Osher Lifelong Learning Institute's Spring Classes Available

The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) at the University of Cincinnati will be offering classes on a wide variety of topics starting April 7. For a single fee of $75, adults aged 50 and older are invited to sign up for any number of eight-week courses. Classes are held at UC’s Uptown campus at Tangeman University Center, at Raymond Walters College in Blue Ash, and other convenient suburban locations.

Several UC alumni will be moderating in the spring, including Robert Smith on “Anglo-Irish Writers: Their Lives and Works,” Daniel Beaver on “Spies and Code-Breaking in the 20th Century,”  Heather Arden on “The Joy of Schubert,” Rollin Workman on “Ideas in Philosophy,” Paul Hurtubise on “Understanding Disease,” and Bill Dietzer on “Take a Hike.”

The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute is always looking to add to its roster of course moderators. It’s a great opportunity for retired or active professors to continue teaching their area of specialty or interest, in a volunteer capacity, to a mature audience.
For many of the people taking courses, OLLI represents a continuation of their UC education, as almost half had earlier attended and/or graduated from the University of Cincinnati. 

For more information, call the OLLI office at (513)556-9186, visit www.uc.edu/ace/olli/, or call board member Sally Moore at (513)984-2059.

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