|Chi siamo||Offering UPPER VALLEY residents a permanent resource for CONTINUED LEARNING.|
|Missione||The mission of OSHER@Dartmouth is to provide educational opportunities to residents of the Upper Valley and members of the Dartmouth community.|
Members…regardless of age, academic background or college affiliation…can participate in year-round stimulating, provocative and intellectual activities and courses of their choosing.
During the period of your selected course(s), you are allowed use of the renowned Dartmouth College Libraries. In addition, a series of day and overnight trips to historical and cultural locations is offered throughout the year. Plus, you’re sure to meet new friends during special academic and social events featured throughout the year.
During July and August, there’s an intriguing lecture series focused on timely subjects by guest speakers from varied backgrounds. The summer lecture series attracts 600-700 participants every week and typically meets in Spaulding Auditorium, in the Hopkins Center, on Thursdays from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. once a week for six to eight sessions.
Previous series have included: "Terrorism," "China: The Next Super Power?," "Media in Crisis," "The Perilous Triangle: Afghanistan, Pakistan and Iran," and "Corruption: Pervasive, Persistent, and Virulent."