Lunch, Listen & Learn

Fall 2014
Fine Arts Center, Atrium
Tuesdays, 11:15 AM - 12:45 PM

Speakers will begin promptly at 11:30 AM.

Date Speaker and Subject
September 16 Ted Reinstein, Reporter on Chronicle Channel 5 – “New England Notebook: One Reporter”
September 23 Lauren S. Rikleen, Executive-in-Residence, Boston College Center For Work and Family, "The Millennials"
Spetember 30 Professor Dr. John Burt, "Lincoln’s Tragic Pragmatism"
October 7 Ted Clarke, "The Charles River: A History of Greater Boston’s Waterway"   
October 14 Dr. Lawrence Climo, "An American Doctor in the Vietnamese Health Service"
October 21 Dr. Burton Jaffe, "Climate Change"
October 28 Joe Guinen, Life Coach, "Meditation, Health and Stress"
November 4 Author and Boston Globe editor Doug Most discusses his new book, The Race Underground, and how Boston and New York built America's first two subways and set the stage for future mega-projects.
November 18 Julie Wu, debut novel, The Third Son
December 2 Ken Doucette, "Protecting Your Identity"


Lifelong Learning


Free LLARC parking behind the Fine Arts Center

Participation in LLARC


Enjoy all the Benefits of Membership
• $75 per year

Semester Enrollment

Enroll in one or more Study Groups in addition to enjoying all of the basic benefits of membership
• $175 semester tuition
  (in addition to the prerequisite
  annual membership fee)

Regis College Lifelong Learning: Lunch, Listen & Learn
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Schedule for the Lunch, Listen & Learn program at Regis College