Engineer William Short brings to life the Viking sagas and shares how to analyze archeological finds.
• A five-day, Monday to Friday program:
9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. each day
• Optional extended care:
8:00 – 9:00 a.m. $50 per week and/or
4:00 – 6:00 p.m. $95 per week
• Bring your own lunch at Lasell University
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Rising 10th-12th grade students call (315) 773-5673
• Limited to 10 children, rising 5-7th or 8-10th grade
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• $25 sibling or multi-session discount applies
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• Child to instructor & assistant ratio is 5:1 or less
• Your instructor: William Short, Sc.D. engineer, author
Sc.D. Electrical Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
S.M. Electric Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
S.B. Electrical Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
William is the manager of Hurstwic, LLC, a Massachusetts-based firm that scientifically researches the Vikings, with a focus on their combat method, but with an interest in all things Viking. A special exhibit based on Hurstwic’s research in Viking-age iron smelting is now on display at the National Museum of Iceland, and Hurstwic’s book detailing the results of their twenty-year research program was published last year. William created training programs for younger Vikings both for Hurstwic and at the Higgins Armory Museum in Worcester, MA.