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Spring 2014 Community Education Noncredit Classes

Alternative Adult Studies / Art & Literature / Computers / Home & Garden / Languages

Money / PhotographyRecreation/Enrichment / Special Interest / Sports / Wellness & Exercise / Wine Tasting 

On-line Courses

 

 

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ALTERNATIVE ADULT STUDIES
 

Great Decisions 2014

Join our weekly conversations as we engage in an exciting and intellectually stimulating discussion of challenging current global issues and their implications for America today and tomorrow. Lectures, readings, and expert commentators provided in video programs developed by the Foreign Policy Association will provide context for our lively discussions. Topics include, among others: Defense
Technology, Israel and the U.S., Turkey’s Challenges, The Islamic Awakening, Energy Independence, Food and Climate, China’s Foreign Policy, and U.S. Trade Policy.

Class length:  10 weeks, Thursdays, February 6 – April 17 (No class March 20)
Time:   1:30 – 3:30 p.m.
Instructor:  Dr. John Dreifort, Professor of History, Wichita State University and Executive Secretary of the Wichita Committee on Foreign Relations
Fee:   $134 per person
Location:  Hughes Metropolitan Complex, 29th Street at Oliver

Syria from Aram to Assad

This class will explore the history of Syria from ancient times up to present day. Crucial background information will be provided about the conflict and Syria’s rich cultural heritage.

Class length: 1 week, Tuesday, February 4
Time: 7 – 9 p.m.
Instructor: Rannfrid Thelle, Lecturer, Women’s Studies & Religion, Wichita State University
Fee: $34 per person
Location: Hughes Metropolitan Complex, 29th St. at Oliver

Turkey: A Religious & Cultural Exploration

This class will journey through Turkey’s religious and cultural history, from the world’s oldest temple (9700 BCE), the travels of Paul in antiquity, to the Blue Mosque and beyond.

Class length: 1 week, Tuesday, February 11
Time: 7 – 9 p.m.
Instructor: Rannfrid Thelle, Lecturer, Women’s Studies & Religion, Wichita State University
Fee: $34 per person
Location: Hughes Metropolitan Complex, 29th St. at Oliver

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ART & LITERATURE

French Impressionist Painters

This class will look at the development of French painting from Manet’s Olympia to Monet’s late works. We will discuss the major Impressionist artists (including Manet, Monet, Morisot, Degas and Cassatt) while we explore the new technologies and the cultural changes that influenced their artworks.

Class length: 1 week, Tuesday, March 4
Time: 7 - 9 p.m.
Instructor: Dr. Brittany Lockard, Visiting Assistant Professor, School of Art & Design, Wichita State University
Fee: $34 per person
Location: Hughes Metropolitan Complex, 29th St. at Oliver

Learn the Basics of Writing Popular Fiction

If you have a desire to write popular fiction, this class is for you. The instructor currently has 17 published novels, written under the pseudonym of Shawna Delacorte. The class includes such topics as plot development, creating characters, dialogue and narrative, conflict, point of view, research and
a brief discussion of  computer word processing and manuscript format. The class will conclude with a short session on publishing. Prerequisites for this class are an understanding of proper grammar and a serious desire to write fiction.

Class length:  8 weeks, Wednesdays, March 12 – April 30
Time:   7 - 9 p.m.
Instructor:  Sharon Dennison, Author
Fee:   $95 per person
Location:  Hughes Metropolitan Complex, 29th Street at Oliver
Class maximum:  30 participants

Memoir Writing

Memory can be a starting point for a memoir.  In this course we will explore ways to write about your memories, what meaning this writing helps you discover, what “big questions” this writing helps you answer.  We will write in class and share pieces we are working on.

Course length:  5 weeks, Wednesdays, February 12- March 12
Time:   1 - 3 p.m.
Instructor:  Debra Seely
Fee:   $75 per person
Location:  Hughes Metropolitan Complex, 29th Street at Oliver

Modern and Contemporary Sculpture

Using the works of Auguste Rodin as a starting point, the class will survey the major sculptors of the 19th and 20th centuries, with a particular emphasis on the highlights of WSU’s Martin H. Bush Outdoor Sculpture Collection. Learn more about artists including Aristide Maillol, Barbara Hepworth, Andy Goldsworthy and Louise Nevelson.

