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Seminars by Year

From 1999 - 2003, the Teachers as Scholars Project at the University of North Dakota offered 27 seminars to more than 450 K - 12 teachers. Soon, this page will feature detailed information about each seminar that was offered during the life of the Project. Please check back.

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Project Year 01: 1999 - 2000

  • Environmental Science: What is it Good For?
  • Dickens's David Copperfield
  • Ethnomathematics
  • The Muslim World at the Dawn of the New Millenium
  • Social and Moral Implications of the Advances in Biotechnology
  • Shakespeare and Film
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Project Year 02: 2000 - 2001

  • The Muslim World at the Dawn of the New Millenium
  • Adventures in Toxic Avenging
  • The History of Jazz and Blues
  • Being Digital: An Exploration of Life Experiences
  • Women's Place in Prehistory
  • Religious Worlds: Comparative Study of Religion
  • Dostoevsky's Crime and Punishment
  • Prairie and Wetland Landscapes: Finding Our Sense of Place
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Project Year 03: 2001 - 2002

  • A User's Guide to the Brain
  • Dead Men Do Tell Tales
  • Shake and Bake: Volcanoes, Earthquakes and Disasters
  • Truth and Fiction in Memoir
  • Through the Camera Lens: German History and Culture Seen Through Film
  • Maps and Men: Encounters in the 19th Century West
  • Contemporary Native American Art
  • Ozzie, Harriet and Beyond: The American Family
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Project Year 04: 2002 - 2003

  • A User's Guide to the Brain: Exploring Learning, Memory and Brain Functions
  • Winnipeg: The Social and Political History of a Prairie Metropolis
  • Pastries, Porcini and Puffer Fish: Food and Culture
  • On Stage! Sex and Gender Roles in Theatre
  • The Case for Space: Science and Exploration