universities/colleges

April Sampson-Kelly askpv at ozemail.com.au
Thu May 28 23:17:00 EDT 1998


Good point!
This is true that you can always approach your Uni
to either get credit for an existing PDC or
ask to do one as part of your research units toward a Degree.
The Australian Correspondence School gives advanced standing (credit)
for people with PDC.
Anyone heard from the Henry Court at the University Without Walls in WA,
Australia?

> -----Original Message-----
> From: owner-permaculture at listserv.oit.unc.edu
> [mailto:owner-permaculture at listserv.oit.unc.edu]On Behalf Of Akiva
> Werbalowsky
> Sent: Thursday, 28 May 1998 14:18
> To: permaculture at listserv.oit.unc.edu
> Subject: Re: universities/colleges
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> David wrote:
> >My local university is planning an "Ecologicaly Sustainable
> Development" degree stream and I was thinking of lobbying for Pc to be
> included as a specific subject/s.
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> >I am looking to identify universities/colleges that have Pc in their
> curriculum and to learn how it operates.
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> >Maybe Akiva could share with us how students use the "continuing
> education units (CEUs)" available on his course?
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> David,
> My focus is living and learning permaculture while transforming the
> educational/industrial complex, rather than simply appeasing the
> approval/reward needs of a medieval hierarchy. Cal Poly is a "learn by
> doing" institution and therefore is perfect for permaculture studies.
> What students actually do with the "credits" they receive here or
> anywhere is a function of their own creativity and ability to have the
> system work for them rather than the other way around.
>
> I'm happy to share more with you privately or on the list, only if
> others are interested.
>
> Apeace,
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