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Course Quick Reference Guide

Lois Todd, Student

Laura Barrios, Instructor, and Ana Karla

Course

Al Lane, Instructor

Quick Reference Guide

Personal Enrichment Courses

Professional Development Courses

A World of Creativity Art................................................................................ 2 Language ..................................................................... 3 Literature ..................................................................... 5 Spirituality ................................................................... 5 Theatre and Film.......................................................... 6 Computer Skills ............................................................. 7 CyberSeniors .................................................................. 8 Finance for Individuals .................................................. 9 Fitness and Wellness ...................................................... 9 Food & Wine ................................................................ 13 History ......................................................................... 15 Tours and Travel .......................................................... 16

Career Enhancement.................................................... 20 Computer Skills ........................................................... 21 Professional Certification ............................................. 23 Certified Employee Benefit Specialist Program ........... 23 Information Technology Certification Preparation ..... 24 Mediation .................................................................. 25 Institute on Philanthropy ........................................... 27


Interest

WE WANT TO HEAR FROM YOU We recognize that you have many continuing education options in the Richmond community and appreciate your interest in the University of Richmond.

Survey

❒ Male

❒ Female

Are you a UR Alumnus/a? ❒ Yes

❒ No

Have you taken a course from the THINK AGAIN catalog in the past? ❒ Yes

❒ No

What is your ZIP code? __________________ Where did you get this catalog? ❒ It was mailed to my home ❒ At a library display ❒ UR Web site

❒ It was mailed to my business ❒ A friend gave it to me ❒ Other: ______________________________________

What is the best day of the week for you to take classes? ❒ Monday ❒ Tuesday ❒ Wednesday ❒ Thursday ❒ Friday ❒ Saturday ❒ Sunday The following courses have been proposed for 2002-2003. Please indicate your interest by checking any boxes that apply: ❒ Happiness is Free: How to Find It

❒ NASCAR

❒ Computer Animation

❒ Project Management for IT Professionals

❒ Cooking Certificate Program

❒ Lifestyle Transitions for Seniors (homes, finances, health)

❒ Jewelry and Gemstones

❒ Understanding the Weather

❒ Cities of the South

❒ Understanding Your Strengths

❒ Other: __________________________________________________________________________________ ❒ Other: __________________________________________________________________________________ ❒ Other: __________________________________________________________________________________

Thank You for Your Time

Please return to: Office of Community and Professional Education • School of Continuing Studies • University of Richmond, VA 23173

FAX: (804) 289-8138

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“The classes exceeded my expectations. I had the opportunity to hear the feelings and experiences of many who consider themselves part of the Hispanic community. It opened my mind to issues I had never even thought about previously. Dr. Cavalcanti presented a thoughtful analysis of the immigration experience that translates across many nationalities, not just Hispanics. He is a wonderful resource. His information was surprisingly in-depth for the amount of time we had.”

Keo Cavalcanti, History Instructor

— Barbara Homiller

“The class had far more information (particularly statistics and concrete examples) than I could have hoped for. I learned a tremendous amount about the subject and about myself. I am a graduate of Princeton University and the University of Chicago Law School. I believe that Keo’s instructing abilities are comparable to the best instructors that I had at those institutions.” — Agustín E. Rodríguez

On Jack Mountcastle…

Jack Mountcastle, History Instructor

“ Not knowing what to expect as I’ve read virtually nothing about the Civil War, never visited a battlefield, and rarely stopped to read roadside markers… I’ve had my interests set ablaze and will continue to read—and, finally, look forward to the next course taught by J.W.M. Made the movements and battles come alive!” — Jim Smythe

Personal Enrichment Courses

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Art Exploration for Adults

Saturday, March 15 9:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. Fee: $69 CEUs: 0.5 CRN: 50357

Art Exploration for Children

Tuesdays, February 18 - March 18 (omit March 4) 7:00 - 9:00 p.m. Fee: $125 CEUs: 0.8 CRN: 50313

Dare to Draw

Wednesdays, February 12 - 26 6:30 - 9:00 p.m. Fee: $69 CEUs: 0.4 CRN: 50358

Mosaic Tiles

Wednesdays, March 12, 19 & 26 7:00 - 9:00 p.m. Fee: $67 CEUs: 0.6 CRN: 50341

Oriental Rugs: Living with Art on the Floor

Tuesdays, February 4 - March 11 (omit March 4) 7:00 - 9:00 p.m. Fee: $114 CEUs: 1.0 CRN: 50293

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Saturday, March 22 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Fee: $79 CEUs: 0.7 CRN: 50332

Instructor: Michelle F. Hoffmann, M.A.E. Art is an integral thread in the development of any civilization. It expands your horizons and allows you to better understand “yourself.” Art will enhance your visual concepts, heighten your perceptual awareness and increase your aesthetic sensitivity. Explore yourself through color, texture and design. Three projects will help you discover yourself. Lunch included. One class.

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Instructor: Michelle F. Hoffmann, M.A.E. Ages 11-13. You will be introduced to four Artists and their unique styles: Artist Pablo Picasso, the father of Cubism; George Seurat, creator of pointilism; Henri Matisse, collages; and Georgia O’Keeffe, abstracts. You’ll have a chance to experiment with each style and add your personal touch. Come join the fun! Bring a lunch. One class.

Instructor: Michelle F. Hoffmann, M.A.E. The basic principles of drawing will assist you in all aspects of your arts and crafts projects. In this class, you will learn how to create good composition and layout. You will learn about perspective, shading techniques and proportions in drawing. Your complete drawings will be suitable for framing. Four weeks.

Instructor: Jennifer Kirby You will create your own mosaic flowerpot masterpiece! You will learn basic tile setting and grouting techniques and become familiar with different types of tile, adhesives and grouts. Pay instructor $30 materials fee at first class for all supplies. Class held at Crossroads Art Center, behind the Krispy Kreme at Staples Mill and Broad. Three weeks.

Instructor: Robert Loker, III, B.A.; President of Shaia Oriental Rugs of Williamsburg We are pleased to offer this class during the evening hours this winter. In this class, you will touch and closely examine rugs from the major weaving areas of the world. You will discuss proper maintenance, restoration, market conditions and appraisals. This class is perfect if you are interested in texture and design or considering a piece of art for your floor. Three weeks.

Photography for Beginners

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Instructors: Bill O. and Linda W. Lane, owners, Nature’s Image Composition, a creative eye, a few special pieces of equipment, a little instruction and practice are all you’ll need to improve your techniques. If you photograph pets, flowers, landscapes or people, the techniques and skills are much the same. These basics also pertain to digital cameras that can be manually operated. Don’t miss that once-in-a-lifetime photo again. Five weeks.

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“Every time I take [her watercolor class], it is slightly different so I want to take it over and over. Covers the basics as well as stretching into advanced topics. Well prepared, organized—always in tune with students’ needs.” — Claire Kunz

Tile Painting Instructor: Brenda Blanks, artist Once you know the basics of applying a chinapainted design on ceramic tiles, you will be able to apply this technique throughout your home. Although no experience is required, you should have a basic knowledge of brush stroke work. The first night of class, pay instructor $30 for class materials. Three weeks.

Watercolor for a Day Instructor: Michelle F. Hoffmann, M.A.E. A one-day workshop to experiment with fun and easy techniques, including wet and wet, dry on wet, washes, and marbleizing. You will find a new and creative way to use watercolors and some “tricks of the trade.” All supplies included in cost.

Susan Jones, Art Student

Watercolors: Making the Brush Behave

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Instructor: Jillian Warner, M.F.A. Take time each week to do something for yourself. If you enjoy painting with watercolors, join Jillian Warner each Wednesday evening as she provides challenges in all levels of watercolor painting. Supply list will be furnished. Eight weeks.

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On Jillian Warner…

Thursdays, April 3, 10 & 17 6:00 - 9:00 p.m. Fee: $79 CEUs: 0.9 CRN: 50310

Saturday, February 22 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Fee: $79 CEUs: 0.7 CRN: 50329

Wednesdays, February 5 - April 2 (omit March 5) 6:30 - 9:30 p.m. Fee: $181 CEUs: 2.4 CRN: 50302

LANGUAGE American Sign Language Instructor: Raymont Anderson, Certified ASLTA Instructor For the beginner as well as those with intermediate skills. Learn to develop greater conversational skills as well as your more artistic ASL skills by learning to tell stories, use classifiers, and sign music. Six weeks.

Italian for Beginners Instructor: Michelle Costantini, M.A. Last fall, this class filled up in less than two weeks! Michelle is teaching another dynamic, creative, projectoriented class. You will learn vocabulary and basic structures by using them in real-life situations. Whether you’re planning a trip or just love the musical sound of the Italian language, you’ll be speaking Italian in no time. Eight weeks.

French: Intermediate Level Instructor: Ludmila Kovar This is a continuation of the Fall 2002 course for French-speaking students who want to further their skills in a structured environment. Eight weeks.

Spanish for Beginners Instructor: Lisa Zajur You will learn to speak Spanish with confidence, in a fun and non-threatening environment. If you have a basic Spanish vocabulary, this course will enhance your conversation when traveling or in business settings. Enroll by January 24 to insure that materials will be available for you the first night of class. Materials fee of $115 is paid directly to instructors the first night of class. Eight weeks.

Mondays, February 3 - March 17 (omit March 3) 6:00 - 8:30 p.m. Fee: $125 CEUs: 1.5 CRN: 50306 Wednesdays, February 5 - April 2 (omit March 5) 7:00 - 9:00 p.m. Fee: $131 CEUs: 1.6 CRN: 50319

Thursdays, February 6 - April 3 (omit March 6) 6:30 - 8:00 p.m. Fee: $152 CEUs: 1.2 CRN: 50452 Thursdays, April 3 - May 29 (omit April 24) 5:30 - 7:30 p.m. Fee: $66 CEUs: 1.6 CRN: 50322 www.richmond.edu/academics/scs

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The following courses are held on the campus of Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden. Fridays, January 17 - February 7 3:30 - 5:30 p.m. Fee: $$180 CEUs: 0.8 CRN: 50311

Basic Botanical Illustration

Saturday, February 8 8:30 - 10:30 a.m. Saturdays, February 15, 22 & March 1, 8:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. Tuesdays, February 18 & 25 6:00 - 9:00 p.m. Fee: $265 CEUs: 2.0 CRN: 50308

Basic Home Landscape Design

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Instructor: Sheila Hayden Learn the purpose of botanical illustration and build drawing skills to accurately convey a distinct representation of nature. This course will teach a practical and immediately useful style of plant delineation with watercolor and pen and ink. Some drawing and watercolor experience is helpful but not required. A list of suggested additional equipment will be sent on enrollment. All materials provided.

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Instructor: Neal Beasley, Manager of Horticulture, Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden Develop the knowledge and skills needed to construct an individualized home landscape. Students will conduct an analysis of a site and create a base map, site plan, conceptual plan, and planting plan. Exercises in design will reinforce landscaping principles and make students aware of common pitfalls—such as hiding the front door to a residence. The focus of this class is design; in-depth plant information will not be discussed. A completed landscape plan will qualify you for credit toward a document of completion. Some materials will be provided and a list of additional materials will be mailed on enrollment.

Saturday, February 15 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 noon Fee: $45 CEUs: 0.3 CRN: 50364

Botany for Beginners

Tuesdays, March 11 & 18 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. Fee: $50 CEUs: 0.4 CRN: 50360

Cut Flower Care and Handling

Wednesday, February 5 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Fee: $36 CEUs: 0.3 CRN: 50363

New Concepts in Public Landscaping

Thursdays, January 16, 23 & 30 4:00 - 6:00 p.m. Fee: $80 CEUs: 0.6 CRN: 50333

Plant Installation and Maintenance

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Instructor: Dr. Miles Johnson, professor emeritus of biology, Virginia Commonwealth University As gardeners we deal with the plant world on a daily basis, but what about the basic plant science that regulates it? What actually happens to a seed once it is in the ground? Why do our shrubs become bushy with repeated pruning? Dr. Johnson will help you understand these botanical mysteries along with the basic structure and function of all plant parts. Hands-on demonstrations accompany this illustrated lecture, and Botany for Gardeners—An Introduction and Guide, by Brian Capon is recommended reading for this class (available in the Garden Shop).

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Instructor: Mimi Matthew, Flowers by Mimi and Vogue Flowers From the flower shop to the garden, study the sources of cut flowers, identification, and proper cutting and conditioning techniques for flowers and foliage to maximize appearance and plant life.

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Instructor: Karen Kelly, landscape designer and principal, Shipp and Wilson Landscape Designers Planners and managers of institutional, governmental, and corporate landscapes are faced with new challenges protecting their investment in landscaping. Managing in drought conditions, meeting environmental regulations, planning - and planting - for maximum life expectancy are only a few. Best practices and types of plants for problem areas and new concepts in design are emphasized. Examples of plant materials at Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden will be highlighted in a short garden tour with the instructor.

