Larry Anderson, LLL’s outgoing president, with Janet
Ford, who has taken over effective July 1, 2012
Janet Long Ford, President
Cate Dixon, Secretary
Our Spring semester began on Monday, March 11 and runs through
Friday, May 17. While formal
registration is now closed, many of our offerings are available on a “walk-in”
The following offerings are currently available on a walk-in
- Courses: C10.
- Lectures: L12, L13
- Field trips: FT5.
register as a walk-in, please complete the registration form from your
catalog or download and complete one from this website and bring it, along
with a check or cash (exact amount would be appreciated!), to any available
class you wish to attend. Please arrive early enough to check in with
the TA and get your name card.
download a registration form from this web site, click on the “Registration”
button at left and follow the instructions.
Slides from Dave Thomas’s March 18 lecture on Global Warming
are available to download as a pdf.
Click on the “Lectures” button, go to “L1: Science, Pseudoscience and
the Battle over Global Warming” and follow the instructions.
Our member-driven, volunteer-run structure enables us to
keep quality high and fees low. For 2013, for the first time in over five
years, we have reluctantly raised our fees to $7 a session and $10 for field trips to meet rising costs as we
strive to maintain our unique identity among local adult education
opportunities, including: academic-style courses limited to 30 or fewer
students to encourage discussion and questions; classes of up to five
two-hour sessions to allow for meaningful exchanges with the instructors; and
no membership or registration fees.
Since 1990, LifeLong Learning (LLL) has offered daytime
academic-level courses, lectures and field trips that stimulate the intellect
and help to expand the knowledge of adults aged 50+ in the Albuquerque area.
All our offerings are taught by experts; many are retired professors and
professionals. Our member-driven, volunteer-run structure enables us to keep
quality high and fees low. Unless otherwise noted in the descriptions,
classes are limited to 28 participants to encourage discussion and questions.
Some lecture sessions may somewhat exceed that number.
Anyone who enrolls becomes a member of LifeLong Learning
for one year. In administering our policies and programs, we do not
discriminate on the basis of race, gender, religion, ethnicity or sexual