Privacy in the digital era, negative mood regulation and pharmaceutical drug administration are a few of the topics that will be addressed during the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute’s spring lecture series.
Presented by campus and community experts, the “Eclectics” series is free and open to the public. Lectures take place select Tuesdays from 10-11:30 a.m. in Mackey Auditorium of CSUF’s Ruby Gerontology Center.
- Jan. 30 — “The U.S. Health Care System: How Pharmacy Benefit Managers Impact Prescription Drug Use” presented by Daniel Tomaszewski, assistant professor of pharmacy administration at Chapman University
- Feb. 13 — “Negative Mood Regulation and the Psychology of Japan” presented by Jack Mearns, CSUF professor of psychology
- Feb. 27 — “The Importance of Black History for Everyone: A Personal Perspective” by Jerry Hunter, chancellor emeritus of North Orange County Community College District
- March 13 — “Everyday Invasions of Privacy in the Digital Era” presented by Jason Shepard, CSUF associate professor of communications
- April 3 — “University Sustainability and Resiliency: Sustainability You Can See” presented by Tamara Wallace, CSUF sustainability projects coordinator
For more information about OLLI programs, view the online catalog or call 657-278-2446.