Welcome to Think Again!, UNC-Chapel Hill’s online magazine of lifelong learning. This online publication is produced by the William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education and features continuing education opportunities offered by the Ackland Art Museum, General Alumni Association, NC Botanical Garden, Program in the Humanities and Human Values, the School of Nursing, and the Friday Center.
This summer, the University is offering a wide variety of enrichment opportunities! Make sure to visit the beautiful NC Botanical Garden and attend a lecture about Henry David Thoreau or take a class on growing tomatoes. You also won't want to miss the Pride and Prejudice at 200 summer program, offered by the Program in the Humanities, or the Civil War lecture series put on by the General Alumni Association. Catch up on what Carolina professors are researching by attending one of Flyleaf Books' popular Spotlight on Scholars or Humanities in Action lectures. If you study nursing or a related field, brush up on your grant writing skills during a week-long institute that will help you write a stronger grant application. Finally, kids will love the Ackland Art Museum's Art Adventures program, where they'll be taken on a guided tour of the museum and have the opportunity to create their own masterpiece! Whatever your interest, there's a program for you, so get ready to Think Again!
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Your comments and suggestions about the magazine are welcome. Please direct them to:
Friday Center for Continuing Education
Chapel Hill, NC 27599-1020
Please direct inquiries about programs and services to:
- Ackland Art Museum
Emily Bowles, 919-843-3675
- Friday Center for Continuing Education
Tyler Ritter, firstname.lastname@example.org
- General Alumni Association
Ann-Louise Aguiar, 919-962-3574
- NC Botanical Garden
Laura Cotterman, 919-962-0522
- Program in the Humanities and Human Values
Susan Landstrom, 919-962-1544
- School of Nursing
Susan Snyder, email@example.com
- UNC Libraries
Tanya Fortner, firstname.lastname@example.org
The William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education offers lifelong learning opportunities through three main divisions:
- Credit Programs for Part-time Students
- Professional Development and Enrichment Programs
- The Conference Center.