DAYTON — The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at the Univesity of Dayton (UD), a community outreach program that brings people to campus to participate inseminars led mostly by volunteers, is offering a winter program.
Participation ahs more than tripled since March 1994, when UD piloted the peer-run program. Participants can choose to attend as many seminars as they can schedule between Jan. 11 and Feb. 22. More than 45 seminars will be offered; among them are “Examining Our Contemporary World”; “Bringing Peace Corps Experiences Home”; “Film Noir 3: Another Walk on the Dark Side”; “Effects of Addictions on Families”; “2015 Dayton Literary Peace Prize Winners”; “Meet the Sports Media”; “Talking to Your Doctor — Becoming a Healthcare Advocate for Yourself and Those You Love”; “Staying Secure in an Online World”; and “Exercises for Chronic Fatique and Pain.”
UD’s Osher Lifelong Learning Institute is not a typical college offering, as there are no exams or grades. The only requirement is that participants must be 50 or older.
For information, call 937-229-2347.