Monday, August 15, 2016

Lifelong Learning Lectures Start Soon

Help us get the word out....especially if you know someone who is looking for a fun way to use their brain this fall for daytime Friday lectures:

KEY Lifelong Learning Lecture Series

Shakespeare, World War II and Biotechnology are just a few of the lecture subjects in the KEY Lifelong Learning Program at Vol State starting in September. KEY stands for “Keep Educating Yourself.” There are several lectures scheduled and each has multiple meeting days. The fee to enroll in one or all of the lectures in the series is $49. The daytime lectures start the week of September 9 and continue on Fridays through October. Everyone is welcome to register to attend. The topics include: “DNA, GMOs, and CRISPR: Understanding the Alphabet Soup of Biotechnology and What it Means to You;” The Nature of Creativity and the Creative Process;” Theories of the Good Life;” “World War II Lectures;” and “400 Years Later: The Relevance of Shakespeare in Our Modern Lives.”


KEY participants will also learn about a special opportunity for travel to Ireland with a Vol State group in March of 2017. The lectures will be held on the Vol State campus at 1480 Nashville Pike in Gallatin. People can register by calling Vol State Continuing Education at 615-230-3358 or visiting in person at the 300 Building, room 106, on the east side of the Vol State campus. For a complete list of lecture series dates and descriptions visit www.volstate.edu/lifelong.

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