Course detail: KU Mini College

Welcome to the 13th annual KU Mini College offered in partnership with KU's Osher Lifelong Learning Institute. This event is an educational event for inquisitive adults. This beloved program has continued to bring adult community members, alumni and non-alums from all over the world to the KU Lawrence campus to attend presentations from KU faculty and other professionals on current topics of interest. This year's event will be back on campus! Most lectures will be held at Spooner Hall and will be paired with an at-home, virtual option to continue accessibility for those who are not able to travel. Our 3 day lecture series will feature some of KU's outstanding professors, including Professor Rowland comparing the rhetoric of Reagan and Obama, Dr Laird discussing Gershwin, Dr Camarda presenting Women in Chess, and Dr Peters lecturing on Declining Bird populations. Attendees will have time to explore the Lawrence campus and visit with friends old and new.

Program Event Accessibility
Individuals with disabilities are encouraged to attend University of Kansas sponsored events. If you require a reasonable accommodation in order to participate in this event, please email or call 913-897-8530 three weeks prior to the start date. This event is also available Virtually for those folks that are unable to travel.

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