MSU Wonderlust seeks instructors and presenters for lifelong learning programs for AY 20-21
Montana State University Wonderlust is currently seeking instructors and presenters for AY 20-21 programs.
Currently, MSU Wonderlust programs are only being held online due to the COVID-19 pandemic. MSU Wonderlust is planning events for the next academic year which begins in September and is prepared to be flexible with organizing programs as public health and safety circumstances require.
A program of Academic Technology and Outreach, MSU Wonderlust offers short courses, speaker series, seminars, forums, business tours and Montana travel programs. Its offerings are developed by and for adults at least 50 years old who are interested in learning new topics, staying mentally engaged and interacting in their community. Common topics include history, arts, science, ecology, literature, medicine and more. Programs are instructed by current or retired MSU faculty, researchers and staff as well as regional professionals.
For interested individuals, teaching for MSU Wonderlust is a way to repurpose a favorite academic course or lecture, help broaden community awareness of research or current events, or to share a life passion. MSU Wonderlust programs require no homework, test or grades. A teaching stipend is available for presenters.
To learn more about MSU Wonderlust, please visit our website: http://www.montana.edu/wonderlust/.
To submit a program proposal, please visit: Submit a MSU Wonderlust Program Proposal.
For more information on teaching opportunities with MSU Wonderlust, email contact Bobbi Geise at [email protected] or 406-994-6550.