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.
The University is hosting a wide array of enrichment opportunities this Spring! The General Alumni Association continues to offer its popular Civil War Series and Dinner With Faculty. The Ackland Art Museum has new exhibitions on display—three paintings by Picasso on loan and recent aquisitions of Japanese Art—as well as a host of programs for children, students, and adults.
The North Carolina Botanical Garden has several exciting lectures and classes coming up from how to grow shiitake mushrooms to dealing with invasive plant species. The Program in the Humanities and Human Values is offering its popular Spotlight on Scholars and Humanities in Action series at Flyleaf Books, as well as a special series, Carolina Conversations at the Museums, offered in collaboration with the General Alumni Association and NC State Museums in Raleigh.
The Friday Center is hosting its What's the Big Idea? series. This Spring's theme is built around food and its impact on society, the environment, and our health.
Whatever your interest, there's a program for you, so get ready to Think Again!
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Friday Center for Continuing Education
Chapel Hill, NC 27599-1020
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- Ackland Art Museum
Emily Bowles, 919-843-3675
- Friday Center for Continuing Education
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- General Alumni Association
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- NC Botanical Garden
Laura Cotterman, 919-962-0522
- Program in the Humanities and Human Values
Susan Landstrom, 919-962-1544
- School of Nursing
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