the general public. Acquire the knowledge and skills necessary to complete federal income tax returns and research tax issues. Because “practice makes perfect”, the course requires at least two tax returns prepared for most lessons, one of which will be done as a class project and one of which will be completed individually and submitted to your instructor. The course will also include information and exercises on interview techniques. Dates: Tuesdays and Thursdays, May 13–July 17 Time: 6–8:30 p.m. CEUs: 6.0 CRN: BUS308.05 Fee: $399 Instructor: Jim Maxwell, Peoples Income Tax, Inc.

Fundamentals of Real Estate Investing

Complete Financial Management Workshop

Date: Saturday, May 17 Time: 9 a.m.–1 p.m. CEUs: 0.4 CRN: FIN308.03 Fee: $99 OR Date: Friday, July 25 Time: 6–10 p.m. CEUs: 0.4 CRN: FIN308.04 Fee: $99 Instructor: R. Michael Vandeweghe, Licensed Real Estate Broker and Instructor

Dates: Tuesdays and Thursdays, July 22–29 Time: 6:30–9 p.m. CRN: FIN308.02 Fee: $99 Instructor: Cory Cuje, Financial Advisor

This course will interest anyone who wishes to invest in income-producing property and wants a basic understanding of the skills required to become a successful real estate investor. Topics include property selection, goal setting, how to read credit reports, tenant selection, sources of income and why choosing real estate is a smart investment choice. There will also be anin-depth analysis of tax-free exchanges and discussions of various internet sites. Handouts will include sample leases, applications, premise reports and examples of proper record keeping.

Long Term Care Planning

NEW! Learn the most effective ways to protect your retirement lifestyle from the high costs of long-term care. This course, taught by a Financial Advisor and an Investment Advisor Representative, will guide you through some proven strategies for protecting against one of the greatest risks retirees face today. Explore the future of healthcare, current societal trends, medicare, medicaid, Virginia’s Qualified State Long Term Care Insurance Partnership Program, and the financial knowledge that you need to be well positioned in the 21st century. Light hors d’oeuvres and refreshments will be served.

NEW! Whether you are an experienced or inexperienced investor, this course will provide you with the tools required to make sound financial decisions. Learn strategies to help: build an effective investment portfolio; plan for retirement; pay for your children’s or grandchildren’s education; reduce your taxes; protect your money and assets; avoid probate and reduce your estate taxes; leave more of your wealth to your heirs; and much more! This comprehensive course includes a workbook that will become a valuable resource long after the workshop has ended.

Foreign Language Elementary Italian

This course is designed for beginners and travelers. Learn to speak some basic Italian in order to understand common situations while traveling in Italy. Upon completion of this course you will be able to demonstrate a good understanding of Italian spelling and pronunciation, as well as the basics of grammar and syntax. You will also study basic reading comprehension skills. Though designed for those who plan to travel to Italy, this course will provide a basic knowledge of the language to anyone who is interested in gaining insight into the culture. Dates: Tuesdays and Fridays, May 2–30 Time: 5:30–7:30 p.m. CRN: ITL308.01 Fee: $189 Instructor: Rosanna Lauriola, Ph.D. in Greek and Latin Languages and Literatures

Date: Tuesday, May 20 Time: 6–8 p.m. CRN: FIN308.01 Fee: $29 Instructor: Jason Pruden, Investment Advisor Representative, and J. Cory Hoffer, Financial Advisor

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Fitness Instructional Programs

The Fitness Instructional Programs are non-credit educational classes, clinics, workshops and certification programs scheduled on the University of Richmond campus through the Department of Recreation and Wellness. A variety of classes are offered throughout the term. This is a list of proposed classes. Depending on participation and registration numbers classes may change or be canceled without notice. For the most current program information, contact Recreation and Wellness. Web http://oncampus.richmond.edu/ student/affairs/recwell and click on Fitness Schedules. Phone (804) 289-8581 E-mail shickers@richmond.edu Call the School of Continuing Studies at 289-8133 with questions regarding registration. Fees apply to University students for all classes marked with an *.

Belly Dancing I

Improve self-expression and fitness by mastering this ancient dance form. Each class includes warm-up exercises and participants will learn basic Belly Dance steps, techniques, finger cymbals, and veil techniques. A special function will be held where you may dance or watch others perform! Required purchase: finger cymbals, veil, and hip scarf. (No Middle Eastern Dance History will be taught during the summer session). CRN Dates Day 70882 6/08-7/06 Sun. 40116 7/13-8/10 Sun.

Fee $50 $50

Instructor: Patricia Clark-Hines (BatSheva)

Belly Dancing II

Come and learn the movements and steps of this ancient art form. You not only learn how to express yourself through dance, but also how to connect yourself with the Universe that surrounds us. Additionally, this activity will help you burn calories and stimulate your digestive system which speeds metabolism! Welcome to all fitness levels. CRN Dates Day 70883 6/08-7/06 Sun. 40117 7/13-8/10 Sun.

Time 2-3 PM 2-3 PM

Fee $50 $50

Start your day with the best of both worlds! Enjoy both a cardio workout and strength training in one class. The certified instructor alternates intervals of athletic-based, easy-to-follow cardio drills followed by strength training segments. Beginners and experienced exercisers benefit from this type of training. CRN Dates Days 70861 6/03-8/07 T/TH

Circuit training is a wonderful way to get a total body workout in and really crank up the fat burning zones. This class will utilize our MATRIX fitness equipment. This equipment is top of the line and designed specifically to target all of you muscle groups. The class will be lead by a certified personal trainer that will ensure you are using proper technique and exercise design that will produce optimal results! If your goal is to add lean muscle mass and burn some serious calories, then this is for you! CRN Dates Days Time Fee 70869 6/06-8/08 Fri 11:15 AM-noon $150

Body Tone

Cycle 101

Instructor: Laurie Collins

Time 12:15-1 PM

Fee $180

Fee $180

Circuit Training

No Class: 7/4 Instructor: Ike Pethtel

A good strength training workout is the perfect compliment to your cardio workouts! By incorporating a variety of resistance tools such as weights, balls and bands, you will be able to strengthen all your major muscle groups and help you tighten up those targeted areas.

Time 7-8 AM

Instructor: Sharry Goode

Instructor: Patricia Clark-Hines (BatSheva)

CRN Dates Day 70864 6/02-8/06 M/W

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Time 1-2 PM 1-2 PM

Cardio Sculpt

Never tried spinning, or simply new to it? Well this is the class for you. The instructor will teach you the basics of spinning. Learn how to set up your bike, proper pedal positioning, basic movements and stances and all the tools you need to have a great workout and fun ride! All fitness levels are welcome. CRN Dates Day Time Fee 70900 6/02-8/06 M/W 5:15-6:15 PM $180 Instructor: Kerry McClung

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FITNESS INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAMS

F.I.T. Fusion

A new “Hybrid” class that is extremely action packed and fun for all levels of fitness! It will consist of traditional muscle sculpting, Yoga and Pilates with a twist of functional training that focuses mainly on the core. Come prepared to work your ABS: Abdominals, Balance and Stability!! CRN Date Day Time Fee 70865 6/02-8/06 M/W 5:15-6:15 PM $180 Instructor: Mondays-Sharry Goode/ Wednesdays-Karen Adam

Gentle Yoga (stability focus)

This gentler, slower paced practice makes it more accessible to people of all sizes, ages, and fitness levels. The class removes any fears or challenges in doing yoga, while it also assists with stress reduction and weight management. It creates an atmosphere of safety and comfort that fosters self-esteem and body awareness. CRN Date Day Time 70870 6/02-8/06 M/W 11 AM-noon

Lite N Low

Want a workout that moves a bit slower, but still at an effective pace? This class will be dedicated to improving your flexibility and increasing your functional fitness and body awareness. A great class for those that are interested in establishing a good baseline for developing a progressive fitness plan in the future. All fitness levels welcome. Time 1:15-2 PM

Put your stress in our hands! Receive numerous benefits from one of our professionally certified Massage Therapists with three hours of massage therapy. You will receive three full-hour, total body massages. Once registration is processed, call 287-6464 between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. Monday through Friday to schedule your appointments. Cancellations must be made 24 hours in advance or massage time will be forfeited. Massage room is located in the Wellness Center in the Weinstein Center for Recreation and Wellness. Please show up 10 minutes prior to your massage. The hour begins at your time of appointment. Individuals may only register for one section (CRN) per semester. There will be opportunities for those who are unable to get into a Fitness Instructional Program section to make appointments for a massage. The Department of Recreation and Wellness will offer daily massage rates too! Please understand appointments are made on a first come, first serve basis within the scheduled time blocks. CRN 70885

Therapist Courtney

Dates 6/02-8/06

Day Tues Wed. Thurs Friday

Time 12:15 pm-6 pm 12:15 pm-2:45 pm 12:15 pm-2:45 pm 12:15 pm-2:45 pm

Fee $270

70886

Whitney

6/02-8/06

Mon Wed Sat

6-9 pm 6-9 pm 10 am-2 pm

$270

70887

John

6/02-8/06

Tues Wed. Thurs

1-5 pm 1-5 pm 1-5 pm

$270

70889

Ohad

6/02-8/06

Fri Sat/Sun

5 pm-9 pm 10 am-3 pm

70890

Jacqueline

6/02-8/06

Tues Thurs. Fri.

2-8 pm 9 am-12 pm 9 am-12 pm

Fee $180

Instructor: Lynda Hoffarth

CRN Date Day 70867 6/02-8/06 M/W

* Massage Therapy

Fee $180

Lunchtime Yoga

A classic Pilates Mat Workout with extra focus on ABS. It specifically targets our most hard to tone areas: strengthens ABS and lower back, slims the waistline, trims thighs and buttocks, and sculpts legs. All levels welcome.

Yoga that is designed for any level of student from beginner to advanced. Students learn how to find where postural imbalances occur in their structures, loosen tight muscles, and strengthen weak ones. Each student learns how to gain more awareness of the body and how to reach its optimum strength. Students perceive more openness as they find correct alignments in the postures. No experience necessary.

CRN Dates Day Time 70863 6/02-8/06 M/W 11 AM-noon

CRN Dates 70871 6/03-8/07

Instructor: Laurie Collins

Lunchtime Pilates and ABS

Instructor: Galina Fedorova

Fee $150

Day T/R

Instructor: Lynda Hoffarth

Time 11 AM-noon

Fee $150

$270 $270

Lunch Zumba

Zumba combines high energy and motivating music with unique moves and combinations that allow the Zumba participants to dance away their worries. It is based on the principle that a workout should be “FUN AND EASY TO DO” allowing Zumba participants to stick to the Zumba Fitness program and achieve long-term health benefits. Zumba is a “feel-happy” workout that is great for both the body and the mind. CRN Dates Day 70866 6/03-8/07 T/TR

Time noon- 1 PM

Fee $180

Instructor: Laurie Collins/Jackie Pfamatter

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* Personal Training

Get a jump start on your workout program with one of our Fitness Professionals! Receive an individual fitness assessment plus 5 hours of personal training time with a certified personal trainer! The personal training times are scheduled directly with your personal trainer. All activities take place in the Weinstein Center for Recreation and Wellness. There will be opportunities for those who are unable to get into a Fitness Instructional Program section to make appointments with a Certified Personal Trainer. The Department of Recreation and Wellness will offer single session and package rates too! Please understand appointments are made on a first come, first serve basis within the scheduled time blocks. CRN Trainer Dates 70891 Ike 6/02-8/06 70892 Laurie 6/02-8/06 70896 Nadine 6/02-8/06 70894 Paul 6/02-8/06 70895 Brian 6/02-8/06 70893 Bill 6/02-8/06

Day M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F

Fee $300 $300 $300 $300 $300 $300

* Personal Training–Buddy Training (2 clients, 1 Trainer)

Want to workout with a friend? Check out our opportunities for Buddy Training! Buddy training is for those of us who don’t want to work out with just a trainer. Bring a friend, family member or co-worker along who wants to achieve similar fitness goals! The two of you will share the 5 one hour sessions with one of our trainers! A great way to get in shape with a good friend! You must have a partner when signing up for this. You will each fill out a registration form for the CRN of your trainer preference. *Community members will receive a temporary pass for the semester they are doing their training. CRN Trainer Dates 70897 Ike 6/02-8/06 70899 Laurie 6/02-8/06 70898 Nadine 6/02-8/06

Day M-F M-F M-F

Fee $180 $180 $180

Pilates and Abs

Pilates is a method of exercise and physical movement designed to stretch, strengthen, and balance the body. With systematic practice of specific exercises coupled with focused breathing patterns Pilates provides you with an all encompassing workout combining both rejuvenation and relaxation! CRN Dates 70875 6/03-8/07

Day Time Fee T/R 5:15-6:15 PM $160

Instructor: Karen Adams

Several dancing styles are reviewed in this class, including Foxtrot, Swing, ChaCha, or C/W Two-Step. The participants will choose two dances on the first night of class. Dancers will learn new footwork and moves with lots of practice and individual attention. This class is for the new dancer and the basic dancer looking to improve what you already know and make dance more fun! Individuals must register with a dance partner. Pricing is based per individual. No experience necessary!

