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OLLI at UConn Winter 2023 semester
January 9 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
OLLI at UConn offers its Winter 2023 session in January. Choose from online or in-person courses Mondays – Fridays across a wide array of subjects, including:
Crime and (Sometimes) Punishment:
January 9 – Without a Trace- the Disappearance of Billy Smolinski with Janice Smolinski and former State Rep. Vickie Nardello.
January 16 – Searching for Justice in the Naugatuck Valley with Robert Muldoon, investigative journalist and contributor to the Waterbury Observer.
January 23 – Waterbury’s “Mad Bomber” with Charles Monagan, author and former editor of Connecticut Magazine.
January 30 – Case of the Cat’s Paw Murders with Attorney David Obarowski, forensic discovery expert.
We Are Still Here: Indigenous People in Connecticut:
January 11 – “Six Things Everyone Should Know About the Native American Archaeology of Connecticut” with Sarah Sportman, Ph. D., Connecticut State Archeologist
January 18 – The Eastern Pequots Story with Valerie Gambrell
January 25 – The Mohegan Experience with David Eichelberg
February 1 – The “Lost” Tribes of Connecticut
and many more!
OLLI at UConn Waterbury is where adult learners 50 and above come to expand their minds and connect with other seasoned learners. We are proud to offer a community that invigorates the lives of lifelong learners across Connecticut.
OLLI at UConn is about friendship, learning and giving. Classes and activities are held year-round. Whether it’s a local or overnight trip, a get-together for book discussions or favorite films, a committee meeting or a gathering to register for courses, our members are active in and out of class every day of the week.