Cameron University continues to offer summer workshops for students and community member in areas including painting, drawing, humanities, research methodologies and more.
The university will host a workshop on drawing and painting insects, birds and flora from June 20-23. For this course, there is a $75 lab fee that will cover the costs of art supplies including colored pencils, watercolor paints and paper.
June 24-25 there will be a workshop on managing conflict within a team or work environment. This course will focus on identifying difficult personality types and exploring the means to cope with them.
“These workshops are ideal for two types of learners,” Continuing Education and Outreach Coordinator Lorie Garrison said. “A summer workshop can fill the gap for current students who wish to complete some credit hours toward their degree yet do not have time to commit to a full-time summer course load. The workshops are also ideal for community members who are not actively pursuing a degree yet who want to expand their knowledge base.”
Interested participants should contact the Office of Adult and Continuing Education.