40112 7/13-8/10

Sun

The best of both worlds! 30 minutes of Spinning followed by 30 minutes of toning and sculpting your mid section! Who says it has to be one or the other? This class will let you enjoy both! By combining basic, rhythmic and athletic spinning drills with concentrated CORE and abdominal exercises you will be able to get a complete cardiovascular and resistance training workout in this hour! All fitness levels are welcome. CRN Dates Day Time Fee 70874 6/03-8/07 T/TR 6:30-7:30 PM $180

Social Dance I

CRN Dates Days 70879 6/08-7/06 Sun

Spinning and Abs

Time Fee 3-4:30 PM $40 per person 3-4:30 PM $40 per person

Instructor: Kerry McClung

Tennis I

This is an instructional class for the beginning player, or for a player who is returning to the game. The instructor focuses on developing the basics of the game: forehand, backhand, volley and serve. The class has a relaxed pace and uses a variety of drills to enhance footwork, hand-eye coordination, and muscle memory of shots. Scoring is also covered through practice drills of mini-tennis, using speedballs, and progressing to fullcourt play. No experience necessary. CRN Dates Days 70877 6/02-8/06 M/W

Instructors: Mike and Betty Weeks, Just Dance Company

Instructor: Brandon Thornton

Social Dance II

Tennis II

This class is for dancers who have completed the Social Dance Styling class or those who have some dance experience and want to take it to the next level. Several dancing styles are reviewed in this class, including Foxtrot, Swing, Cha-Cha, and C/W Two-Step. The participants will choose two dances on the first night of class. Dancers will learn new footwork and moves with lots of practice and individual attention. The objective of this class is to improve what you already know and make dance more fun! Individuals must register with a dance partner. Pricing is based per individual. CRN Dates Days 70880 6/08-7/06 Sun 40113 7/13-8/10

Sun

Time Fee 4:30-6 PM $40 per person 4:30-6 PM $40 per person

Time 6-7 PM

Fee $130

This class is for the active recreational player and is drill intensive. Students move quickly through a series of fastpaced drills designed to improve footwork and attacking shots. The instructor focuses on adding new elements to your game and strategy. Each class includes match play and round robin doubles. Participants must have a solid understanding of the mechanics and dynamics of the game, and have a 3.0+ USTA ranking. CRN Dates Days 70878 6/02-8/06 M/W

Time 7-8 PM

Fee $130

Instructor: Brandon Thornton

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Yoga-Lates

An outstanding hybrid class that will strengthen your core, increase flexibility, tone and shape your upper and lower body. Yoga-Lates will make you look taller, look slimmer and be more relaxed. What a great way to build strength without adding bulk. CRN Dates Day 70876 6/03-8/07 T/TR

Time noon-1 PM

Fee $160

Instructor: Galina Fedorova

Yo-Qua (Aqua Yoga)

Moving the flowing postures of yoga to the pool continues to promise improved strength & flexibility while offering support to the body by the water’s buoyancy. The water which uses twelve times more resistance than land classes is a natural enhancer to the muscles’ endurance. Improving range of motion, the water will allow greater mobility of the joints. This class combines yoga postures with dynamic movements of synchronized swimming & water aerobics. Be prepared to get some of your hair wet and rest assured that there will be no inversions! CRN Dates Day Time Fee 70862 6/03-8/07 T/TR 12:15-1:15PM $180 Instructor: Lynda Hoffarth

Zumba and ABS

Combining the hottest dance class in exercise ZUMBA, with a focus on working your ABS! This is the best of both worlds. The routines feature aerobic/fitness interval training with a combination of fast and slow rhythms that tone and sculpt the body. Zumba utilizes the principles of fitness interval training and resistance training to maximize caloric output, fat burning and total body toning. It is a mixture of body sculpting movements with easy to follow dance steps. CRN Dates Day 70868 6/03-8/07 T/TR Instructor: Jackie Pfamatter

Time 6-7 PM

Fee $180

The Weinstein Center for Recreation and Wellness at the University of Richmond Memberships

Become a member of The Weinstein Center for Recreation and Wellness and become a part of the University of Richmond community. The Weinstein Center offers great ways for you to foster personal development, increase physical and psychological health, and meet others in wellness and recreational activities. The new Weinstein Center for Recreation and Wellness provides a comprehensive state of the art facility that includes a two-level fitness and wellness center, three-court gymnasium with an elevated walking and jogging track, two multipurpose rooms, pool, game room, racquetball and squash courts, as well as locker room and sauna facilities. Participants will have the opportunity to experience a full range of cardio and strength equipment, in addition to a wellness resource center and computer lab. The Fitness and Wellness program offers group exercise, indoor cycling and other outstanding fitness instructional programs throughout the day such as Pilates, Body Sculpt and Tennis, just to name a few. In addition, special screenings, assessments and services are offered to address health and wellness topics. Services often include massage therapy, personal training, cholesterol screenings, blood pressure checks, fitness assessments and services such as Yoga therapy. For more information about Recreation and Wellness programs or the Weinstein Center, please call (804) 289-8486 or e-mail cmcmilla@richmond.edu, or visit our website at http://oncampus.richmond.edu/student/affairs/recwell/index.html.

Facility Rentals and Special Events

Take advantage of our beautiful facilities to rent for your events. From sporting tournaments to birthday parties to receptions we can do it all. A beautiful courtyard and atrium, 22,000 square feet of open area in the gymnasium, a pool and outdoor fields….We can accommodate any group. For more information on facility rentals and/or special events contact Marti Tomlin at mtomlin@richmond.edu or 289-8488 The following facilities are available for rent: • Gymnasium (1-3 courts) • 2 Multipurpose Rooms • 3 Intramural Fields • Outdoor Sports Complex • Racquetball/Squash Courts • Indoor Swimming Pool • Millhiser Gymnasium

Fitness Classes

Interested in new ways to help you reach your fitness goals? Then look no further than our fun and effective fitness instructional programming classes! Take part in the classes of your choice. We offer everything from mind and body such as Tai-Chi, Yoga and Pilates to high impact such as Cardio Kick Box, Zumba and Circuit training. And several others in between like Aqua Fitness, Belly Dancing and spinning! If you think you might like a personal trainer, sport specific coach and/or massage therapy, we have that too! For more information on classes or registration contact Seth Hickerson at shickers@richmond.edu or 289-8581.

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Fundraising and Philanthropy

Nonprofit Marketing Certificate Program

Effective marketing has become vital to the success of nonprofit organizations. For this reason, it is important to have a thorough understanding of marketing to make the most of limited resources within nonprofits. This certificate program is designed to provide you with a comprehensive overview of marketing basics, effective communication and promotion. You will develop the skills needed to create an effective marketing plan, how to develop a powerful message about your organization and how to make the most of your marketing dollars. Participants in the Nonprofit Marketing Certificate will typically complete eight courses equaling 48 contact hours of instruction. For certificate course requirements, see our Web site.

Board Development Series Telling Your Organization’s Story: Fundraising by Word of Mouth – Board & CEOs Successful development professionals know that fundraising is more than identifying wealthy individuals and asking them for money. It is more about the strategic sharing of passionate stories of need and the solutions an organization offers. This course is geared towards “fundraising shy” board members, volunteers and even CEOs. It offers tips and methods to tell the stories that will resonate with prospective donors, and how those who hate to ask for money can further the fundraising process.

Instructor: Tuesday, June 10 Time: 6–8 p.m. CRN: 70650 Fee: $45 CEUs: 0.2 Instructor: Patricia S. Morris, CFRE, MPA Chief Development Officer, Central Virginia Food Bank OR Instructor: Tuesday, July 15 Time: 6–8 p.m. CRN: 40191 Fee: $45 CEUs: 0.2 Instructor: Patricia S. Morris, CFRE, MPA Chief Development Officer, Central Virginia Food Bank

Fundraising & Development Grant Writing 101

This six-hour workshop takes you stepby-step through all the stages of the proposal writing process. The class discusses the characteristics of effective & ineffective proposals by giving you the opportunity to review actual grant proposals written by others. This class is appropriate for individuals who have never written a grant or for those who need a thorough review. It is helpful to have a specific project in mind so that you will obtain the most benefit from the class. Workbook provided. Part I: The first part of the workshop presents a broad overview of grantsmanship and examines questions surrounding proposals, their funding sources and preparation necessary before writing a grant proposal. Part II: The second half of the workshop discusses the important components of a grant application including: Summary/Abstract, Introduction, Need/Problem Statement, Objectives, Activities/Methods, Evaluation and Budget. Instructor: Mondays, June 9–16 Time: 9 a.m.–noon CRN: 70648 Fee: $160 CEUs: 0.6 Instructor: Brownie Hamilton, Ph.D. The Grantwriter, LLC

Fundraising and Development Certificate Program

It is essential that nonprofit professionals become knowledgeable in current fundraising techniques and skills. Participants in the Fundraising and Development Certificate will typically complete eight courses equaling 48 contact hours of instruction. For certificate course requirements, see our Web site.

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Grant Research

Join us for three hours in the computer lab as we explore Internet sites and subscription databases to identify private, corporate and federal funding sources appropriate for your organization. The class will be more beneficial if you come with a specific project and asking amount. At the end of the class, you will have an opportunity to explore the websites and databases on your own. Instructor: Monday, May 12 Time: 9 a.m.–noon CRN: 70647 CEUs: 0.3 Instructor: Brownie Hamilton, Ph.D. The Grantwriter, LLC

Fee: $80

To Get a Big Gift, Think Like a Donor

What motivates a donor to make a big gift? This class explores the thoughts, motivations and needs of donors and why they make-or don’t make big gifts. Participants will be given practical examples on how we can attract more donors and win their loyalty and their support. We will look at the donor’s decisionmaking process and how we can create an environment that is friendly to the process and makes it easier for donors to decide to give to our organizations. When we think like a donor, we achieve big results. Instructor: Wednesday, June 18 Time: 9 a.m.–noon CRN: 70561 Fee: $75 CEUs: 0.3 Instructor: Wayne Olson, Trust Company of Virginia

Donor Relations

Today’s donors seek “more personal attention from and involvement with the organizations that they support, more active voices in organizational policies and practices, and greater accountability for what was accomplished through their gifts.” This class will explore new and exciting ways to create individual cultivation, recognition and stewardship plans that will build and nurture lasting relationships between your organization and those who support it with their time and money. Date: Thursday, June 12 Time: 9 a.m.–noon CRN: 70653 Fee: $75 CEUs: 0.3 Instructor: Jan Meriwether, Vice President of Institutional Advancement, Virginia Union University

From Planned Gifts to a Planned Giving Program

Planned giving is the technique used by many donors to maximize their support of nonprofit organizations. To be successful, however, a planned giving program must do more than interpret gift planning options to individual donors. This course will refresh your knowledge of basic gift planning techniques, and equip you and your organization to build upon that knowledge to market and manage a sustainable planned giving program. Instructor: Fridays, July 25 and August 1 Time: 9 a.m.–noon CRN: 40156 Fee: $150 CEUs: 0.6 Instructor: Bradley Purcell, Esq. President, Planned Giving Advantage, Inc.

