The University of Evansville recently launched its Center for Adult Education continued learning program, which is meant for people who are either approaching or already in retirement.
The goal is to give local residents of Evansville classes that satisfy their intellectual pursuits and curiosity.
Classes will officially open this fall, meeting for 60-90 minutes once a week for five weeks.
“This format gives you plenty of time to develop a new skill, engage in discussion on a new topic, and socialize with like-minded individuals who are also excited to learn,” Lindsay Roberts, associate director of Evansville's Center for Adult Education, said. “Plus, our members receive exclusive benefits.”
The non-credit courses for personal enrichment feature Untap and Revive your Hidden Creativity, Giants of Jazz, Color Inspirations: How to use color in painting, A Hemingway Discussion, and Introduction to Africa.
“The program offers more than exposure to dynamic, interesting topics,” Walt Lewis, a member of the program’s steering committee, said. “It also provides an opportunity to interact with great instructors as well as new and current lifetime learners.”
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