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The Levy Lecture Series, proudly sponsored by the LSCF, offers a platform for older adults who are passionate about continued learning. Hosted by Shane DuBow, this enriching series is free of charge, but registration is necessary.

Do you have questions about the Levy Lecture Series? We have answers.

Are you new to Zoom? Watch this video to become acquainted.

Tuesday, April 9th at 1:30pm

Strengthen Relationships and Cognitive Agility with Improv Techniques

Presented via Zoom. 

Join Sue Gillan and moderator Shane DuBow to learn to use the techniques of a master improviser to strengthen relationships, spark connections, and maintain cognitive agility as we age.

In this highly interactive — and unapologetically playful! — workshop, Second City alum Sue Gillan will lead on-screen volunteers through a series of conversations designed to help us all build the improvisational skills to stay mentally sharp and socially engaged.

Sue Gillan, an Evanston native, has been a professional writer, actor, director, and improv performer for 25 years. Starting her career at Chicago’s famed Second City theater, Sue has gone on to lead hundreds of improv workshops all over the world. Currently, you can also watch Sue pretend to be a therapist on the NBC sitcom “Shrink.”

Shane DuBow (moderator) is a veteran writer, editor, and college essay coach with a background in long-form journalism, academia, and museum exhibit design.

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Lecture Archive

Calm, Cool and Catalytic: How Older Americans Can Lead During an Era of Existential Threats

 

Talking Senior Advocacy with AARP’s Philippe Largent

Blues Legend Corky Siegel and Journalist Neil Tesser

Quilting, Community, and the African American Aesthetic

Tracy Vaughn | Ph.D., Assistant Professor of African American Studies, Charles Deering McCormick Distinguished Professor of Instruction at Northwestern University

 

A Circumnavigator's View: The Gorillas of Rwanda with Virginia Mullin

Virginia Mullin | Ph.D., at Mullin Vickrey Communications

A Black American's Experience in Theater

Tim Rhoze | Artistic Director at Fleetwood-Jourdain Theatre

 

Chicago by Gaslight: A History of Chicago's Netherworld

Rich Lindberg | Author, Journalist, Research Historian

Dark Money: The Money Behind Our Politics

Julie Strauss | Lecturer in American Politics

 

Understanding the Persistence of Unethical Behavior

Maryam Kouchaki | Associate Professor of Management and Organizations at Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University

When Women Invented Television

Jennifer Armstrong | Writer

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