Register for a history of architecture course in Chicago this summer

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On April 7, 2016

Dr. Jeff Schramm, associate professor of history and political science, will teach history 4001 “CHICAGO: Architecture, Technology and Culture,” May 16-27 in Chicago this summer. Enrolled students can explore the history of modern architecture and the dialogue between architecture and technology, society, economics, politics and culture in this class. The course cost is $3,500 and includes lodging at Roosevelt University. Meals and transportation to and from Chicago are not included. A $500 course deposit is due by Friday, April 15, full payment is due by Saturday, April 30, and refunds are unavailable after April 30. For more information, contact distance and continuing education at 341-4835 or

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