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 Spring, Summer A & B 2018 Course Offerings

Biscayne Bay Campus, FIU Miami Shores Brockway Library and Community Center

Registration for our Spring 2018 is open.  Call to register over the phone. 
To enroll, call 305-919-5900 or leave a message with your phone number and we will call you.
Registration hours are from 10:00 am thru 4:00 pm.
(If we do not answer, please leave a message, we will get back to you as soon as possible).

Classes are scheduled to start the week of Monday, April 16 ending on Friday, August 3, unless otherwise noted. 

Spring 2018

Monday, April 16 thru Friday, May 25, 2018 

Summer A 2018

Monday, June 4 thru Friday, June 29, 2018

(four (4) week term)

Summer B 2018

Monday, July 9 thru Friday, August 3, 2018

(four (4) week term)

Please read each course description entirely to prevent any confusion regarding starting dates.  Courses start on different dates. Thank you.

Classrooms/locations are subject to change.
We reserve the right to cancel courses due to low enrollment.

Note:  Courses are listed by the day of the week they are offered. 

MONDAY COURSES:

NEW STARTING DATE FOR:

"Triumph and Tragedy: The Lives of Great Men"  

Robert B. Dawson

Instructor:  Robert B. Dawson
Spring Dates:  5 Mondays: April 23, 30, May 7, 14 & 21
Time: 10:00 a.m. – 11:45 a.m.
Course Fee:  $90.00           
Location:  Brockway Memorial Library, 10021 NE Second Avenue, Miami Shores, Florida 33138

In this live costumed performance course lecture series, you will examine the lives of various great men in history, as portrayed by actor and historian, Robert Dawson. You will learn of their triumphs, failures, joys and disappointments, their decisions, and choices (good or bad), and the events that shaped their lives.

Characters you will meet in the Spring term are:  To be announced

Characters and their order are subject to change.

About the instructor:  Mr. Robert Dawson is an actor/historian and was the former lead lecturer for The Miami Museum of Science for 16 years, and spent 8.5 years as educational director, ship's historian, and lead presenter as Lt. Cmdr. William Bligh aboard the HMS Bounty.  Mr. Dawson has developed over 100 historic first-person characters, for his Triumph & Tragedy: The Lives of Great Men series. He has a second series of third-person lectures called A Science & History Miscellany.

 "Spanish II"

Rita Frolich

Rita Frohlich

How can you make the most of living in Miami and benefit from our multicultural environment?  By speaking Spanish of course! This class focuses on basic communication skills through dialogues encountered in daily situations, such as greetings, telling time and simple conversations. Students will learn the basic skills of conversing in Spanish in the present and past tenses.

Instructor:  Rita Frohlich
Spring Dates:  6 Mondays: April 16, 23, 30, May 7, 14 & 21
Time: 11:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Course Fee:  $100              
Location:  Academic I Building – Room 194 (Biscayne Bay Campus)

This course expands on the knowledge acquired in the Spanish I. Students will be introduced to the verbs ser and estar, cardinal and ordinal numbers, formation and use of the direct commands, and possessive adjectives.  Emphasis will be on comprehension of conversational Spanish.

Textbook:  It is not required to purchase the book for this course.  Copies for the lessons will be distributed for each session.  If you are interested in buying the book, here is the information:   Spanish Now: Level I, Seventh Edition, by Ruth Silverstein, Allen Pomerantz and Heywood Wald, ISBN# 13:9780764129339 (without CD), and ISBN# 13:9780764177743 (with CD).  (You do not need to bring the textbook on the first day of class).

About the instructor:  Rita Frohlich has taught Spanish in her native country Peru before she moved to Miami.  She was the leading instructor and trainer at “Inlingua Language Centers”, taught FBI agents at the North Miami location for five (5) years and to executives in many corporations in Dade and Broward counties.  She has been an OLLI @ FIU instructor for more than ten (10) years. 

TUESDAY COURSES:

“Foreign and Domestic Events Shaping the International Community”

Mitra RahebDr. Mitra Raheb

In this course lecture series, Dr. Raheb will examine foreign events that have gripped the international community for the past decade. From Korea to China and the Middle East, local socio-economic and political issues of emerging and traditional powers will be discuss as well as their impacts on the international community.

