On July 9, at noon, Professor Kenisha Burke will help you find where the silence exists in your life!!! This is a free event but you will have to pay for your t-shirt if you desire one at http://iwillbesilentnomore.storenvy.com Want to know more about Prof.Burke and the Silence No More Project check her out at: www.kenishaburke.com
Having that typical boring summer break? Want to travel, explore the Colorado backcountry, and earn college credit? An exciting course offered by the Dept of Geosciences can make that happen! The deadline is approaching, so register for "GEOG4650 Field Studies in Biogeography and Biodiversity" today. Field portion from 7/18-7/29. All travel expenses covered; all you pay is summer tuition.
Read the New Testament, Homer, Sophocles, Euclid, Plato, Herodotus in the original Greek. Why settle for a translation when you can see for yourself exactly what those texts say? In a fraternity/sorority? Learn what that alphabet is all about! If you learn Greek, the Greeks say you are one of them. Be a real Greek, study Greek at APSU! Elem. Greek, hybrid, fall 2016, GREK 1010-03 2865 MWF @ 9.
Scientific and Medical Terminology is a new, 3 credit hour course for fall 2016, taught on-line. CLAS 2110-W1 CRN 3822 will provide students in all the sciences, nursing, rad tech, and pre-med tracks with a thorough grounding in the Greek and Latin roots of their terminology. Enormously helpful for Anatomy and Physiology, for biology, anyone majoring/minoring in sciences. No pre-requisite.
Yes, you CAN major in Greek and/or Latin at APSU. Classics, the study of ancient languages, prepares you for a variety of jobs. Teaching is only one career path. Jobs are currently available all over the country for high school Latin teachers. Archaeology, seminary, museum studies, international law, medicine, and many other fields are open to Classics majors. The past may just be your future!
English, ed., biology, history, philosophy, art, physics, pre-med, archaeology, political science, no matter where you are, the Greeks were there first! If you love the New Testament come join us in elementary Greek! Hey, you're in college, do something different, take Greek. No grade for speaking, small class! 3 day hybrid schedule. No substitute for the original. GREK 1010 03 2780 MWF @ 9.
Wanna try a foreign language but don't want to speak? Take ancient Greek or Latin! Both languages assume no prior experience, have no grade for speaking, and only meet 3 days a week. These languages help your English grammar and vocabulary and provide great mental training and fun! Small classes, lots of attention. GREK 1010-03 2780; LATN 1010-03 30301; LATN 1010-09 3033; LATN 1010-W1 3003
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