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Adult education

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Denver Institute for Jewish Studies Records

Identifier: B432
Abstract The Denver Institute of Jewish Studies was established in 1963 to streamline adult Jewish studies throughout East Denver. There had been a frequent overlap and lack of organzation between the synagogues that offered courses. The Institute worked to coordinate and streamline adult educational programs. It is an independent non-profit organization, but collaborates with the Rocky Mountain Rabbinical Council. The courses rotated between the BMH, Temple Emanuel and Temple Sinai. Rabbi Daniel...
Dates: 1964-2021

James Davis Papers

Identifier: M334
Dates: Other: Date Not Yet Determined

Sharon Greenleaf La Pierre Papers

Identifier: M442
Abstract Dr. Sharon Greenleaf La Pierre's career in art and art education spans more than 30 years, beginning with design and textile crafts at several community colleges. Dr. La Pierre developed departments at those colleges dedicated to design and weaving, while she continued to develop her own craft as an exhibiting artist. Earning a Ph.D. in Education (with a focus on Curriculum Leadership) in 1987, Dr. La Pierre has since lead a number of foundations and conferences, notably one at the...
Dates: 1973-2017