Spring 2018 Follow-Up Form
The follow-up form is key to steadily improving the experience for both participants and Study Leaders.
Please select your course from the list. Alphabetized by the study leader's last name. If there were multiple sections of your course, please be sure you are selecting the appropriate section!
Lauren Buchanan - The History of Cheese and the Development of American Artisanal Cheeses
Charlie Buell - On the Trail of Hillbilly Elegy
Hank Buermeyer & Tom Urgo - Dramatic Courtroom Trials - Hollywood Style
Thomas Burke - Perspectives on the Holocaust
Anne Chandler - The Palestinian Narrative: Will 2018 Be the Final Chapter?
Priscilla Clark & Diane Guidone - Floral Design with Spring Flowers and Botanicals
Gael Clauson - Rock Your Writing: Hand-Lettering 101
Dan Collison - Joy and Struggle in Literature: The Cultivation of Savor and Opportunity
Peter Concillio - Jazz: Birth of the Cool
Page Coulter - Reach and Romp: Writing Poetry
Harte Crow - Frank Lloyd Wright in the 1930’s – Rebirth & Revolution
Ford Daley - Simon & Garfunkel
Judith Edwards - The Civilian Conservation Corps: Why Knowledge of That Great Humanitarian Effort Has Relevance for Our Divided Society
Bonnie Fladung & Norman Miller - African Roundtable: Focus on Wildlife
Maynard Goldman - The Summer of 1941
Lewis Greenstein - How Did We Get Here or Have We Always Been Here?
Stephen Hackman - Writing in Circles
Vic Henningsen - Revolution Revised: The Founders in the 1790’s
Mary Ann Holbrook - Mah Jongg, the Game of the Sparrows
Rick Hutchins - Sport in America since 1865
Vikke Jas - George Perkins Marsh: History, Legacy, and the Meaning of Environmentalism
Robert Kalm - The Interactive Voice
Sarwar Kashmeri - The 21st Century’s Great Game: United States and China in Asia
Mary Keeler - Women Painters of the Cornish Art Colony
Jim Kennedy - Into the Weeds: Exploring Natural Landscapes
Werner Kleinhardt - An Outline of Intellectual Rubbish
Mark Lewis - Oh, To Be in England - Through Film
Josette & Ray Malley - Macron’s France and the World
Susan McCaslin - An Introduction to the Religion of Islam
Joe Medlicott - Remembrance of Things Past: Writing Memoirs
Joanie Miller - Beginning Stock Market Investing for Women
Evangeline Monroe - Immigration - What Does Race Have To Do With It?
Kevin Moquin & Barry Glennon - Seniors and Investing: Don’t Be the Next Victim, Protect Your Financial Future
Rob Nawojchik - Whales, Dolphins, Seals, & Sea Lions: The Biology of Marine Mammals
Moby Pearson - Not Your Usual Music Appreciation
Beth Perera - Plantify Your Diet - How Plants May Save Your Life
Scott Rappeport - Volcanoes, Environmental Shocks, and Civilization
Marilyn Roberts - King Lear Then and Now
Joseph Ronan - Aristotle’s Ethics: What is a Good Life?
Steve Rowe - Fly Fishing/Fly Casting
Sallyann Sack - How to Trace Your Jewish Genealogy
John Sanders & Jim Wooster - (Morning Section) Great Decisions 2018
John Sanders & Jim Wooster - (Afternoon Section) Great Decisions 2018
Alice Schori - Spring Wildflowers and Ferns
Iain Sim - 21st Century Genetic Technologies: For Better, For Worse?
Anne Steele - Beginner’s Anti-Aging Yoga Practice
Robert Taylor - The Far-Right’s Rise in Europe
Steve Taylor - Upper Valley, a State Within Two States: How Did This Come to Be?
Patti Warren - Beyond the Basics: Watercolor Flora
Don Watson - Stories of Human Predicaments or Personal Sonatas in Film
Jim Wilson - Making Sense, 2018
Jim Wilson - Intro to Travel Photography, Composition, and Tips
1. How many of the sessions did you attend?
If there were six sessions, for instance, and you attended all of them, write your answer as 6/6.
2. Your Overall Experience
With the Course Catalog description in mind, write a few words about how this class turned out or did not turn out to be what you expected. Please be specific. Do you think this course should be offered again?
3. Positive Aspects
From your experience, please write a few sentences about what worked well in this course. Be specific, where applicable, about presentation, discussion, organization, use of technology, etc.
4. Possible Areas for Improvement
Please supply any suggestions you have to make a class like this better for you as a participant. Feel free to be subjective, as people learn differently, but please be specific.
5. New Study Leader Suggestion
Know anyone you think would make a great study leader? Add their name here, along with the topic you have in mind.
6. New Leader Phone Number
Include area code and extension, if applicable.
7. New Leader E-mail
8. Suggestions for New Courses
Is there a subject you've always wanted to explore? A class you'd like to repeat? Here's your chance to help shape our future course offerings!
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