Learning is a process that continues throughout one’s life. The College at Brockport’s Lifelong Learning Community Lecture Series provides an opportunity for individuals to engage and dialogue with faculty experts on a variety of captivating topics. There is no charge for these events, and all are invited to attend.
February 21, 6-7 pm, McCue Auditorium, Liberal Arts Building
"Lifelong Learning Lecture: A Glimpse into Brockport’s Past: Higher Education in the 19th and Early 20th Centuries"
Presented by Charlie Cowling, College Archivist
This was a presentation done for students of the lifelong learning community. It is a look at the earlier history of the school. For more information about that first 100 years of our school, read Dedman's "Cherishing This Heritage" and other materials available here.
The slides for this presentation are available here: https://digitalcommons.brockport.edu/lib_presentations/26/
Rosa La Sorte Rich
November 9th, 6-7:30pm, McCue Auditorium, Liberal Arts Building
"Beirut 1967...24 Hours To Flee"
Presented by Rosie Rich, Local Educator
Author Rosie Rich will discuss challenges she faced while establishing the first Health and Physical Education Program for Women at the American University of Beirut. During the 1967 Six Day Arab/Israeli War, Rosie was the only female on the Committee to plan the successful 24 hour evacuation of the 5000 Americans living in Beirut.