FLORIDA ATLANTIC UNIVERSITY®

John D. MacArthur Campus at Jupiter Events

November 29 - December 29, 2020

Monday, November 30

Taylor Hagood, Ph.D.

The second great flowering of African American arts and culture of the 20th century took place from the mid-1960s to the mid-1970s and is referred to as the...

11/30 2:30pm
Virtual Event
Kurt Stone, D.D.

In April 1898, American Mutoscope — one of the earliest American film companies, released a half-reel short of thenAssistant Secretary of the Navy Theodore...

11/30 7pm
Virtual Event

Tuesday, December 1

Burton Atkins, Ph.D.

Explore how movies serve as “visual texts” for examining the history and memory of the Holocaust in this one-time vitual lecture by Dr. Atkins. The OLLI at...

12/1 9:30am
Virtual Event
Hank Savitch, Ph.D.

Join Dr. Savitch for this one-time virtual lecture as he covers the 1948 War of Independence and describes the “first division” of Jerusalem between Israel...

12/1 12pm
Virtual Event
Ronald Feinman, Ph.D.

Explore the lives of another set of fascinating first ladies (Edith Roosevelt, Helen Taft, Lady Bird Johnson, Pat Nixon, and Rosalynn Carter) in this...

12/1 12pm
Virtual Event
Cereal Box Mechanical Cards

Instructor Shawn Sheehy Tuesday December 1 6 to 8 PM Eastern Standard Time Virtual Workshop: from wherever you are Tuition: Self Determined (suggested:...

12/1 6pm
Virtual Event
Alexander Wu

For his second OLLI performance, pianist Alexander Wu will take us on a virtual musical journey through classical and jazz, with beautifully chosen...

12/1 7pm
Virtual Event

Wednesday, December 2

Jeffrey Morton, Ph.D.

Based upon his popular Great Decisions format, Professor Morton will evaluate seven critical issues confronting American foreign policy makers. Each issue...

12/2 9am
Virtual Event
Jeffrey Morton, Ph.D.

Based upon his popular Great Decisions format, Professor Morton will evaluate seven critical issues confronting American foreign policy makers. Each issue...

12/2 12pm
Virtual Event
Taylor Hagood, Ph.D.

In this virtual installment of the phone book series, Taylor Hagood presents the romantic history of St. Augustine. The OLLI at FAU Jupiter fall semester...

12/2 2:30pm
Virtual Event
Rod MacDonald

Pioneers of soul, funk, country and popular music, Ray Charles and Stevie Wonder brought their unique genius to such classics as “I Can’t Stop Loving You,”...

12/2 7pm
Virtual Event

Thursday, December 3

The Honorable Bruce Reinhart

Judge Reinhart will look at the historical development of the Fourth Amendment including legal concepts, particularly, how the fourth amendment evolved in...

12/3 9:30am
Virtual Event
Taylor Hagood, Ph.D.

In a new installment of the Great Books course, Taylor Hagood will focus on four women writers of Modernism: Kate Chopin, Edith Wharton, Djuna Barnes, and...

12/3 12pm
Virtual Event
Irving Labovitz, J.D.

TV shows and films about the law make the legal profession seem exciting and glamorous. Discover how real law can be even more stimulating than its dramatic...

12/3 2:30pm
Virtual Event
Robert Rabil, Ph.D.

In this virtual lecture, Dr. Rabil will emphasize the nature and implications of threats to U.S. foreign policy and will argue for a new approach grounded in...

12/3 5pm
Virtual Event
Paper Gifts

INSTRUCTOR STEPHANIE WOLFF VIRTUAL WORKSHOP THURSDAY DECEMBER 3, 2020 6 PM TO 8 PM EASTERN STANDARD TIME FROM WHEREVER YOU ARE CLASS LIMIT: 15 A small...

12/3 6pm
Virtual Event

Friday, December 4

Frank Cerabino

This course will take students through the weekly news roundup with Palm Beach Post columnist Frank Cerabino, who will select some of the important,...

