MISSOULA – Registration is open for spring courses at the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at the University of Montana, also known as MOLLI. The courses cover a variety of topics and are open to community members age 50 and older.
Spring courses will be held April 10-May 16. Classes include Art of Creative Reading; Health Care Delivery and Reform in America; Biomimicry; Women, Democracy and Human Rights in Islam; Improvisation; Ethnomusicology; Moral Excellence and Human Happiness; Campaign Finance Reform and Free Speech; French Cinema; River Ecology; Politics of Poverty and more.
MOLLI courses are taught by UM faculty and emeritus faculty members, as well as professionals and scholars from the community. Community members can register for classes online at http://www.umt.edu/molli, as well as view the course schedule, class descriptions and instructor biographies.
The cost is $60 per course, per participant, or registrants can enroll in two courses for $100. MOLLI also requires an annual $20 membership fee.
For more information or to register for courses by phone, call the MOLLI office at 406-243-2905. Community members can visit MOLLI at the UM School of Extended and Lifelong Learning in the James E. Todd Building on campus.