UNC’s ‘One Day University’ Saturday Offers Free Classes

Professors from the University of Northern Colorado's College of Humanities and Social Sciences will offer free "mini-classes" open to the public during the annual One Day University event on Saturday, July 28, in downtown Greeley.

Six 50-minute classes ranging from Chinese for travelers to Shakespeare's influence on past and present society to how water is shared among different geographic areas in the West will be offered.

The One Day University schedule is:

10-10:50 a.m.

  • Chinese for Travelers - Michelle Low, Professor of Chinese
  • Shakespeare in the Park - Tracey Sedinger, Professor of English

11-11:50 a.m.

  • Reading the Reich: Interpreting Nazi Propaganda - Joan L. Clinefelter, Professor of History
  • Allocating Water in the West: Would YOU Change the Rules If You Could? - Mark Eiswerth, Professor of Economics

12-12:50 p.m.

  • Confucius Says? Traditional vs. Modern in China Today - Adam Fong, Professor of History
  • Berlin Yesterday and Today - David Caldwell, Professor of German

All classes will be held in the Greeley Recreation Center, 651 10th Ave., west of Lincoln Park during the Arts Picnic. Registration is not required.

For more information, including course descriptions, visit http://hss.unco.edu/assets/images/ODUcombo.pdf or call Deborah Borelli at (970) 351-2707.