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2019 Artist Talk Series:Thursday Sept 26, 6 - 7 pm, Stan Hagen Theatre, CV Campus
Learn essential skills to support aquatic food production for marine, freshwater and land-based systems.
Upgrade high school level courses in English, Kwak'wala, Nuu-chah-nulth, First Peoples studies, math and science to prepare for your chosen field. Classes are available face-to-face or online, and during the day or evening to work around your schedule. Individual support and self-paced learning plans are available to help you succeed.
Make a difference in the lives of young children by providing quality care and education for healthy learning and development. Specialize your skills while you apply theory to practice with children in a variety of early care and learning settings. This program is offered in full and part-time options.
This course will provide students with the opportunity to explore what it means to be both a human being and a global citizen within the context of complex intercultural interactions. Through critical reflection on historical and current world events, as well as their own values and beliefs, students will be encouraged to develop compassion and empathy for others, a greater appreciation for and understanding of diversity, and a curiosity about other ways of being.
This is the second course of introductory Chinese designed for beginning learners. More Chinese expressions and grammar, as well as approximately 200 Chinese characters in simplified form will be introduced in this course. Students will be able to engage in conversations on various topics and write longer paragraphs in Chinese.
We will discuss questions in a philosophical context but the thrust of the course will be to use an historical and comparative framework that analyzes particular mythic traditions. Rather than attempt to encompass all of world mythology within a one-term course, we will focus upon the myths of Babylonia, Egypt, Greece, Rome, Northern Europe, Mesoamerica and the Pacific Northwest as case studies.
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