Faculty Lecture Series

Lifelong Learning Lectures are taught by Stetson University Faculty and local Community Experts on subjects they are passionate about and that they have spent years researching. Participants will expand their horizons, and will join a group of mature individuals that seek knowledge for its own sake and have a zest for exploring all the adventures life has to offer. All lectures are held in the Rinker Welcome Center from 2 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. unless otherwise noted.

Faculty Lectures Series

All lectures are held in the Rinker Welcome Center from 2 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. unless otherwise noted.

Sep 5 - The Idea of the Devil

Sep 13 - 100 Years Since the Russian Revolution and Why you should Care

Sep 20 - Retracing Bartram's Trail

Sep 27 - Saving Florida's Aquatic Gems

Oct 10 - On the Trail to Discover King Arthur

Oct 17 - Developing your Memoir - A hands-on experience

Oct 24 - Tibetan Buddhism

Nov 8 - Jeff Koons: Becoming the Richest Living Artist

Nov 14 - Oscar Bluemner: Vision and Revision

  • Date: Tuesday, November 14, 2017
  • Instructor: Dr. Roberta Favis
  • Location: Hand Art Center

Nov 21 - Hitler's Monsters

Registration

Registration for the Lecture Series gains participants to one or all of the lectures. You can register online by using the button located below or you may also register for courses by calling the Office of Continuing Education & Outreach at 386-822-7500.

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Lecture Series Fee

A one-time fee of $40.00 gains participants access to all of the lectures during the Fall Semester.