Friday, August 17
Please join us for a day of speakers, awards, poster sessions, and valuable networking focused on cutting-edge aging research and technologies. The UC Berkeley Aging Research and Technology Innovation Summit, on August 17, 2018, will highlight the educational and research mission of the University of California and its diverse and significant impact on improving the well-being of older adults.
Tuesday, September 4
Learn more about OLLI's courses, lectures, and social programming and hear directly from the faculty about the courses and workshops they will be teaching.
Doors open at 9:30 a.m., program begins at 10:00 a.m. No need to RSVP!
Thursday, September 6
Meet Lafayette faculty and OLLI members and learn about the courses and workshops offered in Lafayette!
Includes a free talk by Anastasia Edel: “From Sanctions To Summit: The US - Russia Relationship Roller Coaster”
Wednesday, October 3
Marshall Krause and Curtis Caton will discuss the Supreme Court's 2018 term.
Marshall Krause is the former chief attorney of ACLU of Northern California, and a former professor of political science at SFSU.
Wednesday, October 10
The Living New Deal has been identifying, mapping, and interpreting the vast physical matrix of Franklin Roosevelt's New Deal for over a decade. Like those of a lost civilization, these artifacts speak to us in a language we have been made to forget of a time when government was designed to serve all of its citizens rather than those who could afford to buy it.
Wednesday, October 17
With OLLI faculty writers:
Wednesday, October 24
Speaker: Corinna Gould, spokesperson for the Confederated Villages of Lisjan/Ohlone
Wednesday, April 11
UC Berkeley Chancellor Carol Christ on Berkeley's future.
Wednesday, April 18
The San Francisco Bay Area is the tech capital of the world and one of the wealthiest cities in the world. But there is a dark side of success: overheated bubbles and spectacular crashes; exploding inequality and millions of underpaid workers; a boiling housing crisis, mass displacement, and severe environmental damage, a delusional tech elite, and complicity with the worst in American politics.
Wednesday, April 25
Paul Pierson is the John Gross Professor of Political Science at the University of California at Berkeley. Pierson’s teaching and research includes the fields of American politics and public policy, comparative political economy, and social theory.
Wednesday, May 2
Mason Willrich will outline a national strategy for modernizing and decarbonizing America's electric infrastructure.
Wednesday, May 9
Darren Zook will be this year's recipient of the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute's Excellence in Teaching and Learning award.