DavidsonLearns Wants YOU!
How realistic is the movie Jurassic Park?
DavidsonLearns is back in the classroom and invites you find out the answers to this and many other questions this fall. Sign up for some courses and join our talented instructors and other adult students in the community for in some good, old-fashioned mind stretching.
For example, you can debate the Jurassic Park question in Controversies in Paleontology, visit Redlair Preserve in Land Conservation, or learn more about conspiracies in QAnon, Conspiracies, and Apocalypticism.
Classes are filling up, so don’s miss out. Read on for other opportunities for learning in community this fall—click here for more information about current courses.
Controversies in Paleontology (causes of mass extinctions and more)
Land Conservation (includes field trip to Redlair Preserve)
They Made the News (a historical journey through people, events, and inventions of media)
Mephisto & the Muse: Mental Illness & Art (challenging judgements in life and art)
Intro to 20th Century Latin American Literature (Nobel Prize winners & runner ups Gabriela Mistral, Jorge Luis Borges, and Gabriel Garcia Marquez)
Racial Justice and U.S. Colonialism (a path forward, how the past shapes the presences)
Deliberative Democracy (challenges and possibilities in a polarized world)
QAnon, Conspiracies, and Apocalypticism (explores the fascination/obsession with conspiracies)
Rynne Lectures in International Affairs (China, Russia, Global Trade, and National Security)
Rethinking Latin American Immigration (factors driving Central American immigration and U.S. response)