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  • EPC Membership
    P C Roanoke VA Mr Glenn G Dillon Stifel Nicolaus Company Inc Lynchburg VA Mr Wayne M Epperly First Citizens Bank Roanoke VA Mr Eric H Ferguson Rhodes Ferguson Stone Ltd Rocky Mount VA Mr David A Furrow Furrow Keen Attorneys at Law Rocky Mount VA Mr Chris Gibson Franklin Community Bank Moneta VA Mr John C Gurley 89 Premier Advisors Roanoke VA Mr James E Jim Hall Jr Dixon Hubbard Fineour Roanoke VA Mr Eddie F Hearp CLU National Financial Services Inc Roanoke VA Mr Courtney Hoge CLU Courtney Hoge CLU Roanoke VA Mr James Paul Kent Jr Kent Kent PC Altavista VA Mr Alton L Knighton Jr Woods Rogers PLC Roanoke VA Mr Stephen W Lemon Martin Hopkins Lemon P C Roanoke VA Mr Ryan McEntire Brown Edwards Company Lynchburg VA Mr Brad E Mullins The Trust Company of Virginia Roanoke VA Mr Jaret Mutter Valley Bank Roanoke VA Ms Lynanne Newman BB T Wealth Martinsville VA Mr J Lee Osborne Woods Rogers PLC Roanoke VA Mr Bill Pullen Bill Pullen Associates Ferrum VA Mr Alexander I Saunders Woods Rogers PLC Roanoke VA Mr Ricky L Scott BB T Ferrum VA Mrs Deanna P Stone Rhodes Ferguson Stone

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  • E-term Courses
    in the field Students will be required to have a US passport and some immunizations Limit of 15 students in course Instructor Dr Glen Stevens Pre requisite none Travel abroad approx 15 days passport required Belize Credits 4 hr Fee 3000 00 Travel safety will be determined at the beginning of the course and could cause a revision of course plans or cancellation ESC 208 Ireland s Natural History Interaction of Nature and Culture This E Term course is designed for the study of the unique natural history of Ireland and the effects on the Irish people and their culture This course begins with two days of class on campus followed by a two week travel component through the countryside of Northern Ireland United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland Students will pick a topic to study related to Irish natural history and culture during the course upon return to campus students will be required to complete a paper and present their results in an oral presentation Airfare in country travel and entry fees to venues are included in costs as well as a daily big Irish breakfast Other expenses such as lunches dinners and personal items are the responsibility of the student Instructors Dr Bob Pohlad and Dr Carolyn Thomas Pre requisite none Travel abroad approx 2 weeks passport required Ireland Credits 4 hr Fee 3500 00 Travel safety will be determined at the beginning of the course and could cause a revision of course plans or cancellation ESC 390 Herpetology A comprehensive study of the biology ecology conservation and natural history of amphibians and reptiles Students will spend much of this course in the field learning species habitat relationships and becoming familiar with common species in southwestern Virginia Students will become familiar with different sampling and capture techniques used in herpetological research Students will spend much of this course in the field learning species habitat relationships and becoming familiar with amphibians and reptiles in southwestern Virginia Instructor Dr Todd Fredericksen Pre requisite none Travel regional travel Credits 4 hr Fee 50 00 HIS 303 The American Revolution Students will expand their understanding of the American Revolution during a guided tour of important historical sites in New Jersey North Carolina Pennsylvania and Virginia Discussions lectures and multimedia presentations on campus and during travel will enable students to appreciate the geographical architectural and topographical context of the American Revolution and allow them to process the information they gather at the sites Specially selected readings will help students maximize on site learning Tests will be administered daily during the tour and analytical papers will be submitted during the on campus portions of the course Instructor Dr Michael Trochim Pre requisite none Travel regional travel 9 days 7 nights eastern US Credits 3 hr Fee 800 00 MTH 105 Fundamentals of Mathematics This course introduces Liberal Arts students to multiple topics in Mathematics It helps students develop critical thinking skills improve their ability to analyze and solve problems and improve their use of mathematical skills and tools Topics covered will include a combination of Number Systems Algebra Geometry Probability and Statistics and selected other topics As an E term course there is a greater opportunity for instruction and one on one interaction due to the concentrated format of the term Instructor Professor Justin J Allen Pre requisite an R or passing grade A B or C in MTH 100 Travel none Credit 3 hr Fee 0 MTH 106 Math Manipulatives This three week course offers students a hands on approach to mathematics Different areas of mathematics will be examined including but not limited to algebra geometry and calculus Students understanding will be demonstrated through presentations and or demonstrations Instructor Dr Bryan Faulkner Pre requisite none Travel none Credit 3 hr Fee 0 PSY 298 Pre Professional Placement This course is designed to give students an opportunity to observe principles of psychology applied in practice in real life settings Students will be involved in a community setting observing psychologists psychotherapists social workers personnel managers behavior analysts parole officers and counselors in their work In the field of psychology and other areas students who are to compete for jobs upon graduation or even for graduate school placement are finding that they need to build professional skills through direct experience Although many programs have successful internship programs this course will offer students an opportunity to gain experience possibly enrich their major and check out the field in which they hope to be employed This placement will require a minimum of 36 hours in the field Students must provide their own transportation to placements The fee includes a stipend to help cover food and gas during placement travel Instructor Dr Angie Dahl Pre requisite PSY 201 and permission of the instructor Travel none as a class Credit 3 hr Fee 200 00 ECT Cultural and Heritage Tourism Guatemala REC 391 is an in depth exploration of cultural tourism in the living Maya Highlands of Guatemala Local examples of existing cultural sites and ecotourism destinations will be used as case studies to show the effectiveness of using community based tourism as a tool for local economic development strengthening community and preserving culture nature Additional topics will include the Maya cosmovision religion ceremonies traditions customs and legends as well as today s cultural and ecotourism industries marketing and market segmentation and the design and programming cultural and ecotourism tours Students must be physically able to take on challenging activities throughout the entire 3 week course Course limited to 12 students Instructor Dr Chris Mayer Pre requisite none Travel abroad Guatemala approx 2 5 weeks passport required Credit 3 hr Fee 3 000 00 Travel safety will be determined at the beginning of the course and could cause a revision of course plans or cancellation REL 207 HHP 149 Spirit of Adventure REL 207 The Spirit of Adventure Vocation Calling and Practice in the Methodist Tradition HHP 149 Spirit of Adventure Finding Vocation through Spiritual Wellness In this combined

