Have you always wanted to sharpen your creative writing skills, explore the benefits of meditative practices, or learn more about the history of glass production in Morgantown? Whether you’re looking to build on a skill or explore a subject that interests you, West Virginia University Continuing and Professional Education is offering a variety of new and interesting workshops this summer for you.
Are you considering taking your creative writing skills to the next level and also want to meet with people who share your same passion for writing? In “Creative Writing Critiques & Tips,” not only will you improve your written skills, you’ll also gain a better understanding of yourself and your writing style in this four week interactive workshop. With this class you will grow as a writer by receiving writing tips to help hone your voice, improve your understanding of the current publication market, and gain the tools needed to polish your work for publication. Class will be held on the following dates: July 9, July 23, August 6, and August 13. Registrations close June 8.
With having both physical and psychological benefits, there is an obvious reason why meditation has been around for thousands of years. Gain a better understanding of the beneficial aspects it has to offer for your life in our new course “Meditation – Quieting the Mind.” From stress management to emotional control, learn why and how meditation works and experience different types of meditative sessions in this two week workshop. Class will be held on the following dates: June 14, 16, 21 and 23. Registrations close June 13.
Do you enjoy learning about local history? Would you like to know more about the actual techniques used in manufacturing glass tableware? Learn about glass production in America between 1890 and 2000 in the “hand glass” industries, the history of glass production in Morgantown and some of its social effects on the community with this new two day workshop called “Glass from Morgantown.” Class will be held on the following dates: June 4 and June 11. Registrations close June 3.
See the complete catalog and register online at http://continuinged.wvu.edu. WVU Continuing and Professional Education provides professional and personal enrichment for the lifelong learner. For additional information, call 1-800-253-2762.