Fall 2017 Follow-Up Form
The follow-up form is key to steadily improving the experience for both participants and leaders.
Please select your course from the list below alphabetized by the study leader's last name.
Marianne Barthel - Take Two van Goghs and Call Me in the Morning
James Bays - On Life Support - The American Health Care System
Robert Belenky - Fantasies, Dreams, Lies and Wishes: Writing Fictional Memoirs, a Workshop
Dean Brown - Finding Yourself in Your Dreams
Susan Brown - Vergil's Aeneid, Another Odyssey
Charlie Buell - On the Trail of Hillbilly Elegy
Priscilla Clark & Diane Guidone - The Supermarket Bouquet and Beyond: Designing with Flowers & Botanicals
Gael Clauson - Rock Your Writing: Handlettering 101
Guy Collins & Sarah Reeves - Here I Stand: Martin Luther and the Reformation
Larry Crocker - Here I Stand: Martin Luther and the Reformation
Harte Crow - Masters of 20th Century Architecture
Ford Daley - Louis Armstrong - Founder of Jazz
Roger Dontonville - Geocaching: Treasure Hunting with a Purpose
Judith Edwards - Eugene O'Neill, Nobel Prize Winner: Plays and Life
Toni Egger - Feeling Like An Immigrant
Jo Evarts - Born in the USA: Nature, Enlightenment, and the Hudson River School of Painting
John Ferries - The Patty Hearst Story
Rabbi Alan Fuchs - The Book of Job Revisited: A Response to Human Suffering
Ann Garland - iPad Beyond The Basics
Maynard Goldman - The Trials, Tribulations and Triumphs of Ted Kennedy, the Lion of the Senate
Elinor Gregor - How to Play Mah Jongg
Stephen Hackman - Writing in Circles
Landon Hall - Exploring Mindfulness and Going Deeper
Vic Henningsen - Two Rebellions and a Revolution: America in Crisis, 1785-1795
Ralph Hough - The Critical Challenge: Making Politics Constructive Again
Bob Jakoubek - Right Turn: The Republican Party from Nixon to Reagan, 1960-1980
Charles Johnson - Quantum Creativity
Jim Kennedy - The Gestalt of Grasses
Werner Kleinhardt - Why I Am Not a Christian
Roland Kuchel - Putin and Russia
John Lamperti - Revolutionaries and Tyrants of Central America and the Caribbean
Gene Lariviere - Concentration Camps and Stalags in America During WWII: A Look at the Home Front
Mark Lewis - South of the Border - 8 Exciting Films from Latin America
Jonna Mackin - The Serious Business of Comedy: Never Have We Needed Comedy More
Gail McPeek - Introduction to Birding
Joe Medlicott - “That is Happiness”: Novels and Selected Stories of Willa Cather (Part II)
Joanie Miller - Beginning Stock Market Investing for Women
Bryant Patten - The Internet of Things and its Impact on Individuals and the Economy
Beth Perera - Plantify Your Diet - How Plants May Save Your Life
Janet Rae - Intro to Acrylic Paints
Amanda Rafuse - Backstage @ Northern Stage: The Little Mermaid
John Randolph - Understanding and Applying the Science of Brain Health
Joanna Rapf - Silent Film Comedy
Evan Roberts - Am I Ready? Retirement Planning Made Easy
Marilyn Roberts - Jane Austen for the Contemporary Reader
Art Rosen - The Changing Concepts of God
Al Rossow - The Federal Reserve: 100 Years of Controversy
Bob Rougvie - Vichy, France and Its Place In The Social History of France
Steve Rounds - David Copperfield and Great Expectations: Two Dickens Boyographies
Scott Russell - Brew Class 102
Cyndi Scott - Estate Planning: It’s More Than Money
Jaimie Seaton - Personal Essays for Publication and Enjoyment
Ann Semprebon - Art and the Garden
Gilbert Sewall - Why Did Rome Fall?
Jeanne Shafer - A Study of the American Sculptor Augustus Saint-Gaudens 1848-1907
Anne Shivas - A Scottish Woman and Her Land - Nan Shepherd’s The Grampian Quartet
Lindsay Smith & Hannah Brilling - Mind, Body and Spirit: Cooking with Nutrition in Mind
Martin Smith & Randolph Martin - Climate Science and its Implications
Jonathan Stableford - Three from Philip Roth
Barbara Stern - The Gilded Age
Dennis Stern - What's So Funny? A Serious Look at American Humor
Melinda Stucker & Martha Lorden - Discovering Your Osher Teaching Style: How to Plan an Osher Course
Bill Sullivan - U.S. Intelligence: Past, Present and Future
Phil Tierney - Religion and Politics in America: From the Post-Columbian Era to the Trump Era
Patti Warren - The Zen of Watercolor
Don Watson - Stories of Human Predicament or Growing Wild Strawberries on Sunset Boulevard
Bonna Wieler & Cindy Heath - Watershed Awareness and Kayaking
Jim Wilson - Drawbridge Up or Drawbridge Down? and Other Unresolved Issues - Why We Should Love Trump
Tom Wilson - Armchair Travelers IX – Our National Parks
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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