A taste of Taos: The 2008 SMU-in-Taos Cultural Institute offers its annual “education vacations” July 17-20. Learn more about this year’s summer weekend courses, taught by SMU faculty at the University’s Northern New Mexico campus, at the Cultural Institute website. (Right, a Taos image by Mandy Dake, a student in the Cultural Institute’s popular Digital Photography course.)
Faculty Exhibition held over: SMU Libraries’ 2008 Faculty Recognition Exhibition has been held over through June 2. See your colleagues’ work in Fondren Library Center.
Summer camps and courses: SMU offers a variety of summer programs for students of all ages. Visit their websites to learn more and register online:
- Summer youth programs at SMU-in-Legacy in computer animation, LEGO technology, digital photography and more
- Creative and performing arts classes in Meadows Community Education
- Sports camps run by SMU Athletics head coaches and staff, featuring discounts for SMU faculty and staff members
- SMU Summer Term for college students
SMU Informal Courses has new offerings starting weekly during summer 2008. Take advantage of One-Day Web Sales on the first Friday of each month to receive discounts for online registration for selected courses.