Instructor:  Dr. Mitra Raheb

Spring Dates:  6 Tuesdays: April 17, 24, May 1, 8, 15, 22 

Summer A Dates:  4 Tuesdays: June 5, 12, 19, 26

Time:  10:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m

Spring Course Fee:   $90

Summer A Course Fee:  $70

Location:  Miami Shores Community Center, 9617 Park Drive, Miami Shores, Florida 33138

About the instructor:  Dr. Mitra Raheb, Ph.D., is a Professor of International Relations specializing in counter terrorism.  She is an expert in Islamic Fundamentalism Studies on America’s power, history of Islamic powers, banking, BRICS nations; Asia; and the Arab Spring and its failures. 

New course!!

Experience The Benefits Of Tai Chi

 For Physical and Mental Health

 

Arthur Barron

Instructor:  Arthur Barron
Spring A Dates:  5 Tuesdays: April 24, May 1,8, 15, 22

Summer A 2018: 4 Tuesdays June 5, 12, 19, 26

Summer B 2018: 4 Tuesdays July 10, 17, 24, 31

Time: 11:00 am – 12:30 pm

Spring A Course Fee:    $80

Summer A & B Course Fee: $70

Location:  Academic II Building – Room 212 (Biscayne Bay Campus)

About Tai Chi:

Tai Chi is an internal Chinese martial art practiced for both its defense training and health benefits. There are several training forms, the Tai Chi that Arthur Barron teaches is from the Yang school, which is especially known for being practiced at what most people categorize as slow movement.  The core training routine involves a slow sequence of movements emphasizing a straight spine, abdominal breathing and a natural range of motion.  Accurate, repeated practice of the routine is said to retrain posture, encourage circulation throughout the students' bodies and maintain flexibility through their joints. With purely a health emphasis, Tai Chi classes appeal to all ages, but have become especially popular in hospitals, clinics, community and senior centers over the last twenty years as baby boomers age and the art's reputation as a low stress training for seniors has become better known and recognized.  Tai Chi can be practiced for self-defense, for its aesthetic appeal, and for those who are more interested in its benefits to physical and mental health.

Researchers have found that Tai Chi practice has favorable effects on the promotion of balance control, flexibility, and cardiovascular fitness and reduces the risk of falls. Tai Chi's low impact movements can burn more calories than surfing and nearly as many as downhill skiing. Tai Chi appeals to health-conscious persons who enjoy and benefit both in body and in mind from the gentle to vigorous exercises, subtle self-defense techniques, mind-body rejuvenation methods, choreography challenges, and the subtle pleasures of doing Tai Chi in the Yang style. Tai Chi or as known in China as Taiji Quan is derived from the Taiji symbol, commonly known in the West as the “yin-yang” diagram.        

Dress code:          Comfortable sportswear with sneakers

What is Tai Chi?  What is the Yang style of Tai Chi? What are Tai Chi exercises and routine forms? What are the benefits of Tai Chi practice?  Introduction to Tai Chi Exercises, Chi Kung Breathing Techniques, Yang Style 85 Forms, and Introduction to Student Practice.

Session 2: Tai Chi exercise & Yang style forms routine practice

Session 3: Tai Chi exercises & Yang style forms routine practice

Session 4: Tai Chi exercises & Yang style forms and push hands practice

Session 5: Tai Chi exercises & Yang style forms and push hands practice 

About the instructor: 

Arthur Barron has practiced the Japanese martial arts of Judo, Karate and Kendo, and Chinese martial arts of Kung Fu, Tai Chi and Chi Kung breathing techniques over a span of four decades.  He has studied these martial arts respectively in Boston, San Francisco, and New York, as well as, Yogo Shiga Prefecture in Japan, and Honk Kong and Nanning Guangxi province in China. Barron spent over two years in the city of Nanning, China, where is learnt the traditional Chinese Yang style of Tai Chi and has ten years of experience in teaching this authentic method.     

