Intro to Oklahoma Pre-History & Filipino Martial Culture Offered as CE Activities at SWOSU
Southwestern Oklahoma State University is offering two Continuing Education activities this summer on the Weatherford campus.
The CE activities include Filipino Martial Culture and Stones and Bones: An Introduction to Oklahoma Prehistory.
To enroll in one of the activities, a registration form and liability release form is located on the Continuing Education website (http://www.swosu.edu/administration/osp/ce/forms.asp). The forms, along with payment, can be turned in to the Office of Sponsored Programs (Administration Building 201).
For questions, contact Dr. Yolanda Carr at 580.774.7010 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The activities are:
Filipino Martial Culture
Instructor: Daniel Farris
Now – July 19
Mondays and Wednesdays
Wellness Center Large Aerobics Room (Room 145)
This activity is designed to teach various arnis defense techniques against empty-handed attacks and weapons. Participants will also be able to defend themselves in basic combat scenarios against knife, stick, sword, staff and other types of attacks. They will also learn about Filipino martial art philosophy and history.
Stones and Bones: An Introduction to Oklahoma Prehistory
Instructor: Lee Gregory
June 26 – July 24
7 – 8 p.m.
Campbell Building Room 206
This activity is designed to give participants knowledge and understanding of prehistoric artifacts and indigenous to the state of Oklahoma. Participants will be able to identify various types of artifacts in terms of their use and age and gain an appreciation of the ancient people who inhabited the state.