LearningLife offers a wide-ranging, innovative portfolio of high-quality noncredit offerings for those who seek learning experiences that are academically rigorous, intellectually challenging, and both personally and professionally enriching.

Taught by University faculty, and scholars and professionals from the community, LearningLife’s quarterly roster of short courses, seminars, and one-day immersions are an invitation to take part in rich, meaningful experiences that highlight the knowledge resources of the University within a community of engaged and active learners.

Subject areas include, but are not limited to: World View, History and Society, Science and the Environment, Literature and Reading, Art and Design, and Living Well.

Cabinet of Curiosities Fall Sampler

Step inside LearningLife’s Cabinet of Curiosities

September 15, 2015, 6:30−8 p.m.

Get a FREE sneak peek as LearningLife instructors preview three of our fall courses:

Water: Resources, Challenges, Sustainability with Deborah Swackhamer
Genomes: Understanding Your Body’s Ancestry with David Matthes
The Long and Short of It with Jim Heynen

For more information or to reserve your seat, visit the Curiosity Cabinet.

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