Class length: 4 weeks, Tuesdays, March 25 – April 15
Time: 7 - 9 p.m.
Instructor: Dr. Brittany Lockard, Visiting Assistant Professor, School of Art & Design, Wichita State University
Fee: $68 per person
Location: Hughes Metropolitan Complex, 29th St. at Oliver

40 Years/40 Stories: Memories and Visions

Opening its doors December 6, 1974, the Edwin A Ulrich Museum of Art launched a new era, forever changing the landscape of the Wichita State University campus and galvanizing a community’s interest in the art of our time. Collecting, exhibiting, and interpreting modern and contemporary art have remained at the fore of the mission. Join Ulrich Museum Director, Bob Workman, for highlights from
the collection as well as behind-the-scenes stories. Class enrollment includes an invitation to a private reception with Ulrich Museum of Art founding director, Martin H. Bush.

Class length: 3 weeks, Thursdays, April 24 – May 8
Time and Location: 3 – 4:30 p.m., April 24 & May 8, Hughes Metropolitan Complex; 6 – 8 p.m., May 1, Ulrich Museum of Art
Instructor: Bob Workman, Ulrich Museum Director, Wichita State University
Fee: $49 per person

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COMPUTERS

Beginning Microsoft Excel 2013

This class will introduce you to spreadsheets using Microsoft Excel 2013. Topics covered include: entering, navigating, modifying, moving and copying data, formatting, and printing. You’ll learn how this program can be utilized at home or work. Students should have a basic understanding of computer and mouse operations.

Class length: 2 weeks, Thursdays, April 3 & 10
Time: 8:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Instructor: Lana Johnson
Fee: $117 per person, includes text
Location: WSU West Campus, 3801 N. Walker Ave. (East of 37th St. N. & Maize Rd.)
Class maximum:  28 participants

Beginning Microsoft Word 2013

This class will introduce you to word-processing using Microsoft Word 2013. You will learn to edit text, set page alignments, use tools such as spell check and thesaurus, as well as how to save, retrieve, and copy your text. Students should have a basic understanding of computer and mouse operations.

Class length: 2 weeks, Thursdays, February 27 & March 6
Time: 8:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Instructor: Lana Johnson
Fee: $117 per person, includes text
Location: WSU West Campus, 3801 N. Walker Ave. (East of 37th St. N. & Maize Rd.)
Class maximum:  28 participants

Computer Basics

In this course you will use Windows 7 to create a document, organize and save files, create an efficient work environment, work with media, and find information on the Internet using Internet Explorer. This course is intended for the First Time computer user.

Class length: 2 weeks, Thursdays, February 13 & 20
Time: 8:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Instructor:  Lana Johnson
Fee:  $117 per person
Location: WSU West Campus, 3801 N. Walker Ave. (East of 37th St. N. & Maize Rd.)
Class maximum:  16 participants

Intermediate Microsoft Excel 2013

This class will enable you to streamline and enhance your spreadsheets with templates, charts, graphics, and formulas. Students should have completed Beginning Microsoft Excel 2013 or have had considerable experience using Excel.

Class length: 2 weeks, Thursdays, April 17 & 24
Time: 8:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Instructor: Lana Johnson
Fee: $117 per person, includes text
Location: WSU West Campus, 3801 N. Walker Ave.(East of 37th St. N. & Maize Rd.)
Class maximum:  28 participants

Intermediate Microsoft Word 2013

Students will increase the complexity of their Microsoft Word 2013 documents by adding components such as customized lists, tables, charts, and graphics. You will also create personalized efficiency tools. Students should have completed Beginning Microsoft Word 2013 or have extensive experience in using Word.

Class length: 2 weeks, Thursdays, March 13 & 20
Time: 8:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Instructor: Lana Johnson
Fee: $117 per person, includes text
Location: WSU West Campus, 3801 N. Walker Ave. (East of 37th St. N. & Maize Rd.)
Class maximum:  28 participants

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Home & Garden

Basic Principles of Landscape Design

A four-week lecture series focusing on the basic principles of landscape design applied at a residential scale. Topics include: basic design principles, the development of design objectives, conceptual design and planting design including Xeriscaping, and Edible Landscaping.

