During the academic year, the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at the University of Dayton (UDLLI) offers seminars Monday through Saturday, covering topics such as art, philosophy, film, finance, literature, sports, health and many more.
Our Spring 2013 seminars are listed below by topic:
Zentangle: Relax, Focus and Create!
Sculpture and Methods of Interpretation
Meet the Museum: Touring the DAI
Before the Magic, a Look Backstage
Apple iPad for Beginners
Geocaching a Game
Apple iPad for Intermediates
A History of Scary Movies
Great Civil War Movies, Part II
Plan a Comfortable Financial Future
Dreamwork, Part II
Exploring Living and Learning via Humor
Working Out in Simple Terms
Warm Water Therapy Relief
Gentla Hatha Yoga
Fitness is a Journey, Enjoy the Many Patch of Fitness
Life by Design
Adventure in Airlift
Rise and Fall of the Third Reich
A Traveler's History of England
Britain and World War II
Gettysburg: What They Did Here
History of Woodland Cemetery
Getting Started in Genealogy
Bill and Hillary Clinton: The Power Couple
Exploring the National Museum of the USAF
Europe 101: What Do All the Ruins, Churches, Cathedrals and Palaces Mean Anyway?
The Classic Architecture of Oakwood
Lincoln and the Law
Lincoln's Path to Emancipation and a Bi-Racial America
Canadian Short Stories, Parti II
Four Literary Masters
Self-Publishing - Creating Your Own Book
Digging Into Classical Music: Is This a Great Performance?
English Church Music
History of Classical Music, Part IV
Christian Ethics in the New Testament's Shadow
Soul As Spirit on Earth's Plane
Cameras Don't Take Pictures, People Do
Civil War Victims Meet Old Testament Job
Christianity, Part II
"Be a Holy Child of God"
Jesus in John's Gospel, Part II
Creating a Forgiving Heart
Since 1776: How Technology-Driven Progress Created A Nation of Anxious Abundance
Weather/Meteorology for the Layman
Creating a Sustainable US Energy Plan
UD Campus Landscape History
Shining a Bright Light on Violence, Evil and Suffering
Shade Gardening with Hostas and Other Perennials
The Life of Amphibians and Reptiles
The Brain and the Mind on Thinking, Language and Music
Birds are Inspiring!
Legal Terms and Procedures
Learning From Others: The Power of Public Determination
Rights, Obligations and Expectations of Freedom
So You Always Wanted to be a Trial Lawyer?
Crime Scene Investigations: Presentation, Preservation and Prosecution
SPORTS AND RECREATION
Fly Fishing for Beginners
They Talk to US, But Are We Listening and Appreciating Their Talents?