|Professor Keith Strevett|
The course is entitled “People, Science and the Environment” and will examine how people use science to understand how they relate to the environment. It will also explore relationships between people and ecosystems and the science behind how ecosystems work. The many forms of pollution as well as types of energy resources will be addressed.
“This four week seminar is an exciting opportunity to engage lifelong learners in our community. I am looking forward to interacting with the participants and hearing of the changes in people’s perceptions of and how they relate to the environment over time.”
OLLI at OU is one of the endowed Osher Lifelong Learning Institutes supported by the Bernard Osher Foundation and is dedicated to promoting lifelong learning and personal growth of older adults, age 50+, through a variety of noncredit courses. For more information visit http://www.ou.edu/outreach/olli/