Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at CSU, Chico
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Brain States: Your Brain-Body Connection & How to Improve It

Summer ‘18 Intersession Lecture Series Led by Dr. Joni Samples

Brain States Summer Intersession Lecture Series

This popular four-part series, led by Dr. Joni Samples, runs each Tuesday in August. Cost is $10 per class or $35 for the full series. Register now and beat the heat in OLLI classrooms this summer!

4 Workshops: Tuesdays, August 7, 14, 21, & 28
When & Where: 1:30 pm–3:00 pm | Craig Hall, Bradley 2
Fee: $10 per session or $35 for the full series

Read each lecture’s description and then register online, by mail (pdf), or pay at the door for any workshop(s) you attend.

Fall 2018 Class ScheduleOLLI Fall 2018 Term

It’s here! The curriculum committee and our volunteer Peer Leaders have outdone themselves yet again. We have 135 classes scheduled to keep you engaged and learning this fall. Take a look at the schedule for all of the details.

Registration opens Aug. 16 at 9am. Classes begin September 4.

You can renew your membership or join OLLI online or by calling 530-898-6679. You can also download and mail in a ‘18-‘19 membership form.

Fall Fees

Chico Chapter

Fall ’18 & Spring ’19 Bundle: $215
Fall ’18, Spring ’19, & Summer ’19 Bundle: $230 (Add summer now and save $60!)
Fall ’18 & Spring ’19 Bundle: Peer Leader Discount $185*

*To qualify for the Peer Leader discount, you must lead at least one class during the 18-19 academic year (fall, spring, and/or summer terms).
Greater Butte County Chapter

Fall ’18 & Spring ’19 Bundle: $80

We suggest you pay your membership fee early, either online, by mail, or by phone. This will help you get your classes faster and easier on registration day.

Campus Partnership Enhances Learning Through Improved Hearing & Listening Techniques

OLLI Hearing && Listening Workshop A recent study by OLLI at UC Berkeley showed that the #1 reason OLLI members leave OLLI is because of hearing loss and the frustration and/or embarrassment it causes. In an effort to counter this trend, OLLI is partnering with Dr. Suzanne Miller, director of the Center for Communications Sciences & Disorders (CMSD), to develop teaching/learning opportunities for OLLI peer leaders and CSU, Chico students. Personal consultations, research projects, and classroom visits to assess OLLI’s sound systems in our primary classrooms are all underway this spring. These activities follow two workshops last fall, where Dr. Miller and her students addressed hearing loss and identified ways we can improve the overall classroom experience by becoming aware of the issues and techniques used to address hearing loss. These activities also give CSU, Chico students the opportunity to work with older adults in a classroom setting, which is as much a learning opportunity to help them succeed as it is for OLLI. Stay tuned for more information!

A Brighter OLLI Is an Engaged OLLI!

OLLI serves a vibrant community of adults over 50 who are generally well-educated, active, engaged in life, and have disposable income. The generous gifts of our business sponsors support the cognitive and social benefits of OLLI, help us deliver excellent programming, and enable us to offer fee assistance to members who couldn’t otherwise afford to participate. Thank you to our Business Sponsors!

       OLLI thanks our Gold Level Business Sponsors for their generous support. OLLI Business Sponsor: Altum Wealth Advisors Harris && Plottel Attorneys at Law: Gold Sponsor of OLLI at CSU Chico  
  Chico Hearing Aid Center OLLI Business Sponsor: Cal Water  
        OLLI thanks our Silver Level Business Sponsors for their generous support. OLLI Business Sponsor: Chico Eye Center Enloe Medical Center    
Logo: Mark G Womack, DDS OLLI thanks our Silver Level Business Sponsor Dr. Loeta Robles, DDS, for their generous support.    
       

Meet Your Match!

OLLI Volunteer Connections

Volunteers are the backbone of OLLI at CSU, Chico. They provide instruction, communications, technical support, outreach, and help us make important social connections. Without volunteer support, OLLI Chico could not provide the array of lifelong learning experiences members enjoy year-round. The Volunteer Connections Program is designed to keep OLLI programming sustainable by expanding volunteer participation. Learning more about you—your skills and interests—will help us connect you to areas of need within the organization. Email us if you’d like to Connect Today.

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