    Original URL path: http://www.ferrum.edu/academics/student-centered_learning/experiential_term/courses.html (2016-02-01)
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  • E-term Forms & Downloads
    travel and or a fee over 2 000 00 Scholarships are available to students for one E Term only The printable SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION can be found on this link please copy print complete and submit to room 106 in the ARC ALL 2016 E Term scholarship applications MUST be submitted by 5 00 pm November 13 2015 to the Director of E Term room 106 in the ARC Your academic advisor may also have a paper copy of this form please check with them as you register for your spring classes Printed copies of the E Term Scholarship form will be also available in the pocket of room 106 in the Academic Resources Center Travel Forms Packet WILL BE PROVIDED BY YOUR E TERM COURSE INSTRUCTOR DURING THE SPRING SEMESTER You will need to complete the appropriate forms if your E term class involves travel local regional or abroad All forms and instruction will be distributed and reviewed by your professor during preparatory meetings in the spring semester prior to your E Term class Information For Future Students Accepted Students Current Students President s Welcome Alumni Friends and Donors Faculty and Staff Visitors Student Calendar Campus Safety Procedures Title IX

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  • Exam Schedule
    10 30 12 30 12 30 1 50 T TH 1 00 3 00 12 20 1 15 MWF 3 30 5 30 6 45pm 9 45pm T TH 6 45pm 9 45pm Friday April 29 11 00 12 20 T TH 8 00 10 00 10 10 11 05 MWF 10 30 12 30 11 15 12 10 MWF 1 00 3 00 6 45pm 9 45pm M 6 45pm 9 45pm Saturday April 30 8 00 8 55 MWF 8 00 10 00 1 25 2 20 MWF 10 30 12 30 2 00 3 20 T TH 1 00 3 00 6 45 9 45pm W 6 45 9 45pm Monday May 2 4 00 5 20 MWF 8 00 10 00 8 00 9 20 T TH 10 30 12 30 2 30 3 50 MWF 1 00 3 00 3 30 4 50 T TH 3 30 5 00 4 15 7 15 p m T TH 3 30 5 00 Information For Future Students Accepted Students Current Students President s Welcome Alumni Friends and Donors Faculty and Staff Visitors Student Calendar Campus Safety Procedures Title IX Information Related Pages Delayed Opening Compressed Schedule Early

