The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at the University of Kansas is a part of KU's Professional & Continuing Education department. The Institute is committed to creating accessible and innovative learning environments throughout Kansas and the Greater Kansas City area, with a special focus on participants age 50 and over although anyone can participate. Learners from all backgrounds and levels of education are welcome to enjoy the benefits of Institute membership.
Missouri classes are presented in Kansas City North and Lee's Summit. Kansas classes are presented in Lawrence, Lenexa, Mission, Olathe, Overland Park, Prairie Village, Topeka and other cities in central Kansas.
Choosing from a diverse collection of courses, learners create their own program of personal development, expanding their views of the world and enriching their lives and their communities.
Faculty and facilitators are carefully selected to assure they have the academic qualifications, a passion for the topic, and a love of teaching to create a meaningful and fun learning environment.
Registration for fall classes is underway. You can view the course catalog online at http://osher.ku.edu/ where will also find links for additional information on the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute.
The University of Kansas is deeply grateful to the Bernard Osher Foundation in San Francisco for partial funding of the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at the University of Kansas as one of its affiliates in the United States.
Information, including video, provided by Osher Lifelong Learning Institute [Website]
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