Virtual Lecture, Thursdays 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
The first 30 minutes of the session will be for socializing. We will be in small groups to allow time for meeting new people, catching up with friends, and general camaraderie.
Speakers will begin promptly at 11:30 a.m.
|February 25||Val Walker||Staying Connected and Building Community|
|March 4||Dr. Lois Carme, ’85||Yes I Can! (Disabilities/Exceptionalities and the Arts)|
|March 11||Peter Vanderwarker||What I Have Learned About Boston|
|March 18||Anita Danker||In a Good Cause: The Fight for Women’s Suffrage in Boston and Beyond|
|March 25||Emma Humphries||Saving Democracy and Solving Big Problems Require an Upgrade of Civic Education|
|April 1||Emily Norton||Love that Dirty Water: The Charles River Then and Now|
|April 8||Bart Kelso||Virtual Tour of the Arboretum|
|April 15||Dr. Paul Fideler||The Victorians and India: From Company Raj to Crown Raj|
|April 22||Anthony Sammarco||History of Bakers Chocolate|
|April 29||Dr. Megan Gibbons||More than Mobility: Internationalization at Regis|