LSUA to Hold Life Long Learner Lectures

by Sarah Black | Mar 20, 2017
Continue your education with a series of exciting lectures.

LSUA is hosting a series of Life Long Learner Lectures for those interested in discovering new topics.

All lectures are free and open to the public.

On Wednesday, March 29 at 7:00pm in the Mulder Hall Parking Lot, learn more about the sky around us with Dr. Don Yates and see Mecury, Mars and the moon through the provided telescopes. As an added bonus, see moths with Dr. Charles Allen and his mercury-vapor lights. Please remember to bring a camping chair and bug spray. If the weather doesn’t cooperate, please meet in Mulder 144.

Explore the Great Recession with Dr. Robert Jones on Thursday, April 6 at 4:30pm in Mulder Hall, Room 144.

On Tuesday, April 18, learn more about Greek art and culture from ancient times to modern day with LSUA’s Jeremy Simmons. The event will be at the Alexandria Museum of Art at 5:00pm.

Learn more about the combination of science, culture and healthcare with Dr. Cathy Robinson on Thursday, April 27 at 4:30pm in Mulder Hall, Room 144. 

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