The OLLI-UM’s “Science of Climate Change” – Classroom Series

The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at the University of Michigan (OLLI-UM) is sponsoring a classroom series on the science of climate change that starts on Wednesday, February 4 and continues to March 18.

From the website: Would you like to have a better understanding of the science of one of the most important issues in our times? This class will cover the physical influences that determine the earth’s climate and are responsible for past and current climate change, and the science behind our knowledge of past climates and our ability to predict future change. In each class we will view two 30-minute lectures, followed by discussion and updates from the latest climate reports. The study group leader spent 34 years as a research physicist at Ford and Argonne National Laboratory. His work included modeling of the climate-change effects of plug-in hybrid vehicles.

 

This event is for people ages 50+ and will be instructed by Ann Arbor Science & Skeptics co-organizer, Craig Stephan.  And the location is Genesis of Ann Arbor.

Date(s) : 02/04/2015 – 03/18/2015
Day of Week : Wednesday
Time : 12:30 – 2:00 p.m.
Location : Genesis of Ann Arbor
Address : 2309 Packard Street,
Ann Arbor, MI
Instructor : Stephan Craig
Fee : $40.00

The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at the University of Michigan (OLLI-UM) is a program established in 1987 by a group of Turner Geriatric Clinic volunteers for people who share a love of learning. Under sponsorship of the University of Michigan Health System, OLLI-UM is affiliated with Elder hostel Institute Network and the Bernard Osher Foundation. The approximately 1200 members of OLLI-UM oversee and develop an extensive program of top quality lectures and offer a wide variety of study groups, travel excursions, evening and weekend events, and social/cultural gatherings.

OLLI members are a diverse group drawn from Ann Arbor and surrounding communities. Membership is intended for all enthusiastic learners over age 50, approaching or living in retirement, regardless of previous education. OLLI-UM is dedicated to challenging minds and stimulating the spirit to maintain healthy bodies.