On behalf of Bucknell University, I am delighted to welcome you to the Bucknell Institute for Lifelong Learning, a program that provides adult learners in the Central Susquehanna Valley a broad range of educational and intellectual opportunities. In keeping with Bucknell's commitment to build bridges to the local and regional community, this is a learning partnership between Bucknell and area residents that benefits both.
Twenty-two short courses, offered by a combination of retired faculty from various institutions and members of the Institute, comprise the Institute's Fall 2014 program. This term will bring the total number of courses presented since the Institute's beginning to 184. Since its inauguration during the fall of 2009, the program has included more than 580 members from 29 regional communities. The program achieves its goal of being a true "learning partnership" by developing a great diversity of offerings and activities, with area residents taking leadership of many of them.
As a psychologist who has worked extensively on issues of aging, I know the importance of mental activity to long-term well-being. So, while I encourage you to become a member of the Institute and take a course or two, I also urge you to become more actively involved by offering to lead a course, make a presentation, organize a study group, or help with program administration or other volunteer roles.
Ed Cotter, Director
Ruth Burnham, Coordinator
Janice Pearson, Photographer
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