Crowder social science course to have local appeal
May 31, 2015
In recognition of Southwest Missouriís rural heritage, the Crowder College Social Science Division has announced that HIST 113, a comprehensive and in-depth study of agricultural, technological, and economic themes through American history from early colonization to the twentieth century, will be added to the Crowder College curricula. It will be taught by Denna Clymer and meet from 2:30-4:30 p.m.on Mondays on the Neosho campus, 601 Laclede Ave.

Both students and members of the community are encouraged to consider enrolling in this course. For more information contact Clymer by e-mail here or Social Science Division Chair, Keith Zoromski here.

Go Back

Comments

You are currently not logged in. If you wish to post a comment, please first log in.

 ThreadAuthorViewsRepliesLast Post Date

No comments yet.