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Dates: Oct. 3-4, 2018
Location: Bozeman, MT

Thank you to all who attended.

The symposium brought together Montana practitioners who seek to improve the quality of life for older adults and to support their lifelong learning needs in an evolving landscape.

We increased understanding of the importance of lifelong learning in older adults, sharing services, strategies, and synergies that work today.

Presentation Slides

Montana’s Aging Population
Douglas Young, MSU professor emeritus (economics) and MSU Wonderlust council president

Lifelong Learning Programs: Ten Keys to Success
Richard Knopf, Arizona State University

Lifelong Learning: Marshaling Local Resources
Jim Peters, University of Kansas

Our Partners

Thank you to our partners:

  • MSU Extension
  • Friends of MSU Wonderlust
  • MSU Vice President for Research & Economic Development
  • MSU Academic Technology & Outreach