Lifelong Learning

View the 2017- 2018 Offering Brochure

Get Adobe Flash Player

Listed below are some upcoming courses to look for in the brochure:

  1. The Writing Circle: A Critique Group for Aspiring Writers:
    DATES: January 8, 22, February 5, 19, March 5, 19, April 2, 16, 2018 (Monday)   TIME:  1:00 - 3:00 p.m. 
    LOCATION: Fort Pierce, Main Campus, Brown Center for Innovation and Entreprenuership (Y-107)

    Do you have a passion for writing? Whether your interest is in writing novels, memoirs, poetry, essays, or short storis, these sessions will get you on your way. You will have opportunities to share what you write, learn to give and accept helpful critiques, and receive suggestions for bringing your writing to life. New and returning participants welcome. Maximum number of participants is 10. 

    To Register, Click Here
     
  2. Movie Mania- Using Psychological- Psychoanalysis as Another Way to View Films:
    DATES: January 8, February 12, March 19, 2018 (Monday)
    TIME: 1:00 - 4:00 p.m.  LOCATION: St. Lucie West, Pruitt Campus, Schreiber Conference Center, (D-111)

    This course will lead participants on a psychological exploration of three popular films. Participants will watch one film each session and then engage in active discussion regarding psychological themes that exist within the film.
    - Into the Wild (2007) -Drama/Biography 2h 28m
    - Doubt (2008)- Drama/Mystery 1h 44min
    - Marnie (1964) - Mystery/Thriller 2h 10m

    To Register, Click Here
     
  3. European, Asian and KhoiSan Peoples in South Africa Today and Their Relationship to the African Majority:
    DATES: January 9, 16, 2018 (Tuesday)
    TIME: 1:30 - 3:30 p.m.   LOCATION: Vero Beach, Mueller Campus, Richardson Center, (C-103)

    This course will review the major minority groups in South Africa today, examining their history and culture. We will discover that the traditional four-group ethnic division (European, Asian, African (black), and Coloured (mixed race)) expressed in the former policy of Apartheid were not based on fact. 

    To Register, Click Here
     
  4. The Jewish American Short Story:
    DATES: January 22, 29, February 5, 12, 2018 (Monday)
    TIME: 10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.  LOCATION: Vero Beach, Mueller Campus, Richardson Center, (C-103)

    Not so long ago, Jewish American writers (Saul Bellow, Bernard Malamud, Philip Roth) were prominent in short story and novel writing. Bellow won a Nobel Prize, Roth a coveted reissue of all his fiction, and Malamud was acknowledged by his peers as the master they followed. This class will consider one or more stories of each of these writers and compare them to stories by F. Scott Fitzgerald and Ernest Hemingway to see if we can tease out what it meant to be a “Jewish” American writer.

    To Register, Click Here
     

 If you would like to be placed on our mailing list, please email the Fielden Institute or phone the office at 772-462-7880.

 

Spotlights

IRSC Scholarships

IRSC Employees: Join Team IRSC 2017!

Fielden Institute for Lifelong Learning: Registration NOW Open!

Dr. Elliot Cohen Awarded 2017 Anne R. Snyder Department Chair Excellence Award

Dr. Angie Bailey Named 2017 Harriett Kirk Crago Faculty of the Year

Congratulations! Timothy Girard, President of Girard Equipment, Named 2017 Entrepreneur of the Year

Leslie Candes Named IRSC's 2017 Distinguished Alumna

Planned Giving

IRSC Alumni Association

gximage2?o=7932659&l=v4