Major Gifts: The Focus of Expanding Investment in Your Organization

This course will cover the basics of Major Gifts. You will gain a base of understanding of the overall major gifts processes and their significance to your overall financial success. You will learn about various components of developing a major gifts effort or program as well as how to plan for and successfully integrate this into your development program. Instructor: Fridays, July 11 and 18 Time: 9 a.m.–noon CRN: 40155 Fee: $150 CEUs: 0.6 Instructor: Mary Ellen Stumpf, President Stumpf & Associates

Scholarships

“…thanks. This scholarship really makes a difference for us.” IOP student, 2006 Scholarship funds are available to those who qualify. See our web site for an application. For general program information regarding the Institute on Philanthropy, contact Kathy Powers, Program Coordinator, at kpowers2@ richmond.edu or (804) 287-1290. 21


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Nonprofit Marketing Your Film/Video Project for Nonprofits

Do you have a specific film & video project you need produced for your nonprofit? Or have you been thinking about how to use this medium for your nonprofit? Come learn how new & alternative venues for film & video can benefit you, such as web sites, direct mail, documentaries, etc. And get one-on-one help on how to produce your specific project. Instructor: Monday and Tuesday, May 12 and 13 Time: 9 a.m.–noon CRN: 70916 Fee: $150 CEUs: 0.6 Instructor: Virginia Bertholet, Independent Film Producer

Online Marketing for Nonprofits The greatest website in the world won’t help you raise money if no one knows how to find it. Learn about email marketing, search engine optimizations and other techniques to drive traffic and build your list.

Integrated Nonprofit Marketing Communication I: Promotion

This class provides an opportunity to thoroughly examine the topic of promotion to fully appreciate the vital, but limited contribution promotion can make to the overall marketing plan. Participants study how to develop a promotion strategy that effectively and efficently delivers the appropriate message to the right people to achieve the organization’s goals using advertising, public relations, publicity, personal selling, sales promotion, new media, and direct interactive communication. To receive full benefit from this workshop participants are strongly encouraged to take Nonprofit Marketing Basics I and II prior to registering for this class. Instructor: Thursdays, May 1–8 Time: 9 a.m.–noon CRN: 70646 Fee: $160 CEUs: 0.6 Instructor: Pat Thompson, MBA, Independent marketing professional for business, nonprofit and education

Integrated Nonprofit Marketing Communication II: Promotion

This class expands on the knowledge aquired in Integrated Nonprofit Marketing Communication I: Promotion. This workshop addresses more specific uses of promotion including the constraints and special issues related to nonprofits. Topics covered include motivating audiences and donors, branding, budgeting, and how to speak-with-one-voice. Participants have the opportunity to produce a promotion campaign for peer review and instructor critique. To receive full benefit from this workshop, participants are strongly encouraged to take Nonprofit Marketing Basics I, II and Integreated Nonprofit Marketing Communication I: Promotion prior to registering for this class. Instructor: Thursdays, May 22–29 Time: 9 a.m.–noon CRN: 70649 Fee: $160 CEUs: 0.6 Instructor: Pat Thompson, MBA, Independent marketing professional for business, nonprofit and education

Instructor: Wednesday, May 21 Time: 9 a.m.–4 p. m. (There will be a break for lunch.) CRN: 70915 Fee: $150 CEUs: 0.6 Instructor: Heather Fignar MPA, Managing Partner, NPAdvisors.com

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The Institute on Philanthropy strives to strengthen the community and inspire charitable giving by educating professionals, volunteers and donors about the practices and purposes of nonprofit fundraising and development. Our aim: Helping You Help Others Our classes are designed with fund raising and development professionals in mind, but much of the information can be applied to religious,

political, and foundation settings. Our Nonprofit Board Development Series is a special group of classes for board members or professionals who manage or work with boards. We also offer two professional certificate options. Our Fundraising and Development Certificate Program focuses on current fundraising techniques and skills. Our Nonprofit Marketing Certificate Program is designed to provide pro-

fessionals with a comprehensive overview of marketing basics, effective communication and promotion as they apply to the nonprofit sector. To register for IOP classes, please fax your registration form to (804) 4841474. For the latest news and information on IOP and our courses, check out our Website: scs.richmond.edu/philanthropy 23


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History The Best of Banned Books in Religion

NEW! Examine why and how books get banned for their religious content. Explore the cultural, social, legal and religious context in which the bans have taken place. Discuss the role of censorship in society and the countervailing principles of the First Amendment. Explore the reasons for banning books such as the Bible, and books not included in the Bible like the Gospel of Thomas and the Gospel of Mary. Other books examined include the Qur’an and the Analects of Confucious, Darwin’s Origin of the Species, The Last Temptation of Christ by Kazantzakis, some of the Harry Potter series, and Galileo’s Dialogue Concerning the Two Chief World Systems. Discuss and debate the specific purposes of banning the above books and the arguments for not banning them. Legal, ethical and moral issues of book banning will also be explored. There is no textbook for the class, although students may wish to purchase some of the books examined. Dates: Tuesdays, July 8–22 Time: 7–8:30 p.m. CRN: ENG308.05 Fee: $59 Instructor: Ronald Bullis, Ph.D., J.D., M.Div.

Richmond History

This course is an around-the-bend approach to some of the city’s secrets. Expect a mix of historical and visual experiences not found in the typical tourist books. Learn how the streets of Richmond got their name. Discover the where and why of lesser-known monuments and hear the story of Richmond’s involvement in the feud over the reinterment of George Washington’s body. Find out how copies of Houdon’s famous statue of our first president, that has stood in the Capitol for over 200 years, found its way to other foreign and domestic cities. Gain knowledge of the many controversies caused by the arts section of FDR’s Work Project Administration (WPA). Richmond was the center of tumult during the placement of two murals, completed with 25 others for Virginia post offices. Take a different view of the murals, museums, fences, and cornerstones in this city. Find new places to visit and new things to do!

Two American Civil War Heroes: Lives That Counted

NEW! Many fascinating personal stories came out of our American Civil War, but none more interesting than the saga of two young men, one from Maine, and the other from Georgia. While neither had been trained as a soldier, they both volunteered to serve. Each was a heroic battlefield leader, who suffered serious wounds, and survived to rise to great heights during and after the Civil War. This short course (2 lectures) will focus upon the extraordinary accomplishments of Generals Joshua L. Chamberlain of Maine and John B. Gordon of Georgia. Their stories are amazing not only because of who they were and what they accomplished, but by their almost mystical connections as 19th century American heroes. Dates: Mondays, July 14–21 Time: 7–9 p.m. CRN: HIS308.02 Fee: $79 Instructor: John Mountcastle, Ph.D., Retired Brigadier General, US Army, and former Chief of Military History

Genealogy–Getting Started

NEW! Have you always wanted to trace your family history, but didn’t know how to begin, or felt overwhelmed by it all? Explore the basic research tools and techniques to trace your family history. Learn how to get started, set goals, identify sources, and keep your findings organized. This class will also include a visit to the Library of Virginia with instruction on using their genealogy resources. July 18 class will be held at the Library of Virginia. Dates: Monday, Wednesday and Friday, July 14–18 Time: 2–4 p.m. CRN: HIS308.04 Fee: $69 Instructor: Donna Shumate, M.Ed., Adjunct Assistant Professor

Genealogy on the Web– An Introduction

NEW! The Internet is a vast resource that can hold many clues and details about your ancestors - if you just know where to look. This introductory course will show you how to use the Web to find information about your ancestors. Learn basic genealogy and Internet research techniques and become familiar with the major resources on the Web. To benefit from this class, you will need to have some experience using the Internet. It is also helpful to have some experience, or to have completed “Genealogy Getting Started.” Dates: Wednesday and Friday, July 23–25 Time: 1– 4 p.m. CRN: HIS308.03 Fee: $69 Instructor: Donna Shumate, M.Ed., Adjunct Assistant Professor

Genealogy on the Web–Beyond the Basics

NEW! This intermediate class teaches you how to use specific Web resources to explore your family history. Develop a research plan, learn how to locate important family documents including birth, marriage, and cemetery records, research online documents such as census records, immigration records, and military records, and learn how to find online records through libraries, archives, and other organizations. You will receive an extensive Web source listing as well as information on software and periodicals to help you in your continued family history research. This class is intended to build on the information learned and skills developed in the class Genealogy on the Web - An Introduction, or is appropriate for individuals who have already done some Internet research. Dates: Wednesday and Friday, July 30–August 1 Time: 1–4 p.m. CRN: HIS308.05 Fee: $69 Instructor: Donna Shumate, M.Ed., Adjunct Assistant Professor

Dates: Wednesdays, July 9–August 6 Time: 11 a.m.–noon CRN: HIS308.01 Fee: $129 Instructor: Bob Layton, freelance writer 24

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Genealogy on the Web– Advanced Workshop

NEW! This is a workshop for individuals who have already done some genealogy research using the Web. Receive individualized research assistance and resources specific to your family history research needs. Learn how to evaluate research you have already done, identify what to do and where to go next, and expand your resources and explore more indepth uses of Web resources. Some of the resources explored will include: The National Archives; newspapers; message boards; and foreign records. You will receive an extensive Web source listing to help you in your continued family history research. To benefit from this class, you need to have experience using the Internet. This class is intended to build on the information learned and skills developed in the class Genealogy on the Web - Beyond the Basics.

Dates: Wednesday and Friday, August 6–8 Time: 1–4 p.m. CRN: HIS308.06 Fee: $69 Instructor: Donna Shumate, M.Ed., Adjunct Assistant Professor

Home & Garden David Pippin Presents Wedding Flowers Today

Noted Richmond floral designer, David Pippin, presents a special workshop on wedding flowers at Maymont. Learn the latest trends in wedding flowers compared to those in the Victorian era. Make and take home the popular hand tied bouquet. Participants should bring their own clippers. Gloves and smocks are optional. Course will be held at Maymont’s Stone Barn.

Date: Thursday, May 1 Time: 6–8 p.m. CRN: HOM308.01 Fee: $49 Instructor: David Pippin, noted Richmond floral designer, President, David Pippin, Inc.