                     

Cinema Without Borders:

"THE GOOD, THE BAD AND THE FEMININE: WOMEN IN CINEMA” 

 Shelly Isaacs

Shelly Isaacs

Instructor:  Shelly Isaacs

Spring Dates:  6 Tuesdays: April 17, 24, May 1, 8, 15, 29 (No class May 22)

Time: 2:30 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Course Fee:  $100      
Location:  Academic I Building – Auditorium Room 194 (Biscayne Bay Campus)

The six films that will be viewed and discussed are: Fatima - France,The Kindergarten Teacher - Israel, About Elly - Iran, Barbara - Germany, Diary of Chambermaid - France, 1,000 Rupee Note - India - Movie titles and order are subject to change.   

Cinema Without Borders:DENMARK ON THE DARK SIDE:  DANISH FILM NOIR”

Summer A Dates:  4 Tuesdays: June 5, 12, 19, 26

Time: 2:30 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Course Fee: 
$70
Location:  
Academic I Building – Auditorium Room 194 (Biscayne Bay Campus)

The six films that will be viewed and discussed are: Department Q: Keeper of Lost Causes, Department Q: A Conspiracy of FaithDepartment Q: The Absent One, Just Another Love Story

About the instructor:  Shelly Isaacs is one of South Florida’s most accessible film experts. As well as founder, programmer, and host for Cafe Cinematheque and Senses of Cinema programs available at many venues throughout South Florida. He also programs and hosts the annual International Film Series at the Aventura Performing Arts and Cultural Center. Previously he enjoyed a career as a creative director/writer/director and producer in advertising, spanning over 30 years, with an emphasis on film, TV, and radio advertising.  Shelly holds an MA in Media Ecology Studies from New York University, where he served as an Adjunct Professor in graduate-level Cultural Studies. In 2009, Shelly launched Cinematheque at Sea, offering audiences who appreciate foreign-language film an opportunity to experience his program of specially- selected films while on a luxury cruise. In addition to his exclusive cruises, he is the film expert for Celebrity Cruise Lines during their annual voyage to the Cannes International Film Festival, as well as on other scheduled film related cruises. 

WEDNESDAY COURSES: 

"Books and Films:  Inside Out"

Ronelle Delmont 

Ronelle Delmont – author, lecturer, revealer of false theories - brings books and films to life.  Join us in this thought-provoking and entertaining book and films review lecture series that will explore the profound and often controversial ideas behind America’s most popular best-selling books and films. Each title became immortalized by acclaimed screen dramatization.  Excerpts of each film will be shown in class.  You need not have read the books to enjoy the reviews in this stimulating lecture series

Instructor:  Ronelle Delmont
Spring  Dates:  6 Wednesdays: April 18, 25, May 2, 9, 16, 23
Time: 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Course Fee:  $100      
Location:  Academic I Building – Room 194 (Biscayne Bay Campus)

Titles of Books and Films for Spring term: THE OFF-ISLANDERS by NATHANIEL BENCHLEY - Film (1966)  THE RUSSIANS ARE COMING! THE RUSSIANS ARE COMING! by NORMAN JEWISON, CRY THE BELOVED COUNTRY by  ALAN PATON - Film (1995)  by DARRELL ROODT  plus  KURT WEIL’S  LOST IN THE STARS (1974),  VICTORIA AND ABDUL  by  SHRABANI BASU - Film (2017)  by  STEPHEN FREARS,  Z   by  VASSILOS VASSILIKOS - Film (1966)  by  Costa – Gavras,  THE PERFECT CASE by FULTON OURSLER -  Film (1947)   BOOMERANG  by  ELIA KAZAN,  HEDY’S FOLLY by RICHARD RHODES - Film (2017)   BOMBSHELL   by  ALEXANDRA DEAN.  Movie and book titles are subject to change 

 "Jewish Films"

Each week Ronelle will present the most significant excerpts from a venerated film depicting Jewish life.  All the films focus in some way on the difficulties of assimilation and/or Jewish identity in America.  The course will be an entertaining experience but thought provoking and educational just the same. Each movie will portray some meaningful aspect of Jewish lifestyles, cultural beliefs, or dramatic stories of historic relevance. 