Class length: 4 weeks, Tuesdays, February 4 – 25
Time: 7 – 9 p.m.
Location: Hughes Metropolitan Complex, 29th St. at Oliver
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Class length: 4 weeks, Wednesdays, February 5 – 26
Time: 7 – 9 p.m.
Location: WSU South Campus, 200 W. Greenway, Suite 15A, Derby
Instructor: Kurt Huiras
Fee: $68 per person

Container Gardening

This class will cover the important aspects of choosing a container, plant choices, maintenance and winter options. The focus will be on what to plant, when to plant and spacing, as well as learning to deal with pests and disease. We will also learn techniques for wintering your containers and winter plants. Create your planting plan for spring.

Class length: 4 weeks, Mondays, March 3 - 24
Time: 7 - 9 p.m.
Instructor: Peggy Griffith
Fee: $68 per person
Location: WSU South Campus, 200 W. Greenway, Suite 15A, Derby

Floral Arranging

This is a hands on class on floral arranging. Arrangements will include a vase arrangement, fresh cut flowers, dried and silk arrangements. In addition to making arrangements, instruction includes making bows with various types of ribbon, and collecting flowers for fresh and dried arrangements.

Class length: 4 weeks, Tuesdays, March 18 – April 8
Time: 7 - 9 p.m.
Instructor: Jodi Gieser
Fee: $75 per person
Location: WSU South Campus, 200 W. Greenway, Suite 15A, Derby

Interior Design: Twenty Questions

Ever wonder how a professional interior designer creates those great rooms?  It’s all about asking the right questions. When you have the answers to a few key questions, you are on your way to making good design decisions. This class will help you ask the right questions, however, will not include individual consultation.

Class length: 2 weeks, Mondays, March 3 & 10
Time: 7 - 9 p.m.
Instructor: William Little
Fee: $60 per person
Location: Hughes Metropolitan Complex, 29th St. at Oliver

It’s All About Color!

In design it is imperative to remember the importance of color. The difficulties most people have in unifying a look are directly related to color. A room can feel wrong for no other reason than the color, but why? It can be too cool, too energizing, or just plain ugly. The way you feel in a room directly relates
to the color. Most people have heard the phrase “color-coordination” but very few know what it means. What is a color wheel and how can we use it to help with coordination? All of these topics will be addressed, discussed, and used to get another step closer to really understanding the role color plays in the designer’s world. Builds on the premise of “Interior Design: Twenty Questions;” which is
recommended before this class.

Class length: 2 weeks, Mondays, March 24 & 31
Time: 7 - 9 p.m.
Instructor: William Little
Fee: $60 per person
Location: Hughes Metropolitan Complex, 29th St. at Oliver

Learn to Knit

Knitting is the perfect way to get back to the basics....in this world of fast, easy and replaceable....this craft is the perfect way to go green. Not only can you create everything from a wardrobe to a child’s toy. Through this basic knitting class you will learn the basic stitches and pattern reading of this wonderful craft, finishing with designing a wonderful project of your own....a list of all that you need will
be given with your class confirmation

Class length: 6 weeks, Wednesdays, February 5 - March 12
Time: 7 - 9 p.m.
Instructor: Diane Moos
Fee: $73 per person
Location: Hughes Metropolitan Complex, 29th St. at Oliver

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Languages

All language classes offered by the Office of Continuing Education for beginners enable the participants to gain a working knowledge of the chosen language. Instructors provide students with intensive practice in both speaking and understanding the language. Basic vocabulary, frequently used expressions, customs, and cultures of the country will also be explored.

French

Class length: 12 weeks, Mondays, February 3 – April 21
Time: 7 – 9 p.m.
Instructor: Lily Fang-Yen
Fee: $141 per person, includes text
Location: Hughes Metropolitan Complex, 29th St. at Oliver

Italian

Class length: 12 weeks, Mondays, February 3 – April 28 (No class March 17)
Time: 7 - 9 p.m.
Instructor: Nylas Moser
Fee: $141 per person, includes text
Location: Hughes Metropolitan Complex, 29th St. at Oliver

Spanish

Class length: 12 weeks, Tuesdays, February 4 – April 29 (No class March 18)
Time: 7 - 9 p.m.
Instructor: Liana Wagle, Academic Lecturer, Modern & Classical Languages & Literature, Wichita State University
Fee: $141 per person, includes text
Location: Hughes Metropolitan Complex, 29th St. at Oliver

Intermediate French

This class is intended for those who have previously completed the class for beginners. The instructor will continue to provide students with intensive practice in both speaking and understanding French. These classes will continue to explore vocabulary, frequently used expressions, customs and cultures.

