Celebrate the 41st anniversary of Clark College Mature Learning Mar. 25
Clark College’s Mature Learning Program is celebrating 41 years of bringing classes and lifelong learning opportunities to Southwest Washington’s seniors this month. To observe the occasion, it is presenting a half-day symposium from 9 a.m. to noon on Tuesday, Mar. 25, at Clark College at Columbia Tech Center, 18700 S.E. Mill Plain Blvd., Vancouver. Registration costs $10 and is available online at http://cce.clark.edu/mature-learning-55 or by calling 360-992-2939.
“Last year Mature Learning celebrated its 40th anniversary and we looked back at our ‘glorious past,’” says Program Manager Tracy Reilly Kelly. “Now it is time to ponder the future, and what’s next in issues ranging from the personal to the political.”
Instructor David Benedicktus and students from the WSUV Creative Media & Digital Culture department will present a keynote lecture, “What’s Next in Brain Research: How Technology Will Transform Us” at 9:15 a.m. Mini-lectures will continue throughout the symposium on various topics. For more information, visit http://cce.clark.edu/blog-categories/mature-learning.