Medford Community Lectures
OLLI provides its members and the community with monthly community lectures when classes are in session. These programs are held in Room 321 of the RCC-SOU Higher Education Center at 101 S. Bartlett Street (elevator access available). Admittance for these programs is free, but pre-registration is suggested. OLLI invites lecture proposals from prospective lecturers. Click here for a Medford Lectures Proposal Form [fillable PDF].
Recent topics from OLLI's public education series have included “Flashpoints: Justice, Reconciliation and Community”, “The Healthcare Act Goes to the Supreme Court”, and “American Media in the Digital Age: Seismic Shifts & Implications”, and "We're All Globalized Now," and "The Conductor's Art: the Magic Behind the Baton." The latter four programs can be viewed in their entirety on a site managed by RVTV by clicking on the program titles.
The April 11 Medford Lecture is "What Exporting America's Natural Gas Means for Southern Oregon" presented by Robyn Janssen and Forrest English of Rogue Riverkeeper. See flyer for details [PDF].
Note: One or more of the OLLI public educational programs may present one view of a matter of public debate. Views expressed by the speakers are not necessarily those of OLLI or Southern Oregon University.