MSU Wonderlust lifelong learning fall courses and programs now open for registration
Registration is now open for fall courses and programs offered by MSU Wonderlust Lifelong Learning, a program of Academic Technology and Outreach. Wonderlust programming includes courses and workshops, lectures, forums and book discussion groups for the intellectually curious aged 50 and greater.
Nine non-credit enrichment courses and workshops are being offered this fall. Topics covered include chemistry in the kitchen, fake news and questionable science, Montana art, world mythologies, the art of bonsai, the fall of Rome, the five senses, caretaking of loved ones, reading with dyslexia, religion and U.S. presidents, and measuring the pulse of Yellowstone. Wonderlust courses are typically offered once a week over four to six weeks. The cost for courses and workshops ranges from $55 to $75 with a Wonderlust membership.
MSU Wonderlust is offering eight side trip lectures on Mondays from 3 to 4:30 p.m. These lectures will cover topics ranging from chronic wasting disease to cultural geography in Medicine Wheel country, from attention and cognitive control of behavior to fear and fascination of spiders. Side trips are free with a Wonderlust membership.
Wonderlust also offers book discussion groups and other special events, as well as free lectures sponsored by the public libraries in Belgrade and Bozeman.
To purchase a Wonderlust membership or to register for courses or programs, please visit montana.edu/wonderlust/register. For more information, please contact MSU Academic Technology and Outreach at firstname.lastname@example.org or 406-994-6550. To sign up for our free weekly e-newsletter, please visit montana.edu/wonderlust/newsletter/.
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