LifeLong Learning's Monday Morning Lectures are widely acclaimed for the diversity of topics and the knowledge of their presenters. LLL takes special care to choose topics that both entertain and educate, giving our attendees a 60–90 minute introduction to areas of interest, as well as time for a comprehensive Q&A. Lectures begin at 10 a.m. and tickets are $5 at the door of the Renaissance Theater beginning at 9 a.m. 

The following lectures are planned for this season. Click on the DATE for more information about each program.

Oct. 21: Co-existing with Coyotes

Oct. 28: Homeland Security Investigations 

Nov. 4: China-U.S. Relations

Nov. 11: 150 Years of Arizona Photography

Jan. 6:  Geologic Forces that Formed Arizona

Jan. 13: Goodyear's Civic Square

Jan. 20:  Exploring Cultural Assumptions

Jan. 27: Islamic Terrorism

Feb. 3: Can We Get along?

Feb. 10: Fake News

Feb. 17: Future Water Security for Arizona

Feb. 24: Advances in Cardiac Care

March 2: Fighting Fires with Drones

March 9: The Volatile Politics of Eastern Europe

March 16: A Psychologist's View of Why We Harass

March 23: North Korea's Nuclear Program

March 30: The Gut-Brain Connection