Saturday, March 27, 11 am to 2 pm
Creative Writing Workshop
You can register HERE.
Have you always wanted to write a novel? A short story? Your memoirs? This class emphasizes the craft of writing: plotting, developing characters, point of view, dialogue, and setting. You'll learn techniques for submitting a proposal to an agent or publisher. Each class includes lecture, discussion, critique, and writing exercises.
Saturday, April 3, Noon to 2 pm
Paradigm Shifts and Science and Society
This class will focus on "big questions" through history, and how science and technology have not only given us answers, but have changed the questions.
You will have an opportunity :
• to recognize how different societies have responded to revolutions in
science and technology and
• to explore how science and technology have affected your own cultural
and personal values.
The Four Forces of Physics
A full course in basic physics. Fifteen weeks, three hours per week.
Revolutions in Scientific Thought From Plato to Einstein
A class in the philosophy of science, emphasizing turning points in scientific thought. Five weeks, three hours per week.
Science for Non-Scientists
A class in science literacy designed for non-technical people. Flexible number of hours.
Everything You've Always Wanted to Know about Equations
A class to help clerical and non-technical people understand the language of equations. Four to six hours.
A Logical Approach to Communication
A class on informal logic, designed to enhance powers of critical thinking and improve communications skills. Four to six hours.