April 3, 1998
UW-RF Outlines Fourth Senior Outreach Sessions
Session four of senior outreach studies classes will be offered this spring by continuing education extension at the University of Wisconsin-River Falls: "Morning with a Professor" on Tuesday mornings, and "Bits of History" on Thursday mornings.
Classes will last four weeks beginning on Tuesday, April 21, or Thursday, April 23. Classes meet from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. in Room 137-138 of Rodli Commons and are open to area seniors who are 55 years of age or older.
Each class will include a presentation, coffee break and discussion period. Parking is available in the Rodli parking lot; parking permits will be issued on the first day of class.
The Tuesday class dates, topics and presenters are:
April 21: "Selected Poems of Robert Frost," Professor Jennifer Brantley, UW-RF English department.
April 28: "To Clone or Not to Clone Human Beings," Professor David Peters, UW-RF philosophy department.
May 5: "Race, Religion, and 'Rogue Doctrine:' Cultural Roots of American Iraq Policy," Assistant Professor Andrew Latham, Macalester College political science department, St. Paul, Minn.
May 12: "American Landscapes," Associate Professor David Heberlein, UW-RF art department.
The Thursday dates, topics and presenters are:
April 23: "The 'Glory War:' Potomac Theater in the Civil War," Professor Herb Cederberg, UW-RF history department.
April 30: "20th Century Missionaries in China," Professor Li Li, UW-RF history department.
May 7: "Dakota Conflict of 1862," author Newell Chester, Coon Rapids, Minn.
May 14: "Andersonville: Prison and Cemetery," Lewis Mallow, Eau Claire, Wis.
SOS members will receive class information in the mail. Others who are interested may call the Office of Continuing Education Extension at 715/425-3256 or 800-228-5607 for information about class fees and registration.