Spotlight: Arts, Literature, and More

Zoom

The Performative Turn Inhotim: Installation Art
Lauren Weingarden, Florida State University, Professor Emerita, Fulbright Distinguished Scholar

Spotlight: Issues and Ideas

Zoom

Religious Doctrine & Reproductive Rights: Is there room for reconciliation?
Cristina Pimenta, FAU, PhD Candidate

Recurring

Film Club with Susan and Tony LaDuca

Zoom

Led by Susan and Tony LaDuca, lifelong film lovers and critics, the emphasis of Film Club will be on aspects of film writing, acting, directing and editing. Recommended films are available on Netflix, Amazon Prime and other online sources. See the film and come to class for a lively, interactive discussion.

Recurring

Healthy Relationships in Our Senior Years

Zoom

Join Susan LaDuca, PhD, Retired Contextual Family Therapist and Monica Kramer, MA, LMHC, Licensed Counselor. Participants will have the opportunity to raise everchanging relational issues. We attempt through class discussion to identify possible modes of resolution. Topics will include: love, friendships, sex, loneliness, parent/child conflicts, health, loss. Due to nature of the class, size is limited to 12 members. Contact Susan LaDuca at susanladuca@gmail.com for information.

Recurring

Current Events with Joel Ivers

Zoom

Read the papers, watch the news, check the blogs, and be ready to discuss the week’s issues. And there is always plenty to talk about! Facilitator Joel Ivers will summarize the week’s lead stories, discuss in depth any significant new legislation, lead you in an informative and vibrant discussion and finish with a few jokes.

SPOTLIGHT: Women in Science

Zoom

Living Green Jewels of the Canary Islands: People and Plants in the Spanish Isles – Dr. Maria Fadiman, Florida Atlantic University, Associate Professor, Department of Geosciences, Ethnobiologist

Spotlight: Issues and Ideas

Zoom

North Korea
Jenny Town, M.I.A.; Senior Fellow, Stimson Center; Director, 38 North

Recurring

Film Club with Susan and Tony LaDuca

Zoom

Led by Susan and Tony LaDuca, lifelong film lovers and critics, the emphasis of Film Club will be on aspects of film writing, acting, directing and editing. Recommended films are available on Netflix, Amazon Prime and other online sources. See the film and come to class for a lively, interactive discussion.

Recurring

Healthy Relationships in Our Senior Years

Zoom

Join Susan LaDuca, PhD, Retired Contextual Family Therapist and Monica Kramer, MA, LMHC, Licensed Counselor. Participants will have the opportunity to raise everchanging relational issues. We attempt through class discussion to identify possible modes of resolution. Topics will include: love, friendships, sex, loneliness, parent/child conflicts, health, loss. Due to nature of the class, size is limited to 12 members. Contact Susan LaDuca at susanladuca@gmail.com for information.

Recurring

Current Events with Joel Ivers

Zoom

Read the papers, watch the news, check the blogs, and be ready to discuss the week’s issues. And there is always plenty to talk about! Facilitator Joel Ivers will summarize the week’s lead stories, discuss in depth any significant new legislation, lead you in an informative and vibrant discussion and finish with a few jokes.

SPOTLIGHT: Women in Science

Zoom

Supermassive Blackholes and the Galaxies they Live in – Dr. Vicki Sarajedini, Florida Atlantic University,
Professor of Physics

Spotlight: Issues and Ideas

Zoom

Presidents in Florida
James Clark, University of Central Florida, History Department, Senior Lecturer, Author of Presidents in Florida

Recurring

Film Club with Susan and Tony LaDuca

Zoom

Led by Susan and Tony LaDuca, lifelong film lovers and critics, the emphasis of Film Club will be on aspects of film writing, acting, directing and editing. Recommended films are available on Netflix, Amazon Prime and other online sources. See the film and come to class for a lively, interactive discussion.

Recurring

Healthy Relationships in Our Senior Years

Zoom

Join Susan LaDuca, PhD, Retired Contextual Family Therapist and Monica Kramer, MA, LMHC, Licensed Counselor. Participants will have the opportunity to raise everchanging relational issues. We attempt through class discussion to identify possible modes of resolution. Topics will include: love, friendships, sex, loneliness, parent/child conflicts, health, loss. Due to nature of the class, size is limited to 12 members. Contact Susan LaDuca at susanladuca@gmail.com for information.

Recurring

Current Events with Joel Ivers

Zoom

Read the papers, watch the news, check the blogs, and be ready to discuss the week’s issues. And there is always plenty to talk about! Facilitator Joel Ivers will summarize the week’s lead stories, discuss in depth any significant new legislation, lead you in an informative and vibrant discussion and finish with a few jokes.

SPOTLIGHT: Women in Science

Zoom

Understanding beach behavior: implications for best management practices – Dr. Tiffany Briggs, Florida
Atlantic University, Department of Geosciences, Associate Professor

Spotlight: Arts, Literature, and More

Zoom

Life: From A Writer's Perspective
Tammy La Gorce, Freelance journalist. Contributor to The New York Times, The Guardian, The Observer and other media

Spotlight: Issues and Ideas

Zoom

Empty Cupboards: Surviving Hunger in a Post Pandemic Era

Joe Allen, Documentary Film Producer and Director
Documentary film Producer and Director, Joe Allen will discuss his new documentary about hunger in Rockland County, NY and throughout the US. The next several years could be very tough for people without enough to eat.

Recurring

Film Club with Susan and Tony LaDuca

Zoom

Led by Susan and Tony LaDuca, lifelong film lovers and critics, the emphasis of Film Club will be on aspects of film writing, acting, directing and editing. Recommended films are available on Netflix, Amazon Prime and other online sources. See the film and come to class for a lively, interactive discussion.