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Arts and Sciences Continuing Education|
To Offer Three Spring Classes
MAILED: April 9, 1999|
The University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire Arts and Sciences Continuing Education office has announced its spring class schedule, which includes courses and seminars on maple sugaring, the presidential impeachment and Latin American studies.
Marcus Guthrie, of the George W. Brown Jr. Ojibwe Museum and Cultural Center in Lac du Flambeau, will present a lecture on traditional maple sugar gathering. The "Maple Sugaring" lecture will run from 2-4 p.m. April 18 in room 100 of Schneider Hall. The seminar cost is $7.50.
Dr. J.W. Tubbs, an American constitutional law scholar and an assistant professor of political science at UW-Eau Claire, will discuss the subject of impeachment. Tubbs will discuss what the Constitution states about impeachment, the current disputes over the meaning of the Constitution's impeachment provisions and the President Clinton impeachment and trial. The lecture, titled "The Law and Politics of Presidential Impeachment," will run from 7-9 p.m. April 27 in the Arrowhead Room of Davies Center. The seminar cost is $5.
On May 6-7, a conference on the history, culture, politics and economics of Latin America will be held in the Davies Center. Highlights of the first "Conference on Latin America" include a lecture on the Peruvian Amazon, a traditional Nicaraguan lunch and a number of concurrent sessions presented by faculty, students, international students and community members. The conference fee varies from $5 for students to $19 for non-students depending on whether participants have lunch.
For more information and registration materials, contact the UW-Eau Claire Arts and Sciences Continuing Education office at (715) 836-2031 or email email@example.com.
Janice B. Wisner
UW-Eau Claire News Bureau
Updated: April 9, 1999