For community members ages 50 and older, the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at The University of Montana (MOLLI) will offer spring courses on topics ranging from Russian literature, Bhutan, Korea, Hemingway, Shakespeare, women artists, Montana CSI, Buddhism, the Cold War and Missoula’s springtime native plants, to name only a few.
Taught by distinguished UM faculty, emeritus faculty and professionals from the community, spring MOLLI courses will take place April 11-May 17.
Registration is open now. To view the Spring 2013 course schedule, course descriptions and instructor biographies, go to http://www.umt.edu/molli.
An annual MOLLI membership fee of $20 is required to enroll in a course. Registration costs $60 per course, or one participant enrolled in two courses is eligible for a spring special discount of two courses for $100.
For more information or to register for courses over the phone, call the MOLLI office at 406-243-2905 or visit the School of Extended & Lifelong Learning in the James E. Todd Building on the UM campus.