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Instructor: Beth Burrell, landscape designer and owner, Giving Tree, Ltd. The experienced gardener knows that proper installation of garden plants is essential to their success. With Beth Burrell, a landscape designer and an avid collector, as your guide, study basic installation and maintenance principles like plant identification, soil preparation and design applications for the home landscape. Learning will take place in the classroom as well as in the garden; dress accordingly. A plant identification test will be given on the final night of class.

Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden presents Branching Out, a year-long educational series designed to celebrate the opening of the new Education and Library Complex. Throughout 2003, a collection of programs will explore a diverse range of topics in depth with nationally recognized institutions and highly qualified experts. Discover the many wonders of the natural world—plan to attend Branching Out! For more information, visit www.lewisginter.org. 4

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Instructor: Lisa Zajur For those of you who completed Spanish for Beginners last year, the Spanish Academy and Cultural Institute is ready to challenge you again. In addition to vocabulary development, you will conjugate verbs in the past, present and future tenses; conduct role plays in various business situations such as meetings, conversations, activities, using the ATM, traveling, ordering, etc...you will then discuss the basics of conducting business in Hispanic countries and develop a cultural awareness about the Hispanic culture on an immersion field trip experience. Pay instructor $55 for Level II materials the first night of class. Eight weeks.

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Spanish: Intermediate Level

Thursdays, January 30 - March 27 (omit March 6) 5:30 - 7:30 p.m. Fee: $99 CEUs: 1.6 CRN: 50318 Lisa Zajur and Anita Nadal, Spanish Instructors

Scholarship money for Spanish classes is available to those who qualify. For application information, contact Pamela Johnson, Director of the Office of Community and Professional Education, at pjohnson@richmond.edu or (804) 287-6517.

LITERATURE Plot Your Novel Instructor: Carolyn Greene, A.A., author Inspiration and intuition are ideal for plotting, but sometimes they just aren’t enough. In this course, multipublished and award-winning author Carolyn Greene will share her tried-and-true plotting methods. Topics include brainstorming a novel, setting up a plotting notebook, creating three-dimensional characters, and conjuring up conflict. Manual included. Five weeks.

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Start Your Novel

Instructor: Carolyn Greene, A.A., author In this intensive course offered by author Carolyn Greene, you will learn how to overcome the fear of starting your novel, brainstorm and organize plot possibilities, begin your book with a bang, and use effective writing and craft techniques to grab an editor’s attention. “Start Your Novel” may be taken as the second installment in Carolyn Greene’s Novel Writing series, or as a stand-alone course. Six weeks.

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The Story

Instructor: Susan Hankla, M.A. This winter, treat yourself to a morning break and emerge in the spring with a surprising portfolio of new stories. The short story is a fine form for exploring the cutting edge in literature and in yourself. You will be challenged to read and write short fiction from weekly take-home assignments. Eight weeks.

Tuesdays, January 28 - February 25 7:00 - 9:30 p.m. Fee: $156 CEUs: 1.3 CRN: 50305

Tuesdays, March 11 - April 15 7:00 - 9:30 p.m. Fee: $180 CEUs: 1.5 CRN: 50321

Tuesdays, February 4 - April 1 (omit March 4) 9:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. Fee: $199 CEUs: 2.4 CRN: 50301

SPIRITUALITY After Heaven: American Spirituality in the 21st Century

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Instructor: H. Cavalcanti, Ph.D. America: Godly or Godless? Of all industrialized Western nations, America is still considered the most religious one. Our country has the highest rates of church attendance, of belief in God, of frequency of prayer, of involvement in organized religion activities. Yet, in the late 20th Century, the United States witnessed the growth of new religious movements, of new age groups, and a host of para-religious forms of spirituality, not to mention the Americans who simply gave up on institutional religion altogether. Are we more or less religious today? This course invites you to explore the social processes that affected the nature, shape, and expression of American spirituality in the late 20th and early 21st centuries. Using sociology of religion, we will look at the impact of modernity and science on faith as well as the role that spirituality has come to play in the lives of those of us living today. Recommended Text: Robert Wuthnow, After Heaven: Spirituality in America since the 1950s, 1998. Four weeks.

Tuesdays, March 4 , 11, 18 & 25 7:00 - 9:00 p.m. Fee: $68 CEUs: 0.8 CRN: 50325

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Instructor Profile: Carolyn Greene, author As a multi-published author of popular fiction novels, Carolyn Greene has won awards for her work and seen her books hit bestseller charts. Known among writers as the “Plot Doctor,” Carolyn is a popular and dynamic speaker who frequently presents writing workshops around the country. Her warmth and sense of humor are evident in her teaching, as well as in the books she pens. Students enjoy her creativity and practical step-by-step methods, and many have gone on to publish their own novels as a result of what they learned from her. Carolyn has taught at the University of Richmond for five years and readily shares her knowledge and experiences as a publishing professional. In response to numerous requests from students in her “Plot Your Novel” course, she is expanding her instruction to a four-part series that will cover each phase of the writing process...from concept to contract. “Start Your Novel” premiere in this catalog, with “Edit Your Novel” and “Sell Your Novel” to follow later. One of her favorite quotes is from author Jack London: “You can’t wait for inspiration. You have to go after it with a club.” A believer that each of us creates our own success, Carolyn is happy to provide some of the tools (or clubs) with which to do just that. Look for Carolyn’s courses, Plot Your Novel and Start Your Novel, on page 5

THEATRE AND FILM Tuesdays, February 4 - March 18 (omit March 4) 6:30 - 9: 30 p.m. Fee: $120 CEUs: 1.8 CRN: 50303

Films from 1962

Tuesdays, February 4 - March 25 (omit March 4) 7:00 - 9:30 p.m. Fee: $140 CEUs: 1.5 CRN: 50307

Screenwriting for Beginners

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Instructor: Paul Porterfield, Director, University of Richmond Media Resource Center The University of Richmond School of Continuing Studies was created in 1962 and this film class celebrates the artistic contributions of that special year. The movies made in 1962 had great depth and range. It was a year of stylistic experimentation for both domestic and foreign films. Each night, you will view and discuss one of the great films released in 1962. Possible titles include: “Lawerence of Arabia,” “To Kill a Mockingbird,” “The Manchurian Candidate,” and “Last Year at Marienbad.” Six weeks.

Instructor: Drina Kay, M.A. Delve into the craft of writing for film with an overview of industry materials, area resources and terminology. Classes will cover visual storytelling, formatting, plot structure, character development, and dialogue. You will read scripts, write scenes and critique class work. Prerequisite: Keyboarding skills. Seven weeks.

Institute of Reading Development Reading Enrichment Program

The Office of Community and Professional Education is pleased to offer a special series of very effective and popular reading programs for all ages, from preschool to adult. • Preschoolers will develop the reading readiness skills to make learning to read easier and more enjoyable. • Younger students will master basic phonics and develop a love of reading with increased fluency, vocabulary and comprehension skills. • Older students will increase their reading speed, while significantly improving comprehension and study habits. The Institute on Reading Development has been offering these courses for the past 34 years. Tuition ranges from $199 to $289. For more information or to register for a class on the University of Richmond campus, call (800) 978-9596. Discounts available to the families of University of Richmond faculty and staff.

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Computer Skills

PERSONAL COMPUTER SKILLS COMPUTER SKILLS Becoming a Friend of the Internet Instructor: Igor Farkas, Ph.D. If you want to know how to navigate the Web; copy, save and print files from your research; and make bookmarks, this is a great class for you. In four hours, you will be given the tools you need for successful “surfing.” Familiarity with the computer is required. One class.

Flash I

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Mondays, April 7 & 14 6:00 - 9:00 p.m. Fee: $97 CEUs: 0.6 CRN: 50298

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Mondays, February 17 & 24 6:00 - 9:00 p.m. Fee: $53 CEUs: 0.6 CRN: 50337

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Mondays, March 17, 24 & 31 6:00 - 9:00 p.m. Fee: $88 CEUs: 0.9 CRN: 50309

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Tuesdays and Thursdays, February 11, 13, 18, 20, 25 & 27 9:30 - 11:30 a.m. Fee: $149 CEUs: 1.2 CRN: 50060

Instructor: Kevin Creamer, Administrative Technology Services, University of Richmond Macromedia’s Flash has become a popular way to animate the Web. In this workshop, you’ll learn the basics of animating with text, graphics, images and sound. If you have used an image editing software like Photoshop, Illustrator or Fireworks, you will be better prepared for this class. Two weeks.

Photoshop I

Instructor: Kevin Creamer, Administrative Technology Services, University of Richmond If you are planning a vacation or project this summer, this is a great way to produce an incredible document of photographs. Using Adobe Photoshop, you can prepare images and graphics for the Web. You will cover image formats, file sizes, image sizes and simple photo retouching techniques. Two weeks.

Photoshop II

Instructor: Kevin Creamer, Administrative Technology Services, University of Richmond Now that you know the basics of Adobe Photoshop, immerse yourself in the details of this popular software. Three weeks.

Word - Intermediate Level

Instructor: Pam Holley, M.Ed. This course is for those of you who know how to read e-mail, use a mouse, cut and paste, and “surf” the Internet, and are ready to move on to headers and footers, inserting clip art, page layout, margins and columns. Six classes.

Word - Advanced Level

Saturday, February 15 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. Fee: $40 CEUs: 0.4 CRN: 50359

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Instructor: Pam Holley, M.Ed. Now that you know how to use e-mail, the Internet and have basic word processing skills, you are ready for advanced tables, advanced graphics, numbering, newsletters and other advanced aspects of computers. Four classes.

Mondays and Wednesdays, March 10, 12, 17 & 19 9:30 - 11:30 a.m. Fee: $99 CEUs: 0.8 CRN: 50062

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TUESDAYS and THURSDAYS February 4, 6, 11 & 13 1:00 - 4:00 p.m. Fee: $105 CEUs: 1.2 CRN: 50088

CYBERSENIORS IV – More Word Processing

MONDAYS and WEDNESDAYS February 3, 5, 10 & 12 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 noon Fee: $105 CEUs: 1.2 CRN: 50087

CYBERSENIORS IV - More Word Processing

MONDAYS and WEDNESDAYS March 10, 12, 17 & 19 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 noon Fee: $105 CEUs: 1.2 CRN: 50090

CYBERSENIORS V - Adobe Elements

TUESDAYS and THURSDAYS March 11, 13, 18 & 20 1:00 - 4:00 p.m. Fee: $105 CEUs: 1.2 CRN: 50091

CYBERSENIORS V - Adobe Elements

COMPUTERS

Instructor: Pam Holley, M.Ed.

This course will expand your word processing skills using Microsoft Word. Work with page layouts, margins and columns. Enhance your document by inserting tables, graphics, borders and digital images. Four classes.

Instructor: Pam Holley, M.Ed.

This course will expand your word processing skills using Microsoft Word. Work with page layouts, margins and columns. Enhance your document by inserting tables, graphics, borders and digital images. Four classes.

Instructor: Pam Holley, M.Ed.

Are you ready to create memoirs, letters and cards with your computer? You will see how a digital camera and scanner can be used to personalize these items. This is for those of you who have taken at least two other CyberSenior classes. Four classes.

Instructor: Pam Holley, M.Ed. Are you ready to create memoirs, letters and cards with your computer? You will see how a digital camera and scanner can be used to personalize these items. This is for those of you who have taken at least two other CyberSenior classes. Four classes.

On Pam Holley… “…terrific handbook for review given to each student. Very organized! Clear presentation of materials—amazingly patient with everyone! Best computer instructor I have had…” — Anne Farrell

“Pam seems to know just what we seniors are looking for and has the patience to work with us. Pam is the most patient and helpful person in the world. Beyond my expectations—Lots of fun!!!” — Carolyn (Connie) Bostic

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Finance for Individuals • Fitness & Wellness

Finance for Individuals Back to Black™ Instructor: George Lucke, CFIC; Consultant, GELCORE Financial Services Do you have more month than money? Learn how to eliminate all of your debts—credit cards, student loans, personal loans, auto loans, and yes, even your mortgage—in an average of seven to eight years. Bring a list of your personal debts and a calculator and develop your personal debt elimination plan. Discover specific, powerful and proven strategies that work...every single time. The suggested text, Invest in Your Debt, will be available for $39. Workbook included. One class.

Fundamentals of Investing Instructor: Alfred L. Stratford, III, AAMS, CMFC; Vice President, Davenport & Company, LLC Do you know if you are financially healthy? Learn the basics of cash flow management, retirement planning, creation of income in retirement, estate planning and insurance issues. Learn how to potentially reduce taxes, properly allocate your portfolio and evaluate your personal financial situation. Three classes.

Spend Smart™ Instructor: George Lucke, CFIC; Consultant, GELCORE Financial Services Financial success is not about the money we make—it’s about the money we keep. This class will help you analyze how you spend money. You will develop a personalized plan to save on spending, without sacrificing quality of life; create a cash surplus that grows every month; discover ways to save on insurance, groceries, interest and more. The suggested text will be available for $39. Workbook included. One class.

