Lifelong Learning

​​​​​Lifelong Learning Connections at the University of Findlay​​​

Join us for Lifelong Learning Connections Virtually this Fall

Lifelong Learning Connections, formerly known as Senior Forum, is a flexible learning experience open to ages 50 and over.

To maintain the health and safety of our participants, presenters, and employees, University of Findlay's Lifelong Learning Connections will be offered completely virtual this fall via Zoom with secure links.

This program is hosted by the University of Findlay and sponsored by the Office of University Advancement. Explore various topics once a week for three weeks with expert instructors from the University of Findlay and our surrounding community. Participants may choose their level of involvement by attending one day or all three​. 

Questions? Contact the Office of Alumni, Parents, and Friends at [email protected] or 419-434-4516.


Virtual Fall 2020 Lifelong Learning at the University of Findlay

(formerly known as Senior Forum)


Oct. 13, 20, 27

please note these sessions will be on Tuesdays & all the sessions will be virtual only.

Due to this fall's virtual format, there is no cost for general Lifelong Learning sessions this fall.
**Exception: Mozart in the Later Years with Ken Hammontree is $5 per participant.

Virtual Fall 2020 Schedule​

All sessions will be viewed virtually via Zoom webinar. Zoom webinar links will be sent to you via email after you register.


Tuesday, Oct. 13

Votes for Women! The Women's Suffrage Movement

Joy Bennett, Curator and Archivist, Hancock Historical Museum
10:15 - 11:30 a.m.
​​Joy Bennett has a Master of 20th Century US History and a Graduate Certificate of Public History from Bowling Green State University. She has worked at the Hancock Historical Museum as a curator and archivist for seven years. She will discuss her latest research project, the Centennial of Women's Suffrage and how it affected Hancock County.

Lost Bits of Hancock County
Teresa Lambert, Author
12:30 - 1:30 p.m.
Teresa Straley Lambert holds a bachelor's degree in elementary education and secondary social studies and a master's degree in gifted education from Bowling Green State University. She has been published in various educational journals, children's magazines and newspapers. Teresa will share about some of the exciting, and often forgotten, history of Hancock County.


Tuesday, Oct. 20

Treat Joint Pain
Dr. William Burgette, Orthopedic Surgeon, Stryker Corporation
10:15 - 11:30 a.m.
Dr. William Burgette is an orthopedic surgeon specializing in joint reconstruction of the hip and knee, including partial, total and revision joint replacements. He is trained in the most updated minimally invasive procedures to help speed recovery and return patients to their normal daily activities quickly. Dr. Burgette will discuss Mako Robotic-Arm Assisted Technology and how it provides you with a personalized surgical plan to your hip or knee. We will open the floor for questions at the end of his presentation.

Mozart in his Later Years
Ken Hammontree, Living History Productions
​12:30 - 1:30 p.m.
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was a prolific and influential composer of the Classical period. Mr. Ohio History, Ken Hammontree, will portray the later year's of Mozart's life and some of his more popular musical pieces.
**$5 fee for this session only.


Tuesday, Oct. 27

Time to Create: Recycle, Reduce, Re​use... on YOU!
Amy Schlessman, PT, DPT, DHS, Assistant Professor, Doctor of Physical Therapy Program, University of Findlay
​10:15 - 11:30 a.m.
One year ago, Assistant Professor of Physical Therapy, Dr. Amy Schlessman, shared with us a treasure-trove of simple ways to combine fitness and fun with everyday recyclables. This year, she'll show us how to create our own items to help in our daily fitness journey.

Exciting Education, Here and Abroad
Katherine Fell, Ph.D., University of Findlay President
​​12:30 - 1:30 p.m.
President Fell will begin the day by sharing what's new and exciting at UF.


Questions?

Contact the Wolfe Center for Alumni, Parents and Friends at [email protected] or 419-434-4516.