Class length: 12 weeks, Tuesdays, February 4 – April 22
Time: 7 – 8:30 p.m.
Instructor: Lily Fang-Yen
Fee: $114 per person, includes text
Location: Hughes Metropolitan Complex, 29th St. at Oliver

Intermediate Spanish

This class is intended for those who have previously completed the class for beginners. The instructor will continue to provide students with intensive practice in both speaking and understanding the language. These classes will continue to explore vocabulary, frequently used expressions, customs and cultures.

Class length: 12 weeks, Wednesdays, February 5 – April 30 (No class March 19)
Time: 7 – 9 p.m.
Instructor: Liana Wagle, Academic Lecturer, Modern & Classical Languages & Literature, Wichita State University
Fee: $141 per person, includes text
Location: Hughes Metropolitan Complex, 29th St. at Oliver

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MONEY

Beyond Street Smart Investing

This course is designed for those who previously completed Street Smart Investing. We will concentrate on advanced concepts for wealth creation, preservation, protection and distribution. Topics include: funding health care needs in retirement, when to take social security, risk reduction methods,
effective use of 401(k)s, IRAs and deferred annuities, dealing with long term care issues and predictable retirement income planning.

Class length: 2 weeks, Thursdays, March 6 & 13
Time: 7 - 9 p.m.
Instructor: Brian Martz, CFP, CIMA
Fee: $49 per person
Location: Hughes Metropolitan Complex, 29th St. at Oliver

Investing for Women

This class focuses on the special financial needs of women, including how to speak the financial language, set priorities and goals, find appropriate investment strategies to meet those goals and make financial decisions regarding family and health-related issues. We will cover special considerations of the single, married, divorced, or widowed woman in retirement planning.

Class length: 2 weeks/4 sessions, Mondays & Wednesdays, February 24 – March 5
Time: 7 - 9 p.m.
Location: Hughes Metropolitan Complex, 29th St. at Oliver
Instructor: Imelda Huhnke, CFP
Fee: $45 per person

How to Finance a College Education

Wichita State University is offering a free financial aid planning seminar. Whether you are a high school student, a parent planning your child’s education or an adult returning to college for an undergraduate or graduate degree, this is your opportunity to learn what types of financial assistance are available and how to qualify. This presentation provides information and does not provide individual assistance.  Reservations are required; call 316-978-3731.

Class length: 1 morning, Saturday, February 22
Time: 10 – 11:30 a.m.
Instructor: Staff, WSU Office of Financial Aid
Fee: No charge; reservation required
Location: Hughes Metropolitan Complex, 29th St. at Oliver

Street Smart Investing

Learn the methods to evaluate your investments in your 401(K), IRAs, mutual funds, and stocks and bonds. This is a concise “real world” opportunity to understand your personal investments, the financial markets, and the problems to avoid.

Class length: 3 weeks, Tuesdays, February 25 – March 11
Time: 7 – 9 p.m.
Instructor: Brian Martz, CFP, CIMA
Fee: $75 per person
Location: Hughes Metropolitan Complex, 29th St. at Oliver

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PHOTOGRAPHY

Beginning Digital Photography and Photo Manipulation

This class will cover the basic concepts and vocabulary associated with digital photography, digital images, and digital photo manipulation using Photoshop Elements. During this hands-on class you will learn how to download pictures from a digital camera onto a computer, the basic concepts of color
correction, how to fix red-eye, crop, resize and save your photographs, and create simple, fun effects. In addition you will learn about organizing photos using the Photoshop Elements Organizer and about printing images. It is highly recommended that attendees be able to use a mouse, create a new folder
on a computer, and navigate the Windows operating system with little or no instruction. The format of this class will be lecture, discussion, and simple hands-on exercises.

