Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Location announced for Spokane seminars

seminarThe March 10 academic seminars will be held at CenterPlace in Spokane Valley. The one-credit in-person seminars last three hours, and also require finishing an assignment from the instructor.

The Spokane seminars are:

1:30-4:30 pm: Psychology 301 (SLN 78899) - If Only We Could Forget: Targeting Reconsolidation as Treatment for Neuropsychiatric Disorders. Taught by Dr. Brendan Walker

(Snacks served between afternoon and evening courses)

5:30-8:30 pm: Sociology 491 (SLN 78592) - The Medicalization of Deviance: From “Badness” to “Sickness.” Taught by Dr. Christine Oakley

Seminars are also scheduled in Seattle at the Hotel Monaco and Tacoma at a UW facility. The Tacoma seminars are part of our Tacoma Rendezvous, where students, friends and family can gather to socialize, meet Butch, hear from staff and enjoy a catered lunch.

Here’s a list of all the seminars. Please contact your academic consultant if you’d like to attend. To register for the Tacoma Rendezvous, please go to the website.

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