This course focuses on analysis of ASL Discourse structure and features, such as use of space for cohesion, depiction, discourse markers, and use of classifiers. The course also focuses on the use of ASL discourse in formal and informal settings. Students study the genres of dialogues, public speaking, artistic expression, debate, persuasive and narrative styles in ASL.This course contains no sessions
This course will introduce contaminant toxicology, hazard identification, site operations and management, and provide an overview of related regulations. It provides information related to environmental site management scopes of work, cost estimations, proposal generation, sub-contractor relationships, and budgets. Monitoring equipment, drum and container sampling, decontamination, and confined space designations will be presented. General safety hazards, personal protective equipment (PPE) and levels of PPE protection, drill rig safety, hazard communication and medical surveillance, and development of health & safety plans, will also be presented. Satisfies the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response (HAZWOPER) 40-Hourrequirement with a culminating certificate.This course contains no sessions
This 1-hour course focuses on field and laboratory sampling techniques. It will cover topics related to soil, groundwater, and air sampling (for example, direct-push, sonic rig, and split spoon sampling), as well as low-flow sampling and the use of summa canisters. Though the majority of the course will be completed online, a mandatory field day will be held in Lawrence, KS on Sep 30th to put our new knowledge to use.This course contains no sessions
The course offers an overview on basic field methods for characterization of hydrologic systems. Topics to be covered include physical and chemical characterization techniques, such as: how to measure water levels; perform single well and aquifer tests; unsaturated zone parameterization; inorganic, organic, isotopic, and dissolved gas characterization; groundwater-surface water characterization techniques, and geophysical techniques for hydrogeology. Additionally, the class will visit a variety of sites of hydrogeologic interest.This course contains no sessions
This course is a 4-week introduction to aquifer parameter testing methods, focusing specifically on pumping and slug testing. These methods are ubiquitously used to assess aquifers during environmental investigations. The course is hosted online with one mandatory field day, which will be held on June 24th at the GEMS site in Lawrence, KS!This course contains no sessions
Participants of Willmott's Master Class will explore the creative method necessary to become a successful professional screenwriter or filmmaker. The class will place special emphasis on creating a screenplay from the ground up and then taking it through the complete process of producing and directing it into a feature film.
Willmott will derive examples from his own work, including his ultra-low budget films such as "C.S.A.: The Confederate States of America", "Destination: Planet Negro!" and "Jayhawkers" to big budget studio features like "The 24th"th, "BlacKkKlansman" and "Da 5 Bloods".
As the third in a series of three microcredentials on personalizeable education, this microcredential focuses on applying the concepts and background material introduced in the two previous microcredentials in this series to develop action plans for personalizing education.June 1, 2023 to May 1, 2024, Self-paced Online Training
The University of Kansas Edwards Campus Jayhawk Global Regents Center 125 12600 Quivira Rd. Overland Park, KS 66213
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