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AET 4970J-650
Course Reference Number: 60321/60322
Title: Safety in the Technology Workplace
Instructor: Slaven, Isaac
Semester Hours: 3
Room: Klehm 2431
Dates: 06/16-07/26. Meet at EIU on 06/21 and 07/19. Remainder online.
Day/Time: S 8am-5pm on 06/21 and 07/19. Remainder online.

ART 5804-941
Course Reference Number: 60598
Title: Fiber Structures
Instructor: Coddington, Ann
Semester Hours: 3
Room: DFAC 2690
Dates: 07/07-11
Day/Time: arranged

ESC 36901-750
Course Reference Number: 60509/60510/ 60901
Title: Natural Environments and Pre-history of the Colorado Plateau and Rocky Mountains
Instructor: Gutowski, Vincent
Semester Hours: 3
Room: n/a
Dates: 05/19-06/13
Day/Time: arranged
Note: These courses are designed to be delivered in a format that will require long hours of intensive study each day while in the field. We will stop at numerous field sites and outcrops for lectures, hands-on learning about the natural and cultural environments, and practice with instruments prior to reaching the archaeological sites in Colorado. To provide background on the physical and cultural history of the areas, several National Parks/Monuments, State Parks and Museums will be included at appropriate times/locations. Travel will be by van, lodging will be in motels, food will be the responsibility of each student (we will eat lunch out of cooler-students will pay $50 into a kitty for this). Evening class sessions will provide summaries of that dayís activities, downloading of data from field instrument data loggers, uploading data into appropriate mapping software and additional preparation for the next dayís activities. The Geography Programís GISci Lab will provide all necessary field survey equipment. When students return to Illinois, they will be expected to complete a take-home exam, and produce a journal of activities explaining what they encountered and learned during the trip. The exams and journal will be e-mailed to the appropriate professor by the end of the four week session. This will allow students approximately two weeks to complete their assignments in the comfort of their homes. Graduate students may be given alternative assignments in line with their graduate study requirements.

ESC 55902-750
Course Reference Number: 60509/60510/ 60901
Title: Natural Environments and Pre-history of the Colorado Plateau and Rocky Mountains
Instructor: Gutowski, Vincent
Semester Hours: 3
Site: EIU / Charleston
Room: n/a
Dates: 05/19-06/13
Day/Time: arranged
Note: These courses are designed to be delivered in a format that will require long hours of intensive study each day while in the field. We will stop at numerous field sites and outcrops for lectures, hands-on learning about the natural and cultural environments, and practice with instruments prior to reaching the archaeological sites in Colorado. To provide background on the physical and cultural history of the areas, several National Parks/Monuments, State Parks and Museums will be included at appropriate times/locations. Travel will be by van, lodging will be in motels, food will be the responsibility of each student (we will eat lunch out of cooler-students will pay $50 into a kitty for this). Evening class sessions will provide summaries of that dayís activities, downloading of data from field instrument data loggers, uploading data into appropriate mapping software and additional preparation for the next dayís activities. The Geography Programís GISci Lab will provide all necessary field survey equipment. When students return to Illinois, they will be expected to complete a take-home exam, and produce a journal of activities explaining what they encountered and learned during the trip. The exams and journal will be e-mailed to the appropriate professor by the end of the four week session. This will allow students approximately two weeks to complete their assignments in the comfort of their homes. Graduate students may be given alternative assignments in line with their graduate study requirements.

FCS 4235-800
Course Reference Number: 60550/60551
Title: Mediterranean Culture and Cuisine, Week 1
Instructor: Kennedy-Hagan, Karla (instructor of record)
Semester Hours: 1
Site: EIU / Charleston
Room: Klehm 1418 & 2309
Dates: 05/19-22
Day/Time: MTWR 4:30-6:30pm

FCS 4235-802
Course Reference Number: 60552/60553
Title: Mediterranean Culture and Cuisine, Week 2
Instructor: Kennedy-Hagan, Karla (instructor of record)
Semester Hours: 1
Room: Klehm 1418 & 2309
Dates: 05/27-30
Day/Time: TWRF 4:30-6:30pm

FCS 4235-804
Course Reference Number: 60554/60555
Title: Mediterranean Culture and Cuisine, 2 weeks
Instructor: Kennedy-Hagan, Karla (instructor of record)
Semester Hours: 2
Room: Klehm 1418 & 2309
Dates: 05/19-22 AND 05/27-30
Day/Time: MTWR 4:30-6:30pm and TWRF 4:30-6:30pm

FCS 4235A-801
Course Reference Number: 60556/60557
Title: Introduction to Italian Wine, Week 1
Instructor: Kennedy-Hagan, Karla (instructor of record)
Semester Hours: 1
Room: Klehm 1418 & 2309
Dates: 05/19-22
Day/Time: MTWR 7-9:30pm