Urban Farming: The Origins and Future Potential

NEW! This class will attempt to dissolve the illusion that agriculture should be confined to the expansive fields of rural America. Discover the history of urban farming as well as the tools needed to grow a one year’s supply of vegetables and soft fruit for a family of four in a 10 x 10 foot space, on a rooftop or a backyard, working an average of 10 - 15 minutes each day. Students should purchase the textbooks prior to the first class: From Eco-Cities to Living Machines, by Nancy Jack Todd and John Todd, ISBN13: 978-1-55643-150-0 (approximately $20); and Natural Capitalism, by Paul Hawken, Amory Lovins, and L. Hunter Lovins, ISBN 0-316-35316-7 (approximately $25). No class July 3. Dates: Thursdays, May 1–August 24 Time: 7–8:30 p.m. CRN: HOM308.02 Fee: $139 Instructor: Pamela Robertson, Certificate in Agroecology

Introduction to Feng Shui

Feng shui is the study of how to arrange your space (home and work) to enhance your life. Join feng shui practitioner and Certified Professional Organizer Debbie Bowie for an introduction to this ancient Chinese art that has the potential to change your life! Learn key principles of feng shui and easy to apply cures to common problems in your home and office. Come ready to begin your journey into a fascinating, fun, and fulfilling way to improve your life. Date: Tuesday, May 6 Time: 6:30–8:30 p.m. CRN: HOM308.03 Fee: $39 Instructor: Debbie Bowie, Certified Professional Organizer, Owner of Simply Organized

Summer Celebrations: Cookouts, Luaus and Fiestas NEW! If you would like to celebrate the summer in casual style, then this is the class for you! An experienced event and party planner will share many ideas for easy entertaining indoors or outdoors. Learn ways to adapt cookout, luau or fiesta themes to personalize parties perfectly suited to you and your guests! Summer fun is within your reach - barbeque apron, Hawaiian lei, and Mexican sombrero optional!

Date: Tuesday, May 20 Time: 7–9 p.m. CRN: HOM308.06 Fee: $39 Instructor: Leigh Crank Perry, event and party planner

Party Planning Divas Tell All

NEW! ...and YOU are the Party Planning Divas! You will be treated as the expert you are and encouraged to share your favorite tricks of the trade with others in the class. You don’t have to be a professional party planner, just someone who likes party ideas and wants to learn more creative ways to play the “hostess with the mostess”. An experienced event and party planner will lead the class discussion. In the first session, ideas and themes will be suggested. In the second session, you may choose to bring pictures or descriptions of successes to share. Don’t be shy–come be a Party Planning Diva with us! Dates: Tuesday, June 17–24 Time: 7–9 p.m. CRN: HOM308.07 Fee: $49 Instructor: Leigh Crank Perry, event and party planner

Beyond Chuck E. Cheese: Children’s Parties at Home

NEW! If you think you can’t bear one more birthday or sports party for your children at a fast-food restaurant playground or pizza palace, here’s a retro concept to try - children’s parties at home! Learn the basic concepts for planning age-appropriate, easy-to-manage and inexpensive celebrations to be held in your own home or yard. An experienced event and party planner will share with you simple, money-saving and sanity-saving tips for making your child’s special days exciting and fun! Date: Thursday, June 19 Time: 7–9 p.m. CRN: HOM308.05 Fee: $39 Instructor: Leigh Crank Perry, event and party planner 25


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Interior Decorating Starting and Building Interior Decorating Business

Explore the advantages of starting an interior design business as a sole proprietor. Learn how to create a business plan and how to implement various business strategies used by successful interior decorators. (Business Core) Dates: Mondays, July 21–August 11 Time: 6–9 p.m. CRN: INT308.14 Fee: $139 Instructor: Marilyn Creech, President, Douglas Interior Decorating

Lighting Techniques for Your Home

Interior Decorating Certificate Program

The Interior Decorating Certificate Program is intended to augment creative talent to make space more functional and beautiful for personal use and to provide opportunities for those interested in pursuing interior decorating as a profession. These courses can be taken individually, or as part of the certificate program.

Business Core (all 3 are required)

Marketing Your Interior Decorating Services Starting and Building Your Interior Decorating Business: The Sole Proprietorship Budget Setting and Record Keeping

Core (choose 3)

Interior Decorating and Design Careers in Interior Decorating Lighting Techniques Color Theory Furniture Styles and Arrangements The Importance of Fabrics in Decorating

Discover the different types of lighting and lighting practices used by interior decorators to provide your home with elegance, style and function. Pull together distinctive lighting elements in a room that impart harmony and produce an interesting unified effect. (Core) Date: Saturday, June 28 Time: 6–9 p.m. CRN: INT308.09 Fee: $49 Instructor: Marilyn Creech, President, Douglas Interior Decorating

Careers in Interior Decorating

Learn the different options and careers available in the field of interior decorating. Become skilled at starting and building your interior decorating business, business forms, record keeping, marketing and selling your service. (Core) Date: Saturday, June 21 Time: 6–9 p.m. CRN: INT308.08 Fee: $59 Instructor: Marilyn Creech, President, Douglas Interior Decorating

Electives (choose 4)

Courses change each semester, so there are always new topics to choose from. 10 total courses required for certificate completion. Once you have completed the requirements, you will receive your Interior Decorating Certificate. This certificate is not affiliated with any state or national organization or certification.

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The Importance of Fabrics in Decorating

Fabrics can make or break any room. Study silks, cottons, Egyptian cottons, brocades, toile’s, jacquards, and numerous other fabrics. Look at the latest trends in fabrics and understand fabric weights and dye lots. Make various fabrics work together to produce a pleasing and professional décor to unify any room. Designer tricks for how to mix and place fabrics in rooms will also be taught. Students will have a break for lunch on their own. (Core) Date: Saturday, May 31 Time: 9 a.m.–5 p.m. CRN: INT308.01 Fee: $99 Instructor: Marilyn Creech, President, Douglas Interior Decorating

Furniture Styles and Arrangements

Explore period furniture styles including early American, English, Mediterranean, French, as well as Twentieth Century styles. Learn how to mix and match within these styles and produce finished scale drawings using furniture templates. After completing this class it will be easy to identify and mix these furniture styles with confidence and ease. (Core) Dates: Saturdays, July 12–August 2 Time: 6–9 p.m. CRN: INT308.13 Fee: $139 Instructor: Marilyn Creech, President, Douglas Interior Decorating

Pillows, Pillows, Pillows

NEW! Examine the various pillow forms, styles and unique couture designs. Did you ever want to know how many pillows to put on a bed, sofa, or even on a window seat? Explore the extraordinary power of pillows! Bring your camera to take home some of the great ideas that will be shown in class. Course will be held at Accent Draperys, 1515 Chamberlayne Avenue, Richmond. (Elective) Date: Saturday, May 3 Time: 12–3 p.m. CRN: INT308.22 Fee: $59 OR Date: Saturday, July 19 Time: 12–3 p.m. CRN: INT308.23 Fee: $59 Instructor: Karen Hardy, ASID, Owner, Accent Draperys, Inc.

Perfect Palettes for Luxury Master Bedrooms

NEW! Explore custom designs for master bedrooms. Learn how to create custom headboards and how to select and take fabric measurements for comforters, coverlets, dust ruffles and bedspreads. Study elegant window treatments for master bedrooms, and learn how to create your own stunning window treatments. Special paint effects and luxury floor coverings for bedrooms will discussed. Explore different canopy styles and learn how to create various canopies for existing beds. Students should bring a calculator to class. (Elective) Dates: Mondays, May 5–19 Time: 6–9 p.m. CRN: INT308.03 Fee: $119 Instructor: Marilyn Creech, President, Douglas Interior Decorating

Designing & Decorating Commercial Spaces

NEW! Learn how to create, design and decorate award-winning commercial spaces! Topics include hotels/motels; car dealerships; restaurants; cube layouts for offices; CEO offices; doctor and dentist waiting rooms; shopping malls; and more! This is a must-have class for the serious decorator. (Elective) Dates: Fridays, May 9–30 Time: 6–9 p.m. CRN: INT308.04 Fee: $139 Instructor: Marilyn Creech, President, Douglas Interior Decorating

Calculating Fabric Yardage

Are you scared of not ordering enough fabric? Do you want to make sure all repeats match? Learn how to calculate fabric yardage without fear! Make sure you are prepared for all your decorating and sewing projects. Course will be held at Accent Draperys, Inc, 1515 Chamberlayne Avenue. (Elective)

Stylish Party Decorating

NEW! Make your next party a memorable event with the techniques you will learn in this class! Topics include invitation styles; lettering and papering choices; table settings; glassware, stemware, china patterns and placements; fabric and lighting techniques; floral arrangements; plus, how to obtain the “wow” effect for any social gathering. Children’s parties, adult parties, church socials, business parties, retirement, graduation, and many more types of party decorating will be taught in this class. Make your next event the social “talk of the town!” Students will have a break for lunch on their own. (Elective) Date: Saturday, May 17 Time: 9 a.m.–5 p.m. CRN: INT308.05 Fee: $99 Instructor: Marilyn Creech, President, Douglas Interior Decorating

Window Fashion Designs

NEW! Experience an overview of the most important aspects of custom window fashion designs. Topics such as balance, proportion, light control, and choosing the right fabric will be discussed. This class will boost your confidence and you will walk away with great ideas for your next window fashion design! Course will be held at Accent Draperys, 1515 Chamberlayne Avenue, Richmond. (Elective) Date: Saturday, May 31 Time: 12–4 p.m. CRN: INT308.20 Fee: $69 OR Date: Saturday, June 21 Time: 12–4 p.m. CRN: INT308.21 Fee: $69 Instructor: Karen Hardy, ASID, Owner, Accent Draperys

Date: Saturday, May 17 Time: 9 a.m.–5 p.m. CRN: INT308.02 Fee: $99 Instructor: Karen Hardy, ASID, Owner, Accent Draperys, Inc.

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Antiques for Interiors

Train your eye on how to select and decorate with antiques. Learn how to tell if an item is a true antique. Discuss selecting clocks, mirrors, furniture, linens, plates, glassware and other accessories. Proper display and placement of antiques in rooms, and how to care for your antiques will also be explored. The instructor will bring various antiques for demonstration and discussion. Students will have a break for lunch on their own. (Elective) Date: Saturday, June 14 Time: 9 a.m.–5 p.m. CRN: INT308.16 Fee: $99 Instructor: Marilyn Creech, President, Douglas Interior Decorating

Pre-Qualifying the Client

NEW! Do you come across clients that don’t purchase, or only want to pick your brain? Learn easy to follow steps for prequalifying the client before the initial appointment. Explore ways to be more effective with new clients. After this class you will be equipped to start turning prospective clients into customers! Course will be held at Accent Draperys, 1515 Chamberlayne Avenue, Richmond. (Elective) Date: Saturday, June 14 Time: 10 a.m.–2 p.m. CRN: INT308.17 Fee: $59 OR Date: Saturday, July 12 Time: 10 a.m.–2 p.m. CRN: INT308.18 Fee: $59 Instructor: Karen Hardy, ASID, Owner, Accent Draperys, Inc.

Interested in Teaching?

