Faculty / Staff NoticeThursday, May 23
FM Communiversity Winter Courses Begin February 2
F/M Communiversity courses for the winter/spring season begin on February 2.
This season's classes include Irish Myth, Lore and Legend on Film with Dawn Duncan; Modern Scandinavian Crime Fiction with Jim Kaplan; The Persistence of Myth with Edward Schmoll, Invasive Aquatic Species with Michelle Marko; Bakken 101: Understanding Oil Development in Western ND with Tami Norgard; Homelessness: From Understanding to Action with Laurie Baker; Weather and Climate Change with Rob Kupec; The 1862 U.S.-Dakota War on the Red River Frontier with Markus Krueger; Storms that Changed the Valley with Daryl Ritchison; Jewels of Europe: Showcasing the Beauty and Culture of its Cities with Ronald Ramsay; Blogging for Fun, Not Profit with Jim Fuglie; Miles Davis: Kind of Blue with Russell Peterson - and much more.
To register, or for more information, call 218-299-3438, email firstname.lastname@example.org or go to the website at www.fmcommuniversity.org. All Concordia staff and faculty will be receiving the course brochure in campus mail. Concordia staff and faculty are reminded that they receive a 50% discount on the course fee.
F/M Communiversity is a program of Concordia College in cooperation with MSUM and NDSU. A "university of the community" for lifelong learning, it provides a variety of interesting and engaging courses for people of all ages and educational backgrounds. There are no tests, grades or papers - just the joy of learning and the opportunity to engage in thoughtful discussion.