SLIG Extended

 

Two programs are available for SLIG students to take advantage of during the week following SLIG: Guided Research and Consultation with Craig R. Scott, and DNA Consultations with Karen Stanbary. For information on how to register for this and other special events, please refer to this FAQ.

Guided Research and Consultation

January 19-24, 2019

Craig R. Scott, CG, FUGA

This optional event provides SLIG students the opportunity to stay and research with guided assistance and obtain consultation about their research. Students will meet in small groups daily to discuss research challenges and receive guidance.

Craig R. Scott, coordinator, will meet with all students Saturday evening at 7:00 pm for introductions and provide the weekly schedule. He will also be available throughout the week for additional consultation as necessary.

Students should bring all of their existing research in print or digital format and be prepared with a focused research question specific to a time frame, location, and individual or couple.

The last group meeting will be held on Thursday, but sufficient lodging is available for students to stay on through Saturday for additional research as desired. The Family History Library will be open on Monday until 5:00 pm, Tuesday through Friday from 8:00 am to 9:00 pm., and Saturday from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm.

Student Requirements

  • Participation is restricted to those registered for a SLIG course
  • Registration will be included with Special Events, which open on September 15
  • Lodging arrangements should be made separately; the SLIG block rate is available

Tuition

$375

DNA Consultation

January 21-22, 2019

Karen Stanbary, MA, LCSW, CG

Karen Stanbary, MA, LCSW, CGIndividual consultations are available on Monday and Tuesday following SLIG to help you focus in on your specific DNA research challenges. Students may register for both SLIG Extended and SLIG DNA Extended; SLIG will work with coordinators to avoid overlap of sessions. Consultation time: one hour.

Students should bring all of their related research in print or digital format and be prepared to provide a short overview of the focus question at hand.

Student Requirements

  • Participation is restricted to those registered for a SLIG course
  • Registration will be included with Special Events, which open on September 15

Fee

$90