Join a line-up of UW-Green Bay experts on Thursday, July 15 from 3 p.m. to 4 p.m. for the next Phoenix Forum virtual speaker event, “How to Foster a True Love of Lifelong Learning.”
Learning shouldn’t end after graduation. In fact, one of the most valuable skills you can take from college is the ability to acquire knowledge and grow on your own. In this panel discussion, Kelli Strickland, Chuck Rybak, and Ryan Martin will discuss approaches to lifelong learning rooted in the arts, humanities, and social sciences. From continuing to read after college, to engaging with the performing arts, to harnessing the power of your brain’s natural motivation to learn, the speakers will offer concrete strategies on how your education can continue even when you’re no longer in school.
The presenters will speak on the following lifelong learning topics:
- Chuck: “Books as meditation: Why you should keep reading after college.”
- Kelli: “The Arts As Escapism, Unifier and Provocateur.”
- Ryan: Curiosity as an Exploration Bonus: Our Built-in Desire to Know Stuff. Please register. Once registered, you will be emailed a link to the event.