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Human Relations
Written by Kelly Powell   
Wednesday, 07 January 2015 00:00
with Elise Davis

alt Mon & Wed / 6:50 - 8:20pm / Sep 9–Dec 14
REGISTER BY: Sep 3
Twenty Eight 1.5-hour sessions / 3 credits / ABUS F154 / CRN 77830
Cost: TBA + books
Purchase books through http://www.crcd-gotbooks.com/

This course will be delivered over the Internet using audio conference, Blackboard and Blackboard Collaborate.

In this course, learn about the crucial role that relationships play in the workforce. Today’s workers must demonstrate interpersonal skills in order to be hired, to be effective, to work successfully with others, and to receive promotions. Students will examine seven major themes of human relations: communication, self-awareness, self-acceptance, motivation, trust, self-disclosure, and conflict resolution. Through lectures, discussions, and self-reflections we will look at the way we interact with others and how we can create a more positive and effective work environment. We will also explore the history of human relations in the business sector and how it has evolved over the years.

Elise Davis has a wide variety of experience in the human relations field having been a teacher, school principal and children’s home director.
 
Knitting Gloves and Mittens
Written by Kelly Powell   
Monday, 19 May 2014 08:50
with Loretta Bullard

alt Tue & Thurs / 6:00pm - 9:00pm / Sep 8-Sep 22
REGISTER BY: Sep 1
1 credit / CRN 79811 / APAR F150P, N01 Cost: TBA

Learn to make gloves and/or mittens in this class. Learn circular knitting with double-pointed needles, how to make thumb openings of various styles, make fingers for gloves or shape the hand for mittens. Learn how to add durability to your gloves if you are using delicate fibers. Students must have basic knitting knowledge/skills with the ability to knit and purl. Students must provide their own materials, contact NWC prior to the start of class for a materials list. Limited to 10 students.

Loretta Bullard has been knitting since she was a child. She specializes in qiviut and is an especially accomplished knitter of gloves.
 
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