The University of Findlay’s fall 2018 Lifelong Learning Connections series (formerly known as Senior Forum), will begin in October. As always, it will feature a wide variety of intriguing presentations and enriching activities for those age 50 and older.
Sponsored by the Office of University Advancement, each three-part session, which will include experts from UF and the surrounding community, will be offered on Wednesday for four weeks. Participants may choose their level of involvement by attending one day or all four.
Registration can be made online at the Lifelong Learning Connections webpage, and will be held at the University’s Alumni Memorial Union on Frazer Street, unless otherwise noted for off-site locations.
Lifelong Learning fees are: $12 per day; $18 per day with lunch; or $5 per presentation. Selected days with lunch will cost $6.
Questions can be directed to Lifelong Learning organizer Kay Hoane at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The schedule is as follows:
Kris Napier, ProMedica Regional Metro Forensic Program coordinator and registered nurse
Experiencing the Land Down Under
Doris Salis, former coordinator of Senior Forum
Cultural Diversity Activities
UF Buford Center for Diversity and Service staff members
Ohio Farm Stories
Chris Denecker, Ph.D., English professor, chair of the English Department and Center for Teaching and Program Excellence director at UF; Sarah Sisser, Hancock Historical Museum executive director; and Megan Adams ’04, Ph.D., assistant professor of communication at UF.
UF Farm Field Trip
Advance registration is required for this session
Jacob Bowman, farm business manager for UF
Ice Cream, Candy and Chocolate, OH MY! Dietsch Brothers Tour
Superman’s 80th Anniversary
Chuck Coletta, Ph.D., lecturer, Bowling State University Department of Pop Culture
Journey Into Vietnam
Spencer Cunningham, art instructor at UF
The Secrets of Imagination
Daniel Chudzinski, UF Mazza Museum curator
Women Making a Difference: World War II’s First WAC Separate Battalion
Molly Cooper, Mazza Museum administrative assistant and accounting officer
Guardian of the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier
Bob Weinberg, founding father of Society of the Honor Guard and Flag City Honor Flight president; and Nichole Coleman, Hancock County Veterans Service Office executive director and county veterans service officer
“Old Blood and Guts” – The Story of World War II’s Controversial War Hero
Kenneth Hammontree, Ohio historian