Panel Discussion: German Federal Election
- Dr. Adam Toth, Visiting Professor of German at Roanoke College
- Niels von Redecker, Consul General and Legal Advisor, German Embassy
- Dr. Paul A. Youngman Associate Provost, Redenbaugh Professor of German at Washington & Lee University
- Dr. Rob Willingham, Associate Professor and Chairperson of History at Roanoke College
This lecture is being offered as part of German Week for both the public (Pickle) and Elderscholars (Ballroom).
Sponsors include: Modern Languages, Community Programs, Roanoke International Office, and the German Club.
Elderscholar is a paid program.
This lecture is open to the general public to either view in Pickle Meeting Room, or virtually
Free virtual registration required
Elderscholar fall Lectures: September 14-October 13, 2021
Tuesday or Wednesday, $90 with Lunch
Both Tuesday and Wednesday, $175 with lunch
Both Tuesday and Wednesday sessions will be held in the Colket Center, Wortmann Ballroom. An elevator is available to assist with second-floor access. Lunch for in-person sessions is included with registration cost and will follow the lecture in the ballroom. Please note both the Tuesday and Wednesday sessions begin at noon.
$90 for all 10 lectures and lunch is on your own.
Everyone gets a to sit in the front row in the virtual classroom.
Registration is accepted by mail or *online only beginning August 16. Due to the nature of this program, classes cannot be registered for individually. If delivering your registration in person, the Community Programs office is located in Douglas W. Ayres Hall (Resource Development) at the corner of College Avenue and Clay Street.
*Service fees apply to online registration.
Confirmation, parking pass and/or virtual instructions will be mailed to registered participants. Following receipt of the initial confirmation, virtual participants will receive an email reminder.
To Register or for more details
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To be placed on the Elderscholar mailing list or for more information about the program, please contact the Office of Community Programs at (540) 375-5233 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Elderscholar Program is in its 37th year of offering lectures for adults 55 and older. The program features Roanoke College faculty and guests speaking on areas of their expertise. This fall, the program will be both in-person and virtual. Participants can choose to attend the live lecture with lunch afterwards, or watch live with Zoom from the safety and comfort of their home. Registration is required.Colket Center Ballroom Office of Community Programs / Email: email@example.com Phone: 540-375-5233 false MM/DD/YYYY