A varied schedule of noncredit courses is available for you throughout the year.
Catalogs are published in August, December, and February.
Look for the print version of the OLLI at UC catalog in the mail.
The Winter 2016 catalog will be posted online by December 1.
The PDF of the Winter 2016 catalog is available online by clicking the image below.
WINTER 2016 CATALOG CORRECTIONS
3633 How What You See Came to Be
Thursdays, Jan. 21-Mar. 3, 9-10:20 am (ADI) $5
This course explains how things around you here on earth—such as igneous, sedimentary, and metamorphic rocks; different kinds of volcanoes (Are there different kinds of volcanoes?); Hawaii, and Yellowstone came into existence and what is going to happen to them all. Each class consists of a DVD from The Great Courses Company, supplemented by remarks from the moderator. This is not a geology course, nor is it a discussion of 3,000 different kinds of rocks.
Moderator: Richard Longshore, MD, is a graduate of XU and Univ. of Louisville College of Medicine. He is NOT a geologist, but he has an interest in what we see around us and especially how it got here.