The Society for Learning Unlimited (SLU)
The Society for Learning Unlimited (SLU) is a non-profit organization at Beloit College. It offers many opportunities to explore cultural and intellectual interests in a stimulating environment. Learning new skills encourages personal growth, enhances emotional and mental health, and provides a more meaningful life.
Requirements for SLU Membership
Enthusiasm for lifelong learning
50 years of age or older
$5.00 per semester for membership dues
To receive your Spring 2020 SLU catalog of topics offered:
phone: (608) 312-2116
Beloit College, Box #229
700 College Street
Beloit, WI 53511-5595
Office located at 627 Church Street, Beloit, WI
Pat Raymer, Executive Administrator
FEBRUARY SLU PROGRAMS
KICKOFF Wednesday, FEBRUARY 5, 1PM - Ken Regez a long time film collector and archivist will present a collection of sound and silent films. He is having a film shown on PBS in February. Free, and open to the public.
Friday, Feb 7, 1PM - 3PM - Ellen Joyce, Assoc Prof. & Beatric McKenzie, Prof. of History, Beloit College will present a program on "Immigrants who came to Beloit in Search of factory Work.
Wednesday, Feb 12, 1PM - 3PM - Copper Tooling - Dee Fischer - Artist and Crafts person. You will make a piece of copper - Offsite. Check catalog.
Thursday, Feb 13, 1PM - 3PM - Lori Luther, Beloit City Manager will discuss Beloit growth.
Thursday, Feb 20, 1PM - 3PM -Rongal Watson will discuss reparations and the implications for American Social and Political life
Tuesday, Feb 25, 9AM - 11AM - Phil Chen will present "The 2020 Primaries and Caucuses"
Tuesday, Feb 25, 1PM - 3PM - Galin Berrier will present "Three Famous Black Lives"
Wednesday, Feb 26, 1PM - 3PM - Rob LaFleur, Professor of History and Anthropology will present "Shaping the Past".
Thursday, Feb 27, 1PM - 3PM - Current Climate Change - presented by Jay Zambito, Assoc. Prof. of Geology.
Please call 608-312-2116 for further info or email firstname.lastname@example.org