If you are interested in teaching a noncredit course through the Think Again catalog on any topic or issue, please fill out the course proposal form at scs.richmond.edu/thinkagain/courseinfo. Our students are always looking for ways to expand their skill set and pursue selfenrichment. Becoming a non-credit instructor is a rewarding way to help them achieve their goals while sharing your knowledge. If you have any questions please contact Stephanie Bowlin, Program Coordinator at sbowlin@richmond.edu . 28

Creating an Outdoor Room

Discover how to make a wonderful outdoor living space on any budget. Learn tricks of the trade to make your dreams a reality with outdoor living. Outdoor lighting and fabrics, conversation areas, and how to add architectural interest to outdoor spaces will be explored. Outdoor kitchens and eating areas will also be discussed. You will leave this class with many options to create your perfect oasis for spring, summer and fall living! (Elective) Date: Monday, June 16 Time: 6–9 p.m. CRN: INT308.11 Fee: $49 Instructor: Marilyn Creech, President, Douglas Interior Decorating

Redesign: Redecorate With What You Already Have

Explore how to redecorate with what you already have by using clever, quick and inexpensive techniques. Learn to “shop” in your own home, rearrange furniture for function and beauty, and properly accessorize. Examine the amazing results of many rooms that have been redesigned using what was already in the home. Discover how to turn any tired interior into a designer showcase using the items that you already have! (Elective) Dates: Fridays, June 20–July 18 No Class: July 4. Time: 6–9 p.m. CRN: INT308.06 Fee: $139 Instructor: Marilyn Creech, President, Douglas Interior Decorating

Perfect Baths

Study design tips and tricks for creating elegant baths. Learn what designs work well for this space, how to do a simple tile job for the bathroom, what floor coverings work well, elegant painting and lighting techniques, and what to always avoid! Many aspects of bathroom decorating and design from past to present will be discussed in this course. You will leave with the inspiration to start working on your own perfect designer bath! (Elective) Dates: Mondays, June 23–July 14 Time: 6–9 p.m. CRN: INT308.10 Fee: $139 Instructor: Marilyn Creech, President, Douglas Interior Decorating

Faux Painting Techniqes for Your Home Come learn the most popular faux painting techniques to use in your home. Create 6 to 8 sample boards using safe non-toxic, water-based paints and glazes. Learn how to mix glazes with paints, create stone and brick work, sponge painting. Other techniques include negative and positive rag rolling, combing, the linen look, color washing, frottage and dragging. Your options will seem endless in the beautiful painting techniques that you can create for your home! A $12 supply fee must be paid to the instructor on the day of the class. Students will have a break for lunch on their own. (Elective)

Date: Saturday, July 5 Time: 9 a.m.–5 p.m. CRN: INT308.07 Fee: $99 Instructor: Marilyn Creech, President, Douglas Interior Decorating

Sketching Rooms and Scale Drawings

Master sketching rooms and scale drawings for your business! Start learning with free hand sketches, move to graph paper, and finish with scale drawings using 3H and H pencils, the T-square and triangles. Become proficient with the use of the Scale Ruler, and learn to use architect symbols with exact scale drawings. Learn how to sketch elegant window treatments, furniture, and beddings for your rooms. A supply list will be provided with the course confirmation letter. (Elective) Dates: Sundays, July 6–27 Time: 3–6 p.m. CRN: INT308.12 Fee: $139 Instructor: Marilyn Creech, President, Douglas Interior Decorating

Dream Kitchens

Discover the options available for transforming a kitchen. Explore the world of the “work triangle”, faux painting techniques for the kitchen, appliances, flooring, texture and overall visual harmony to make the most-used room in the home the most inviting room in your home! Don’t miss this opporutnity to make the most of your kitchen. New and exciting window treatments for kitchens and new flooring concepts will also be discussed. (Elective) Dates: Fridays, July 25–August 15 Time: 6–9 p.m. CRN: INT308.15 Fee: $139 Instructor: Marilyn Creech, President, Douglas Interior Decorating

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LANDSCAPE DESIGN

Landscape Design Entry Level Courses Introduction to Plants

An intensive survey course in plant science which provides a basic introduction and understanding of plant ecology, nomenclature, physiology, morphology and pathology. Students learn the common groups of plants with a general focus on the structure and function of higher vascular plants. This course is suitable for those who have no previous experience or who have a limited background in horticulture or design work. Prerequisite for the Woody Plants Core. Open to anyone who is interested in enrolling. Dates: Wednesdays, June 25–Aug. 13 No Class: July 2 Time: 6–9 p.m. Registration Deadline: June 18 CRN: 70928 Fee: $365 CEUs: 2.4 Instructor: Shelia Hayden, M.S.

Landscape Graphics

In this introductory studio course, students learn to use drafting equipment and develop graphic and sketching skills. Coursework includes landscape plans, section, elevation and axonometric drawings, and an introduction in the use of color media. Students must purchase materials and equipment for this class, which are used in all studio courses. Prerequisite for getting started in the Landscape Design Core. Open to anyone who is interested in enrolling. Dates: Tuesdays, July 8–Aug. 26 Time: 6–9 p.m. Registration Deadline: July 1st CRN: 40146 Fee: $365 CEUs: 2.4 Instructor: Andy Sisson, CLA

History of Garden Design

This course presents the major traditions in landscape design history through a series of slide-illustrated lectures. Students are required to actively participate in subject-related exercises in the classroom, out-of-class projects, and numerous readings on their own time. This course must be completed prior to enrolling in Site Design I. Open to anyone who is interested in enrolling. Dates: Mondays, June 23–Aug. 25 Time: 6–9 p.m. Registration Deadline: June 16th CRN: 70927 CEUs: 3.0 Instructor: Buck Smith

Landscape Design Instructor Andy Sisson (c) and Landscape Design Certificate student Jim Teachey (l) and recent graduate Virginia Hardman (r).

Landscape Design Professional Certificate Curriculum Woody Landscape Plants Core

This curriculum consists of five courses that can be taken in any sequence. Completion of the Woody Plants Core is one step in the process of receiving the Landscape Design Professional Certificate. Students study approximately 300 plants suitable for the growing environment in the Mid-Atlantic region during various seasons. Field study sessions are scheduled at local gardens and nurseries and are supplemented by lectures on horticulture, nursery and planting standards. Some students choose to complete only the Woody Plants Core curriculum. This option is ideal for landscape professionals and horticulture staff seeking to improve knowledge and proficiency in the industry. CEUs: 12.9 Timeframe for completion: 1 1/2-2 years minimum Requirements: For admission requirements and a complete listing of courses, log on to our web site: scs.richmond.edu/ocpe/landscape

Landscape Design Core

This curriculum consists of nine courses that address landscape design principles and skills. Students learn about small-scale design applications, site engineering methods, and the creative use of plant materials. Project assignments such as site plans and construction details are required in the Landscape Design Core curriculum and are critiqued by the respective instructor. Students benefit from the successful solutions offered in these constructive sessions. Typically, students proceed through the Landscape Design Core while participating in the Woody Plants Core. CEUs: 40.5 Timeframe for completion: 2 years minimum Admission and Completion Requirements

Fee: $456

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Master’s of Landscape Architecture

Interested in expanding your studies to include a Master’s of Landscape Architecture degree (MLA). Thanks to an educational partnership between the University of Richmond and Virginia Tech, UR Landscape Design Certificate graduates have the opportunity to apply to Virginia Tech’s MLA program–in its Washington Alexandria Architecture Center– with one year’s advanced standing. This approach allows interested, capable and motivated individuals to acquire the additional knowledge and skills needed to become a landscape architect. Plus, it serves as a resource for mid-career professionals to pursue studies in landscape architecture. Please contact the University of Richmond Landscape Design Program Specialist for more details.

Woody Plants Core

Landscape Design Core

Woody Plants for Summer

Introduction to Design

Learn identification characteristics and design applications of approximately 60 summer trees, shrubs, vines, and flowering plants through lectures and field study. Instructor focuses on aesthetic, functional, and cultural aspects of each plant. This class includes a field lecture on site assessment and plant selection. The instructor will provide the course schedule at the first meeting. Prerequisite: Introduction to Plants. Dates: Mondays, June 23–Aug. 11 Time: 6–9 p.m. CRN: 70933 CEUs: 2.1 Instructor: Shelia Hayden, M.S.

Fee: $335

Woody Plants Summer Advanced

This class is designed for students with horticulture experience. Learn identification characteristics and design applications of approximately 60 trees, shrubs, vines, and flowering plants through lectures and field study. Instructor focuses on aesthetic, functional, and cultural aspects of each plant. This class includes a field lecture on site assessment and plant selection. The instructor will provide the course schedule at the first meeting. Prerequisite: Introduction to Plants. Dates: Tuesdays, June 24–Aug. 12 Time: 6–9 p.m. CRN: 70934 Fee: $335 CEUs: 2.1 Instructor: John Wise Note: This class is held at University of Richmond.

In this course, students begin to create a vocabulary with which they can both describe and critique their own designs and the work of others. Students will develop an understanding of design tools available to the landscape designer through analysis of existing landscapes; explore design through media other than the landscape; and complete an introduction to study models, research techniques and writing. Students are expected to complete group projects and participate in review sessions. Prerequisite: Landscape Graphics. Dates: Wednesdays, Apr. 30–June18 Time: 6–9 p.m. Registration Deadline: April 23rd CRN: 70955 Fee: $365 CEUs: 2.4 Instructor: TBA

Site Analysis

This course is designed to train students how to investigate natural and cultural data of a design site. Learn to inventory and record existing site conditions, including slope, soil, microclimate and context. Studio and site work includes base plans, sections and site analysis. Two Saturday or Sunday field exercises are required in this course. Dates will be determined on the first night of class. Prerequisite: Introduction to Design. Dates: Mondays, June 23–Aug. 11 Time: 6–9 p.m. Registration Deadline: June 16 CRN: 70929 CEUs: 2.4 Instructor: Steven Kaprowski

Fee: $365

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Construction Methods and Materials

One of two construction courses offered in this certificate program. This course is structured to help students develop an understanding of commonly used landscape construction materials as well as introduce them to construction methods. Learn how to incorporate design elements such as patios, fences and walkways into the landscape. In this course, students are required to present complex landscape projects to scale. Prerequisites: Introduction to Design and Site Analysis.

Dates: Wednesdays, Aug. 20–Oct. 8 Time: 6–9 p.m. Registration Deadline: August 13th CRN: 40149 Fee: $365 CEUs: 2.4 Instructor: Warren Whitworth, B.S.

Site Engineering

One of two construction courses offered in the Landscape Design Core. This course provides an introduction to the principles of basic site engineering with an emphasis on kills in grading. Students are expected to devise solutions to smallscale problems by applying their understanding of environmental factors. Studio and take-home exercises are assigned by the instructor and presented by students. Prerequisites: Introduction to Design, Site Analysis, Construction Methods and Materials. Dates: Wednesdays, June 18–Aug.6 Time: 6–9 p.m. Registration Deadline: June 11 CRN: 70930 Fee: $365 CEUs: 2.4 Instructor: Mitch Mitchell, B.S.

Site Design II

This course is a continuation of Site Design I. Students are expected to further develop visual communication skills learned in the prior course. Participation in graphics demonstrations and exercises, individual critiques, and group discussions of projects is required. Prerequisites: Introduction to Design, Site Analysis, Construction Methods and Materials, Site Engineering and Site Design I. Dates: Wednesdays, July 23–Sept. 10 Time: 6–9 p.m. Registration Deadline: July 16 CRN: 40147 Fee: $365 CEUs: 2.4 Instructor: TBA

Landscape Design Certificate student Mickey Harris shares his work.

Planting Design I

This studio course focuses on the use of plants as an important design element. Topics include plants in contemporary design, plant characteristics, cultural requirements, environmental factors, plant selection, the process of planting design, planting specifications, planting details, planting cost estimates and continued development of graphic skills. Prerequisites: Introduction to Design, Site Analysis, Construction Methods and Materials, Site Engineering and Site Design I and Site Design II. Dates: Mondays, May 19–July 7 Time: 6–9 p.m. Registration Deadline: May 12 CRN: 70932 CEUs: 2.4 Instructor: Greg Allen

Fee: $365

Planting Design II

Continue to develop the planting design skills introduced in Planting Design I with a series of intensive projects. Prerequisites: Introduction to Design, Site Analysis, Construction Methods and Materials, Site Engineering and Site Design I, Site Design II and Planting Design I. Dates: Mondays, Aug. 11–Sept. 29 Time: 6–9 p.m. Registration Deadline: August 4 CRN: 40148 CEUs: 2.4 Instructor: Mac Drain

Comprehensive Project

This course is the final design studio course as well as the final course in the Landscape Design Professional Certificate program. Students must demonstrate their understanding and command of the art and discipline of design of landscape, planting design, site analysis, construction and methods and materials, and site drainage. Students are expected to show understanding of basic construction standards and codes and to think critically about design and solving design problems. Under the direction of a practicing professional, students will prepare a full set of design and working drawings for a selected site which will be presented to a jury of professionals. Prerequisites: Woody Plants Core and Landscape Design Core. Dates: Mondays, June 23–Aug. 25 Registration Deadline: June 16th Time: 6–9 p.m. CRN: 70935 CEUs: 3.0 Instructor: TBA

Fee: $456

Fee: $365

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Arboriculture Instructor Joel Koci shares information with Landscape Design Certificate students.

