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Citadel News Service
18 Sep 2006

CGPS announces Fall 2006 Senior Scholars Program

The Fall 2006 Senior Scholars Program meets from 2 to 4 p.m. approximately every other Wednesday during the semester in Mark Clark Hall at The Citadel unless otherwise noted.

Designed for mature adults who desire continued intellectual and social stimulation in a scholastic setting, The Citadel's Senior Scholars Program provides an opportunity to share in the vast and varied resources of the college. No level of formal education is required for membership, but participants are non-degree students of the College of Graduate and Professional Studies, and are authorized to use the library, computer labs, and recreational facilities. They also attend cultural events and are entitled to student rates for tickets to athletic contests. During scheduled programs, members enjoy refreshments and light snacks and share their experiences with guest speakers from the faculty and from the business and professional community.

Cost is $35 per semester. For more information about this program call 953-5089 or visit the Senior Scholars Program by clicking here.

Sept. 20
Dr. W.L. Harris
Professor Emeritus, The Citadel
“Rohm and the Rise of the Nazi Party”

Oct. 4
Jim Elliott
Executive Director, International Birds of Prey

Oct. 18
Katharine Robinson
Executive Director, Historic Charleston Foundation
“Historical Buildings of Charleston”

Nov. 1
Dr. McGreal
International Primate Protection League
“Primate Protection – Primal Instinct”

Nov. 15
Megan Westmeyer
South Carolina Aquarium
“Are we eating the wrong fish?”

Dec. 6
West Fraser
Plein-air painter – owner, Fraser Fox Fine Arts
“Lowcountry Landscapes”

Dec. 13
Holiday Celebration

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