Wednesday, February 26 6:30 - 9:30 p.m. Fee: $40 CEUs: 0.3 CRN: 50365

Monday, February 17; Wednesday, February 19; Monday, February 24 7:00 - 9:30 p.m. Fee: $55 CEUs: 0.7 CRN: 50328

Thursdays, February 27 6:30 - 9:30 p.m. Fee: $40 CEUs: 0.3 CRN: 50366

Fitness & Wellness Amateur Coaching

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Tuesdays, February 4, 11, 18 & 25 7:00 - 9:00 p.m. Fee: $68 CEUs: 0.8 CRN: 50312

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Thursday, March 20 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Fee: $115 CEUs: 0.7 CRN: 50331

Instructors: Jim Merritt, Assistant Athletic Director, and UR coaches Have you been asked to coach your son’s football team or your daughter’s soccer team this year? Are you looking for ways to make it a fun and rewarding experience, as well as educational? Several University of Richmond coaches, including football coach Jim Reid, men’s basketball coach Jerry Wainwright, women’s basketball coach Joanne Boyle, baseball coach Ron Atkins, men’s soccer coach Jeff Gettler, and women’s soccer coach Peter Albright have agreed to provide their expertise to those of you working tirelessly to coach local sports teams for ages 6-14. Each night of the class, different coaches will address topics such as teamwork, discipline, conditioning, academics, sports medicine, strength training and specific coaching techniques related to their sport. Ages ten and over should enroll with an adult. Four weeks.

Fly Fishing in Virginia

Instructor: Harry Robertson, Owner, Hanover Fly Fishers Richmond is so blessed with a river and this class will focus on the methods and equipment used to successfully fish the James River and other local warm waters. Harry Robertson is leading a fishing trip to Alaska in 2003 and all of these techniques will prepare you for this experience. Lunch included.

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Fitness & Wellness

UNIVERSITY OF RICHMOND CAMPUS RECREATION Fitness Instructional Programs These programs are noncredit educational classes, clinics, workshops and certification programs scheduled on the University of Richmond campus. For the most current program information, visit http:www.oncampus.richmond.edu/student/affairs/recreat or contact Campus Recreation at 289-8406 or kharris3@richmond.edu. Please contact the School of Continuing Studies at 289-8133 with registration questions. Adult CPR Certification Instructors: John Jacobs & Mike Hull CPR is a simple procedure, as simple as A-B-C: Airway, Breathing, and Circulation. Everyone should know the signals of heart attack and actions for survival, and everyone should have a plan for emergency action. Participants learn and practice Adult CPR, rescue breathing, choking rescue, use of the EMS system and how to prevent heart disease. Certification includes American Red Cross Adult CPR (valid for 1 year). Fee does not include optional textbook.

Cardio Sculpt Instructor: Sharry Goode Begin 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. No class 3/4 and 3/6.

Aqua Aerobics Instructor: Diane Weinstein Movement with music in the water best describes this course that develops the whole body. Strength, endurance and flexibility are developed in routine-like patterns choreographed to lively music. This cardiovascular workout includes resistance and strength training as well as deep-water exercises to build stamina. We welcome a variety of fitness levels and swim experiences, from beginner to advanced. Come have fun while you exercise in the water! No class 3/4 and 3/6.

Dancercise for Seniors Instructor: Eloise Edwards Instructor uses a variety of music and steps to create easy, no impact rhythmic movements. Participants can adjust moves to their own rate or fitness level. No experience necessary. Come join this class for an easy way to exercise and socialize in a relaxed environment. Course is geared towards 55 and over, but anyone is welcome! Instructor has over 25 years of dance and fitness experience, and is a senior herself. If you come, you’ll discover an enjoyable way to exercise! No class 3/3.

Bands, Balls and Hand Weights: Learning How to Tone at Home Instructor: Lisa Stone Having trouble getting to the gym? Learn how to strengthen and tone your muscles at your home or office with these simple exercises. This six-week course teaches you how to use rubber bands, exercise balls and hand weights to get a full toning workout on your own time. The course provides you with an exercise ball and rubber band that are yours to take home, as well as handouts to help you remember the exercises. Now there are no excuses not to exercise! Additional supply fee of $20-$25 depending on size of equipment.

Dancercise 101 Instructor: Betty Robinson-Weeks If you desire a low impact and aerobically fun way to tone and build your metabolism, join us for this class! The class includes lots of dance exercise with total body movement to oldies, top-pop, Latin, swing and more. You learn an easy routine that can be done at home! Blood pressure checks are incorporated into the class, as well as information about how to calculate BMR. If you want an enjoyable group form of exercise, but don’t necessarily like the grueling workout of some exercise programs, this is the class for you! No experience necessary. No class 2/5.

Body Sculpting Certified Instructor: TBD The maximum muscle workout! This 60-minute class includes a low to moderate intensity workout, isolating, strengthening, and toning all muscle groups with or without weights. No bulk building, just toning, flexing and total muscle conditioning. No class 3/3 and 3/5.

Discover Your Strengths Instructor: Karen Adams Want to start exercising, but you just don’t know how to get started? Do you need help understanding the phrase “eat right”? Register for this class and you’ll learn how to design your own exercise program to meet your goals. The instructor is a certified personal trainer, aerobics instructor and sports nutritionist. The course is a combination of basic nutrition information and practical instruction on how to properly use the following equipment: hand weights, resistance ball, body bar, and medicine ball. At the end of the course, participants are able to design their own workouts to continue exercising on their own in a fitness center or at home. There is also an opportunity to purchase equipment for personal use. Additional fees apply for any equipment purchases. Take advantage of the group setting and come learn with others who need help getting started or who want to refine their workouts! Discover your strengths! No class 3/4 and 3/6.

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First Aid Basics Certification Instructors: John Jacobs & Mike Hull Participants learn Adult CPR, rescue breathing, choking rescue and the following first aid skills: bleeding control, treatment of burns, fractures, sprains, seizures, poisoning and heat and cold emergencies. Certification includes American Red Cross Adult CPR (valid for 1 year) and First Aid Basics (valid for 3 years). Fee does not include optional textbook. Fit to a Tee Instructor: Rob Jewett This class is a golf-conditioning program that concentrates on improving a golfer’s game through a sport specific exercise routine. Participants learn appropriate resistance exercises to train the muscles used in the game of golf. Participants also learn stretches that work best to loosen tight muscles in the legs, hips, and lower back. Fitness testing before and after course includes body fat composition, flexibility and upper body strength. If you want to maintain your level of play throughout an entire round, hit the ball farther and straighter, or help minimize lower back pain, register now! No class 3/4 and 3/6. 10

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Lifeguard Training Review Course Instructor: Mike Coleman To be eligible to participate in the Lifeguard Training review course, the participant must possess a current American Red Cross (ARC) Lifeguard Training & First Aid Certificate and a current ARC CPR for the Professional Rescuer certificate. (Individuals with expired certificates must participate in a challenge course or the full training course.) The purpose of the review course is to give individuals an opportunity to review the course content within a class setting. Participants view video segments, practice and perform skills for evaluation, and complete the written examination. Passing all skill tests and the written examination results in re-certification for Lifeguard Training and First Aid, and CPR for the Professional Rescuer. Fee does not include optional textbook. Class Schedule: 3/15 10:00-6:00, 3/16 12:00-4:00 (Participants must attend all classes to earn certification. No refunds!) Low Impact Certified Instructor: TBD This 45-minute class offers a challenging low impact workout stressing safe and effective moves without any jumping. The workout increases cardiovascular efficiency and is ideal for the beginner as well as the advanced exerciser. No class week of 3/3. Massage Therapy Put your stress in our hands! Receive personal benefits from a professional Certified Massage Therapist with three hours of massage. You receive a total of three hours of massage time to be scheduled in full-hour or half-hour sessions. Once registration is processed, call 287-6464 between 10:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. on Monday through Friday to schedule all appointments. Cancellations must be made 24 hours in advance or massage time will be forfeited. Massage Room is located in the Wellness Center, Robins Center Room 111. M/W by appt. 2:00-6:30 PM John Jones T/TH by appt. 1:00-7:00 PM Ruth Kaufman W by appt. 7:00-10:00 PM Ruth Kaufman

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Lifeguard Training Instructor: Mike Coleman The American Red Cross (ARC) Lifeguarding program provides lifeguards with the skills and knowledge necessary to keep patrons of aquatic facilities safe in and around the water. This program includes a lifeguard training course with aquatic-specific first aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) training. It also offers a choice of environment specific lifeguarding modules and courses to meet the training needs of aquatic facility managers and their staff. ARC training makes learning fun and easy. Through classroom learning and handson practice, you’ll learn: surveillance skills to help you recognize and prevent injuries, rescue skills - in the water and on land, first aid training and professional rescuer CPR - to help you prepare for any emergency, and professional lifeguard responsibilities like interacting with the public and addressing uncooperative patrons. To be eligible for the Lifeguard Training course participants must be 15 years of age, be able to swim 500 yards unassisted, and be able to swim 20 yards and bring to the surface a 10 pound object from a depth of 10 feet unassisted. Participants earn American Red Cross Lifeguard Training and First Aid Certification (valid for 3 years) and CPR for the Professional Rescuer Certification (valid for 1 year). Fee includes textbook. Class Schedule: 2/22 1:00-3:00, 2/24 6:00-9:00, 2/26 6:00-9:00, 3/10 6:00-9:00, 3/12 6:00-9:00, 3/17 6:00-9:00, 3/23 1:00-4:00, 3/29 1:00-4:00, 4/5 1:00-4:00, 4/12 1:00-4:00 (Participants must attend all classes to earn certification. No refunds!)

Professional Rescuer CPR Instructor: Mike Coleman Participants learn how to care for adults, children and infants needing CPR, rescue breathing or choking rescue attention. This certification is often needed for lifeguards, camp counselors and those working in the medical field. Certification includes American Red Cross Professional Rescuer CPR (valid for 1 year). Fee does not include optional textbook. Swing Dance Workshop 101 Instructors: Mike & Betty Weeks / Just Dance Company This class is an introduction for new dancing couples or those who need a jump-start back into the “swing” of things! Learn the basics and lots of moves while dancing to various forms of music. This is a fun, social form of exercise. We teach to the level of the participants in the class and offer lots of individual attention. Couples preferred, but not required. No class 3/3. Swing Dance Workshop 201 Instructors: Mike & Betty Weeks / Just Dance Company This class introduces new moves and techniques to experienced dancers or couples who need a refresher course. Previous experience with swing is recommended, as the class is taught at an intermediate level. Plenty of instruction and individual attention is planned. Swing dancing is a fun way to exercise! Join us! Couples preferred, but not required. No class 3/3. Tai Chi Instructor: Jonathan Shear An introduction to taiji quan, China’s famous slow-moving, internal martial art. Students learn the basics of Wu Style, one of the five major styles of taiji. Enhanced strength, balance, coordination, internal power, and self-defense capability are the natural effects of this relaxed, enjoyable practice designed to be useful for everyone, from couch potato to professional athlete. No class 3/7. Tang Soo Do Instructor: Geoff Goddu Learn to defend yourself while staying fit and having fun! Improve your flexibility, coordination, concentration, and stamina. Classes are a dynamic blend of Tang Soo Do, Jujitsu and Aikido. Learn a variety of hand and foot techniques as well as non-damaging self-defense techniques. No prior experience necessary. Wear loose clothing. No class 3/4 and 3/6.

Orienteering Instructors: Military Science and Leadership Staff Learn basic land navigation and outdoor orienteering skills using a map, compass, and environmental awareness for fun and fitness. Class is held on the University of Richmond campus outdoors, and is designed for students to learn the basics through skills instruction and hands-on training. All required equipment is provided during the class at no cost. Minimum age is 18.

Tennis Instructor: Kevin Navin Beginning Adult Players learn the basic fundamentals of scoring, forehand and backhand ground strokes and volley, serve, return and overhead shots. Instructor uses a combination of drills and match / point play to reinforce skills and concepts. No experience necessary! Intermediate Adult During this class, players work on control and directional hitting, rallying, and basic singles and doubles strategy. In addition, players begin to learn different spins (topspin and slice) as well as placement and strategy of serves. Instructor uses a combination of drills

Power Yoga Instructor: Pam McGeorge This class is designed for athletes or those desiring a more challenging style of yoga. Emphasis is on mental and physical strength, stamina and flexibility. No beginners please. Be prepared to sweat! No class 3/3.

