2019 Fall Semester Elderscholar SM Presents:
Tuesday's class will be held in the Colket Center, Wortmann Ballroom
(Tuesday begins at noon)
September 10 Arab-Israeli Conflict & Peacemaking
Dr. Jonathan Snow, Assistant Professor of Public Affairs
September 17 Horrendous Evil and Amazing Grace: a Story from a Holocaust Survivor
Dr. Arye Ephrath
September 24 Untellable Tales
Dr. Jennifer Jackl, Assistant Professor of English and Communication
October 1 “Requiem for a Courageous Fool”
Dr. Todd Peppers, Henry H. & Trudye H. Folwer Professor of Public
October 8 Journey Through Autism: Relieved of This World
Mrs. Dian Morehart Bolling ‘92
Wednesday session will be held in the Colket Center, Pickle Lounge
(begins at 11:45am)
September 11 The Sounds of War and Peace
Mr. Joshua Reuter ’21
September 18 The Health Evolution: Achieving Health in Our Modern World
Stephen Hussey MS, DC, Clinical Director
Balance Wellspace Integrative Medicine
September 25 What is Buddhism?
Dr. Melanie Trexler, Assistant Professor of Religion
October 2 Napoleon: For and Against
Dr. David Longfellow, Assoc. Professor of History at Baylor University
October 9 Comparative Legal Systems: US/UK - with tea and biscuits
Mr. Tom Rambo, Assoc. Dean of Student Affairs & Director of Campus
All lectures are followed by lunch in Sutton Commons. See registration for more details. See Registration Page to register.
TRAVEL OPPORTUNITIES WITH ADVENTURE SCHOLAR
Spring 2020 and Fall 2019 travel opportunities will be announced soon!
Go to Adventure Scholar for more details
Inclement weather and cancelation policies
In the event of inclement weather please call the weather hotline (540) 375-7777 or Teresa Quinn from Community Programs at (540) 375-5233 after 8 a.m. the day of the class to verify if the program will run as scheduled.
If the College is closed or closing early, there will be no Elderscholar program that day. If the College is under a delayed opening, or operating on a normal schedule, Elderscholar MAY BE CANCELED in order to protect the safety of the Elderscholars. If the program is canceled due to weather, Community Programs will make every effort to reschedule at a later date.
If the scheduled presenter is not available at a later date, an alternate lecture will be provided.
Substitutions may be approved by contacting the office of Community Programs or the trip vendor.
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