FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Feb. 26, 2010
Contact: Nikonie Brown
MUW Community Life Enrichment Program begins March 22
COLUMBUS, Miss. – Mississippi University for Women’s Department of Continuing Education will offer a variety of courses this semester as part of its Community Life Enrichment Program.
These courses, which will meet once a week for six weeks, will be taught by volunteer professionals who will be sharing their knowledge and experience.
Bridge: Playing and Strategy--taught by Frank Stewart
Putting it on Paper: How to get started with your novel--taught by Deborah Schumaker
Spanish for Beginners--taught by Kathy Vance
Scrapbooking, Photo Management and Photography--taught by Pam Bromley
Social Communication Media Update - taught by Peter Imes
Personal Computer: Update-Utilization Intro-History--taught by Claude Simpson
Birds, Bees, Toothache Trees: Natural History of Plymouth Bluff--organized by Dr. Harry Sherman with multiple lecturers including Birney Imes, Jim & Diane Patterson, Jessica Tegt, Harold Alexander and George Phillips
Easy Entertaining 101--taught by Anne Segrest Freeze
The Use of 19th Century Records in Research and Genealogy--taught by Rufus Ward
Planning My Future--taught by Dr. Robert Gilbert
The Practice of Poetry--taught by Elizabeth Simpson
The Criminal Justice System: How does it work? Is it broken?--taught by Elizabeth Unger Carlyle
There is a $35 membership fee. Participants are able to attend as many of the courses he or she wishes in a given semester. Course locations and meeting dates will be mailed prior to the start date.
The spring term begins March 22 and ends on April 30.
For more information, contact Dr. Barbara Moore, director of continuing education, at (662) 329-7150 or email email@example.com.