OLLI: Steven Johnson’s “Ghost Map”
Johnson writes a vivid account of the worst cholera outbreak in Victorian London and explores how Dr. John Snow’s solution revolutionized the way people think about disease, cities, science and the modern world.
Humanities instructor Bonnie Nelson will return to present these materials and a class led discussion will occur in the first floor Kramer Room.
Community members can register online at the following link, Kenwood residents may audit at no cost.
Curiosity Never Retires
No tests. No grades. Just the joy of learning and sharing.
Welcome to the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) at the University of Minnesota! OLLI is an award-winning program offering noncredit courses, interest groups, travel, and events for adult learners. Each year, OLLI’s members enjoy over 300 stimulating noncredit courses including art, history, science, sports, and current events; participate in 30 interest groups from books to biking; travel on national and international trips; attend social events; meet other curious seniors; and use their skills as volunteers. One of 122 OLLIs across the country, we are proud to have received an endowment from the Bernard Osher Foundation and proud to foster lifelong learning and enrich lives!