2010-11 Catalog

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Offering Description

The Authentic Self: Becoming an Instrument of Change

Fall and Winter quarters

Faculty: Marcella Benson-Quaziena human and organizational systems, Marla Elliott performance, voice, community studies

Fields of Study: communications, music, psychology and theater

Fall: CRN (Credit) Level 10224 (8) Jr - Sr  

Winter: Enrollment Accepting New Students  CRN (Credit) Level 20157 (8) Jr - Sr  

Credits: 8(F); 8(W)

Class Standing: Junior - Senior

Offered During: Weekend


You are the most powerful and versatile tool you have. Do you know who are you and what you stand for? Is that who you want to be? How can you use your presence as an instrument of change? How do you know what you evoke/provoke in others? How do you move in the world with awareness of your authentic self? The ability to communicate and influence is crucial to our effectiveness as we move through many systems. This program is designed for students who want to develop skills of self-knowledge and "use of self" as an instrument of social change.

Maximum Enrollment: 50

Advertised Schedule: 9a-5p Sat/Sun (fall: Oct 2, 9 [field trip to Seattle], 23-24, Nov 20, Dec 11-12; winter: Jan 8, 22-23, Feb 12-13, Mar 12-13)

Required Fees: Fall: $32 per student for theatre tickets; Winter: $10 for art materials, possible addition fee TBA    

May be offered again in: 2013-14

Preparatory for studies or careers in: psychology, performing arts, and communications.

Campus Location: Olympia

Online Learning: Hybrid Online Learning < 25% Delivered Online

Books: www.tescbookstore.com