Instructor:  Ronelle Delmont
Spring Dates:  6 Wednesdays: April 18, 25, May 2, 9, 16, 23 
Time: 2:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Course Fee:  $100      
Location:  Academic I Building – Room 194 (Biscayne Bay Campus)

Films for Spring will include:  A SERIOUS MAN (2009) BY  JOEL & ETHAN COEN, SUNSHINE  (1999) BY ISTVAN SZABO, THE INFIDEL (2010) BY DAVID BADDIEL, THE GARDEN OF THE FINZI-CONTINIS   (1970) BY VITTORIO DE SICA, THE MAN IN THE GLASS BOOTH   (1975)  BY ARTHUR HILLER, CRIMES AND MISDEMEANORS  (1989) BY WOODY ALLEN.  Movie titles are subject to change.

About the instructor:  Ronelle Delmont was raised on the Lower East Side and has often lectured throughout South Florida on the Lower East Side, Jewish immigration, the history of the 2nd Avenue Yiddish theatre district and other Jewish related subjects such as the Catskill Mountains.  She was a newcomer to Florida’s book review and lecture circuit when she began an unexpected career in public speaking in 1994.   In 1995 Ronelle graduated from Florida International University in Miami with a degree in International Relations.   She had also been a staff writer for the Broward Community College newspaper, “The Observer”, and won a 1993 Journalism Award for her coverage of the Ku Klux Klan and the Haitian refugee crisis.   She lives in South Florida with Parisian-born husband, Daniel Delmont, an international singer and talent agent.  They have four children and two grandchildren. 

 "All Politics, All the Time"

Dr. Kurt Stone 

Dr. Kurt Stone

Politics is news – all the time.  Groucho Marx once said, “Politics is the art of looking for trouble, finding it whether it exists or not, diagnosing it incorrectly, and applying the wrong remedy.”  Dr. Kurt Stone will take us on an insider’s probe of the week’s stories, with an eye toward proving Groucho wrong.  Dr. Stone – best-selling author, lecturer, political operative in Washington and California, “world-class news junky” – takes the stories apart.  The “players” and the “sides” are uncovered, political implications emerge, and solutions may magically appear.

Instructor:  Dr. Kurt F. Stone

Spring Dates:  6 Wednesdays: April 18, 25, May 2, 9, 16, 23

Summer A Dates:  4 Wednesdays: June 6, 13, 20, 27

Summer B Dates:  4 Wednesdays: July 11, 18, 25, August 1

Time: 1:00 p.m. – 2:30 p.m.

Spring Course Fee:   $100

Summer A & B Course Fee:   $70

Location:  Academic I Building – Room 130 (Biscayne Bay Campus)

History’s Greatest Lies Part I

Mark Twain once wrote, “The history of our race, and everyone’s experience is sown thick with evidences that a truth is not hard to kill, and that a lie told well is immortal.”  Truer words were likely never written.  Many pinnacles of human achievement – just as much as our worst moments in history – have been bound up with whoppers, misdirection, and deception.  Lies have been used to justify wars and the acquiring of weapons, the aggrandizing of ogres, as well as for imposing the dreams, ideology, or religion of one person, or group of people, on the rest of humanity. 

This class will examine some of history’s biggest whoppers, including:

  • Rome Was Provoked by Carthage to Declare War
  • The First Crusade Was Made up of Devout Pilgrims
  • Galileo Was Persecuted by the Jesuits Because He Said the Earth Orbits the Sun
  • The Protocols of the Elders of Zion
  • Hundreds of Freedom-Loving Citizens Were Held and Tortured in the Bastille, and Germany Was Solely Responsible for World War I
  • America Had No Pre-Knowledge of Pearl Harbor 

Instructor:  Dr. Kurt F. Stone
Spring Dates:  6 Wednesdays: April 18, 25, May 2, 9, 16, 23 

Time: 3:00 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Course Fee:  $100

Location:  Academic I Building – Room 130 (Biscayne Bay Campus)  

 

History’s Greatest Lies Part II

Mark Twain once wrote, “The history of our race, and everyone’s experience is sown thick with evidences that a truth is not hard to kill, and that a lie told well is immortal.”  Truer words were likely never written.  Many pinnacles of human achievement – just as much as our worst moments in history – have been bound up with whoppers, misdirection, and deception.  Lies have been used to justify wars and the acquiring of weapons, the aggrandizing of ogres, as well as for imposing the dreams, ideology, or religion of one person, or group of people, on the rest of humanity. 