Class length: 1 day, Saturday, April 12
Time: 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Instructor: Arthur Sprague
Fee: $90 per person
Location: WSU West Campus, 3801 N. Walker Ave., Maize
Class maximum: 28 participants


Intermediate Digital Photography and Photo Manipulation

This class is intended to build on the concepts learned in the Beginning Digital Photography and Photo Manipulation class and should be taken by those who have previously completed the beginning class or have direct experience with Photoshop Elements or Photoshop CS. This class focuses more on digital image editing and special effects and will only briefly review concepts learned in the beginning class. During this hands-on class you will use Photoshop Elements to create special effects, add text effects to an image, create photo collages using layers, and learn how to repair an old or damaged photo. The class format will be lecture, discussion, and hands-on exercises.

Class length: 1 day, Saturday, May 3
Time: 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Instructor: Arthur Sprague
Fee: $90 per person
Location: WSU West Campus, 3801 N. Walker Ave., Maize
Class maximum: 28 participants


Photography: Maximizing the Features of Your SLR

This class will cover: what lens to buy, achieving different aspects, external flash units, controlling light, close-up photography, night-time shooting, shooting action and low light shooting. The class will be very interactive. Bring to class: your camera, the manual, media cards, charged batteries and any accessories you own.

Class length: 2 weeks, Saturdays, March 1 & 8
Time: 8:30 – 11:30 a.m.
Instructor: Arthur Sprague
Fee: $59 per person
Location: Hughes Metropolitan Complex, 29th St. at Oliver

Photography of People, Places and Things

This class will combine the technical aspects of camera settings, and how they relate to improving your pictures. This class will explore the basics of landscapes, posing people, composition, and how to light them. You will be taking both indoor and outdoor pictures (outdoor sessions around the Metropolitan Complex). Participants should bring their own digital camera or DSLR.

Class length: 2 weeks, Saturdays, February 8 & 15
Time: 8:30 – 11:30 a.m.
Instructor: Arthur Sprague
Fee: $59 per person
Location: Hughes Metropolitan Complex, 29th St. at Oliver

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RECREATION

Beginning Bridge

Novice players are introduced to the basic mechanics of how to bid and how to play bridge in guidance with American Contract Bridge League rules. These rules will allow you to play socially or in duplicate bridge games.

Class length: 10 weeks, Mondays, February 3 – April 7
Time: 7 - 9 p.m.
Instructor: Diane Warren
Fee: $98 per person, includes text
Location: Hughes Metropolitan Complex, 29th St. at Oliver

Intermediate Bridge

Learn the methods, mechanics and manners of duplicate bridge and how to make your bridge auctions more competitive.

Class length: 8 weeks, Mondays, February 3 – March 24
Time: 7 - 9 p.m.
Instructor: Julie Phares
Fee: $89 per person, includes text
Location: Hughes Metropolitan Complex, 29th St. at Oliver

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Special Interest

Grant Writing for the Not-for-Profit Community

Learn strategies to develop a fundable concept, find sources for grants in publications and on the Internet, and create a grant to secure funding for your organization. Fred McLean, president of the Kansas Professional Grant Association, will present three two-hour classes to help you improve your skills at finding grant opportunities and creating grants to get funds from government agencies, corporations, foundations and philanthropic individuals to support your initiative. Each participant must email the instructor prior to class to obtain material. The instructor’s email will be provided with your confirmation.

Class length: 4 weeks, Tuesdays, February 4 - 25
Time: 7 – 9 p.m.
Instructor: Fred McLean
Fee: $116 per person
Location: Hughes Metropolitan Complex, 29th St. at Oliver

Introduction to the iPad

This class provides an overview of the Apple iPad and is designed for those with little to no computer background and those who wish to use an iPad for the first time. Topics covered include: Navigating the iPad, Customizing the iPad, Setting up passwords, Surfing the Internet and finding apps for your iPad.  Feel free to bring your own iPad to gain the most from this session. Participants who bring an iPad should know their Apple ID and password prior to start time.  Instruction is given on an iPad with retina display, but users with iPad 2 or iPad mini should be able to follow along without problems.

