Zentangle: Relax & Unleash Your Creative Side

Dates: June 4, 2020

Meets: Thurs. 10:00 AM (MDT): Webex Workshop Live

Registration (w/ materials): $27.00

Sorry, we are no longer accepting registrations for this course. Please contact our office to find out if it will be rescheduled, or if alternative classes are available.

Enrollment requires a 2019-2020 Wonderlust Membership or 2020 - 2021 Wonderlust Membership

In this course, Kristen Intemann, professor of philosophy in the MSU Department of History and Philosophy, will discuss a range of topics aimed at helping us think critically and responsibly about medical claims, scientific claims, political claims and claims made by and about the media. She will address questions such as: How do we know what to believe and what is…well…BS? How do we know whom to trust? What sources of evidence should we use? How can we distinguish real news from “fake” news? How can we assess evidence and recognize errors in reasoning? What are the ways that emerging technologies and social media may trick us?

Fee:   $27.00

Ellen Sagmyr

Ellen Sagmyr is an experiential educator and facilitator who works with individuals and groups, supporting their capacity to explore and develop their leadership skills, maximize their potential, and to do their best work in the world. She brings this experience, along with her M.A. in Organizational Leadership and her integral coach training, to her teaching. She is currently an instructor at MSU (JJCBE) and offers coaching and facilitation services through her business, Koru Integral.


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