FCS 4235A-803
Course Reference Number: 60558/60559
Title: Introduction to Italian Wine, Week 2
Instructor: Kennedy-Hagan, Karla (instructor of record)
Semester Hours: 1
Room: Klehm 1418 & 2309
Dates: 05/27-30
Day/Time: TWRF 7-9:30pm

FCS 4235A-805
Course Reference Number: 60560
Title: Introduction to Italian Wine, 2 Weeks
Instructor: Kennedy-Hagan, Karla (instructor of record)
Semester Hours: 2
Room: Klehm 1418 & 2309
Dates: 05/19-22 AND 05/27-30
Day/Time: MTWR 7-9:30pm and TWRF 7-9:30pm

FCS 4753-941
Course Reference Number: 60911
Title: Nutrition and the Addicted Person
Instructor: Burns, Melanie
Semester Hours: 1
Room: Klehm 2030
Dates: 07/14-08/09. Meets at EIU on 07/19. Remainder online.
Day/Time: S 1-4pm on 07/19.

FCS 4838-941
Course Reference Number: 60912
Title: Pattern Development and Design
Instructor: Shaw, Katherine
Semester Hours: 3
Room: More Information Coming Soon
Dates: 07/07-08/09. Meets at EIU on 07/07-11 and 07/14-18. Remainder online.
Day/Time: MTWRF 9am-12:45pm

FCS 4845-700
Course Reference Number: 60418
Title: The Family in Crisis
Instructor: Baker, Misty
Semester Hours: 3
Room: Klehm 2040
Dates: 06/06-07, 06/27-28, 07/11-12
Day/Time: F 4-8pm, S 8am-5:30pm

FCS 5235-800
Course Reference Number: 60550/60551
Title: Mediterranean Culture and Cuisine, Week 1
Instructor: Kennedy-Hagan, Karla (instructor of record)
Semester Hours: 1
Site: EIU / Charleston
Room: Klehm 1418 & 2309
Dates: 05/19-22
Day/Time: MTWR 4:30-6:30pm

FCS 5235-802
Course Reference Number: 60552/60553
Title: Mediterranean Culture and Cuisine, Week 2
Instructor: Kennedy-Hagan, Karla (instructor of record)
Semester Hours: 1
Site: EIU / Charleston
Room: Klehm 1418 & 2309
Dates: 05/27-30
Day/Time: TWRF 4:30-6:30pm

FCS 5235-804
Course Reference Number: 60554/60555
Title: Mediterranean Culture and Cuisine, 2 weeks
Instructor: Kennedy-Hagan, Karla (instructor of record)
Semester Hours: 2
Site: EIU / Charleston
Room: Klehm 1418 & 2309
Dates: 05/19-22 AND 05/27-30
Day/Time: MTWR 4:30-6:30pm and TWRF 4:30-6:30pm

FCS 5235A-801
Course Reference Number: 60556/60557
Title: Introduction to Italian Wine, Week 1
Instructor: Kennedy-Hagan, Karla (instructor of record)
Semester Hours: 1
Site: EIU / Charleston
Room: Klehm 1418 & 2309
Dates: 05/19-22
Day/Time: MTWR 7-9:30pm

FCS 5235A-803
Course Reference Number: 60558/60559
Title: Introduction to Italian Wine, Week 2
Instructor: Kennedy-Hagan, Karla (instructor of record)
Semester Hours: 1
Site: EIU / Charleston
Room: Klehm 1418 & 2309
Dates: 05/27-30
Day/Time: TWRF 7-9:30pm

FCS 5235A-805
Course Reference Number: 60560
Title: Introduction to Italian Wine, 2 Weeks
Instructor: Kennedy-Hagan, Karla (instructor of record)
Semester Hours: 2
Site: EIU / Charleston
Room: Klehm 1418 & 2309
Dates: 05/19-22 AND 05/27-30
Day/Time: MTWR 7-9:30pm and TWRF 7-9:30pm

GEG 40003-750
Course Reference Number: 60665/60508/60900/60902
Title: Field Survey Techniques for the Sciences
Instructor: Dinaso, Steven
Semester Hours: 3
Site: EIU / Charleston
Room: n/a
Dates: 05/19-06/13
Day/Time: arranged
Note: These courses are designed to be delivered in a format that will require long hours of intensive study each day while in the field. We will stop at numerous field sites and outcrops for lectures, hands-on learning about the natural and cultural environments, and practice with instruments prior to reaching the archaeological sites in Colorado. To provide background on the physical and cultural history of the areas, several National Parks/Monuments, State Parks and Museums will be included at appropriate times/locations. Travel will be by van, lodging will be in motels, food will be the responsibility of each student (we will eat lunch out of cooler-students will pay $50 into a kitty for this). Evening class sessions will provide summaries of that dayís activities, downloading of data from field instrument data loggers, uploading data into appropriate mapping software and additional preparation for the next dayís activities. The Geography Programís GISci Lab will provide all necessary field survey equipment. When students return to Illinois, they will be expected to complete a take-home exam, and produce a journal of activities explaining what they encountered and learned during the trip. The exams and journal will be e-mailed to the appropriate professor by the end of the four week session. This will allow students approximately two weeks to complete their assignments in the comfort of their homes. Graduate students may be given alternative assignments in line with their graduate study requirements.