This class will examine some of history’s biggest whoppers, including:  

  • Akhenaton: The Pharaoh History Almost Forgot
  • The Mexican-American War: Necessity or Choice
  • The Trail of Tears: Forced Migration or Willing Relocation?
  • The North Vietnamese are Attacking: The Lie that Got Us into Vietnam

Instructor:  Dr. Kurt F. Stone
Summer A Dates:   June 6, 13, 20, 27
Time: 3:00 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Course Fee:  $70

Location:  Academic I Building – Room 130 (Biscayne Bay Campus) 

 

We Built America Too: Lives of Great – if Unsung – American Jewish Giants

In September 1654, 23 Jewish refugees—men, women, and children—fled Recife, Brazil, and arrived in New Amsterdam. Within a relatively short period of time, Jewish men and women began making significant contributions to the growth, wealth, and creativity of this great land.  For more than 360 years, these contributions have come in the arts and sciences, politics, and finance – in virtually every endeavor from athletics to zoology.  Far too often though, their names and accomplishments have been consigned to history’s dustbin.  In this class, we will examine the lives, times, and accomplishments of 6 truly memorable – though mostly unsung – American Jewish giants: 

Belle Moscowitz, the brains behind Governor Al Smith and much of the New Deal, Bernard Baruch, the most trusted presidential advisor in American history, Adolph Zukor, the man who, more than anyone, invented the American film industry, Julia Prag Kahn, the first Jewish woman elected to Congress. 

Instructor:  Dr. Kurt F. Stone
Summer B Dates:  4 Wednesdays: July 11, 18, 25, August 1 

Time: 3:00 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Course Fee:  $70

Location:  Academic I Building – Room 130 (Biscayne Bay Campus)  

 

THURSDAY COURSES:  

 “Transition of the Dot"


Dr. Batia Cohen

Instructor:  Dr. Batia Cohen
Spring Dates:  4 Thursdays: May 3, 10, 17, 24
Time: 11:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Course Fee:  $70                 
Location:  Academic I Building – Room 194 (Biscayne Bay Campus)

How can we understand today's artists if we don't follow the path of earlier creations? By analyzing the simple development of the dot from artists working in the 19th century we can grasp the importance of artists working today that are following the same principle. We will explore the development of Pointillism by George Seraut, we will dedicate one lecture to learn about the life and work of Wassily Kandinsky, we will learn about the style of Pierre Bonnard and Edoaurd Vuillard and on the last lecture we will analyze the controversial and colorful Yayoi Kusama

About the instructor:  Dr. Batia Cohen has a PhD in Mesoamerican studies from the Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico. She was an adjunct professor at FIU, and has published numerous articles in specialized art and history magazines. Currently, she is a collaborator of an online cultural magazine and she published a historic novel “Una Amapola entre Cactus. 

Senses of Cinema: "VIVA LA CINEMA:  CONTEMPORARY FRENCH FILM”

Shelly Isaacs

Instructor:  Shelly Isaacs
Spring Dates: 6 Thursdays: April 19, 26, May 3, 10, 17, 31 (No class May 24)

Time: 2:30 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Course Fee: 
$100      
Location:  
Academic I Building – Auditorium Room 194 (Biscayne Bay Campus)

The six films that will be viewed and discussed are:  Marguerite, Moka, My Piece of the Pie, The Past, Fanny, Marius

Movie titles are subject to change 

Senses of Cinema: AH MEN!: THE CINEMATIC MALE

Summer B Dates: 4 Thursdays: July 12, 19, 26, August 2

Time: 2:30 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Course Fee: 
$70      
Location:  
Academic I Building – Auditorium Room 194 (Biscayne Bay Campus)

The four (4) films that will be viewed and discussed are: Cezanne and I, Pop Aye, John Rabe, Truman

About the instructor:  Shelly Isaacs is one of South Florida’s most accessible film experts. As well as founder, programmer, and host for Cafe Cinematheque and Senses of Cinema programs available at many venues throughout South Florida. He also programs and hosts the annual International Film Series at the Aventura Performing Arts and Cultural Center. Previously he enjoyed a career as a creative director/writer/director and producer in advertising, spanning over 30 years, with an emphasis on film, TV, and radio advertising.  Shelly holds an MA in Media Ecology Studies from New York University, where he served as an Adjunct Professor in graduate-level Cultural Studies. In 2009, Shelly launched Cinematheque at Sea, offering audiences who appreciate foreign-language film an opportunity to experience his program of specially- selected films while on a luxury cruise. In addition to his exclusive cruises, he is the film expert for Celebrity Cruise Lines during their annual voyage to the Cannes International Film Festival, as well as on other scheduled film related cruises. 

