Lifelong Learning Continues at Hodges University

Hodges University News

Lifelong learners in Southwest Florida will have the opportunity to meet new members of the community and expand their minds this summer, thanks to the Frances Pew Hayes Center for Lifelong Learning (CLL).

Releasing its summer session catalog, Hodges University’s CLL provides a broad-based curriculum, incorporating discussion groups, lectures, field trips and workshops. The center has partnered with various sponsors, including Carlisle Naples, The Terraces at Bonita Springs, Terracina Grand and Sandalwood Village to provide classes at each location.

Some of the topics that will be covered throughout the summer session include “Healthy Habits: A Jumpstart to Healthy Living,” “Facebook and Twitter’s Influence on the Way People ‘Like’ to Communicate,” and “Photographs that Made or Changed History.” Individuals will also have the opportunity to participate in field trips to Algenol, WGCU and Arthrex.

In addition, classes offered at off-campus locations will be free and open to the public. Classes such as “Where the Panthers Prowl” will provide valuable information about various species inhabiting Florida. On June 23 at the Carlisle Naples, “General Mark Clark's Trousers: A Footnote to Operation TORCH,” will focus on the dangerous mission into Algeria during World War II led by General Mark W. Clark.

To purchase a CLL membership, the price per person is $250 for an annual membership and $125 for a summer 2016 membership. Individual classes are $25 unless otherwise noted in the class description.

For more information, to become a sponsor or a member, to participate as a volunteer program leader, or to help expand the efforts of the program, visit www.hodges.edu/lifelonglearning to learn more about the program and view the complete listing of summer classes available.

About the Frances Pew Hayes Center for Lifelong Learning:
Hodges University's Frances Pew Hayes Center for Lifelong Learning was established in 1996 by the university and local leaders as the first lifelong learning program in Collier County. The CLL provides quality year-round educational programs for adults in the community.

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