Arboriculture Arboriculture Pruning

Learn the practical hands on experience of pruning woody ornamentals. Discover pruning practices that will improve the health, structure, aesthetics and safety of woody ornamentals. This class will explore the pruning tools and equipment that are preferred by professional arborists. Explore the species-specific seasonal cuts and their influence as they pertain to the overall health of woody ornamentals as well as the effect on blooms and fruiting. Learn the science behind the cause and effect of seasonal pruning. Discuss the process of crown reduction and the specific angles and position of cuts to promote aesthetic and healthy new growth. Open to anyone who is interested. Dates: Tuesdays, Aug. 26–Sept. 9 Time: 6–9 p.m. Registration Deadline: June 17 CRN: 70936 CEUs: 0.9 Instructor: Joel Koci, M.S.

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Electives

Caring for Woody Plants in Drought Conditions

Fee: $74

NEW! This course explores the management of environmental stresses and pests by examining the complexities of plant processes and environmental interactions. You will learn how to provide the best environment for woody plants to utilize their natural defense mechanisms. Explore the strengths and limitations of woody plants while matching the tree to the site in order to provide long-term solutions to meet client demands and expectations. Discuss the importance of educating your clients on the benefits of proper watering regiments and alternative methods of keeping moisture in soil while avoiding suffocation of roots. The instructor demonstrates the adverse effects of soil compaction, which often leads to a woody plant’s demise. Open to anyone who is interested. Dates: Tuesdays, July 29–Aug. 12 Time: 6–9 p.m. Registration Deadline: July 22 CRN: 40154 CEUs: 0.9 Instructor: Joel Koci, M.S.

Anatomy of Drafting

Improve your drafting skills. This course is designed to show you how to increase your skills with scales and North arrows, different drafting media, and selecting proper line styles and weights. Learn how to construct arcs and tangents. Work on proper lettering, leaders and notes. Expand your skills preparing title blocks. Additional topics may include: preparing sections and elevations, preparing plant lists, developing tables and legends. Please bring drafting materials to class. Dates: Tuesdays, July 8–29 Time: 6–9 p.m. CRN: 40150 Registration Deadline: July 1 CEUs: 1.2 Instructor: Steve Prusik, M.L.A

Fee: $174

Fee: $74

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SPORTS AND GAMES

Leisure

Music

Advanced Book Collecting

Singing for Self Enjoyment

NEW! Learn about different types of book bindings, identifying first editions, deciphering book dealer catalogues, and how to buy books online. The class will include a tour of the University of Richmond’s Galvin Rare Book Room and a special presentation by a local collector who owns one of the world’s largest collections of books and ephemera related to Gone with the Wind. Designed for students who have completed Introduction to Book Collecting, the class also welcomes any moderately experienced book collectors interested in discussing the history, construction, and values (financial and otherwise!) of books. Dates: Wednesdays, May 7–21 Time: 7–9 p.m. CRN: ENG308.01 Fee: $59 Instructor: Ellen Brown, Owner, Liberty Hall Books

Introduction to Meditation

NEW! Are you new to meditation or would you like to deepen your meditation skills? By learning how to meditate successfully, you will be able to better manage the everyday stress that comes into all of our lives. By calming the mind and learning to relax, harmony and wholeness can be restored in your life. Move beyond the energy blocks that may keep you stuck in old patterns of thinking and emotions. Discover how to use meditation to better achieve specific goals. There will be many opportunities to experience meditation throughout the class. Dates: Tuesday and Thursday, July 29–31 Time: 6–9 p.m. CRN: HOM308.04 Fee: $69 Instructor: Marc McGahee, Certified Meditation Trainer

NEW! This course is for people who think they can’t sing, but wish they could! Everyone has the basic physical tools needed for good singing – we will help you learn how to use them! Learn how to discover and strengthen unused parts of your voice, how to listen and sing in tune, and how to strengthen your voice through “stretched speech.” With a little lecture and a lot of class participation you will soon discover your own singing voice! No previous experience or musical knowledge is required. This course is for beginners - if you can speak, you can sing! Dates: Tuesdays, June 3–July 8 Time: 7–9 p.m. CRN: MUS308.01 Fee: $99 Instructor: Glen McCune, Artistic Director of One Voice Chorus

Sports and Games Rock Climbing 101

NEW! Learn about the exciting sport of rock climbing and gain the skills required to pass the Peak Experiences Belay Test. Rock Climbing 101 teaches all the basics of climbing safety, including knot-tying, anchoring and the belay technique. Classes will review fundamental vertical movement skills with fun practice sessions that work on balance and footwork skills. The class will also have a weekly component dedicated to learning about gear specific to the sport of climbing. Dates: Thursdays, May 8–June 12 Time: 7–8:30 p.m. CRN: GAM308.01 Fee: $129 Instructor: Rick Molique, Director of Instruction, Peak Experiences Indoor Climbing Center

Beginning Freshwater Fishing

NEW! Designed for beginning anglers and those who want to freshen up on their skills. Learn how to tie fishing knots, put together fishing rigs, cast, and fish habitat and biology. Take your angling knowledge to the water! This class is great for the whole family! All tackle and gear are provided for class. You may bring your own fishing equipment. Saturday session field trips allow you to practice your new skills at local fishing sites around Richmond. Dates: Tuesdays and Thursdays, June 17–26 Time: 6:30–8:30 p.m. Additional Dates: Saturdays, June 21–28 Time: 9 a.m.–noon CRN: FSH308.01 Fee: $169 Instructor: Mike Ostrander, Captain, James River Fishing School

Intermediate Freshwater Fishing NEW! Freshen up your skills and learn some new ones! Discover how to tie multiple fishing knots and put together fishing rigs for small and big fish. Learn about fish habitat and biology. Take your angling knowledge to the water. All tackle and gear are provided for class. You may bring your own fishing equipment. Saturday session field trips will allow you to practice your new skills at various fishing spots around Richmond.

Dates: Tuesdays and Thursdays, July 8–17 Time: 6:30–8:30 p.m. Additional Dates: Saturdays, July 12–19 Time: 9 a.m.–noon CRN: FSH308.02 Fee: $169 Instructor: Mike Ostrander, Captain, James River Fishing School

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Women’s Only Golf 101

This class is for women who are new to golf or want to improve their game. Taught in a low pressure atmosphere, instructors will set the foundation for a lifetime of fun on the golf course. Skills covered include full swing, chipping, pitching, putting and the sand game. Sign up early! Class size is limited! Dates: Tuesdays and Thursdays, May 6–15 Time: 6–7:30 p.m. CRN: GOL308.03 Fee: $179 Instructor: Leighann Albaugh and Adam Decker, University of Richmond Golf Coaches

Women’s Only Intermediate Golf

NEW! This class is designed for women who have had some experience with golf and are looking to brush up on their skills. Taught in a low pressure atmosphere, you will continue to build upon your skills. Etiquette, rules and course management are also discussed. Skills reviewed include full swing, chipping, pitching, putting, and the sand game. Sign up early! Class size is limited! Dates: Mondays and Wednesdays, June 2–11 Time: 6–7:30 p.m. CRN: GOL308.05 Fee: $179 Instructor: Leighann Albaugh and Adam Decker, University of Richmond Golf Coaches

Golf 101 with UR Golf Coaches

This class is for golfers who are new to the game or want to improve their game. Taught in a low pressure atmosphere, instructors will set the foundation for a lifetime of fun on the golf course. Skills covered include full swing, chipping, pitching, putting and the sand game. Sign up early! Class size is limited! Dates: Monday, Tuesday ,Wednesday, Thursday, May 19–22 Time: 6–7:30 p.m. CRN: GOL308.04 Fee: $179 Instructor: Leighann Albaugh and Adam Decker, University of Richmond Golf Coaches

Honorary Spider Golf Practice

NEW! Is your game stuck in a rut? Has your practice routine become boring, or are you not even sure how to practice? Then this program is for you! As an Honorary Spider, you will learn how to pratice with a purpose like our Spider Golf Teams do. Taught by both UR golf coaches, you will fine tune your skills while learning how to execute drills that you can do at your home course or range. Sign up early! Class size is limited! Dates: Tuesdays and Thursdays, June 3–12 Time: 6–7:30 p.m. CRN: GOL308.06 Fee: $179 Instructor: Leighann Albaugh and Adam Decker, University of Richmond Golf Coaches

Golf for Beginners

Are you tired of being left at the office when everyone else goes to play golf? Or are you the driver of the beverage cart in the company tournament? This is your time for a change! Sign up for beginning golf and you too can be on the links having fun and networking with your peers. This class is designed for the total beginner and a great review for those who need to brush up on the fundamentals. Learn the short game of chipping, pitching, and putting, as well as the full swing with irons and woods. Study the equipment needed to play, course management, and enough golf etiquette to make it safe to send you out to play on the golf course. All classes are taught by qualified and enthusiastic PGA or LPGA golf professionals. Sign up early - space is limited! The student-teacher ratio is 7 to 1, so you will get plenty of individual attention. If you have to miss a class you will be able to make it up in another class. We will provide all the equipment needed as well as coupons for practice and play. Course will be held at Windy Hill Sports Complex, 16500 Midlothian Turnpike.

Intermediate Golf

The next step to better golf! This comprehensive instructional program will turn your bogeys into birdies with a little practice and instruction. Recommended for the golfer who has had some instruction and/or limited playing experience and would like to lower their score. Our professional staff will teach you how to hit off side hill lies, fairway woods off of the grass, and play the sand bunkers and around the green. We will also introduce the VSGA handicap system, which will track your scores to monitor your progress. All classes are taught by qualified and enthusiastic PGA or LPGA golf professionals. Sign up early - space is limited! The student-teacher ratio is 7 to 1, so you will get plenty of individual attention. If you have to miss a class you will be able to make it up in another class. We will provide all the equipment needed, as well as coupons for practice and play. Course will be held at Windy Hill Sports Complex, 16500 Midlothian Turnpike. Dates: Thursdays, June 5–26 Time: 6–7 p.m. CRN: GOL308.02 Fee: $139 OR Dates: Thursdays, July 10–31 Time: 6–7 p.m. CRN: GOL308.13 Fee: $139 OR Dates: Thursdays, August 7–28 Time: 6–7 p.m. CRN: GOL308.14 Fee: $139 Instructor: PGA and LPGA Instructors from Windy Hill Sports

Dates: Wednesdays, June 4–25 Time: 6–7 p.m. CRN: GOL308.01 Fee: $139 OR Dates: Wednesdays, July 9–30 Time: 6–7 p.m. CRN: GOL308.11 Fee: $139 OR Dates: Wednesdays, August 6–27 Time: 6–7 p.m. CRN: GOL308.12 Fee: $139 Instructor: PGA and LPGA Instructors from Windy Hill Sports

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YOUTH PROGRAMS

Youth Programs Adult-Youth Beginner Golf

NEW! Due to the overwhelming request for a combined adult/junior class, we have this exciting new opportunity! Would you like to spend more time with your junior golfer? Or are you tired of your junior golfer beating you on the course? Why not work it out together by signing up for this game improving golf clinic? This class is for a beginning golfer as well as a refresher for existing players. One student must be 18 years or older, and the other student must be 17 or younger. In four weeks we will cover the short game of chipping, pitching and putting as well as the full swing. Learn the equipment needed to play and enough golf etiquette to make it fun to play together. All classes will be taught by qualified and enthusiastic LPGA or PGA Golf Professionals. Sign up early - class size is limited! The student-instructor ratio will be 8 - 1. If you need to miss a class, arrangements can be made for a make-up class. We will provide all the equipment needed as well as coupons for practice and play. Registration fee is per person. Dates: Sundays, May 4–June 1 No Class: May 25 Time: 2–3 p.m. CRN: GOL308.08 Fee: $129 OR Dates: Sundays, June 8–29 Time: 2–3 p.m. CRN: GOL308.09 Fee: $129 OR Dates: Sundays, July 13–August 3 Time: 2–3 p.m. CRN: GOL308.10 Fee: $129 OR Dates: Sundays, August 10–31 Time: 2–3 p.m. CRN: GOL308.07 Fee: $129 Instructor: PGA and LPGA Instructors from Windy Hill Sports

