Classes in Ocean Pines

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The Center for Extended & Lifelong Learning at Salisbury University and Ocean Pines Association have teamed up to bring SU to the Shore! Stay updated on upcoming classes and events by signing up for our newsletter.

We're excited to offer these lifelong learning classes, and hope you will enjoy them!

Spring Faculty Lecture Series Begins February 8th!

SU Faculty will lecture each week on their topics of expertise, in the arts, history, environmental studies, music, literature and so much more.

Fridays, 3:30-5:00 pm, February 8 – April 26
Ocean Pines Chamber of Commerce
11031 Cathell Road, Berlin, MD

$8 per individual lecture or $80 for all 11 (plus 2 free guest passes).

Walk-ins Welcome!

  • Feb 8 - What Does DNA Really Tell Us About Our Ancestors?
  • Feb 15 - King James and the Witch Trials of Scotland
  • Feb 22 - Saving Lives with Medical Simulation
  • Mar 1 - Gut-Brain Connection: Immunity & Mental Health
  • Mar 8 - Poetry Deconstructed: The Bones We Don't See

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  • Mar 15 - Fact/Fiction: Common Sense Approach to Consuming Mass Media
  • Mar 29 - Sculpture & Movement: Animating the Unmoving
  • Apr 5 - Respectability Politics & (Un)Civil Disobedience
  • Apr 12 - Harvesting Sunlight with Green Technology
  • Apr 19 - Reconstructing John Smith's Nanticoke River Voyage using Remote Sensing
  • April 26 - Improving STEM Outreach via Augmented Reality
  • Writing Your Memoir I

    February 14 - March 21Emily Rich headshot
    Thursdays, 9:00 - 10:30 a.m.
    $60
    Ocean Pines Community Center

    Emily Rich, Instructor
    Memoir I will focus on organizing and developing an engaging memoir.

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  • War of Words: Media coverage of conflicts and causes from My Lai to #MeToo

    March 26 - April 9Dave Burns headshot
    Tuesdays, 3:30 - 5:00 p.m.
    $30
    Ocean Pines Community Center

    Dave Burns, Instructor
    Nothing impacts journalism coverage more profoundly than conflict. Wars particularly alter the fundamental ways reporters do their jobs. Civil unrest at home also shapes the way journalists tell stories. Join Dr. David Burns for a lively discussion of how conflicts have been covered by the press throughout our recent history - from My Lai to #MeToo.

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