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MICHIGAN

DILjwY

SUNDAY, JANUARY 13, 1929

AMW

NEr LEGUE"BILDING
TO OPEt N R'ESIUh
Ahnunif04 hs 'Of T e nt ati v
Courses May Be Procured Now
'In Dc-a's Office
SESSON CAfNS JUNE 4~
Plans 'for the Summer Session o
1929 'will include several entirel
f new features and expansions o
many old departments, according
to an Yannoincerent by ean Ed
ward 11.4raus. Among the inrio
vationhs will be 'courses in aero
nautical engineering, a summe
camrpz for 'foestry students, a °Ipe
cial' advanced "field course in ge
ography, Arind some 'short terny
courses.
TMe special campuis edition of th
abridged a nnouncenients for th
sumnier session is 'now n ea
Kraus' office in University hal
and is available for those student
who are planning their second se
mester elections to coincide 'wit]
summer school courses, if they be
lieve such to be necessary.
Will Use League Building
The announcement makes publi
the fact that the new Women'
League building will be open to a
women stuidents of the surie
session, all women 'enrolled becom
ing members on entering the ses
sign.
The session will begin work o:
June 24, the Law school, howeve
starting on June 17. The sessio
will end on August 16 for all school
and colleges except the Law schoo
which closes on August 29.
The present announcement
only a nearly-complete list of th
courses to be given, and there wi
be ,several changes in the complet
announcement which will probabl
be ready by March 15.
A special announcement con
cerning the changes and innova
tions which Dean Kraus "issued,i
as follows:
A series 'of' short term courses b
be conducted for four weeks. Then
courses will be given in the Scho
of Education and are designed b
meet the needs of superintendent
supervisors, and teachers who can
not find 'the timhe to enroll for th
regular eight wees session. For th
most part these courses will be o
graduate character and may be ap
plied toward advanced degrees. Th
first series will begin with the open
ing of the Summer Session -an
cotinue for four wreeks, and the:
will be followed by the secon
series of courses for the last fou
weeks of the general session.
A number of non-credit week-en
courses on educational subjects wi
be arranged. Over each week-en
a general educational problem wi
be considered. These course
should appeal to those educato
who desire to inform themselves o
the latest developments in som
specialized field of education bu
are unable to spend more than
week-end at the University.
Foreign Experts To Come
In the department of Psycholog
arrangemients have been made t
give two courses which will involv
the participation of six eminen
foreign psychologists who will be i
this country to attend the Interna
tional Congress of Psychology
These courses will be under th
general supervision of Professor W~
B.. Pillsbury. The University o

Michigan is cooperating wit~h fly,
other Summier Sessions in thes+
courses.
The departiment of Physics wil
again conduct a symposium of
theoretical physics. Several leadin3
physicists from England, Germany
and the United States have bee;
appointed to lead the discussions.
To Have New' Sumnier Camp
A camp for the students of th+
School of Forestry and Conserva
tion will be conducted for the firs
time. This camp will probably b+
located in the Upper Peninsula o
Michigan.
'Special advanced courses will b+
given in the College of Engineer,
in'g, which should appeal to prac.
ticing engineers and to teachers -o
anjd graduate students_ in' Engineer.
in~g Mechanics, Mathematics, an(
the various professional subject,
such as Civil, Electrical, Mechanical
and Aeronautical Engineering.
Several courses in Aeron'autica
Engineering will be given for thf
first t ime during the summer.
New Field Course Planned
A special advanced field course iri
geography, to be conducted iri
Michigan, will be offered for thi
first timhe. This course will b
given under the direction of Pro-
fessor X,. C. McMurry, under the
joint auspices of the University o:
Michigan and the State.
The Public Health Institutes;
which were introduced several
;years agoi and have proved very
,muccessful, will be continued.
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