October 28, 2009

In addition to the syllabus provided in advance of the Institute, each participant will be given a letter of attendance stating the number of hours and number of pages of assigned readings completed during the Institute. In almost all cases, this will satisfy participants’ needs for their professional development programs. However, participants will also have the option to register for a three-credit distance delivery course offered by the University of Alaska Anchorage (UAA), in association with this 2010 summer NEH Churchill institute in England.

Participants who have been officially accepted for participation in the NEH-funded Churchill Centre Teacher Institute “Winston Churchill and the Anglo-American Relationship” may register for a UAA course offering three 500-level credits. These post-baccalaureate credits are generally intended as professional development for educators and other professionals.

Participants may register for UAA credit beginning March 24, 2010. Participants may choose to register for credit either in political science (PS A590) or in history (HIST A590). Each of these courses is three credits and costs $150. These distance delivery courses will run from July 11 to 31, 2010.

Click on the appropriate link below (PS or HIST) for detailed online enrollment instructions.

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PS A590 Winston Churchill and the Anglo-American Relationship
HIST A590 Winston Churchill and the Anglo-American Relationship

For additional registration information or assistance, participants may contact Sally Love at [email protected], (888) 822-8974 or (907) 786-1934. You are encouraged to complete registration before leaving the United States. Sally’s office hours are Monday through Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. (Alaska Daylight Time, which is one hour past Pacific Daylight Time). For information on the courses’ content, participants should see the final schedule for the institute or may contact Professor James W. Muller at (907) 786-4740 or [email protected].


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