Babysitter Training

Designed for 11 - 15 year olds, the American Red Cross Babysitter’s Training course will teach you how to interview for a babysitting job, choose safe and age-appropriate toys and games, perform first aid, understand diapering and feeding techniques, handle bedtime issues, and much more! Learn tips for having a safe babysitting experience. Course fee includes the ARC Babysitter’s Training Handbook, supplies and materials for performing first aid, as well as additional course handouts. This course also satisfies requirements for the Girl Scout badge. Students should bring a box lunch. Date: Tuesday, June 24 Time: 9 a.m.–3:30 p.m. CRN: YTH308.46 Fee: $89 OR Date: Thursday, August 14 Time: 9 a.m.–3:30 p.m. CRN: YTH308.47 Fee: $89 Instructor: Carolyn Wallace, instructor and trainer for the American Red Cross

Taming the Tempest: A Shakespeare Camp for Youth

Be a Shakespeare player this summer! Join Richmond Shakespeare’s professional actors-teachers in a summer camp that unlocks the best of the Bard for students in grades 4 - 7. Spend a week rehearsing an abbreviated version of The Tempest that will be performed for your family and friends at the end of the week. Explore basic dramatic skills such as enunciation, focus, cooperation, voice projection and acting. Learn how to understand and speak Shakespeare’s text, with some fun historical and cultural facts about Shakespeare’s England thrown in! At the end of the camp, you will have the opportunity to attend a production of the Richmond Shakespeare Festival at Agecroft Hall. Dates: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, July 7–11 Time: 9 a.m.–noon CRN: YTH308.49 Fee: $159 Instructor: Cynde Liffick and actors/teachers from Richmond Shakespeare

Kids Cooking Fun

Cooking can be fun for kids too! Learn to prepare some of your favorite foods. You can become a junior chef and impress Mom and Dad! You’ll expand your taste buds and learn some of the basic rules and tools of the cooking world. You’ll also get to eat everything prepared in class! Appropriate for children ages 7 - 11. Date: Saturday, June 28 Time: 1–4 p.m. CRN: YTH308.48 Fee: $69 Instructor: Jan Carlton, culinary expert, local television and radio personality, cookbook author

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Children’s Technology Workshop icamp™

Children’s Technology Workshop icamp provides children in grades 2 - 8 with the chance to author their own day camp experience. Children complete applied-technology adventures that are customized to their skill level. Activities occur both on and off the computer with a focus on engineering and robotics, video game creation, animation, and graphic design. During the first activity at camp, children will select 3 - 6 adventure projects that they will complete during their week-long session. Students can choose from among 10 theme-based adventures: Animation Alive; Expedition Egypt; Fashion Designer; Mission to Mars; Medieval; Architect; Olympics; Team F1 Racing; Rescue; and Gamemaker Guru (grades 4 - 8 only). Our highly trained adventure guides help children to select programs that suit their age, area of interest, and skill level to maximize the fun and thrill of success. Student-teacher ratio is 7 to 1. Students can choose to attend a half-day or full-day camp. If attending for half-day, students should bring a snack and drink. If attending for the full-day camp, students should bring snacks, drinks and a bag lunch. Students will take fun activity breaks outside, so please send students to camp with sunscreen and appropriate clothing. Full day campers should register for both the morning and afternoon session for the week, and they will receive a discount. Fee: $289 for Monday–Friday half–day sessions (morning or afternoon) $569 for Monday–Friday full day sessions (9 a.m.–4 p.m.) Note: Please register using the CRN that corresponds to the week and session and you choose. If registering for a full day, please include both the morning CRN and afternoon CRN on the registration form.

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CHILDREN’S TECHNOLOGY WORKSHOP ICAMP

icamp Sessions™ June 16 – 20 Morning (9 a.m.–noon) Afternoon (1– 4 p.m.)

CRN 70518 CRN 70519

June 23 – 27 Morning (9 a.m.–noon) Afternoon (1– 4 p.m.)

CRN 70520 CRN 70521

June 30 – July 4 Morning (9 a.m.–noon) Afternoon (1–4 p.m.)

CRN 70775 CRN 70776

July 7 – 11 Morning (9 a.m.–noon) Afternoon (1–4 p.m.)

CRN 40002 CRN 40003

July 14 – 18 Morning (9 a.m.–noon) Afternoon (1– 4 p.m.)

CRN 40004 CRN 40005

July 21 – 25 Morning (9 a.m.–noon) Afternoon (1–4 p.m.)

CRN 40006 CRN 40007

July 28 – August 1 Morning (9 a.m.–noon) Afternoon (1–4 p.m.)

CRN 40008 CRN 40009

August 4 – 8 Morning (9 a.m.–noon) Afternoon (1–4 p.m.)

CRN 40010 CRN 40011

August 11 – 15 Morning (9 a.m –noon Afternoon (1–4 p.m.)

CRN 40012 CRN 40013

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Study smarter. Not harder.

2008 Summer Reading Programs Phonics • Comprehension • Fluency • Love of Reading

Five Different Programs for 4-Year-Olds through Entering 5th Graders. These programs teach the essential phonics and comprehension skills required to become a fluent reader. Our students also learn the wordattack skills needed for multisyllable words, as well as the advanced comprehension skills required for textbooks and literature. Mastery of these skills will make reading much easier and more enjoyable, and will greatly increase your child’s confidence in school.

Comprehension • Speed Reading • Study Skills

Programs for Entering 6th-8th and Entering 9th-11th Graders. Our average student improves reading comprehension one to two grade levels while more than doubling reading speed. Students can learn the best way to improve vocabulary, study textbooks, take notes, and prepare for tests. Learning these skills will make it easier to complete assignments quickly and get better grades, and will help your child become a successful, motivated student.

Speed Reading for Work, School, and Recreation

For Adults, College Students, and Entering High School Seniors. Our adult speed reading program may help you read three to four times faster in novels, newspapers, and most business and school materials. In more difficult reading, such as academic and professional journals or college textbooks, you can learn to read two to three times faster. In addition, you’ll learn comprehension, concentration, and retention techniques, enabling you to remember more, while reading much faster. As a special bonus, you will receive a lifetime instruction privilege which allows you to repeat the program at any time–for free! These popular classes are taught by professional instructors from the Institute of Reading Development, which has been teaching these classes for 35 years. To register or receive more information, please contact the Institute of Reading Development at (800) 978-9596, 8 a.m.–10 p.m. Monday–Thursday, 8 a.m.–9 p.m. Friday and 10 a.m.–4 p.m. Saturday.

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ONLINE LEARNING

JER Online

http://coursecatalog.com/uric JER Online specializes in Career Track Training and offers more than 750 Certificates and Courses including: Valuing Diversity Intercultural Business Etiquette ESL for Business Understanding Child Development HTML - Lessons in Web Page Design Winning Over Difficult Customers Creating an Effective Sales Team How to Master Sales Skills Setting Performance Goals and Expectations Telephone Skills for Quality Customer Service Leading Effective Meetings Managing a Virtual Office Motivating Employees Managing Stress Balancing Work and Family Telephone Sales Skills Understanding and Using Contracts Additional courses follow.

Certificate in Web Content Creation 90 hours

$1,999

These classes prepare you to be a professional web writer or editor, working in a world of intense interactivity, fast feedback, complex content management, and constantly changing business models. You’ll learn how to adapt your writing for the web, developing a truly electronic style. You’ll learn how to think structurally when approaching new content, exploring information architecture from the point of view of a creator. You’ll see how to produce text that fits snugly into a content management system. You’ll write web content in half a dozen major genres, to put to work what you have learned, and to develop a portfolio of web samples for your job hunt or career change.

Sales Management Strategies and Tactics 24 hours

$79

This course is meant for Sales Managers and Workforce Employees applying to be Sales Managers. The course deliberates on how best to use Sales Force resources for achieving significant revenue and profit.

How to Master Customer Service 24 hours

$49

Customer service personnel are the frontline in making your customers happy and developing your reputation as a quality company. This course addresses three vital aspects of customer service – developing a customer-oriented culture, using effective telephone skills for quality customer service, and dealing with those occasional, but very important, difficult customers.

Introduction to Medical Transcription 30 hours

Online courses continue to provide the workforce skills necessary to acquire professional caliber positions for many indemand occupations with an unparalleled level of convenience. You can take online classes from the comfort of your home or office at the times that are best for you. The Office of Community and Professional Education offers a variety of online classes through partnerships with JER Online and Gatlin Educational Services. Take a class to update specific job skills or pursue a new career by completing a certificate program.

$59

This course is designed to provide an overview of typical medical transcription skills and training aptitude, so that a potential “wanna-be” MT may assess the capability and interest level. It also provides an overview of the industry itself, job opportunities, certification, and other related information.

Certificate in Technical Writing 90 hours

Online Courses

$899

This certificate program has been designated for those who lack sufficient experience in the field, or those who want to enhance existing careers in technical writing or move in a direction within the corporate workplace. This program is instructor-led, which means you learn from highly qualified industry and tech writing university faculty.

Record Management and Retention Policy Use 1 hour

$39

A company’s corporate records are one of its most important and valuable assets. Almost every employee is responsible for creating or maintaining corporate records of some kind, whether in the form of paper, computer data, microfilm, electronic mail or voice-mail. Letters, memoranda and contracts are obviously corporate records, as are things such as a desk calendar, an appointment book or an expense record. Learn how to properly maintain these many types of records.

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Gatlin Education Services (GES)

Gatlin Education Services, the world’s largest provider of Web-based, instructor-supported training programs, offers self-study courses with open enrollment in nearly every subject imaginable. Visit http://richmond.theelearningcenter.com to access the University of Richmond eLearning Center and take classes in topics such as: Building Strong Customer Relations Job-Seekers Workshop: 10 Steps to a New Beginning Estate Planning Negotiating for Professionals Microsoft Office (Word, Access, Excel, Powerpoint) Lessons Visit www.gatlineducation.com/richmond to access online programs designed to provide the skills necessary to acquire professional level positions for many in-demand occupations, such as Healthcare Certifications, Legal Transcription, IT Certifications, Casino Gaming Certifications, and more!

Digital Photography I 30 hours

Photoshop CS2: Exploring Photoshop

Freight Broker/Agent Training 150 hours

$1,695

This course is intended for students who want to get started on Adobe Photoshop CS2, to create and edit images. Students will explore and customize the Photoshop environment to tailor the workspace, and enhance productivity. You will also work with Adobe Bridge, navigation tools, customized menus, and apply metadata and keywords.

This nationally recognized Freight Broker Training course teaches the skills needed to be successful as a FreightLoad Broker Agent. Tutorials and projects will teach you the practical application of Freight Broker skills. This instructor-led program was created by freight broker specialists, and will arm you with the information needed to succeed in this business.

Veterinary Assistant

Home Inspection Certificate

3 hours

240 hours

$55

$1,595

This online program prepares students for an exciting new career as a veterinary assistant. Students learn about the care of animals as well as how to recognize the signs of illness and disease. This program also covers interpersonal communication, interaction with clients and their animals, as well as assisting the veterinarian during examinations. Administrative duties, such as fee collection, banking, and accounts payable are emphasized, and the program contains basic information about pet insurance. Textbooks are included.

