Seeking retired faculty to teach top students!

Norlin Scholars Program is looking for retired faculty to teach one-credit electives to a diverse group of talented students in Fall 2007 and Spring 2008Norlin students must take a couple of Norlin classes as part of the Norlin Scholarship Program requirements.  Many of them enjoy the intellectual camaraderie and opportunity offered by a one-credit elective in which they can bring their own academic training and expertise to bear on the course material.  Norlin Scholars come from all disciplines and colleges, but often have multiple interests and majors.

Courses must:

Norlin seminars are capped at 15 or 18, depending on professor preference.
Compensation is $2000.

Courses that have been taught in the past include:  Bioethics, Literary Journalism, Media and the Elections, and Ethnomusicology.

Send short course proposals or questions to Joan Gabriele at
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