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FITNESS INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAMS NOTE: SEE CLASS DESCRIPTIONS FOR “NO CLASS” DATES! SESSION A

CRN 50413 50414 50415 50416 50417 50418 50419 50421 50420 50423 50424 50425 50426 50427 50430 50431 50432

DATES 1/14-4/17 1/16-2/20 1/13-4/16 1/14-4/17 2/3-4/14 1/15-2/26 1/14-4/17 1/13-4/16 1/15-4/18 1/20-4/14 2/17-3/31 2/17-3/31 1/24-4/18 1/14-4/17 1/14-4/15 1/16-4/17 1/16-4/17

DAYS T/TH TH M/W T/TH M W T/TH M/W W/F M M M F T/TH T TH TH

START 5:30 PM 5:15 PM 6:00 PM 7:00 AM 11:00 AM 1:00 PM 6:00 PM 5:15 PM 12:15 PM 12:15 PM 7:00 PM 8:00 PM 12:30 PM 7:00 PM 12:00 PM 12:00 PM 10:45 AM

END 6:30 PM 6:00 PM 7:00 PM 8:00 AM 12:00 PM 2:00 PM 7:00 PM 6:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:15 PM 8:00 PM 9:00 PM 1:30 PM 8:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 11:45 AM

COST $130 $48 $130 $130 $50 $45 $182 $130 $130 $108 $48 $48 $108 $182 $117 $117 $117

CRN # 50433 50434 50435 50437 50436 50422 50428 50429 50438

DATES 3/11-4/17 3/10-4/16 3/11-4/17 3/10-4/16 3/12-4/18 3/11-3/18 3/17-4/9 3/17-4/9 3/13-4/17

DAYS T/TH M/W T/TH M/W W/F T M/W M/W TH

START 5:30 PM 6:00 PM 7:00 AM 5:15 PM 12:15 PM 5:30 PM 5:30 PM 7:00 PM 5:15 PM

END 6:30 PM 7:00 PM 8:00 AM 6:00 PM 1:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 8:30 PM 6:00 PM

COST $60 $60 $60 $60 $60 $35 $96 $96 $54

Adult CPR

CRN 50439

DATES 1/19

DAYS Sun

START 12:00 PM

END 4:00 PM

COST* $25

Adult CPR

50440

2/16

Sun

12:00 PM

4:00 PM

$25

Adult CPR

50441

4/12

Sat

12:00 PM

4:00 PM

$25

CPR- Professional Rescuer

50442

3/17

Mon

6:00 PM

9:00 PM

$30

First Aid Basics & CPR

50443

3/16

Sun

12:00 PM

6:00 PM

$35

Fit to a Tee

50444

1/21-3/20

T/TH

1:15 PM

2:15 PM

$240

Lifeguard Training Review Course

50445

3/15-3/16

SEE COURSE DESCRIPTION

$50

Lifeguard Training

50446

2/22-4/12

SEE COURSE DESCRIPTION

$180

Massage Therapy

50447

1/14-4/17

T/TH W

1:00 PM 7:00 PM

7:00 PM 10:00 PM

$150

Massage Therapy

50448

1/13-4/16

M/W

2:00 PM

6:30 PM

$150

Your Personal Trainer

50451

1/23

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8:00 PM

$300

Aqua Aerobics Bands, Balls & Hand Weights Body Sculpting Cardio Sculpt Dancercise for Seniors Dancercise 101 Discover Your Strengths Low Impact Low Impact Power Yoga Swing Dance 101 Swing Dance 201 Tai Chi Tang Soo Do Yoga-Gentle Yoga-Continuing Yoga-Seniors

SESSION B (Mid-Semester Start Dates) Aqua Aerobics Body Sculpting Cardio Sculpt Low Impact Low Impact Orienteering Tennis-Beginning Tennis-Intermediate Yogalates

* SESSION C (Special Programs)

*Fees also apply to Students

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Fitness Instructional Programs (cont.) and match / point play to reinforce skills and concepts. Participants should already understand the basics of scoring, and possess fundamental skills in forehand and backhand ground strokes and volley, serve, return and overheads. The class is taught at an intermediate level. Yoga-Continuing Instructor: Lynda Hoffarth This course is designed for students interested in expanding their knowledge about other aspects of Yoga and deepening their practice. Body, breath awareness, voluntary attention focus and concentration exercises help students gain more control over the mind and body. Periodically, asanas (postures) are linked through a Vinyasa or flow to create heat in the body. More attention is put on correct alignment. Students also learn how the body responds to stress and how awareness can be trained. No beginners please! No class 3/6. Yoga-Gentle Instructor: Lynda Hoffarth Gentle Yoga is a beginners level course designed for the student with limited or no knowledge of yoga, or the student who is not yet ready for a more challenging development of asanas (postures). The class begins with centering, followed by eye movements, forward and backward bends, spinal twists, balancing and inversions. Deep relaxation towards the end of the class ends with Pranayama (breath control). Modifications are given for those with a limited range of movement or flexibility. No class 3/4. Yoga for Seniors Instructor: Lynda Hoffarth There is no age limit to doing Yoga! It doesn’t matter how old, stiff or out of shape you are. Everyone benefits from exercising in a mindful, gentle

manner that will gradually strengthen and lengthen the muscles, realign the bones and increase the range of movement. Often the inappropriate use of the body is responsible for stiffness and lack of mobility. Yoga improves body mechanics, resulting in an improved ability to function during everyday activities. The use of chairs, blankets and other props offers the student a comfortable and gentle opportunity to explore the Yoga postures for the greatest personal benefit. The class is designed for ages 50 and older. No class 3/6 Yogalates Instructor: Lynda Hoffarth This course is a blending of Yoga and Pilates using the Swiss Balance Ball to align the body, build long, lean muscles, and develop core abdominal strength. The class integrates the mind and body connection with the use of breathing and relaxation techniques. Exercises are safe enough for those with chronic pain and intense enough for the seasoned athlete. The balance ball is a very pleasurable and relaxing stretching aid that helps prevent injuries while reviving tight, tired muscles. Your Personal Trainer Instructor: Lisa Stone Get a jump-start on your workout program with fitness professionals! Receive an individual fitness assessment, plus five hours of personal time with a certified personal trainer. An exercise physiologist facilitates the class, with outside help from certified personal trainers. Classes 1 and 2 are classroom and assessments by appointment, and the 5 personal training sessions are scheduled directly with your personal trainer. All activities take place on the University of Richmond campus.

➥ Class Schedules and Details

Food & Wine NEW CERTIFICATE PROGRAM The Office of Community and Professional Education is developing a culinary arts certificate curriculum for Fall 2003. If you would like to participate in the student or instructor focus groups, call Laura Carter at (804) 287-6331.

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Monday, March 31 6:00 - 9:00 p.m. Fee: $54 CEUs: 0.3 CRN: 50368

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Mondays, April 7 & 14 6:00 - 9:00 p.m. Fee: $65 CEUs: 0.6 CRN: 50348

Instructor: Martin Gravely, chef Everything delicious from Eggs Benedict to omelets and crepes will be covered in this delicious evening of fun and food. Light samplings provided.

Chef’s Skills Instructor: Martin Gravely, chef

Join Chef Martin for a two night primer of fine cooking. A wide range of topics including knife skills, understanding ingredients, kitchen equipment, sanitation, recipe creation, and classic cooking techniques will be explored. This course is designed to be beneficial for novice and advanced cooks.

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Mondays, March 10, 17 & 24 6:00 - 9:00 p.m. Fee: $159 CEUs: 0.9 CRN: 50455

Great Chefs Class

Wednesdays, March 12, 19 & 26 6:30 - 9:00 p.m. Fee: $115 CEUs: 0.7 CRN: 50330

Kitchen Design

Tuesday, March 11 6:00 - 9:00 p.m. Fee: $54 CEUs: 0.3 CRN: 50367

Now That’s Italian!

Fridays, March 14, 21 & 28 6:30 - 8:30 p.m. Fee: $152 CEUs: 0.6 CRN: 50343

Wine for All Seasons

Each night of the class, one of three local chefs will delight you with samples as they take you behind the scenes! All three chefs own their restaurants. This class is held in a kitchen off-campus so there is plenty of room for you to observe from every angle. Chef Robert of the Fox Head Inn will dazzle you with his presentations and Chef Nancy from Café Mandolin will show you how to add flair to your meals and then Chef Andrew from Avenue 805 will share some of his tips and techniques for you to try at home. Class limited to 15 students. Three weeks.

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Instructors: Morris Gunn, C.K.D.; owner, Classic Kitchens of Virginia and Glenn Pruden, C.E.C., chef, University of Richmond Forget stocks and bonds…renovating your kitchen might be the best investment you can make in 2003. The instructors are experts in theory and practice. Listen to the trends in kitchen renovation and then watch the equipment in action. While Morris Gunn, C.K.D., offers advice on how to design a kitchen that works for the occasional cook to the gourmet chef, Chef Glenn, C.E.C., will demonstrate how to get the most from your appliances and equipment. At the end of the class, you can create an investment plan for your kitchen. Light food and wine samples. Three weeks.

Instructor: Martin Gravely, chef Back by popular demand! Come enjoy and explore the simple and wonderful essence of Italian cooking. Course emphasis will be on classic ingredients and cooking methods. Light samplings provided.

Instructor: Steve Fox, Wine Director, The Jefferson Hotel Do you know how to read a wine label? Do you know how wine is made? What makes a wine great instead of good? Are you comfortable pairing wine with food? This course covers all this plus buying, storing and serving wines. Sample five wines each evening. Students must be 21 years of age to enroll and attend course. Three weeks.

On Martin Gravely… “The class exceeded expectations. Martin prepared dishes that I won’t be afraid to do at home. He has great tips on presentation, too. Martin is extremely knowledgeable about food and incorporates a sense of humor. He is professional and a lot of fun.” — Suzanne Bailey

Martin Gravely Chef

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History Around the World: Spain

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Instructor: Kenneth Ostrand, Ph.D. After a multi-course meal of authentic recipes, speaker Ken Ostrand will take us across the centuries to explore Spain’s cultural heritage. Tracing her chronology as well as her architecture through famous and lesser-known monuments, Dr. Ostrand, who revisited Spain in October, will show us a Spain vastly different than the one presented in school books!

Civil War in Virginia: Lee Triumphant, 1862-1863 Instructor: John W. Mountcastle, Ph.D., Retired Brigadier General, U.S. Army After turning back a Union assault upon Richmond in July 1862, General Robert E. Lee led his Army of Northern Virginia through a series of battles during the next year without suffering defeat. The course explores Lee’s generalship and the impact of the Civil War upon Virginians, their allies and their adversaries. A variety of materials will be supplied by the instructor. The class visits key Virginia battlefields during a Saturday field trip. Four weeks and one Saturday for bus trip.

Coat of Arms Instructor: Walter Green, Ph.D. A beginner’s look at the science and history of heraldry, the use of coats of arms to identify families and individuals, and the place of heraldry in our history and today’s world. One class.

Heraldry

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Instructor: Walter Green, Ph.D. When you see a shield on a set of china, a signet ring, a building, or in a European cathedral, the fundamentals of heraldry will help you understand the history and traditions involved in a coat of arms. You will learn the fundamentals of blazon; an understanding of tinctures, metals, and furs; ordinaries and sub ordinaries and their use; human, animal, and inanimate charges; marks of cadency; differencing of arms; quartering; and augmentations. At the end of the course, you will be able to draw a rendition of a coat of arms from the description in a blazon, and blazon a coat from a tricked or hatched drawing. The concentration in the course will be on English and Scottish heraldic practice. Five weeks.

History of Ideas Instructor: Dan Roberts, Ph.D., UR History Professor and host of “A Moment in Time,” on public radio stations around the world. What a perfect time of the year for an on-line class. This winter, make yourself a cup of tea, find your favorite blanket and curl up in front of your computer and discuss the ideas that have shaped our world from the comfort of your home! Join Dr. Roberts as he leads weekly discussions of intellectual development within the western tradition. This class offers a mix of conventional classroom time and online discussion time during the week. Topics range from Greek philosophy to the writings of John Stuart Mill. The suggested text is Sources of the Western Tradition by Marvin Perry. Class meets on campus on Friday, January 10 from 6:30 - 9:40 pm and Saturday, February 22 from 9:00 am - 2:30 pm. In addition, there is an on-line threaded discussion during the week.

Mummies

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Instructor: Kenneth Ostrand, Ph.D. They ran one of the first and largest empires the world had seen, constructed tombs millions still flock to see, and survived (in part) more than 3,000 years! Meet Egypt’s Royal Mummies! Using slides, we’ll ‘visit’ the Valley of the Kings and trace the events that led up to the survival of these famous mummies. Then, using primary source documents, we’ll rediscover them in two caches and elsewhere, and look at the mummies themselves, including Ramses the Great and King Tut. Along the way we’ll investigate the reasons for mummification and explore some of the lesser-known mummies that have survived the centuries. Our guide for the evening is Ken Ostrand, former college professor and nationally known mummy specialist. He’ll lead us into this fascinating and sometimes bizarre world where belief and science meet!