200 hours

$2,095

This program teaches the principle components of home inspection procedures and processes. Learn how to create a home inspection report that will detail the home’s condition, including the heating and cooling systems, the plumbing and electrical systems, the roof and siding, as well as the framing and foundation.

$669

Point and shoot your way to professional quality digital photos! Digital photography is a key skill for any digital designer today. Whether you’re a fine artist, graphic designer, or Web developer, a mastery of digital photography gives you creative control of the medium. If you’ve outgrown the basic features of your digital camera, and you’re looking to take professional-quality photos, zoom in on Digital Photography I. In this handson course, you’ll discover how photography techniques and environmental factors interact to create powerful digital images. You’ll learn the fundamentals of lighting, perspective, and set-up and explore techniques for classic assignments: portraits, product shots, indoor and outdoor location shoots, and fast-action sports. In each exercise, you’ll submit shots from your assignment and get a critique from a professional photographer.

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TRIPS AND TOURS

Trips and Tours

Through a partnership with International Horizons, Inc., the University of Richmond School of Continuing Studies is offering a variety of trips and tours to exotic locations around the world. Each trip is led by a specialist in the area to be visited and highlights a variety of interests including history, archaeology, architecture, local culture, flora and fauna and behind-the-scenes treasures. For itineraries or to register for a trip: • Call International Horizons at (877) IH TOURS (877-448-6877) • E-mail: ih@internationalhorizons.com All prices listed are subject to change. Russia: Warts and All July 3–13, 2008

Cost: $4,595

Join Professor Ken Orosz as we go inside Ronald Reagan’s ‘Evil Empire!” Starting with St. Petersburg, we’ll look into its origins just over 300 years ago, visit the tsar’s palaces, and relive the glory days of the Soviet Union. Then it’s on to Moscow, with its important and historic monuments. Toss in a couple of out-ofthe-way destinations and this trip is yours for a lifetime! When are you going to see the Kremlin and the Hermitage? Sign up now!

POLAND: The Little Known August 8–19, 2008

Cost: $3,650

Join us for an in-depth view of the European Union’s newest member! Gdansk with its Medieval crane and stirring site of the Solidarity movement, Warsaw, risen from the dust of WWII, Auschwitz with its evocative ambiance, Czestochowa, and Krakow - one of Dr. Ostrand’s ‘magical’ cities! They’re all here, along with a couple of off-the-track gems too rarely seen by tourists.

SICILY, the OTHER ITALY and MALTA! August 29–September 6 or 8, 2008 Cost: $3,795 (Malta $640)

“If Sicily were a separate country everyone would include it on their ‘must-see’ travel agenda.” Outstanding ancient ruins, stunning mosaics and architecture, Mt. Etna, Europe’s only active volcano and incredible hotels and vistas! Add Malta, with some of the finest prehistoric monuments in the world and the toughest-to-visit UNESCO World Heritage site, and you have an affordable, memorable trip.

COSTA RICA: Warm, Wild & Wonderful Feb. 20–March 2, 2009

Cost: TBA

Active volcanoes, one of the world’s finest museums of pre-Columbian gold, the highest percent of biodiversity in the world, some neat meals and lodges you won’t forget, and a great price! This group is limited to 20 so don’t delay!

Tulip Barge Cruise April 1–11, 2009

Hapsburg Capitals: Prague, Vienna and Budapest August, 2009

Cost: TBA

Three of Europe’s most scintillating capitals, along with some of the tiny towns the commercial trips don’t have time to visit! We’ll do some of our walking trips that give you the heart and soul of these places, plus enough free time to be your own tour guide! If Austria, Hungary and the Czech Republic are for you, then get more details! As with all of our trips, we take a maximum of 25, period!

ROME: Great City October 3–11, 2009

Cost: TBA

“The Greatest City in the World for Things to See and Do!” And you’ll see why! The Colosseum and Roman Forum, Vatican City and Sistine Chapel, Catacombs and Ostia Spanish Steps and Trevi Fountain, Piazza Navona and Pantheon, and even a papal visit (we have tickets!) to boot!!

Cost: TBA

The Netherlands during tulip season! We’ll move slowly and see some of Amsterdam, Utrecht, Kinderdijk, Rotterdam, Gouda, and hopefully the tulips at Keukenhof, Leiden, and Haarlem. In Amsterdam, enjoy a full day-and-a-half tour including the Rijksmuseum and the Anne Frank House. A gentle cruise follows through this beautiful region.

PARIS!

Spring/Summer, 2009

Cost: TBA

One of our most-popular trips, a sell-out every time we offer it! And why not? The City of Lights and of Lovers has enticed all for centuries. Led by near-native Professor Ken Orosz, you’ll visit well-known Notre Dame and the Louvre as well as a couple of places only the insiders know. Toss in a spectacular palace, examine incomparable restaurants, check out a Medieval gem and take a bit of free time. Ah Paris!

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Cancellation and Refund Policy

The Office of Community and Professional Education reserves the right to cancel any class or make any other changes it deems necessary. Course fees will be refunded in full when the Office of Community and Professional Education cancels a course. We recognize you may occasionally need to cancel your registration. If you wish to receive a refund, we must receive your written request for cancellation no less than five business days prior to the class start date. A 50% processing fee will be deducted from the refund. We regret that we cannot provide a refund if we receive your written cancellation in four or fewer business days before the class start date. However, we will issue a gift certificate in the amount of the class fee for future registration. Please note that your refund may take several weeks to process.

Class Location

Most courses are held on the University of Richmond campus, but some are held at local businesses. Exact locations are sent to the participant in a confirmation via e-mail and mail before the course begins.

Inclement Weather

In the event of inclement weather, call the University’s inclement weather hotline at (804) 289-8760.

Non-discrimination Policy

Every University staff member, faculty member and student (part- or full-time) has the right to work and study in an environment free from discrimination and harassment and should be treated with dignity and respect. The University prohibits discrimination and harassment against applicants, students, faculty or staff on the basis of race, religion, national or ethnic origin, age, sexual orientation, disability, status as a veteran or any classification protected by local, state or federal law. Any inquiries regarding the University’s policies in these areas should be directed to the Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs, University of Richmond, VA 23173, telephone (804) 289-8032. If you need special accommodations to attend a class, please notify the Office of Community and Professional Education, School of Continuing Studies, at (804) 289-8133 at least 15 days in advance. 42

Accreditation

The University of Richmond is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award the associate, baccalaureate, master and juris doctor degrees. The several colleges and schools of the University award no degrees individually. The University of Richmond confers all degrees for work done in any one of the schools.

University of Richmond Alumni

University of Richmond alumni with a baccalaureate or advanced degree are entitled to a 25% discount on ONE class per semester. Alumni discount does not apply to travel programs, conferences, special programs, membership fees, certificate programs or application fees. This discount may only be used by alumni (not their spouses or children).

Continuing Education Units

Some courses in this catalog qualify for CEUs (Continuing Education Units). CEUs are a way of measuring and officially recognizing the time and effort you have put into your education for your job or profession. The Office of the University Registrar will maintain a record of your CEUs and provide you with a transcript upon request. So, what do you do with a CEU? As you update your credentials, are in line for a transfer, promotion or evaluation of your current position, or want to make a vocational change or explore a new career, the CEUs demonstrate the time, energy and interest you have shown in broadening your horizons.

Registration Deadlines

It is extremely important that you register at least one week prior to the start of the course. Registration deadlines have been put in place to allow for an accurate enrollment count needed for planning classroom needs, course materials, and food or travel logistics related to the class. If you submit your registration after the deadline, we cannot guarantee that you will receive a space in the course.

School of Continuing Studies Staff

James L. Narduzzi, Ph.D., Dean Patricia Brown, Ed.D., Senior Associate Dean Ned Swartz, Ed.D., Associate Dean David Kitchen, Ph.D., Associate Dean James Campbell, M.A., Director of Marketing Leigh Anne Giblin, B.A., Marketing and Communications Coordintor Daniel Hocutt, M.A., Web Manager Kathy Powers, M.S.F.S., Institute on Philanthropy Program Coordinator Linda Tucker, Customer Service Joanne Charlesworth, Customer Service

Office of Community and Professional Education Staff

Pamela B. Johnson, B.S., C.P.P., Director Stephanie Bowlin, B.S., C.P.P., Program Coordinator Cary Jamieson, B.F.A., Landscape Design Program Specialist Anna Kay Travis, Registration and Operations Coordinator

Jeanne Clery Disclosure Statement

The University Police Department, in compliance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure Act, publishes an annual report outlining its policies, functions, campus safety plans, prevention techniques, and tabulated statistics for the most recent threeyear period. For a copy of the Department’s Annual Report, call (804) 289-8715, write the University of Richmond Police Department, att. Jeanne Clery Crime Statistician, Special Programs Building, 31 UR Drive, University of Richmond, VA 23173 or access the report online at http://oncampus.richmond.edu/ administration/police/ccra/index.htm .

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Think Again Non-Credit Registration Form

SUMMER 2008

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Admissions 18 Advancement Office 3a Alice Haynes Room 4 Alumni Office 49 Arts & Sciences Dean 5 Atlantic House 22c Boatwright Memorial Library 5 Booker Hall of Music 38 Bookstore 4 Brunet Memorial Hall 18 Bursar’s Office (Student Accounts) 18 Business Office 3a Business School 1 Camp Concert Hall 38 Campus Ministries Center 37 Cannon Memorial Chapel 36 Career Development Center 3b Center for Civic Engagement 4 Chancellor’s Office 5 Chaplain’s Office 37 Columbarium 36 Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) 3b Crenshaw Field 50a Data Systems Administration 16 Deanery 33 Dennis Memorial Hall 13 E. Carlton Wilton Center for Interfaith Campus Ministries 37 Financial Aid 18 First Market Bank Stadium 23b Football Practice Field 45 Fraternities 22 & 24 Freeman Hall 10 Gazebo 47 Gottwald Science Center 35 Graduate Business School 1 Graduate School A&S Dean 5 Gray Court 39 Gumenick Academic/ Administrative Quadrangle 3 Heilman Dining Center 34 Human Resource Services 8 Information Services 17 International Education 3c Intramural Fields 29 Jenkins Greek Theatre 41 Jepson Alumni Center 49 Jepson Hall 17 Jepson School of Leadership Studies 17 Jepson Theatre 50 Jeter Memorial Hall 15 Keller Hall 43 Lacrosse Field 48 Law School 19 Law School Alumni Office 19 Lora Robins Court 32 Lora Robins Gallery of Design from Nature 5 Management Institute 1 Marsh Art Gallery 50 Marsh Hall 11 Maryland Hall 3a Media Resource Center 5 Military Science 16

Alphabetical Index

Millhiser Gymnasium 16 Modlin Center for the Arts 50 Moore Memorial Hall 12 North Court 40 North Court Reception Room 40 Pacific House 22a Perkinson Recital Hall 40 Phonathon Center 28 Pitt Baseball Field 23c

Police 31 Political Science 8 Post Office 34 Power Plant 26 President’s Home 44 President’s Dining Room 4 President’s Office 3a Printing Services 28 Puryear Hall 3c

Registrar 18 Richmond College Dean 51 Richmond Hall 3b Richmond Research Institute 8 Robins Center 23a Robins Center Pool 23 Robins Pavilion 49 Robins Memorial Hall 14 Robins School of Business 1

Ryland Hall 2 School of Continuing Studies 31 Services Building 28 Soccer/Track Complex 23b South Court 42 Special Programs Building 31 Student Affairs 4 Student Health Center 31 Tennis Complex 25

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SUMMER 2008 THINK AGAIN

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