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Vol 56 No. 16 | Dec. 2004
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Senior University Opportunities

Senior University, an Osher Lifelong Learning Institute and a center in the College of Health and Human Services, is an educational resource for individuals 50 years of age or older. There are no academic prerequisites for admission, no tests, and no homework. Classes offered are for members' enjoyment and personal enrichment and are presented to encourage life-long learning.

Senior University invites interested individuals who have a desire to share their passion about their field or favorite hobby to teach a class for Senior University members. Volunteer instructors dedicate a few hours a week for a six- to eight-week session to educate participating semi-retired or retired adults. They are presently scheduling courses for the following sessions:

Sessions
Spring 2005: April 4 through May 27
Summer 2005: June 20 through Aug. 15

Current offerings include a variety of art, exercise, music, science, writing, and computer courses and they are especially interested in locating instructors for anthropology, art history, geography, geology, health and nutrition, and history.

Senior University encourages individuals who are eager to present fresh ideas and who have a desire to participate in lively discussions and expand their horizons to contact them. If you or someone you know might have an interest in either teaching or taking a class, please call 562/985-8237, or visit the Senior University Web site for more information.

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