Monday, February 24 6:30 - 9:00 p.m. Fee: $49 CEUs: 0.2 CRN: 50372

Mondays, March 10, 17, 24 & 31 and Saturday, April 5 7:00 - 9:00 p.m. Fee: $109 CEUs: 1.6 CRN: 50304

Monday, February 3 7:00 - 9:00 p.m. Fee: $19 CEUs: 0.2 CRN: 50369 Mondays, February 17 - March 24 (omit March 3) 7:00 - 9:00 p.m. Fee: $79 CEUs: 1.0 CRN: 50296

Friday, January 10 and Saturday, February 22 and on-line discussions SEE DESCRIPTION Fee: $149 CEUs: 3.0 CRN: 50456

Tuesday, February 25 6:00 - 8:30 p.m. Fee: $30 CEUs: 0.2 CRN: 50371

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Tours & Travel

Tours & Travel International Horizons has been providing educational overseas travel opportunities since 1987. In keeping with its mission of offering affordable tours, International Horizons also collaborates with colleges and universities in providing domestic programs designed to enhance the actual tour or stand alone as an informative session. All trips and seminars are designed for people with no special educational level. Every trip is led by a specialist in the area to be visited. Each trip strives to highlight a variety of interests such as history, archaeology, architecture, local culture, flora and fauna and behind-the-scenes treasures. Particular efforts are extended to provide local dining experiences, city walking tours, credible shops and markets, quaint lodging and area specialties. Additionally, each leader has an intimate knowledge of the area and can advise the traveler in particular areas of interest. International Horizons boasts a loyal following, with many participants traveling with them year after year. In fact, International Horizons’ repeat traveler percentage has been over 50 percent for the last twelve years. Prices listed are subject to change. Maximum enrollment for all trips is 25. For itineraries or to register for a trip, call International Horizons directly at (877) IH TOURS (448-6877) or e-mail ih@internationalhorizons.com.

TUSCANY March 14 - 22, 2003. A continuation of our Italy-in-depth series! Florence, Pisa, Tuscan Hilltowns, San Gimignano, Volterra and Siena! We’ll ‘work’ during the mornings, savor the afternoons and dine well in the evenings. In between are splendid hotels, ancient ruins and meals you’ll long remember. We’ll avoid the summer’s heat and the peak of the tourist season. $2,650.

EASTERN EUROPE: Prague, Vienna and Budapest August 12-22, 2003. 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 provide enough free time to be your own tour guide! If Austria, Hungary and the Czech Republic are for you, then get more details! $2,795.

SUNNY PROVENCE: The South of France July 6-15, 2003. Join Professor Ken Orosz to one of Europe’s favorite destinations! With an insider’s view, you’ll stay at personalized hotels, eat unique meals, and see sites ranging from ancient ruins to Impressionist haunts. Experience why our Provence trip to southern France always draws rave reviews! $2,990.

MOTHER RUSSIA: Warts and All! July 18-28, 2003. We will visit two of the world’s great cities, St. Petersburg and Moscow, with other neat places we’ve discovered on previous trips! From the ancient origins of Russia to her czarist palaces, collections, churches and gardens, you’ll be amazed and pleased with all this part of Europe has to offer! $2,995.

GREEK ISLES: Athens & Islands September 26-Oct. 7, 2003. We’ve chosen five of the best and most idyllic isles (although often overlooked): Crete, Thera, Mykonos, Delos and Rhodes. We’ve combined cruises with airplanes to use our time efficiently, and chosen memorable hotels, sites and meals just after the peak of the tourist season. $3,150.

SPAIN: Conquistadores, Castles and More! Spring 2004. A visit to the Iberian Peninsula! Along with Madrid, we’ll combine some of Spain’s lesserknown places with her ancient heritage. $2,990.

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The following courses are offered by the Office of Community and Professional Education.

Alaska Fly Fishing Seminar July 23 - 30 , 2003. Join instructor, Harry Robertson, for a five-day seminar at Alagnak Lodge to fish for Chum Salmon. Fly or spin fish with experienced guides and instructors from the lodge, located on the Alagnak River in the Bristol Bay area of Alaska. The trip originates in King Salmon, Alaska, easily accessed by scheduled flights from major U.S. airports. The seminar fee includes all instruction, room, all meals, guiding, and the cost of the roundtrip, float plane flight from King Salmon to the lodge and the return trip. All ages are encouraged to register. Anyone under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult. Cost: $2,785.00 Call 1-804-287-6517 to receive details on the special airfare and (804) 537-5036 to receive details of the seminar.

Enchanting Ireland Instructor: Jean Proffitt, tour leader; Elizabeth (Betty) Scott, Literature professor, lecturer Visit the “Emerald Isle’s” most interesting and legendary places. See the glorious emerald landscapes and spectacular rocky coastlines; kiss the Blarney Stone and shop at the Waterford Crystal factory. Visit the tiny seaside village of Cobh (Cove) where hundreds of thousands of Irish citizens (perhaps a relative?) set sail for the new world. Most of us have dreamed of visiting Ireland. Let this be your dream come true. The tour will be led by Jean Proffitt, and Elizabeth (Betty) Scott, professor of Literature and Humanities. Professor Scott has been named the Distinguished Faculty member twice in her tenure at the University of Richmond. Fall 2003. For tour information, call Jean Proffitt at (804) 282-7205.

The Art and Romance of Italy

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Instructor: Jean Proffitt, tour leader; and Debra Hanson, art historian, lecturer It’s back, our most popular destination! Join us for a travel adventure to the most incredible, most unforgettable and most romantic place in the world. From Venice to Rome and many places in between, the marvels of this ancient country come to life with its art, architecture, museums, and ruins. Enrollment is limited and on a first come, first served basis.For tour information, call Jean Proffitt at (804) 282-7205.

May 7 - 19, 2003 CEUs: 4.0 CRN: 50314

Now That’s Italian, Food/Wine Section, taught by Chef Martin Gravely Italian for Beginners, Language Section, taught by Michele Costantini

GO ITALIAN!!

Italian for Beginners – Part II, Language Section, taught by Michele Costantini Italy, Tours and Travel Section, led by Jean Proffitt and Debra Hanson

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Courses by Day of the Week

COURSES BY DAY OF THE WEEK MONDAYS American Sign Language Brunch is Served Chef’s Skills Coat of Arms Flash I Great Chefs Class Heraldry Photoshop I Photoshop II Word for Beginners

MONDAS & WEDNESDAYS CyberSeniors IV – More Word Processing CyberSeniors V – Adobe Elements Fundamentals of Investing Word – Advanced Levels

MONDAYS & SATURDAYS Civil War in Virginia: Lee Triumphant, 1862-1863

TUESDAYS After Heaven: Spirituality for the 21st Century Amateur Coaching Cut Flower Care and Handling

Dare to Draw Films from 1962 Flash I Men and Women are from Different Playgrounds Mummies Now That’s Italian! Photography for Beginners Plot Your Novel Powerpoint for Beginners Screenwriting for Beginners Start Your Novel The Story Time Management XHTML I

TUESDAYS & SATURDAYS Basic Home Landscape Design

WEDNESDAYS Back to Black™ CEBS III: Retirement Plans Conversational Italian Dreamweaver I Dreamweaver II Italian for Beginners Kitchen Design Mosaic Tiles New Concepts in Public Landscaping Oriental Rugs: Living with Art on the Floor Watercolors: Making the Brush Behave

TUESDAYS & THURSDAYS Basic Mediation Observation CyberSeniors IV – More Word Processing CyberSeniors V – Adobe Elements Family Mediation Observation Word – Intermediate

TUESDAYS & THURSDAYS & SATURDAYS Basic Mediation Skills Family Mediation Skills

Spend Smart™ Tile Painting Using XML and XSL

THURSDAYS Configuring a Web Server Excel for Beginners Fly Fishing in Virginia French: Intermediate Level JavaScript I JavaScript II Plant Installation and Maintenance Project Management for IT Professionals Spanish for Beginners Spanish: Intermediate Level

FRIDAYS Basic Botanical Illustration Wine for All Seasons

FRIDAYS & SATURDAYS History of Ideas

SATURDAYS Art Exploration for Adults Art Exploration for Children Becoming a Friend of the Internet Botany for Beginners Screening for Domestic Violence Watercolor for a Day Web Page Design

Next issue is mailed in March! Registration begins March 17, 2003

Pagemaker 7.0 Biography: Charlotte Bronte The Write Balance Italian: Intermediate Level Italian Wines Packing Light and Easy Europe on Your Own

Fishing What you should know about your 401(k) All about Seafood Og Mandino’s Success Systemtm Kindermusik Things Chinese (a creative writing program)

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Perspectives… On Mediation… “ The introduction to the process was well organized and the flow of the class went well. Instructors were knowledgeable, approachable, did great job of bringing the whole process together.” — Amy Goodman

On Kevin Creamer… “ Kevin has a very enjoyable style of presentation and knows his material. The material was well paced and easy to take in during the allotted time. Kevin’s presentation style is easy and welcoming—a great combination to create a comfortable environment in which to learn.” — Mary Moyer

Professional Development Courses

Dean Starke, Student


Career Enhancement

CAREER ENHANCEMENT Tuesday, March 25 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Fee: $136 CEUs: 0.7 CRN: 50454

Men and Women are from Different Playgrounds

Tuesday, February 4 6:30 - 9:00 p.m. Fee: $40 CEUs: 0.3 CRN: 50362

Time Management

New

Instructor: Gloria Thomas, president, Wizard Workforce Development Inc. Girls and boys typically play very different games. Then they grow up to communicate quite differently. This, plus other gender differences, can create tension in the workplace. Join us in taking a fun and informative look at how men and women tend to communicate and what each gender can learn from the other. Better communication between men and women inevitably will lead to improved morale and productivity for any organization. Lunch included. One class.

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Instructor: Debbie Bowie, M.A., M.S. Are you struggling to “keep your head above water”? Would you like to use your time more efficiently and effectively? Are you balancing work, home, school and family responsibilities? This evening, Debbie will provide you with plenty of tips and techniques to apply to your busy lifestyle. One class.

Coming in Spring 2003 Becoming the Greatest You Do you know how you would score if you could measure the following personal characteristics: Initiative, Self Confidence, Handling Rejection, Practical Thinking and Handling Stress? Is there any way for you to increase your capacity in any of these areas? The Og Mandino’s Success System™ is based on the powerful principles of the #1 best selling self-help book of all time, The Greatest Salesman in the World, by Og Mandino. The individual keys to master each of the ten principles taught in the book are accurately measured, then covered in this highly interactive seminar. Becoming the Greatest You, one of the Success System™ seminars, incorporates an integrated learning process that can generate immediate focus, clarity, motivation and application to every area of your work and life. This is the seminar participants across the country are calling “life-changing,” “extremely motivating“ and “inspirational.”

Topics include: making and keeping commitments, establishing new, meaningful goals; understanding your own potential, increasing personal value, focusing on results, persisting until you succeed, harnessing your emotions in a positive way, and much more. Prior to the seminar, each participant will take the Og Mandino Personal Success Assessment™, which is based on The Harman Values Assessment, with 50 years of scientific validation. The assessment is extremely accurate and will give you details on your current levels of focus and clarity in the personal characteristics essential for success in any field. Through this you will know the areas to concentrate your efforts to develop more focus, clarity and ultimately, motivation.

Participants will receive: A full-day of experience-based instruction in the classroom The Og Mandino Personal Success Assessment™ Gift edition of the best-selling book, The Greatest Salesman in the World Participant manual CD set that includes Og’s narration of the Scrolls

Mark Your Calendar: The workshop will be taught on May 8, 2003, by trained and certified facilitator Gloria Thomas, president of Wizard Workforce Development Inc.

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Computer Skills

PROFESSIONAL COMPUTER SKILLS Configuring a Web Server

New

Thursdays, February 6 - March 27 (omit March 6) 6:00 - 7:30 p.m. Fee: $97 CEUs: 1.0 CRN: 50294

New

Wednesdays, January 15 - February 26 5:00 - 6:30 p.m. Fee: $97 CEUs: 1.0 CRN: 50291

Instructor: John Dickerson This course will teach you about setting up and running your own Web server. You will learn how Web servers work and the basics regarding internet security. If you are running your server at home or work, this class will get you started. Seven weeks.

Dreamweaver I

Instructor: Shirley Hoerter, M.Ed. Using Macromedia’s Dreamweaver software, you will learn how to plan and design your Web site, how to link, use images and image maps, tables and put files on a server. Students should be familiar with HTML to enroll. Seven weeks.

Dreamweaver II

New

Instructor: Shirley Hoerter, M.Ed. Templates and libraries, frames, forms, layers, behaviors…all these words will be a part of your computer vocabulary when you enroll in this second-level Dreamweaver course. If you have taken a beginning level Dreamweaver class, join Shirley for this intensive, seven-week class.

EXCEL for Beginners

New

Instructor: Pam Holley, M.Ed. EXCEL is a spreadsheet system to help you organize and track information. It can add, subtract, multiply and divide for you, as well as produce charts and graphs for presentations. Lunch and course manual included. One class.

