Community members age 50 and older now can register for winter courses through the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at The University of Montana.
MOLLI winter courses will be held Jan. 24-March 1 and are taught by distinguished UM faculty, emeritus faculty and professionals from the community. Topics include Montana history, anthropology, Central European literature, cuisine artistry, photography, war, agriculture, global health, language myths, mathematics, changes in the Arctic and more.
The full winter 2013 course schedule, class descriptions, instructor biographies and registration are available online at http://www.umt.edu/molli. A MOLLI membership fee of $20 is required to enroll, and courses cost $60 for one or $100 for two.
For more information or to register for courses over the phone, call the MOLLI office at 406-243-2905. Interested students also may visit the MOLLI office in the School of Extended and Lifelong Learning in the James E. Todd Building on the UM campus.