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Senior Professionals

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Upcoming Public Events

March 2021

WOMEN’S SUFFRAGE – VIRTUAL

Start:
Tuesday, March 9th
1:30 pm
End:
Tuesday, March 30th
3:00 pm

A series on women’s suffrage will highlight the Academy of Seniors sessions during the Spring 2021 semester.

HISTORY AND COMPETITION IN THE HORN OF AFRICA – VIRTUAL

Start:
Thursday, March 18th
1:30 pm
End:
Thursday, April 8th
3:00 pm

Join the Academy of Seniors for a series on the Horn of Africa. This class steps back from current events to learn more about the history of the region, the way modern boundaries have emerged, and the growing international interest in the countries of Eritrea, Ethiopia, Djibouti and Somalia.

HISTORY AND COMPETITION IN THE HORN OF AFRICA – VIRTUAL

Start:
Thursday, March 25th
1:30 pm
End:
Thursday, April 15th
3:00 pm

Join the Academy of Seniors for a series on the Horn of Africa. This class steps back from current events to learn more about the history of the region, the way modern boundaries have emerged, and the growing international interest in the countries of Eritrea, Ethiopia, Djibouti and Somalia.

MORNINGS WITH THE PROFESSORS – VIRTUAL

Start:
Friday, March 26th
9:30 am
End:
Friday, April 23rd
11:00 am

Mornings with the Professors classes will begin March 26, 2021 and run through April 23. Classes will be held virtually with topics ranging from the National Park System, the Illinois Shakespeare Festival, the religious legacy of Martin Luther, Islam in America, and the origins and social meaning of rock-in-roll.

April 2021

HISTORY AND COMPETITION IN THE HORN OF AFRICA – VIRTUAL

Start:
Thursday, April 1st
1:30 pm
End:
Thursday, April 22nd
3:00 pm

Join the Academy of Seniors for a series on the Horn of Africa. This class steps back from current events to learn more about the history of the region, the way modern boundaries have emerged, and the growing international interest in the countries of Eritrea, Ethiopia, Djibouti and Somalia.

MORNINGS WITH THE PROFESSORS – VIRTUAL

Start:
Friday, April 2nd
9:30 am
End:
Friday, April 30th
11:00 am

Mornings with the Professors classes will begin March 26, 2021 and run through April 23. Classes will be held virtually with topics ranging from the National Park System, the Illinois Shakespeare Festival, the religious legacy of Martin Luther, Islam in America, and the origins and social meaning of rock-in-roll.

HISTORY AND COMPETITION IN THE HORN OF AFRICA – VIRTUAL

Start:
Thursday, April 8th
1:30 pm
End:
Thursday, April 29th
3:00 pm

Join the Academy of Seniors for a series on the Horn of Africa. This class steps back from current events to learn more about the history of the region, the way modern boundaries have emerged, and the growing international interest in the countries of Eritrea, Ethiopia, Djibouti and Somalia.

MORNINGS WITH THE PROFESSORS – VIRTUAL

Start:
Friday, April 9th
9:30 am
End:
Friday, May 7th
11:00 am

Mornings with the Professors classes will begin March 26, 2021 and run through April 23. Classes will be held virtually with topics ranging from the National Park System, the Illinois Shakespeare Festival, the religious legacy of Martin Luther, Islam in America, and the origins and social meaning of rock-in-roll.

MORNINGS WITH THE PROFESSORS – VIRTUAL

Start:
Friday, April 16th
9:30 am
End:
Friday, May 14th
11:00 am

Mornings with the Professors classes will begin March 26, 2021 and run through April 23. Classes will be held virtually with topics ranging from the National Park System, the Illinois Shakespeare Festival, the religious legacy of Martin Luther, Islam in America, and the origins and social meaning of rock-in-roll.

MORNINGS WITH THE PROFESSORS – VIRTUAL

Start:
Friday, April 23rd
9:30 am
End:
Friday, May 21st
11:00 am

Mornings with the Professors classes will begin March 26, 2021 and run through April 23. Classes will be held virtually with topics ranging from the National Park System, the Illinois Shakespeare Festival, the religious legacy of Martin Luther, Islam in America, and the origins and social meaning of rock-in-roll.

THE EVOLUTION OF BLOOMINGTON-NORMAL: WHERE HAVE WE COME FROM, WHERE ARE WE GOING? – VIRTUAL

Start:
Thursday, April 29th
1:30 pm
End:
Thursday, May 20th
3:00 pm

The Evolution of Bloomington-Normal: Where Have We Come, Where are We Going? will explore Bloomington-Normal from 1730-1900, the growth of local neighborhoods, business districts and the diversity of the area.

May 2021

SPECIAL PROGRAM: Reflecting on President Biden’s First 100 Days in Office

Date:
Wednesday, May 5th
Time:
9:30 am - 11:00 am

May 5 (Wednesday), 9:30-11 am Robert Bradley, Professor Emeritus, Politics & Government, ISU   No cost to attend, but participants must register by completing the Digital Registration Form at: seniorprofessionals.illinoisstate.edu/educational-opportunities/ or calling (309) 438-2160. A Zoom link and instructions on how to join the presentation will be emailed a week prior to Bradley’s talk. A reminder email with the Zoom link will be sent the day of the program.

THE EVOLUTION OF BLOOMINGTON-NORMAL: WHERE HAVE WE COME FROM, WHERE ARE WE GOING? – VIRTUAL

Start:
Thursday, May 6th
1:30 pm
End:
Thursday, May 27th
3:00 pm

The Evolution of Bloomington-Normal: Where Have We Come, Where are We Going? will explore Bloomington-Normal from 1730-1900, the growth of local neighborhoods, business districts and the diversity of the area.

THE EVOLUTION OF BLOOMINGTON-NORMAL: WHERE HAVE WE COME FROM, WHERE ARE WE GOING? – VIRTUAL

Start:
Thursday, May 13th
1:30 pm
End:
Thursday, June 3rd
3:00 pm

The Evolution of Bloomington-Normal: Where Have We Come, Where are We Going? will explore Bloomington-Normal from 1730-1900, the growth of local neighborhoods, business districts and the diversity of the area.

THE EVOLUTION OF BLOOMINGTON-NORMAL: WHERE HAVE WE COME FROM, WHERE ARE WE GOING? – VIRTUAL

Start:
Thursday, May 20th
1:30 pm
End:
Thursday, June 10th
3:00 pm

The Evolution of Bloomington-Normal: Where Have We Come, Where are We Going? will explore Bloomington-Normal from 1730-1900, the growth of local neighborhoods, business districts and the diversity of the area.