Flash I

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Instructor: Shirley Hoerter, M.Ed. Macromedia’s Flash can animate your Web pages. In this class, you’ll create simple vector graphics and animations and add them to your Web site. You’ll create forms, make buttons interactive and work with audio and visual materials. Seven weeks.

JavaScript I Instructor: Shirley Hoerter, M.Ed. Join Shirley after work for the next eight weeks and you will learn several techniques that will add pizzazz and variety to your Web page. You will learn how to change an icon when a mouse hovers over it, how to display messages on status bars, add sound to a Web page, and add custom objects. Familiarity with HTML is required. Seven weeks.

JavaScript II

New

Instructor: Shirley Hoerter, M.Ed. If you’ve enjoyed animated Flash e-mail attachments and always wanted to know how to create them, here’s your chance! You will learn how to use bitmaps, create animation, add buttons and load movies. Seven weeks.

Wednesdays, March 12 - April 23 5:00 - 6:30 p.m. Fee: $97 CEUs: 1.0 CRN: 50299

Thursday, February 20 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Fee: $99 CEUs: 0.8 CRN: 50068

Tuesdays, March 11 - April 22 5:00 - 6:30 p.m. Fee: $97 CEUs: 1.0 CRN: 50298

Thursdays, January 16 - February 27 5:00 - 6:30 p.m. Fee: $97 CEUs: 1.0 CRN: 50292

Thursdays, March 13 - April 24 5:00 - 6:30 p.m. Fee: $97 CEUs: 1.0 CRN: 50300

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Computer Skills

Tuesday, February 18 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Fee: $99 CEUs: 0.8 CRN: 50065

POWERPOINT for Beginners

Thursdays, February 6 - March 27 (omit March 6) 8:00 - 9:30 p.m. Fee: $97 CEUs: 1.0 CRN: 50295

Using XML and XSL

Saturday, March 22 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. Fee: $40 CEUs: 0.4 CRN: 50361

Web Page Design

Monday, February 17 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Fee: $99 CEUs: 0.8 CRN: 50061

WORD for Beginners

Tuesdays, January 14 - February 25 5:00 - 6:30 p.m. Fee: $97 CEUs: 1.0 CRN: 50290

XHTML I

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Instructor: Pam Holley, M.Ed. If you want to make presentations that people remember, this one-day workshop covers the basics of PowerPoint. Learn how to import your company logo, family photos and clip art to make your next presentation both personal and professional. Lunch and course manual included. One class.

New

Instructor: John Dickerson If you need to know the basics of XML and how to use XSL (eXtensible Style Sheets) to display your data in web applications, join John as he methodically takes you through this process. Seven weeks.

Instructor: Igor Farkas, Ph.D. In this class, you will learn how to incorporate text, graphics, sound, video nested links and references to other Web sites into your Web page. After just four hours, you’ll have a familiarity with HTML and return to work or home with some creative ideas. Prerequisite: a working knowledge of a Web browser, MS Word or any ASCII text editor. One class.

New

Instructor: Pam Holley, M.Ed. If you have a computer and you know how to do a few things really well, but want to expand your knowledge, this is the perfect place to start. Lunch and course manual included. One class.

New

Instructor: Shirley Hoerter, M.Ed. Do you want to design a Web page? In this class, you will learn introductory design techniques and concepts by combining the features of HTML and XML. Eight weeks.

On Pam Holley… “Great one-day course. I knew the subject matter but didn’t know the finer points. I learned everything necessary to improve my presentation [in PowerPoint].” — Philip Licking

“ This is just the beginning for me. It has opened up a whole new world of learning and more. Pam makes learning about the computer fun and interesting, and leaves you wanting more! She encourages questions and discussion in a non-threatening environment.” — Kay F. Adams

Project Management for IT Professionals Who Should Enroll: First and Second Level Supervisors and Managers What You Will Learn: Importance of Creativity in Software Development, Phrasing Requirements, Problem Solving Techniques, How to Develop and Test, Consumer and Producer Behaviors Prerequisite: Some experience with software development, deployment or implementation Course Description: Are you responsible for developing internal or client software for your company? Would you like to better understand consumer behavior in order to develop processes and write software that appeals to your clients? Did you know that Thursdays have proven to be the best days for human brainstorming activity? This Thursday course will stimulate your creativity and allow you to return to work with specific, analytical and practical specifications for managing projects in the field of technology. Four weeks. The Details: Thursdays, February 6, 13, 20 & 27, 3:00 - 6:00 p.m. Fee: $240 CRN: 50457 22

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Professional Certification •CEBS

PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATION THE CERTIFIED EMPLOYEE BENEFIT SPECIALIST (CEBS) PROGRAM The School of Continuing Studies is pleased to offer the Certified Employee Benefit Specialist Program. This 10-course curriculum, cosponsored by the International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans and the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, covers the legal, financial and organizational framework within which employee benefit plans function. Emphasis is placed on the principles underlying the design and operation of employee benefit plans. A thorough comprehension of these principles is essential to an understanding of current employee benefit practices. A CEBS Catalog of Information is available directly from the CEBS Program, International Foundation of Employee Benefits Plans, P.O. Box 1270, Brookfield, WI 53008-1270; telephone: (262) 786-6710, ext. 8579; or fax on demand at 888-217-5960 and request item number 80101; or e-mail: cebs@ifebp.org. The School of Continuing Studies offers the coursework towards this designation program.

Wednesdays, January 29 - April 9 (omit March 5) 5:30 - 8:30 p.m. Fee: $284 CEUs: 3.0 CRN: 50315

CEBS III: Retirement Plans Instructor: Sean Pepe, CEBS Would you like to know more about the aspects of Social Security and Medicare? Would you like to better understand the intricacies of actuarial tables, hybrid plans, early retirement incentives and special retirement plans for executives? This is a great way to investigate the details of Retirement Plans. Order workbook and textbook directly from IFEBP at www.ifebp.org. Ten weeks.

The Center for Nonprofit Organizations Whether it is the annual “tune up” meeting or a full-scale effort to focus and get better, we can help. Special consulting services are available to nonprofit organizations, educational organizations, agencies and others who seek a renewed vision and organizational agenda. Do you need assistance with • Creating a road map? • Renewing the team? • Facilitating the management team meeting? • Coaching key managers and key players? • Planning and facilitating board retreats? • Clarifying roles and expectations? Please contact Dick Dunsing, Associate Professor of Organization Development, Emeritus, School of Continuing Studies, University of Richmond, at (804) 289-8015 or rdunsing@richmond.edu.

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Professional Certification • Information Technology

PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATION INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY CERTIFICATION PREPARATION The School of Continuing Studies and I/Tech Services are pleased to offer the following certification preparation courses: The MCSE curriculum includes the following: • 2151 – MS Windows 2000 Network and Operating System Essentials ($798) • 2152 –Supporting MS Windows 2000 Professional and Server ($1,166) • 2126 – Managing MS Windows 2000 Network Environment ($1,166) • 2153 – Supporting a Network Infrastructure Using MS Windows 2000 ($1,166) • 2154 – Implementing and Administering MS Windows 2000 Directory Services ($1,166) • 1561 –Designing MS Windows 2000 Directory Services Infrastructure ($698) • 2010 – Designing MS Windows 2000 Migration Strategy ($466)

The MCSA curriculum (a subset of MCSE) includes the following: • 2151 – MS Windows 2000 Network and Operating System Essentials ($774) • 2152 – Supporting MS Windows 2000 Professional and Server ($1,097) • 2126 – Managing MS Windows 2000 Network Environment ($1,097) • 2153 –Supporting a Network Infrastructure Using MS Windows 2000 ($1,097)

The CompTIA A+ curriculum includes the following: • Introduction to PC Hardware ($499) • PC Repair and Troubleshooting ($899) • PC Operating Systems ($899)

The Net + curriculum includes the following:

Information sessions are held regularly on the University of Richmond campus. To register for a session or for additional information, call Suzanne Shell at (804) 287-6897 or sshell@richmond.edu.

• Networking Fundamentals ($1,349)

The CISSP curriculum includes the following: • Security Management Practices • Access Control Systems & Methodology • Law, Investigation & Ethics • Physical Security • Business Continuity & Disaster Recovery Planning • Security Architecture and Models • Cryptography • Telecommunication & Network Security • Applications & Systems Development • Operations Security

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Fast Track to CISSP, the industry’s most recognized security certification program, provides a comprehensive prospectus based upon the core principle concepts of security. The curriculum utilizes lectures and case studies and discusses the ten core Common Body of Knowledge subject areas fundamental to the understanding of security in a context. This intensive, five-day class not only provides an excellent foundation of security but also prepares CIOs, managers and engineers for the CISSP certification exam. The tuition is $2,495.


Professional Certification • Mediation

PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATION MEDIATION Mediation Program Open House January 30, 2003 • 7:00 - 9:00 pm Are you thinking about mediation as a career or have you wondered how these courses could help you in your current profession? On Thursday, January 30, several mediation instructors and former mediation students will be available to discuss how this intensive training program could enhance your current career. There is no cost to attend. RSVP to Anna Kay Travis, Registration Coordinator, (804) 287-6676.

Basic Mediation Skills Instructors: Carol McCue, Dispute Resolution Program Director of the Richmond Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court & Nancy Siford, Certified Mediator and Consultant This course will introduce you to the components of conflict resolution, an invaluable tool in all aspects of our lives: families, work, school, sports and law. You will participate in role plays, gain hands-on experience from trained mediators, practice writing agreements, and discuss mediation history, theory, bias and legislation. The communication skills you gain in this course will be beneficial to every aspect of your life. Four evenings and one full day on Saturday, February 8.

Basic Mediation Observation Instructors: Cathi Moore, LCSW, Mutual Gain, Inc., and Michael Rawlings, Attorney and Certified Mediator, Rawlings Consulting During this eight-hour course, you will observe, analyze and critique two general mediations, as well as examine and develop self-assessment tools and procedures. This course is designed to meet the Supreme Court observation requirements for certification in general mediation. Prerequisite: Basic Mediation Skills. Two classes.

Family Mediation Skills Instructors: Carol McCue, Dispute Resolution Program Director of the Richmond Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court & Nancy Siford, Certified Mediator and Consultant This course will build upon the skills, knowledge and theories you learned in Basic Mediation Skills. We will focus on the specific information, ethical considerations and techniques necessary to mediate family and domestic disputes. Through role-play, group exercises and lectures, you will learn how to mediate disputes involving custody, visitation and child support issues, separation and divorce. You will learn to screen potential cases to determine whether mediation is appropriate. This course is included in the requirements for certification as a family mediator by the Supreme Court of Virginia. Four evenings and one full day on Saturday, March 8.

Family Mediation Observation Instructors: Cathi Moore, LCSW, Mutual Gain, Inc., and Michael Rawlings, Attorney and Certified Mediator, Rawlings Consulting During this eight-hour course, you will observe, analyze and critique two general mediations, as well as examine and develop self-assessment tools and procedures. This course is designed to meet the Supreme Court observation requirements for certification in general mediation. Prerequisite: Basic Mediation Skills and Family Mediation Skills. Two classes.

Tuesdays and Thursdays February 4, 6, 11 & 13 6:00 - 9:30 p.m. and Saturday, February 8 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Fee: $333 CEUs: 2.1 CRN: 50317

Tuesday and Thursday, February 25 & 27 6:00 - 10:00 p.m. Fee: $166 CEUs: 0.8 CRN: 50324

Tuesdays and Thursdays, March 4, 6, 11 & 13 6:00 to 9:30 p.m. and Saturday, March 8 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Fee: $333 CEUs: 2.1 CRN: 50288

Tuesday and Thursday March 25 & 27 6:00 - 10:00 p.m. Fee: $166 CEUs: 0.8 CRN: 50326

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Professional Certification • Mediation

Saturday, March 29 8:30 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. Fee: $169 CEUs: 0.8 CRN: 50327

Screening for Domestic Violence Instructor: Nancy Siford You will explore the definition and dynamics of domestic violence and methods for screening potential mediation clients through a variety of learning styles, including lectures, group discussions, role plays, videos, visual aids and questioning techniques for feedback. You will also learn risk assessment and safety planning for clients experiencing domestic violence. This course is included in the requirements for certification as a family mediator by the Supreme Court of Virginia. Persons seeking Supreme Court certification must attend entire course. Lunch included. Prerequisite: Family Mediation Skills.

The University of Richmond School of Continuing Studies is offering Supreme Court of Virginia-approved mediation training courses. The courses feature the team-teaching approach so that students gain a wider training perspective. Individuals seeking mediation certification may contact the Supreme Court of Virginia, Department of Dispute Resolution Services, at (804) 786-6455, to obtain the necessary certification application package. Mediation certification requires observations and comediations in addition to the course work. Some mediation courses require accomplishments of certain skills to meet training criteria. MCLE credit for attorneys is available for most courses. Contact the School of Continuing Studies at (804) 289-8133 for more information.

