From earthquakes and landslides to twin research and the history of Disneyland, Cal State Fullerton faculty members headline the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute’s fall Eclectics lecture series.
The program will be offered on select Tuesdays in Mackey Auditorium of the university’s Ruby Gerontology Center. The 10-11:30 a.m. lectures are free and open to the public.
- Sept. 11 — “Shakespeare’s Women” presented by Kay Stanton, professor of English, comparative literature and linguistics
- Sept. 25 — “Twins, Virtual Twins and Switched-at-Birth Twins: What They Tell Us About Human Behavior” presented by Nancy Segal, professor of psychology and director of the Twin Studies Center
- Oct. 9 — “The History of Disneyland and The Jungle Cruise” presented by David Marley, lecturer in history
- Oct. 23 — “Causes and Effects of Landslides and Possible Mitigation” presented by Binod Tiwari, professor of civil and environmental engineering and 2017 Outstanding Professor
- Nov. 6 — “Key Issues Related to HIV/AIDS in the Black Community” presented by Austin Nation, assistant professor of nursing
- Nov. 27 — “New Views on the Past Earthquake History of the Southern San Andreas Fault” presented by Sinan Akçiz, assistant professor of geological sciences
For more information about OLLI’s fall programs, view the catalog online or call 657-278-2446.