12/4 9am
Virtual Event
Terryl Lawrence, Ed.D.

This course will examine the connections between the lives and artistic activities of art collectors and artists whose powerful personalities and work...

12/4 11:15am
Virtual Event
Benito Rakower, Ed.D.

Court and lawyer films have the highest possibility of appeal to American film audiences, because ours is a litigious society. Another reason is that an...

12/4 1:30pm
Virtual Event

Monday, December 7

Ralph Nurnberger, Ph.D.

In this Live Zoom Class, Dr. Ralph Nurnberger will tell the amazing story of Nicholas Winton, a young British stockbroker who began a unique rescue mission...

12/7 9:30am
Virtual Event
Taylor Hagood, Ph.D.

The second great flowering of African American arts and culture of the 20th century took place from the mid-1960s to the mid-1970s and is referred to as the...

12/7 2:30pm
Virtual Event
Kurt Stone, D.D.

In April 1898, American Mutoscope — one of the earliest American film companies, released a half-reel short of thenAssistant Secretary of the Navy Theodore...

12/7 7pm
Virtual Event

Tuesday, December 8

René Silvin

René Silvin will present the story of Wallis Simpson using personal accounts of his relationship with the widowed Duchess, when he became her confidant and...

12/8 9:30am
Virtual Event
Hank Savitch, Ph.D.

Explore the long, fascinating history of who “owns” Jerusalem in this one-time virtual lecture by Dr. Savitch. The OLLI at FAU Jupiter fall semester will be...

12/8 12pm
Virtual Event
Bill Boggs

Emmy Award®-winning TV host Bill Boggs has interviewed many of the greatest singers of our era. This musically-packed virtual talk features rare clips from...

12/8 7pm
Virtual Event

Wednesday, December 9

Jeffrey Morton, Ph.D.

Based upon his popular Great Decisions format, Professor Morton will evaluate seven critical issues confronting American foreign policy makers. Each issue...

12/9 9am
Virtual Event
Jeffrey Morton, Ph.D.

Based upon his popular Great Decisions format, Professor Morton will evaluate seven critical issues confronting American foreign policy makers. Each issue...

12/9 12pm
Virtual Event
Doug McGetchin, Ph.D.

Since its first award in 1901, the Nobel Peace Prize has provided international recognition of courage and achievement in making this world a better place....

12/9 2:30pm
Virtual Event
Robert Wyatt

Experience the music and history of British composer Andrew Lloyd Webber in this one-time virtual lecture by pianist Robert Wyatt. The OLLI at FAU Jupiter...

12/9 7pm
Virtual Event

Thursday, December 10

David Head, Ph.D.

Learn how Washington was the greatest president we’ve ever had — and why it’s a good thing he won’t be matched in this one-time virtual lecture by Dr....

12/10 9:30am
Virtual Event
Taylor Hagood, Ph.D.

In a new installment of the Great Books course, Taylor Hagood will focus on four women writers of Modernism: Kate Chopin, Edith Wharton, Djuna Barnes, and...

12/10 12pm
Virtual Event
Irving Labovitz, J.D.

TV shows and films about the law make the legal profession seem exciting and glamorous. Discover how real law can be even more stimulating than its dramatic...

12/10 2:30pm
Virtual Event
Robert Rabil, Ph.D.

In this one-time virtual lecture, Dr. Rabil will shed some light on the Mossad’s actionable intelligence and political missions, underscoring both its...

12/10 5pm
Virtual Event

Friday, December 11

Frank Cerabino

This course will take students through the weekly news roundup with Palm Beach Post columnist Frank Cerabino, who will select some of the important,...

12/11 9am
Virtual Event
Terryl Lawrence, Ed.D.

This course will examine the connections between the lives and artistic activities of art collectors and artists whose powerful personalities and work...

12/11 11:15am
Virtual Event
Benito Rakower, Ed.D.

Court and lawyer films have the highest possibility of appeal to American film audiences, because ours is a litigious society. Another reason is that an...

12/11 1:30pm
Virtual Event