OKLAHOMA CITY –The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at the University of Oklahoma (OLLI at OU) is offering eight courses at the OU Health Sciences Center in Oklahoma City. Classes begin May 31.
Instructors for these noncredit courses include faculty members from both the Norman campus and the Health Sciences Center.
The courses include Genre Film: Analyzing Children’s Cinema; The Fundamentals of Nutrition and Wellness as We Age; Sex and Gender across the Lifespan; The Civil War in Indian Territory; History of Oklahoma; Espionage in the Cold War; Busted! Why Is Oklahoma Broke Again?; and Religion in the American Civil War.
Most summer semester courses meet weekly four times, running from late May through late August.
All courses are held in the PHF Conference Center, located off Research Parkway, near the southwest end of the HSC campus.
“We are really looking forward to a great summer semester,” said Patrick Piscitelli, program specialist for OLLI at OU. “We are especially pleased to offer so many courses taught by some of OU’s most respected faculty members, reaching more members in the metro area.”
OLLI at OU, a department of OU Outreach, provides a variety of noncredit courses to individuals 50 and older. Courses are held year-round on the Norman campus and at OU’s Health Sciences Center.
For more information about OLLI at OU or how to become a member, call (405) 325-3488 or visit www.ou.edu/olli.