The exciting wide range of Monday Morning Lecture topics are sure to pique your interest, give you a lot to think about and educate you about some new and very relevant issues. Due to COVID-19, lectures are delivered via Zoom instead of in the Renaissance Theater. However, the quality that you’ve come to expect from LifeLong Learning remains intact. All lectures are free but registration is required.
Winter 2021 Schedule
- Jan. 25: Arizona Highways Magazine
- Feb. 1: The Planet Mars
- Feb. 8: The Gut-Brain Connection
- Feb. 15: Arizona State Parks
- Feb. 22: CRISPR - Gene Editing and Ethics
- Mar. 1: The WASP of WWII
- Mar. 8: Goodyear – An Economic Hotspot
- Mar. 15: Free Speech
- Mar. 22: Future Water Security for Arizona
- Mar. 29: A Psychologist’s View of Why We Harass
REGISTRATION is required for Monday Morning Lectures because attendance is limited to 100. You must have a LifeLong Learning user account to register. If you do not have one, click on Sign Up on the right side of this page. Registration begins approximately 30 days prior to each event.
Closed Captioning is now available!
From the Zoom screen, on the tool bar at the bottom of the computer screen, click on "Closed Captioning", then click on "Show Subtitles".
Watch the Sept. 21 lecture - Legal Issues Surrounding COVID-19:
Leila Barraza, J.D., M.P.H., gave a Monday Morning Lecture titled “COVID-19 Emergency Preparedness Primer.” You can access her slides here. They provide an interesting overview of the impact of laws and regulations for COVID-19. Ms. Barraza is an Associate Professor in the Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health and a Senior Consultant, Network for Public Health Law, Western Region.