FRIDAY COURSES:

  "Books Inside Out"
Brockway Library, Miami Shores

Ronelle Delmont

Ronelle Delmont – author, lecturer, revealer of false theories - brings books to life.  Join us in this thought-provoking and entertaining book review lecture series that will explore the profound and often controversial ideas behind America’s most popular best-selling books. Each title became immortalized by acclaimed screen dramatization.  Excerpts of each film will be shown in class.  You need not have read the books to enjoy the reviews in this stimulating lecture series. 

Instructor:  Ronelle Delmont
Spring Dates:  6 Fridays:April 20, 27, May 4, 11, 18, 25 
Time: 11:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Course Fee:  $90      
Location:  Brockway Memorial Library, 10021 NE Second Avenue, Miami Shores, Florida 33138

Titles of books for Spring are:  MY BELOVED WORLD  by SONIA SOTOMAYOR, TURBULENT SOULS by STEPHEN DUBNER, WAR AGAINST WAR: The American Fight For Peace   by MICHAEL KAZIN, WAKING LIONS  by AYELET  GUNDAR-GOSHEN, A PEOPLE’S HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES by HOWARD ZINN, MANUFACTURING CONSENT  by NOAM CHOMSKY.  Book titles are subject to change.

About the instructor:  Ronelle Delmont was raised on the Lower East Side and has often lectured throughout South Florida on the Lower East Side, Jewish immigration, the history of the 2nd Avenue Yiddish theatre district and other Jewish related subjects such as the Catskill Mountains.  She was a newcomer to Florida's book review and lecture circuit when she began an unexpected career in public speaking in 1994.   In 1995 Ronelle graduated from Florida International University in Miami with a degree in International Relations.   She had also been a staff writer for the Broward Community College newspaper, "The Observer", and won a 1993 Journalism Award for her coverage of the Ku Klux Klan and the Haitian refugee crisis.   She lives in South Florida with Parisian-born husband, Daniel Delmont, an international singer and talent agent.  They have four children and two grandchildren.  

Parking information

Automobile license numbers are required upon registration to provide you with parking on the Biscayne Bay Campus; please have this information available at the time of course registration (not required for the Miami Shores locations).   More information about where to park will be provided at time of registration.  Thank you.

IN THE EVENT OF RECEIVING A PARKING VIOLATION NOTICE, PLEASE CONTACT THE OFFICE IMMEDIATELY BY EITHER CALLING 305-919-5910 OR SENDING AN E-MAIL TO abreum@fiu.edu.  MABEL WILL TAKE CARE OF YOUR PARKING VIOLATION NOTICE.   THANK YOU.

Registration Refund Policy:

No refunds are offered after classes begin.  Full refunds will be issued for any classes cancelled due to low enrollment. 
Registration fees cannot be pro-rated or transferred to future or other courses. 
Membership fee is not refundable

A big thanks to our OLLI volunteers! 

The OLLI@FIU administration would like to extend warm and heartfelt thanks to our active volunteers (alpha order):  Frida Ben-Hain, Simone Glaswand, Wendelin Heffron, Kathleen Redmond, Grace Russo, Alma Weintraub, and Candy Wisotsky. They help make the OLLI@FIU experience so much more enjoyable for everyone.

A big thanks to our donors! 

On behalf of the faculty, staff, and students at the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at FIU, we want to thank the following students:  Wendy Cinnamon, Berta Edery, Robert Kunzler, Michael and Norma Orovitz.  Thank you for your generous donations! 

OLLI new staff member announcement

Please welcome our newest office staff member, Marilena Gonzalez! 

A big thanks to our off-campus locations

We cannot forget about our Off-Campus locations, the Miami Shores Brockway Library, and the Miami Shores Community Center.  They are helping OLLI to reach out and provide educational, learning, and cultural opportunities for all adult members of the community at their locations. 

A big thanks to our faculty

Thank you for being there for the program! 

Thank you for supporting the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute program at FIU