GEG 5590-750
Course Reference Number: 60665/60508/60900/60902
Title: Field Survey Techniques for the Sciences
Instructor: Dinaso, Steven
Semester Hours: 3
Site: EIU / Charleston
Room: n/a
Dates: 05/19-06/13
Day/Time: arranged
Note: These courses are designed to be delivered in a format that will require long hours of intensive study each day while in the field. We will stop at numerous field sites and outcrops for lectures, hands-on learning about the natural and cultural environments, and practice with instruments prior to reaching the archaeological sites in Colorado. To provide background on the physical and cultural history of the areas, several National Parks/Monuments, State Parks and Museums will be included at appropriate times/locations. Travel will be by van, lodging will be in motels, food will be the responsibility of each student (we will eat lunch out of cooler-students will pay $50 into a kitty for this). Evening class sessions will provide summaries of that dayís activities, downloading of data from field instrument data loggers, uploading data into appropriate mapping software and additional preparation for the next dayís activities. The Geography Programís GISci Lab will provide all necessary field survey equipment. When students return to Illinois, they will be expected to complete a take-home exam, and produce a journal of activities explaining what they encountered and learned during the trip. The exams and journal will be e-mailed to the appropriate professor by the end of the four week session. This will allow students approximately two weeks to complete their assignments in the comfort of their homes. Graduate students may be given alternative assignments in line with their graduate study requirements.

MUS 4980A-941
Course Reference Number: 60680
Title: Workshop in Music I: Music Technology
Instructor: Decker, Bradley
Semester Hours: 1
Site: EIU / Charleston
Room: DFAC 1620
Dates: 06/16-06/27
Day/Time: MTW 10am-12pm, R 10-11:30am

MUS 4980A-942
Course Reference Number: 60694/60888
Title: Workshop in Music II: Vocal Pedagogy
Instructor: Killen, Seth
Semester Hours: 1
Room: DFAC 1524
Dates: 06/30-07/11
Day/Time: MTW 10am-12pm, R 10-11:30am

MUS 4980A-943
Course Reference Number: 60679/60868
Title: Workshop in Music III: Guitar for the Classroom
Instructor: Eckert, Stefan
Semester Hours: 1
Room: DFAC 1524
Dates: 07/14-25
Day/Time: MTW 10am-12pm, R 10-11:30am

MUS 5101-941
Course Reference Number: 60678/60869
Title: Music Education Research Methods
Instructor: Larson, Danelle
Semester Hours: 3
Room: DFAC 1524
Dates: 06/16-07/24
Day/Time: MTW 3-5pm, R 3-4:30pm

TEC 5213-650
Course Reference Number: 60596
Title: Work Performance Technology
Instructor: Hogan, R. Lance
Semester Hours: 3
Room: Klehm 3104
Dates: 05/19-06/14. Meets at EIU on 05/19 and 06/14.
Day/Time: M 6-9pm on 05/19. S 8am-6pm

TEC 5233-652
Course Reference Number: 60591
Title: Training Systems Management
Instructor: Melton, David
Semester Hours: 3
Room: Klehm 3104
Dates: 06/23-08/09. Meets at EIU on 06/23, 07/11, 08/01. Remainder online.
Day/Time: MF 8am-5pm on 06/23, 07/11, 08/01.

TEC 5970-650
Course Reference Number: 60594
Title: Emerging Technologies: the Digital Environment
Instructor: Chinchilla, Rigoberto
Semester Hours: 3
Room: Klehm 3104
Dates: 06/16-07/25. Meets at EIU on 06/21 and 07/19. Remainder online.
Day/Time: S 8am-4pm on 06/21 and 07/19

TEC 59701F-650
Course Reference Number: 60321/60322
Title: Safety in the Technology Workplace
Instructor: Slaven, Isaac
Semester Hours: 3
Site: EIU / Charleston
Room: Klehm 2431
Dates: 06/16-07/26. Meet at EIU on 06/21 and 07/19. Remainder online.
Day/Time: S 8am-5pm on 06/21 and 07/19. Remainder online.