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Lectures

Adventures of Lifelong Learning


ALL members enjoy twice-monthly free lectures and programs on the UW-Parkside campus. These cover a wide variety of subjects: current events, health, history, travel, the arts, etc. Our speakers are experts in their fields and welcome questions from the audience.

For descriptions of the current lectures, click this link.
To view past lectures, see the section below.
Have an idea for a lecture? Share your suggestion.


NEW! We are releasing recordings and lecture slides, when available, for select recent lectures. Take a look.

Current Virtual Lectures

Newspapers and Community Journalism - What Then, What Now, What Next?


September 20  |  2 pm 

Presenter:  Pete Wicklund, Managing Editor, The Kenosha News
 

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The Status of Women in Afghanistan


October 4  |  2 pm 

Presenter:  Elizabeth Brownson, Associate Professor of History, UW-Parkside
 

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The Psychology of Creativity - Staying Creative and Inspired as We Age


October 18  |  2 pm 

Presenter:  Darya Zabelina, Ph. D., Assistant Professor of Psychology, University of Arkansas
 

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Twenty-first Century American Indian


November 1  |  2 pm 

Presenter:  Louis V. Clark III, Award-winning Oneida Nation Storyteller, Poet, and Author
 

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The Incredibly Difficult Process of Legal Immigration


November 15  |  2 pm 

Presenter:  Peggy James, Ph.D., Dean of the College of Social Studies and Political Science, and Professor of Politics, Philosophy and Law, UW-Parkside
 

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Important Notes

Past Lectures
To view past lectures, click the + button to open the list.

Spring, Summer, and Fall 2021 Lectures

“Newspapers and Community Journalism – What Then, What Now, What Next?”
Pete Wicklund, Managing Editor, The Kenosha News
Sep 20, 2021

Recording

“The Status of Women in Afghanistan”
Elizabeth Brownson, Associate Professor of History, UW-Parkside 
Oct 4, 2021

Recording

“Featuring Racine Siena Center”
Board Chair Sr. Bea Eichten and Executive Director Claire Anderson
Jun 7, 2021

Recording

“History of Tuberculosis”
Philip Wegner
Jun 21, 2021

Recording

“The Purpose-Driven Landscape - Landscaping with Life in Mind”
Nan Calvert, Program Manager for Respect Our Waters for Root-Pike Watershed Initiative Network
Jul 12, 2021

Recording | Presentation Slides

“All About Bats”
Cathy Mossman, Distinguished Lecturer at UW-Parkside
Jul 19, 2021

Recording

“The Cash Bail System in Wisconsin” 
Carlo Esqueda, Dane County Clerk of Courts
Aug 2, 2021

Recording | Presentation Slides

“Diabetes – “Then” and Now”
Georgia A. Horner, RN, BSN, CDCES
Aug 16, 2021

Presentation Slides

"Wisconsin Courts – Justice in a Time of Pandemic”
Racine County Reserve Judge Emily Mueller
Jan 11, 2021

Recording

"A Journey through America's National Park System"
David Kroese, a public speaker
Jan 25, 2021

Recording

"After the Election - Prospects in a Post (?) Trumpian Republic"
Professor Jerald Mast, Chair of Political Science at Carthage College
Feb 1, 2021

Recording

“Understanding the Rainbow - the LGBTQ+ Community”
Barb Farrar, Executive Director of the LGBT Center of SE Wisconsin
Feb 15, 2021

Recording

"The Kenosha Public Library – Books and (MUCH) More"
Barbara Brattin, the director of both the Kenosha Public Library and the Kenosha County Library System
Mar 1, 2021

Recording

“SPARKing Creativity” 
Tricia Blasko, Curator of Education for the Racine Art Museum (RAM)
Mar 15, 2021

Recording

"The Present and Future of the City of Kenosha" 
Kenosha Mayor John Antaramian and Retired Kenosha Chief of Police John Morrissey
Apr 5, 2021

Recording

“How the Medical Research Community Responded to Covid-19”
Renren Wen, PhD, Associate Investigator at Versiti Lab
Apr 19, 2021

Recording

“Abraham Lincoln and the Election of 1860”
Doug Daumann, the Director of Education at the Civil War Museum in Kenosha
May 3, 2021

Recording

“Racine County’s History of Invention and Innovation:  A Guided Tour of the Racine Heritage Museum”
Christopher Paulson, Executive Director of Racine Heritage Museum
May 17, 2021

Recording

Fall and Spring 2020 Lectures

"Exploring Immigration Issues” 
Linda Boyle and Sue Spicer, RIC (Racine Interfaith Coalition)
Sep 28, 2020

Recording | Presentation Slides

“The Carthage – NASA Connection” 
Kevin Crosby, Carthage College
Oct 5, 2020

Recording

“The Current National Political Scene”
John Nichols, Madison Journalist
Oct 12, 2020

Recording 

Auto Safety Testing”
Hans Hauschild, Froedtert Health Services
Oct. 26, 2020

Recording

“Eleanor Roosevelt”
Jessica Michna, historical representer
Nov. 2, 2020

Recording

“Current Cardiology Issues and Practice”
Anna Silenzi, Cardiologist
Nov 16, 2020

Presentation Slides

  • Cutting Your Cable - A Primer on Streaming TV
  • Tai Chi from A to Z
  • ' The Future Belongs To...' - The 1944 Political Party Conventions
  • Contemporary Foot and Ankle Medicine and Surgery
  • Transformation and Criminal Justice Reform
  • What's Up in Kenosha?
  • Current Trends in Vehicle Safety Research at the Medical College of Wisconsin
  • SPARK!ing Creativity
  • Racine, Wisconsin - "Crossroads Community"
  • Eleanor Roosevelt - "First Lady of the World"

NOTE: Recordings and presentation slides are not available prior to Sep 2020

General Information

Lunch Before Lectures

When We Return to Campus

Join other ALL members for lunch at the Brickstone Grill (next to the Student Center Cinema) as they gather at about 12:45 pm for chatting and dining before the scheduled lectures. Remember to bring your ALL membership card to receive a discount at the Brickstone Grill checkout. 

Parking Information
 

  • Parking Permits need to be displayed at the time of parking
  • Please park in Tallent Hall (Lot T) or Student Center (Lot A)

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Adventures in Lifelong Learning

Mon-Thu  |  8:30 am-1:30 pm 
262-595-2793
lifelonglearning@uwp.edu

900 Wood Rd.
Kenosha, WI 53144 

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