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Retirees Association

Live & Learn Workshops planned for fall 2018

Foundation Building

The Wright State University Retirees Association (WSURA) will offer a third round of Live & Learn Workshops in the fall of 2018. Live & Learn Workshops are designed to stimulate discussions and develop new skills. WSURA members, spouses, friends and university employees are welcome.

Two topics are planned for the fall at this time: Gary Barlow will present on the basics of art and Donna Schlagheck will coordinate a presentation or panel discussion on politics prior to the election. Retirees with ideas for other topics of interest, should forward them to the workshop organizer, Marlene Bireley, at mkbpho@aol.com.

The second year of Live & Learn Workshops was held in April at the WSURA office in the WSU Foundation Building across from the campus. After a modest beginning in 2017, the number of presentations was expanded from two to four topics, and the number of participants tripled from nine to 27 this year. A number of participants attended multiple sessions so that each workshop served from 10 to 14 people each.

Topics covered were:

  • Comparative Religion;
  • Current International Issues;
  • Improving Your Understanding of Smart Phones and Tablets; and
  • Introduction to Genealogy.