Summer 2014 Workshops for Teachers
UW-Whitewater School of Graduate Studies and Continuing Education
(800) 621-5376 - firstname.lastname@example.org
Provides information on a wide variety of natural resources, issues, and methods, including interaction between the elements of the natural environment, the condensed energy in physical and biological systems, interaction between people and the environment, and methods of integrating environmental education in the classroom. This workshop will cover all grade levels. Registration closes one week prior to the starting date.
June 25 & 26 (Wed/Thu); 8:30 a.m. to 4:15 p.m.
Wehr Nature Center, Whitnall Park, Franklin, WI
Instructor: Ms. Debra McRae, Wehr Nature Center
1 undergraduate credit
CONTEMPORARY INDIAN ISSUES
Designed to enhance teachers' awareness and knowledge of Wisconsin Indian tribal history, culture, educational concerns, and economic and political issues. The format provides 12 hours of classroom instruction at UW-Whitewater and participation in a 3-hour field event to be arranged.
This class satisfies ONLY the first human relations stipulation: "All license applicants must complete preparation in minority group relations, including specific attention to the history, culture, and tribal sovereignty of American Indian tribes and bands located in Wisconsin."
June 19 & 20 (Thu/Fri); 9:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m.
Winther Hall 2013, UW-Whitewater
Instructor: Ms. Dona Yahola, UW-Whitewater
1 undergraduate credit
Summer 2014 Tuition
|1 Undergraduate Credit (WI resident)||$315.76|
|1 Undergraduate Credit (Non-resident)||$631.30|
|1 Undergraduate Credit (MN resident)||$327.19|
|Contact Minnesota Office of Higher Education, (800) 657-3866|
New or returning students may download the form below and return via email to email@example.com or fax to 262-472-5027.
Once admitted, you will receive information via email about your Net ID and password for logging into WINS to accept the Terms and Conditions for summer. You will use the same Net ID and password to login to UW-Whitewater email, which is how billing statements are sent. Be sure to check your UW-W email regularly.
Information Sheet (Word document). Includes information on admission, registration, the WINS system, billing and fee payment, payments by credit card, and requesting grade reports and transcripts.
Last update: 2/18/14