The Maui News - This summer's class schedule at University of Hawai'i Maui College has a few new flavors and faces. Included are many new instructors teaching a variety of media-based classes. The college will welcome Jess Cole, a filmmaker born and raised in Hawai'i. A well-traveled professional, Cole has worked on the production team in projects as diverse as "Lost" and "Pride & Prejudice." She will teach "Transmedia Storytelling: Make your own YouTube movie" and "Short Film and Video Production."
Denny Tillman, a digital photographer with 40 years of experience working with a variety of Fortune 500 companies, and as a past professor at the School of Visual Arts at New York University and the Fashion Institute of Technology, also in New York, will teach "Elements of Digital Photography."
The summer schedule also features classes on archaeology field techniques, Hawaiian ethno-botany, food science and human nutrition, business, science and social science classes, among others. Tuition has been lowered to $248 and $350 per credit hour for residents and nonresidents, respectively. For more information, visit www.maui.hawaii.edu.