Start your spring cleaning by clearing your mind and learning something new. Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Rochester Institute of Technology is offering a sneak peek of spring term classes for thinkers ages 50 and beyond.
Osher offers a free spring course preview session at 10 a.m. on Monday, March 20, and registration begins at 10 a.m. Tuesday, March 21. The 10-week spring term begins on Monday, April 3, at the Athenaeum Building, 50 Fairwood Drive, Henrietta.
Curious minds who live in the Greater Rochester area will be able to explore 52 courses and programs, varying from history and literature to science and music. The preview will introduce attendees to the center and provide highlights from a few of the spring courses. New offerings include “Freedom of the Press,” “French for Travel and Leisure,” “Exploring the History of Africa,” “Evolution After Darwin” and “Tchaikovsky's Life and Music.” The full spring catalogue is now online.
Following the preview session, attendees can tour the facility, meet with course leaders, current members and staff, and receive help with registration. Light refreshments will be served.
Osher membership includes the distinguished Pfaudler Lecture Series lineup on consecutive Thursdays from 12:15 to 1:30 p.m. The series includes:
Osher membership include lectures and social events, travel, tours, field trips, an RIT Student Identification card to use at campus events and access to audiology services at RIT’s libraries. More information about full membership and benefits can be found at rit.edu/osher.
Reservations for the March 20 preview session are encouraged. Call 585-292-8989 to reserve a spot or email email@example.com.