Terrific Talks and Tours Planned for Fall ’19 Lifelong Learning Connections
Lifelong Learning Connections, formerly known as Senior Forum, will be offering several sessions in October.
Hosted by the University of Findlay and sponsored by the Office of University Advancement, the program provides opportunities for additional learning about interesting topics. The sessions, hosted by University experts and those from the region, will be held during three Wednesdays in October in the University’s Alumni Memorial Union (AMU) on Frazer Street. Participants may choose their level of involvement by attending as many sessions as they wish.
Lifelong Learning fees are $5 per session. Lunch, which is optional, costs $6 each day. To register, click here, or contact organizer Kay Hoane at firstname.lastname@example.org. Those who wish to have a brochure with a registration form mailed to them can request it. Transportation will be available for those attending all off-campus sessions; seating will be limited and vans will depart the AMU at 10 a.m.
The following sessions will be offered:
“Critical Decisions: Protecting our Nation in Times of Disaster”
U.S. Army Chaplain (Brigadier General) Kenneth “Ed” Brandt ’81.
“Saving Lives at Home and Abroad”
Dr. Doug Yoder, retired U.S. Colonel, surgeon
Tara Smith, Director, University of Findlay Cosiano Health Center
“Findlay Women, Findlay Leaders”
Findlay Mayor Christina Muryn ’14 and Lydia Mihalik ’02, Ohio Development Services Agency director for Governor Mike DeWine.
“Daniel Boone: Icon and Folk Hero”
Ken Hammontree, historical figure impersonator, Living History Productions
“Fit to Achieve”
Jim Steffen ’94, owner of XT Fitness
“Alzheimer’s Art, and Occupational Therapy”
Linsey Buddelmeyer ’03, M ’05, assistant professor in UF’s Occupational Therapy Program
Sarah Crisp, Founding Executive Director, Awakening Minds Art
“Career Success: Millstream Tour”
Pam Hamlin ’94, M ’98, Millstream Career Center director
“Horses Up Close: Tour the James L. Child, Jr. English Equestrian Center”
Jake Bowman ’05, M ’14, UF farm business manager