This course is offered online via the easy-to-use Zoom program.
Are you a science nerd or a literature nerd? You may be surprised by the number of scientists who have written poetry and the number of writers who have been inspired by science! Join fellow OLLI members in reading some of these authors’ and poets’works, and discussing the scientific concepts presented. Though some may think the two would make an unlikely pairing, the opposite is true.
Please note-- reading materials that are not available for free from the links below will be emailed to course participants in advance.
Instructor Linda E. Neville received her Master's of Education at Penn State University. She is currently an English Language Arts Instructor and Co-coordinator of Distance Learning at the Northern Berkshire Adult Education Program/Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts (MCLA) in North Adams, Mass. Before becoming a teacher she worked in the family business, Neville's Donut Shop, with her husband, children and grandchildren while attending MCLA. After graduating, she taught English and Humanities as a public school teacher. Having a life-long interest in local history, she continues her research on the book: The North Adams Hawthorne---Summer of 1838.
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