On Mediation… “Prior to selling my business in July of 1999, I knew I wanted one final career before retiring completely. Extensive research led to the field of mediation and the School of Continuing Studies. Upon completion of the classes and working under several mentors (both of whom had been instructors in the program), I received Virginia Supreme Court certification in August of 2000. Based on discussions with peers, court administrators and judges and attending professional conferences, there is no question that the University of Richmond School of Continuing Studies has the best program in the state. In addition, the mediators who teach in the program are the most professional and highly regarded in the community.” — Bud Schoolar, S.T. Schoolar & Associates, Inc.

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Professional Certification • Institute on Philanthropy

PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATION INSTITUTE

ON

PHILANTHROPY

The following courses are offered in Winter 2003. Each of the six new program tracks is named in honor of an Institute on Philanthropy advisory board member. Three of the six courses are offered in 2003. Each track culminates with a six-hour case study, so participation in all six courses is recommended, but not necessary. These program tracks will not be offered again until Winter 2005. In 2004, the Hamilton, Lankford and Fessler tracks will be offered. In addition to the final course, a case study, the five courses in each track are listed below. In a spring ceremony, a certificate will be awarded to all who complete any of the three program tracks. For a full program brochure, contact the Office of Community and Professional Education at 289-8020.

The Booker Track Who should enroll: If you are a CEO or serve as a board member for a charitable organization 50336 50340 50345 50347 50352 50355

Forming the Basic Charter Trustee/Director Responsibilities Staff/Management Issues Business of Charitable Organizations Tax/Legislative Matters Case Study (8:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.)

Feb 11 & 18 Feb 25 & Mar 11 Mar 18 & 25 April 1 & 8 April 15 & 22 May 6

$109 $109 $139 $139 $159 $159

All courses on Tuesday mornings from 8:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m., unless otherwise noted

Scholarship money for Philanthropy classes is available to those who qualify. For application information, contact Pamela Johnson, Director of the Office of Community and Professional Education, at pjohnson@richmond.edu or (804) 287-6517.

The Dowdy Track Who should enroll: Fund raising and development professionals 50334 50338 50342 50346 50351 50356

Introduction Planned Gift Marketing Program Management Tax Issues and Marketing II Financial, Estate and Gift Planning Case Study (12:00 noon - 6:00 p.m.)

Feb 6 & 13 Feb 20 & 27 Mar 13 & 20 Mar 27 & April 3 April 10 & 17 May 8

$109 $109 $139 $139 $159 $159

All courses Thursday evenings from 6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m., unless otherwise noted

The Quigg Track Who should enroll: Fund raising and development professionals 50335 50339 50344 50350 50353 50354

Pre-campaign Planning Campaign Planning Campaign Implementation Campaign Wrap-up Special Challenges Case Study (12:00 noon - 6:00 p.m.)

Feb 10 & 17 Feb 24 and Mar 10 Mar 17 & 24 April 7 & 14 April 21 & 28 May 5

$109 $109 $139 $139 $159 $159

All courses Monday evenings from 6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m., unless otherwise noted. Maureen Neal, Student

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Courses By Month • About Noncredit Programs

COURSES BY MONTH JANUARY Basic Botanical Illustration CEBS III: Retirement Plans Dreamweaver I Spanish: Intermediate Level JavaScript I Plant Installation and Maintenance Plotting Your Novel Spanish: Intermediate Level XHTML

FEBRUARY Amateur Coaching American Sign Language Back to Black™ Basic Home Landscape Design Basic Mediation Observation Basic Mediation Skills Becoming a Friend of the Internet Botany for Beginners Coat of Arms Configuring a Web Server CyberSeniors IV – More Word Processing Dare to Draw Excel for Beginners Films from 1962 French: Intermediate Level

Fundamentals of Investing Heraldry Italian for Beginners Mosaic Tiles Mummies New Concepts in Public Landscaping Photography for Beginners Photoshop I Powerpoint for Beginners Project Management for IT Professionals Screenwriting for Beginners Spend Smart™ The Story Time Management Using XML and XSL Watercolor for a Day Watercolors: Making the Brush Behave Word for Beginners Word – Intermediate Level

MARCH After Heaven: Spirituality in the 21st Century Art Exploration for Adults Art Exploration for Children Brunch is Served

Civil War in Virginia: Lee Victorious: 1862-1863 Cut Flower Care and Handling CyberSeniors V – Adobe Elements Dreamweaver II Family Mediation Observation Family Mediation Skills Flash I Fly Fishing in Virginia Men and Women are from Different Playgrounds Great Chefs Class JavaScript II Kitchen Design Now That’s Italian! Oriental Rugs: Living with Art on the Floor Photoshop II Screening for Domestic Violence Start Your Novel The Art and Romance of Italy Web Page Design Wine for All Seasons Word – Advanced Level

APRIL Chef’s Skills Flash I Spanish for Beginners Tile Painting

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Q A ABOUT NONCREDIT PROGRAMS

As an employer or manager, what can noncredit programs do for my organization?

How can noncredit programs help me?

What are CEUs? How do they help me?

In our rapidly changing society and economy, the demands for change placed on adults have never been greater. We are expected to keep current in our professional skills while balancing the pressures of jobs and families. A noncredit course is a perfect way to begin balancing life’s challenges. The University of Richmond’s continuing education noncredit programs offer a diverse selection of courses designed to help develop or sharpen professional skills, augment family dynamics and enrich personal growth in an informal, noncompetitive environment. A noncredit course may help you ease your way back into school or test the water for further professional or personal development.

Most 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 noncredit 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, or 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.

It has never been more important for businesses to stay in touch with the evolution of today’s world. The technological and cultural growth of the Richmond community is an integral part of the global society. Noncredit programs benefit everyone. As an employer, the courses and workshops that train, refresh and enhance the job skills of the workforce may also improve morale. This can have a direct impact on the quality of work produced by your employees. Their interest in developing work skills and general knowledge will enrich your company or business and offer a basis for evaluating their growth potential and contributions. The University of Richmond’s noncredit programs offer a quality addition to the continuing education process.

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On Al Stratford… “[Financial Management was]…very good. If only we had taken this class when we were younger it would have changed many decisions we lightly made.” — Eileen Giles

“Absolutely fabulous—informative, clearly presented…intelligent, well spoken, not wordy, extremely passionate about the information.” — Mac Janney

On Susan Hankla… “I have really learned a lot about writing—techniques, strategies, creativity—and have received wonderful feedback and support from both the instructor and classmates. Susan offers wonderful constructive, insightful and motivating feedback that writers at any level can learn from.” — Heather Cook

“From the description in the bulletin to the exercises in class, this course inspired creativity and brought out the best in the participants. The instructor was very sensitive in criticizing the students’ work. She modeled the skill of listening to what the writer is trying to say.” — James Metz

Michael and Betty Anne Soffin, French Students

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EASY WAYS TO REGISTER

If you have ideas for noncredit courses or workshops, we invite you to share your ideas with our staff. Perhaps you are qualified to teach a special interest course or would like a specific subject taught for your personal enrichment or professional development. Share your ideas with us by fax at (804) 289-8138 or mail to the School of Continuing Studies, Office of Community and Professional Education, Special Programs Building, University of Richmond, VA 23173. Be sure to visit our Web site at www.richmond.edu.

Please register early! Class sizes are limited and registration is offered on a first-come, first-served basis. Course enrollment is reviewed at least one week in advance of the course start date in order to determine class status. Registration forms are available in this catalog or online at www.richmond.edu/academics/scs.

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SCHOOL OF CONTINUING STUDIES STAFF James L. Narduzzi, Ph.D., Dean Patricia Johnson Brown, Ed.D., Associate Dean Ned Swartz, Ed.D., Assistant Dean Jeanne Burkett, M.P.A., Director of Marketing Pamela B. Johnson, B.S., C.P.P., Director, Office of Community and Professional Education Sandra Kirkland, M.Ed., Director of Student Services Cheryl Callahan, Coordinator of Summer Programs Virginia Carlson, B.L.A., Assistant to the Dean and Director of External Relations Laura Carter, M.S., Program Coordinator, Office of Community and Professional Education Alyssa C. Coates, M.S.W., Student Advisor Paula Hyman, Receptionist David Kitchen, Ph.D., Director of Summer Programs Paul Peterson, M.B.A., Director of Administrative and Technical Services Kay Robertson, A.A.S., Administrative Assistant Suzanne Shell, B.S., Marketing Assistant, Office of Community and Professional Education Anna Kay Travis, Registration Coordinator, Office of Community and Professional Education Barbara Weisenberger, B.A., Operations Assistant Lois Willis, B.A.S. Customer Service Representative THINK AGAIN

Noncredit Courses of the Office of Community and Professional Education, School of Continuing Studies, Winter 2003 Edited and Produced by: School of Continuing Studies Office of Community and Professional Education University of Richmond, VA 23173 Candid photos of faculty, staff and students by: Doug Buerlein

1. Mail-In Complete the registration form and mail it with your payment to: School of Continuing Studies, Office of Community and Professional Education, Special Programs Building, University of Richmond, VA 23173. Checks should be made payable to the University of Richmond. 2. Walk-In Monday - Thursday, 8:30 a.m.-7:00 p.m. and Fridays from 8:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m. in the Special Programs Building on UR Drive. 3. Fax-In Complete the registration form, including credit card information, and fax to (804) 289-8138. The School of Continuing Studies does not release registration information to outside parties.

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. A participant who wishes a refund must make a request in writing at least eight days prior to the first class meeting. A 50% processing fee will be deducted from the refund. Refunds will not be issued one week (seven days) before the class start-up date or after the first class meeting. Please contact the school if you have any questions about a particular course or its content. The Office of Community and Professional Education reserves the right to remove any student who is disruptive in a class.

PARKING Free parking is available in visitor spaces and in all parking lots on weekends. The campus map on the inside back cover shows these parking areas. Parking passes will be mailed with confirmation materials to course participants.

CONTINUING EDUCATION UNITS

enrolled in a course. The CEU values are listed with each course description. Transcripts will be available through the Registrar’s office after the end of each semester.

CLASS LOCATION Most courses are held on the University of Richmond campus. However, some are held in local businesses or churches. Exact locations are sent to the participant in a confirmation letter before the course begins.

INCLEMENT WEATHER Please listen to WRVA (1140 AM) for closing news in the event of inclement weather, or call the University’s inclement weather hot line: (804) 289-8760. Please note that every effort will be made to hold classes.

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.

ACCREDITATION The University of Richmond is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, GA 30033-4097; telephone: 404-679-4501) to award the associate, baccalaureate, master and juris doctorate 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.

The Office of Community and Professional Education offers Continuing Education Units (CEUs) for most courses. The University Registrar’s office keeps a record of units earned by each participant

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 brochure, 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.

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Registration

WINTER 2002 • NON-CREDIT REGISTRATION FORM School of Continuing Studies • University of Richmond • Phone: 804/289-8133 • Fax: 804/289-8138 Register early! Class enrollment is limited and available on a first-come, first-served basis. SCS will notify you of course status one week prior to start of class. One registration form per person. This form may be duplicated. If you are using a gift certificate, deduct the value as a discount and attach certificate to this form. PLEASE USE BLUE OR BLACK INK. PRINT CLEARLY. Name _________________________________________________ Social Security Number __________________________ (one name per registration)

(required)

Address __________________________________________________________________________________________________ City _______________________________________

State ________ Zip ________________ ❒ Check if address is new

Telephone (day) ___________________________

(evening) ________________________________

Fax _______________________________________

Email ____________________________________

Date of Birth _______________ Are you a UR alumna/us? ______ Yr. of Graduation _______ Degree _____________ Sex: ❒ Male

❒ Female

Ethnic Group: (optional) 1 ❒ American Indian/Alaskan Native 2 ❒ Asian/Pacific Islander

3 ❒ Black Non-Hispanic 4 ❒ Caucasian

5 ❒ Hispanic 6 ❒ Multiracial

Please register me for the following School of Continuing Studies Noncredit program(s). I understand that I am entitled to a 25% discount on ONE class per semester if I am a UR alumna/us with a baccalaureate or advanced degree from the University. Alumni discount does not apply to travel programs. Course Name

Course Date

CRN #

Fee

Discount

2/4 - 2/13

50088

$105

SAMPLE: CyberSeniors IV

Payment MUST accompany this form.

Total

TOTAL DUE $__________

Method of payment: (Check, VISA or MasterCard accepted) ❒ Check enclosed (payable to University of Richmond, SCS) ❒ Please charge to my: ❒ VISA

Please refer to our Cancellation and Refund policy on page 30.

