SAGE lectures for spring 2014 announced

CENTER VALLEY, Pa. – Senior Adults Gaining Enrichment (SAGE), an outreach program of Penn State Lehigh Valley, has announced the schedule for its spring 2014 four-part lecture series. Each SAGE session begins with coffee at 10:30 a.m., the featured speaker at 11 a.m. and lunch at noon. All SAGE lectures are held in Room 135 at Penn State Lehigh Valley in Center Valley.

The spring schedule is as follows:

March 7: "America was Built Here" - National Canal Museum representative  

Apr. 11: "Yeah! Yeah! Yeah!: The Evolving Artistry of the Beatles" - Kenneth Womack, 2013-14 Penn State Laureate

May 2: "GMOs – The Good and the Not So Good" - Karen Kackley-Dutt, botanist, plant pathologist, Penn State Lehigh Valley Biology Department

June 6: "Profit and Corporate Responsibility" - Steven Markowitz, president, Allen Organ Co.

The cost of each lecture, including lunch, is $20 or $60 for all four. The mission of SAGE is to encourage intellectual and cultural enrichment for seniors, 55 and older, by providing a stimulating college-level lecture, workshop and seminar environment through a self-funded, self-directed and member-driven program.

To register, contact Carol Buddock at 610-285-5059.

Contacts: 

Allison Goodin

Work Phone: 
610-285-5067
Cell Phone: 
610-428-8207
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Assistant Director of University Relations, Penn State Lehigh Valley

Last Updated January 29, 2014