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|Title||Offering||Standing||Credits||Credits||When||F||W||S||Su||Description||Preparatory||Faculty||Days||Multiple Standings||Start Quarters||Open Quarters|
|Course||FR–SRFreshmen–Senior||4||04||Day||Su 16 Summer||Beginning Drawing: Grounds investigates the expressive possibilities of image making using the Evergreen campus grounds and surrounding forest as the primary subject. This course is designed to develop foundational drawing skills, personal imagery, and an ability to articulately examine creative work. To do so will explore the visual language of realism and both formal and informal abstraction through traditional and experimental drawing exercises.||Jonathan Happ||Wed Thu||Freshmen FR Sophomore SO Junior JR Senior SR||Summer||Summer|
|Program||FR–SRFreshmen–Senior||8||08||Day||Su 16 Session II Summer||This course is designed to offer the equivalent of the second half of a year-long course in general chemistry. The topics to be presented will include thermochemistry, properties and physical changes of matter, solution chemistry, kinetics, thermodynamics, chemical equilibrium, acid-base chemistry, and aqueous equilibria. Additional topics in electrochemistry, nuclear chemistry, and coordination chemistry may be presented if time permits. Course activities will include lectures, small-group problem-solving workshops, and laboratories. Laboratory work will build upon the skills learned in General Chemistry I, and provide hands-on experience with additional methods relevant to the topics presented in lecture. This is part two of a two course sequence, that together cover one year of general chemistry with lab.||Riley Rex||Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri||Freshmen FR Sophomore SO Junior JR Senior SR||Summer||Summer|
|Course||FR–SRFreshmen–Senior||2||02||Evening and Weekend||Su 16 Session II Summer||This one-week course focuses on the fundamentals of public speaking. Students will learn to compose well-organized presentations, control speech anxiety, and develop performance skills necessary for effective public speaking in the workplace, classroom, or community. This course contributes to MIT endorsement in communication.||Lori Blewett||Tue Sat Sun||Freshmen FR Sophomore SO Junior JR Senior SR||Summer||Summer|
|Course||FR–SRFreshmen–Senior||4||04||Day||Su 16 Session I Summer||Martha Graham This program will explore the role of music performance as a means of connecting individual ideas and experiences as the basis for community formation. We will examine fundamental concepts of music and how they are used in performance to blur the boundaries between the creators of music and their audience. Our work with progressive skill development will require physical immersion into the practices of listening, moving, and making music. Consideration of a variety of learning theories, as well as our examination of approaches to physical and mental conditioning important to the art of performance will require the development of a common working vocabulary.Weekly activities will include readings, lectures, seminars and interactive workshops designed to encourage students to expand and meld their creative interests within an intellectual infrastructure. Performance workshops will provide opportunities to gain first-hand understanding of fundamental skills and concepts as well as the transformative possibilities that exist through honest confrontation of challenging experiences. This balanced approach to the development of physical craft, artistry and intellectual engagement is expected to culminate in a significant written and/or performance project.||Andrea Gullickson||Tue Thu||Freshmen FR Sophomore SO Junior JR Senior SR||Summer|
Emilie Bess and Christophor Looney
|Program||FR–SRFreshmen–Senior||8||08||Weekend||Su 16 Summer||Emilie Bess Christophor Looney||Freshmen FR Sophomore SO Junior JR Senior SR||Summer||Summer|
|Course||FR–SRFreshmen–Senior||2||02||Evening||Su 16 Session I Summer||Work and Disability: Minimizing the Human and Financial Impact of Disability focuses on the interplay of work and disability. How do we balance the needs of people with disability and needs of society? How does our perception of disability shape our reality in dealing with individuals with disability? This course will primarily address the impact of adult onset disabilities such as musculoskeletal injuries, occupational disease and chronic illness. Students will gain an understanding of disability legislature, disability programs, disability rights, psychosocial aspects of disability, and vocational rehabilitation strategies to enhance employment outcomes.||DT North||Tue Thu||Freshmen FR Sophomore SO Junior JR Senior SR||Summer||Summer|