    Original URL path: http://www.ferrum.edu/academics/schedule_of_classes/exam_schedule.html (2016-02-01)
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  • Experiential Learning
    education is an educational strategy that connects the classroom to the world beyond the classroom and theory with practice Ferrum College students complete an experiential component as part of their major Service learning is a form of experiential education in which students engage in activities that address individual and community needs employing structured opportunities intentionally designed to promote student learning and development Reflection and mutual benefit for student college and community are key concepts of service learning Service learning may involve various forms of research and scholarship Examples of Experiential Opportunities in Ferrum Majors Agriculture Biology English Political Science Recreation Leadership Theatre Arts For more see the list of majors and minors Internships at Ferrum Internships are an important part of many Ferrum majors Experiential Term E Term A three week term in May which offers Ferrum students opportunities for hands on learning experiences Career Services Office The Career Services Office has resources on internships and other experiential opportunities for Ferrum students International Programs International Programs bring international students to our campus and offer unique study abroad and internship opportunities to American students studying at Ferrum Information For Future Students Accepted Students Current Students President s Welcome Alumni Friends and

    Original URL path: http://www.ferrum.edu/academics/student-centered_learning/experiential_learning/index.html (2016-02-01)
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  • Ferrum College Radio
    file in your audio player to listen Ferrum Radio is always willing to help out new bands and artists While hearing new material on the air waves every day can sometimes seem to be as unlikely as spontaneous human combustion WFFC has a different mission from other stations you might hear on the air in your area We know how difficult it can be to get any air time on the radio especially if you haven t established a name for yourself yet If only you could get that one foothold just a little air time then someone would hear you know who you are and more will listen If you or someone you know are working to make a foundation putting out quality music WFFC wants you on the air If the player does not work please open this link in your media player Send Your Press Kit to Ferrum College Radio C O Ferrum College P O Box 1000 Ferrum VA 24088 Information For Future Students Accepted Students Current Students President s Welcome Alumni Friends and Donors Faculty and Staff Visitors Student Calendar Campus Safety Procedures Title IX Information Related Pages About Us Clubs and Organizations Ferrum College

    Original URL path: http://www.ferrum.edu/student_links/student_leadership_engagement/student_radio.html (2016-02-01)
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  • Special Events
    fifteen teams Pizza and Prizes Fly Fishing Fish for native brook trout or stocked trout out of two different streams Learn fly fishing techniques from the experienced guides from Angler s Lane at their private fishing lodge Rivenridge Transportation equipment breakfast and luch provided Information For Future Students Accepted Students Current Students President s Welcome Alumni Friends and Donors Faculty and Staff Visitors Student Calendar Campus Safety Procedures Title IX

    Original URL path: http://www.ferrum.edu/student_links/student_leadership_engagement/outdoors/special_events.html (2016-02-01)
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  • FloydFestPLUS!
    at the Blue Ridge Institute Farm Museum located on campus Breakfast will be available each morning before it s time to board the shuttle and head for the FloydFest site Once there you will enjoy a full day of music arts entertainment plus special educational programming before heading back to campus by shuttle for a hot shower and good night s sleep FloydFest 16 will be held July 27 31 2016 Accommodations amenities include Rooms with two single beds and private bathrooms Bed and bath linens no maid service or linen exchange Breakfast each morning Free Wi fi Elevator Air conditioning Handicapped accessible Convenient parking Kitchen laundry facilities Comfortable lounge areas All rooms are non smoking Pets are not allowed Subway centrally located on campus Metro Deli Papa John s and Blue Ridge Burgers opening fall 2015 across the street from campus hours may vary College police on duty 24 x 7 Blue Ridge Institute Farm Museum exhibit tours within walking distance Daily Shuttle Service Listed room rates include shuttle service to and from FloydFest Shuttle Schedule tentative Day Depart Ferrum Depart FloydFest Wednesday 2pm 12am Thursday 2pm 12am Friday 11am 12am Saturday 11am 12am Sunday 11am 7pm Please note

    Original URL path: http://www.ferrum.edu/campus_life/events/floydfestplus/index.html (2016-02-01)
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