Class length: 1 morning, Saturday, March 1
Time: 9 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
Location: WSU West Campus, 3801 N. Walker Ave., Maize (East of 37th St. N. and Maize Rd.)
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Class length: 1 morning, Saturday, May 10
Time: 9 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
Location: Hughes Metropolitan Complex, 29th Street at Oliver
Instructor: Jennifer Snyder
Fee: $42 per person

Starting the Search for Your Family History

Online resources have made finding your ancestors easier than ever! Discover many FREE tools beyond Ancestry.com and Family Search that are available, and learn the best search strategies for accurate results. We will start with basic vital information, then cover topics such as research organization, expanding genealogical context, preservation methods for family treasures, and obscure
resources that break down brick walls. Basic computer knowledge is required.

Class length: 2 weeks, Saturdays, March 1 & 8
Time: 10 a.m. – 12 p.m.
Instructor: Robyn Tiemeyer
Fee: $49 per person
Location: WSU West Campus, 3801 N. Walker Ave., Maize (East of 37th St. N. and Maize Rd.)

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Sports

Learn to Hit the Golf Ball

Have you always wanted to learn to play golf? Learn the etiquette and rules of golf, clubs and club selection, grip, swing, and follow through. During this class, both the driving range and the putting green of the Braeburn Golf Course are available to class members. If you do not have clubs, a limited supply is available. In the case of inclement weather, make-up sessions will be scheduled.

Class length: 4 sessions, Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, March 31, April 1, 3, 4
Time: 5:30 - 7:30 p.m.
Instructor: Jerry Himebaugh
Fee: $137 per person
Location: Braeburn Golf Course, 4201 E. 21st St.
Class maximum: 20 participants

Learn to Hit the Golf Ball, Part II

As a follow up to the beginning golf class, participants will spend all class time on the driving range at Braeburn Golf Course. Students will be taught how to hit all the different clubs used in the game of golf. The main focus of this class is to further your golf swing so that you can become consistent and accurate with your golf shots. There will be instruction on how to get your golf ball back after hitting a bad shot. If you do not have clubs, clubs will be provided.

Class length: 4 sessions, Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, April 14, 15, 17, 18
Time: 5:30 - 7:30 p.m.
Instructor: Jerry Himebaugh
Fee: $137 per person
Location: Braeburn Golf Course, 4201 E. 21st St.
Class maximum: 20 participants

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WINE TASTING

Wine Tasting and Enjoyment

This class is a casual overview for the novice or experienced enthusiast. Learn the basics of taste, how to recognize and describe varietal characteristics and to identify personal likes and dislikes. Learn about wines from different regions and winemaker techniques that impact wine production. Each class will consist of a brief introductory lecture followed by a tasting of different wines. You must be at least 21 years of age to enroll.

Class length: 4 weeks, Mondays, February 10 – March 3
Time: 7 - 9 p.m.
Instructor: Guy Bower
Fee: $106 per person
Location: Hughes Metropolitan Complex, 29th St. at Oliver
Class maximum: 40 participants

Wine Tasting and Enjoyment – Advanced

Open to all, but ideally suited for those who have completed the introductory wine class. Focuses on the differences that growing region, soil, climate and winemaker technique can make in a single grape variety. Experience the difference in taste due to the types of oak barrels and the extended oak
treatment. Why is one wine $9 and another $50? Expand your wine knowledge and wine enjoyment by comparing and contrasting individual wines and identifying characteristics of quality and style. You must be at least 21 years of age to enroll.

Class length: 4 weeks, Mondays, March 17 – April 7
Time: 7 - 9 p.m.
Instructor: Guy Bower
Fee: $121 per person
Location: Hughes Metropolitan Complex, 29th St. at Oliver
Class maximum: 40 participants

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Community Interest

Anti-Trafficking 101

This class will address identifying and combatting domestic sex trafficking.  Topics that will be covered include: forms of human trafficking; those involved; risk and resiliency factors; prevention; and direct-services through the assessment, intervention and termination/community integration process. Professional contact hours are available to register, please visit our website at www.wichita.edu/conferences/HumanTrafficking or call 316-978-6493 for additional information.


• Class length: 1 afternoon, Friday, February 21 OR Friday, April 11
• Time: 1 – 4 p.m.
• Instructor: Karen Countryman-Roswurm, Ph.D., LMSW, Assistant Professor and Executive Director of the Center for Combating Human Trafficking, Wichita State
• Fee: $25 per person OR $35 per person with contact hours
• Location: Hughes Metropolitan Complex, 29th Street at Oliver