Step inside LearningLife’s Cabinet of Curiosities
LearningLife courses offer you a place in the community of the inquisitive, and the opportunity to learn from—and question— some of the brightest minds the University has to offer. Topics include art, design, literature, history, world cultures, science and the environment, life transitions, current events, and more.
The Fall Sampler is your chance to learn about some of this season’s unique offerings—for free! The LearningLife Cabinet of Curiosities is open… won’t you step inside and join us?
Get a FREE sneak peek as three LearningLife instructors offer a preview of three of our fall courses.
September 15, 2015, 6:30−8 p.m.
See a preview of:
Water: Resources, Challenges, Sustainability with Deborah Swackhamer. Water (its availability and sustainability) is one of the most pressing issues in the world today. Learn about some of our most critical water challenges, discuss our state’s approach to water sustainability, and envision solutions for preserving our most valuable resource.
Genomes: Understanding Your Body’s Ancestry with David Matthes. Let us introduce you to… well, you. Delve into the science of genomes, explore your ancestors’ regions of origin, and shed some light on relationships with relatives using your own genome sequence.
The Long and Short of It with Jim Heynen. Consider writing your life’s story: daunting, right? But what if you approached it in snatches, snippets, scenes? See how focusing on the small, significant moments can fill that blank page with power-packed verbal snapshots.
Register online or call 612-624-4000.
All attendees receive a 15-percent discount on a LearningLife short course, one-day immersion, or seminar. See more information on available discounts.