❒ MasterCard

Number _________________________________________________________________________________________________ Cardholder’s Name ____________________________________ Expiration Date _________________________________ Signature ______________________________________

Amount to be charged $ _______________________________

If you need special accommodations to attend a class, please notify the

Mail or fax your completed registration form to: School of Continuing Studies at (804) 289-8133 at least 15 days in advance. MAIL: School of Continuing Studies Office of Community and Professional Education University of Richmond, VA 23173

FAX: (804) 289-8138

www.richmond.edu/academics/scs

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Cultural Events at the University

C ULTURAL E VENTS

AT THE

U NIVERSITY

PEPLE LECTURE February 10, 2003 The 2003 Edward C. and Mary S. Peple Library Lectureship Dr. George Garrett, speaker Quigg Room, Jepson Alumni Center 7:30 p.m. Reception to follow in the Ukrop Gallery

MODLIN CENTER EVENTS Cirque Éloize: “Nomade”

Sanford Sylvan, baritone, with David Breitman, piano

Saturday, January 11, 2003, 2 pm & 7:30 pm Sunday, January 12, 2003, 3 pm Alice Jepson Theatre Combination of acrobatics, comedy, theater and dance Tickets: $28 adults, $26 seniors, $14 children, $22 faculty/staff, $5 UR students

Wednesday, February 19, 2003, 7:30 pm Camp Concert Hall American baritone Tickets: $26 adults, $24 seniors, $13 children, $22 faculty/staff, UR students FREE

Shanghai Quartet , with Gilbert Kalish, piano Wednesday, January 15, 2003, 7:30 pm Camp Concert Hall Tickets are required for this free event.

Rockapella Friday, January 17, 2003, 7:30 pm & 9:30 pm Camp Concert Hall, Booker Hall of Music A capella group with an infectious blend of soul, rock, R&B and jazz Tickets: $28 adults, $26 seniors, $14 children, $22 faculty/staff, $5 UR students

Los Cumbancheros

“Dancelebration” University Dancers Annual Spring Dance Concert Thursday, February 20, 2003, 7:30 pm Friday, February 21, 2003, 7:30 pm Saturday, February 22, 2003, 7:30 pm Sunday, February 23, 2003, 2 pm Alice Jepson Theatre A diverse program from ballet to jazz to modern dance Tickets: $8 adults, $7 seniors, non-UR students, UR faculty, staff &alumni, $3 UR students

Love Arm’d, Aphra Behn & Her Pen A Performance by Karen Eterovich

Tuesday, January 21, 2003, 6 pm & 8 pm Camp Concert Hall Afro-Cuban music Tickets are required for this free event.

Tuesday, February 25, 2003, 7:30 pm Alice Jepson Theatre Multi-media, one-woman show Tickets are required for this free event.

Tango Buenos Aires “The Golden Age of Tango”

Philadanco

Friday, January 24, 2003, 7:30 pm Saturday, January 25, 2003, 7:30 pm Alice Jepson Theatre Evolution of tango through dance and music Tickets: $28 adults, $26 seniors, $14 children, $22 faculty/staff, $5 UR students

Joan Myers Brown, artistic director Wednesday, March 12, 2003, 7:30 pm Thursday, March 13, 2003, 7:30 pm Alice Jepson Theatre Blend of African American-based dance with ballet, jazz and modern Tickets: $26 adults, $24 seniors, $13 children, $22 faculty/staff, $5 UR students

Twyla Tharp Dance Tuesday, January 28, 2003, 7:30 pm Carpenter Center for the Performing Arts Emmy-award winning choreographer and dancer Tickets: $28 adults, $26 seniors, $14 children, $22 faculty/staff, UR students FREE

Goodnight Desdemona (Good Morning Juliet) Written By Ann Marie MacDonald, Guest Directed By Rosemary Ingham Friday, January 31, 2003, 7:30 pm Thursday, February 6, 2003, 7:30 pm Saturday, February 1, 2003, 7:30 pm Friday, February 7, 2003, 7:30 pm Sunday, February 2, 2003, 2 pm Saturday, February 8, 2003, 7:30 pm Wednesday, February 5, 2003, 7:30 pm Cousins Studio Theatre Exuberant and highly original comedy Tickets: $8 adults, $7 seniors, non-UR students, UR faculty, staff &alumni, $3 UR students

For more information on Modlin Center events, please contact the Box Office at (804) 289-8980 or visit the Modlin Center Web site: www.richmond.edu/ cultural/modlinarts.

Jerry Gonzalez and the Fort Apache Band Monday, February 10, 2003, 7:30 pm Camp Concert Hall Afro-Caribbean jazz Tickets: $24 adults, $22 seniors, $12 children, $20 faculty/staff, $5 UR students

Shanghai Quartet with Sanford Sylvan, baritone Monday, February 17, 2003, 7:30 pm Camp Concert Hall Tickets are required for this free event.

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Cirque Éloize: “Nomade”


Registration

WINTER 2002 • NON-CREDIT REGISTRATION FORM School of Continuing Studies • University of Richmond • Phone: 804/289-8133 • Fax: 804/289-8138 Register early! Class enrollment is limited and available on a first-come, first-served basis. SCS will notify you of course status one week prior to start of class. One registration form per person. This form may be duplicated. If you are using a gift certificate, deduct the value as a discount and attach certificate to this form. PLEASE USE BLUE OR BLACK INK. PRINT CLEARLY. Name _________________________________________________ Social Security Number __________________________ (one name per registration)

(required)

Address __________________________________________________________________________________________________ City _______________________________________

State ________ Zip ________________ ❒ Check if address is new

Telephone (day) ___________________________

(evening) ________________________________

Fax _______________________________________

Email ____________________________________

Date of Birth _______________ Are you a UR alumna/us? ______ Yr. of Graduation _______ Degree _____________ Sex: ❒ Male

❒ Female

Ethnic Group: (optional) 1 ❒ American Indian/Alaskan Native 2 ❒ Asian/Pacific Islander

3 ❒ Black Non-Hispanic 4 ❒ Caucasian

5 ❒ Hispanic 6 ❒ Multiracial

Please register me for the following School of Continuing Studies Noncredit program(s). I understand that I am entitled to a 25% discount on ONE class per semester if I am a UR alumna/us with a baccalaureate or advanced degree from the University. Alumni discount does not apply to travel programs. Course Name

Course Date

CRN #

Fee

Discount

2/4 - 2/13

50088

$105

SAMPLE: CyberSeniors IV

Payment MUST accompany this form.

Total

TOTAL DUE $_________

Method of payment: (Check, VISA or MasterCard accepted) ❒ Check enclosed (payable to University of Richmond, SCS) ❒ Please charge to my: ❒ VISA

Please refer to our Cancellation and Refund policy on page 30.

❒ MasterCard

Number _________________________________________________________________________________________________ Cardholder’s Name ____________________________________ Expiration Date _________________________________ Signature ______________________________________

Amount to be charged $ _______________________________

If you need special accommodations to attend a class, please notify the

Mail or fax your completed registration form to: School of Continuing Studies at (804) 289-8133 at least 15 days in advance. MAIL: School of Continuing Studies Office of Community and Professional Education University of Richmond, VA 23173

FAX: (804) 289-8138

www.richmond.edu/academics/scs

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Course Index

COURSE INDEX A A World of Creativity .................................................. 2 About Noncredit Programs ....................................... 28 Adult CPR Certification ........................................... 10 After Heaven: Spirituality in the 21st Century ........... 5 Alaska Fly Fishing Seminar ..................................... 17 Amateur Coaching ..................................................... 9 American Sign Language ........................................... 3 Aqua Aerobics ......................................................... 10 Art ............................................................................... 2 Art Exploration for Adults ........................................... 2 Art Exploration for Children ....................................... 2

B Back to Black™ .......................................................... 9 Bands, Balls and Hand Weights: Lerning How to Tone at Home ........................... 10 Basic Botanical Illustration ......................................... 4 Basic Home Landscape Design ................................. 4 Basic Mediation Observation ................................... 25 Basic Mediation Skills ............................................. 25 Becoming a Friend of the Internet ............................. 7 Becoming the Greatest You ..................................... 20 Body Sculpting ......................................................... 10 Botany for Beginners .................................................. 4 Brunch is Served ..................................................... 13

C Cardio Sculpt ........................................................... 10 Career Enhancement ............................................... 20 CEBS III: Retirement Plans ..................................... 23 Certified Employee Benefit Specialist (CEBS) Program ............................................................. 23 Chef’s Skills ............................................................. 13 CISSP ...................................................................... 24 Civil War in Virginia: Lee Triumphant, 1862-1863 .... 15 Coat of Arms ........................................................... 15 CompTIA A+ ............................................................. 24 Configuring a Web Server ....................................... 21 Courses by Day of the Week ................................... 18 Courses by Month ................................................... 28 Cultural Events at the University ............................. 32 Cut Flower Care and Handling .................................. 4 Cyberseniors .............................................................. 8 Cyberseniors IV – More Word Processing ................ 8 Cyberseniors V – Adobe Elements ............................ 8

D Dancercise 101 ....................................................... 10 Dancercise for Seniors ............................................. 10 Dare to Draw .............................................................. 2 Discover Your Strengths ........................................... 10 Dreamweaver I ......................................................... 21 Dreamweaver II ....................................................... 21

E Eastern Europe: Prague, Vienna and Budapest .... 16 Enchanting Ireland ................................................... 17 Excel for Beginners ................................................. 21

F Family Mediation Observation ................................. 25 Family Mediation Skills ............................................. 25 Films from 1962 .......................................................... 6 Finance for Individuals ............................................... 9 First Aid Basics Certification ................................... 10 Fit to a Tee ............................................................... 10 Fitness and Wellness ................................................. 9 Fitness Instructional Programs ............................... 10

Flash I .................................................................. 7, 21 Fly Fishing in Virginia ................................................. 9 Food & Wine ............................................................. 13 French: Intermediate Level ........................................ 3 Fundamentals of Investing ......................................... 9

Professional Rescuer CPR ..................................... 11 Project Management for IT Professionals .............. 22

G

S

General Information ................................................. 30 Great Chefs Class ................................................... 14 Greek Isles: Athens and Islands ............................. 16

Screening for Domestic Violence ............................. 26 Screenwriting for Beginners ....................................... 6 Spain: Conquistadores, Castles and More! ............ 16 Spanish for Beginners ................................................ 3 Spanish: Intermediate Level ...................................... 5 Spend Smart™ ........................................................... 9 Spirituality ................................................................... 5 Start Your Novel .......................................................... 5 Sunny Provence: The South of France ................... 16 Swing Dance Workshop 101 ................................... 11 Swing Dance Workshop 201 ................................... 11

H Heraldry ................................................................... 15 History ..................................................................... 15 History of Ideas ....................................................... 15

I Information Technology Certification Preparation .... 24 Institute of Reading Development ............................. 6 Institute on Philanthropy ......................................... 27 Interest Survey ........................................................... ii Italian for Beginners ................................................... 3

J•K JavaScript I ............................................................... 21 JavaScript II ............................................................. 21 Kitchen Design ......................................................... 14

L Language .................................................................... 3 Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden .................................. 4 Lifeguard Training ..................................................... 11 Lifeguard Training Review Course ........................... 11 Literature .................................................................... 5 Low Impact ............................................................... 11

M Massage Therapy ..................................................... 11 MCSA & MCSE ....................................................... 24 Mediation ................................................................. 25 Men and Women are from Different Playgrounds .. 20 Mosaic Tiles ................................................................ 2 Mother Russia: Warts and All! ................................. 16 Mummies ................................................................. 15

N Net+ .......................................................................... 24 New Concepts in Public Landscaping ....................... 4 Now That’s Italian! ................................................... 14

O Oriental Rugs: Living with Art on the Floor ............... 2 Orienteering ............................................................. 11

P Personal Computer Skills ........................................... 7 Photography for Beginners ........................................ 2 Photoshop I ................................................................ 7 Photoshop II ............................................................... 7 Plant Installation and Maintenance ........................... 4 Plot Your Novel ........................................................... 5 Power Yoga ............................................................... 11 Powerpoint for Beginners ......................................... 22 Professional Computer Skills ................................... 21

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R Registration Forms ............................................ 31, 33

T Tai Chi ...................................................................... 11 Tang Soo Do ............................................................. 11 Tennis ...................................................................... 11 The Art and Romance of Italy ................................. 17 The Center for Nonprofit Organizations ................. 23 The Story .................................................................... 5 Theatre and Film ........................................................ 6 Tile Painting ................................................................ 3 Time Management ................................................... 20 Tours & Travel ........................................................... 16 Tuscany .................................................................... 16

U •V Using XML and XSL ................................................ 22

W Watercolor for a Day .................................................. 3 Watercolors: Making the Brush Behave .................... 3 Web Page Design ..................................................... 22 Wine for All Seasons ............................................... 14 Word - Advanced Level .............................................. 7 Word - Intermediate Level .......................................... 7 Word for Beginners ................................................. 22

X•Y•Z XHTML I .................................................................. 22 Yoga for Seniors ....................................................... 13 Yoga-Continuing ....................................................... 13 Yoga-Gentle ............................................................. 13 Yogalates ................................................................. 13 Your Personal Trainer ............................................... 13


/winter2003  

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