New Class: The Deepwater Horizon Tragedy: A Scientific and Artistic Inquiry

Want to do something productive with your summer? Need another credit? Consider taking the Deepwater Horizon Tragedy: A Scientific and Artistic Inquiry taught by Professor Barry Chernoff  this summer.

Thinking about taking a summer class?  Consider taking The Deepwater
Horizon Tragedy: A Scientific and Artistic Inquiry, taught by Prof.
Barry Chernoff  this summer. The class is aimed at arts students, but
is open to everyone, and will be taking an all-expensed paid trip to
the Gulf Coast/New Orleans for 10 days to look at the recent Deepwater
Horizon tragedy. By exploring the gulf oil spill from both an artistic
and scientific standpoint, the class will learn the science of the
Gulf Coast region and the ecological impact of the oil spill as well
as artistic tools and methods that will enable them to understand the
science at a deeper level, and make the research and the meaning of
that research visible to an audience through their art.

Take advantage of this rare and important opportunity! There are only
7 seats still available- so sign up while you have free time over
break. Check out the wesmaps link.