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Fashion The Careers International Fashion School The Fashion School THE ONLY FASHION SCHOOL SCHOOL SPECIALIZING IN IN THE ONLY FASHION SPECIALIZING SHORT-TERM FASHION TRAINING SHORT-TERM FASHION TRAINING Fashion Careers International ed-u-ca-tion’12 GUIDE special advertising section BEST OF L.A. CLASSES MILLER INTRODUCTION TO JUDAISM PROGRAM at American Jewish University Executive Director: Rabbi Adam Greenwald For nearly half a century, the Miller Introduction to Judaism Program at American Jewish University has served both Jews and non-Jews who seek meaning in Jewish living and a connection to the Jewish community. This 18-session, university-accredited course explores both Judaism’s greatest and most revolutionary ideas as well as the nuts and bolts of day-to-day Jewish living. Students can join the course (offered at multiple Los Angeles locations and supplemented with Shabbat retreats and individualized mentor-ship) at any time and complete it at their own pace. 3-Month Programs! Fashion Design Fashion Styling Fashion Merchandising Adam Greenwald. Photo by Cheryl Kaufman Photography. Classes: Starting Now! 213.688.4936 “In each and every course, an ancient tradition refreshes itself and comes alive in a brand-new way with the input of the rich diversity of people who find their way to the Introduction to Judaism Program,” said Rabbi Adam Greenwald, the program’s executive director. “Our students become our partners in shaping a renewed Jewish future.” SHEPHERD UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF CONTEMPORARY MUSIC Shepherd University School of Music is Los Angeles’ most dynamic music school specializing in contemporary performance, composition and production. Shepherd University offers an extraordinary faculty of world-renowned artists, composers, and music educators set to prepare you for an exciting career in today’s music industry. Our state-of-the-art facilities provide you with the technology and training for real success in the fi eld of music. Nurit Katz. Photo by Derek Liu. PRINCIPLES OF SUSTAINABILITY I: ENVIRONMENTAL DIMENSION at UCLA Extension Instructor: Nurit Katz, Chief Sustainability Officer at UCLA Taught with palpable passion by UCLA Chief Sustainability Officer Nurit Katz, this class is the first core course in UCLA Extension’s Global Sustainability Certificate program. It serves as an introduc-tion to the broad field of sustainability (from sustainable agriculture to corporate responsibility to design) by offering the analytical frameworks and tools to help students tackle contemporary social and environmental challenges. 8 GRAMMY AWARDS AMONG OUR PROFESSORS Increase your knowledge-base with education in the classroom and hone your skills with experience in a studio “A perfect blend of theory, empirical evidence, sobering conclusions, and inspiring optimism; this course pushes beyond the boundaries of ‘going green’ and forces students to reconsider some of their most fundamental beliefs about humanity’s role in the world,” said student Ian Kenny. “This course set the stage for a variety of courses that I would go on to take over the next year and a half, allowing me to view new and exciting course material through a critical and vibrant new lens.” POLITICAL COMMUNICATION at UCLA Instructor: Prof. Tim Groeling One of the core required courses in the Communications Studies major, professor Tim Groeling’s Political Communication class is a broad survey course covering the history, causes, and effects of political news. Groeling’s approach is unusually interactive, illustrating key concepts with examples, surveys and experiments that draw on students’ own experiences to drive key points home. Dr. Otmaro Ruiz Dr. Mauricio Guererro Prof. Jimmy Branly Dr. Abraham Laboriel Dr. Daniel Indart Dr. Oscar Hernandez Prof. Allen HInds CERTIFICATE, BACHELOR & MASTER’S DEGREE PROGRAMS PERFORMANCE PRODUCTION FILM SCORING COMPOSITION SONGWRITING CHRISTIAN MUSIC Enrolling for Spring You + Us = tour | bus! Tim Groeling. click on “Music” | 3200 N. San Fernando Road, Los Angeles, CA 90065 | (213) 365-9002 “The best example of this is the core project in the class, in which students make commercials for a fictitious presidential campaign,” Groeling, Associate Professor and Chair of UCLA Department of Communication Studies, explained. “I’ve been doing this project since 2002, and students tell me that nothing is more effective at driving home the power and limitations of this form of politi-cal discourse. They also tell me that they have become much more sophisticated consumers of advertising (and news, in fact) after having made their own ads.” ( 202 ) LA WeekLy / OCTOBER 5-11, 2012 /

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