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Take another look at these courses:These popular courses were expanded to accomodate long waiting lists.
Limited Parking Around CMU Sept 24-27There will be limited parking on and around campus Mon., Sept 24 to Thurs, Sept 27 due to Technical Fair. The East Campus Garage is closed on these dates.
Special new fall course with IDeATeIntro to Physical Computing: Design Partners with IDeATe. Work with CMU/IDeATe students to custom design and build an interactive technology item for you to keep. Course ID:2778
Purchase 2019 MembershipMembers are encouraged to sign into their account and purchase membership for 2019. You will receive a receipt by email. You may still receive an invoice mailed Sept 17; no need to call the office to confirm. Payments are due Oct. 31 to receive Winter 2019 catalog and must be renewed before registering for winter term.
Mister Rogers: The MusicianOsher Lecture: Jim Cunningham presents Mister Rogers, The Musician. Wednesday, Sept 26, 7:00pm-8:30pm at McConomy Aud, CUC. Contact the office to register. Members may register online for ID:2667.
Host Family Program for International StudentsCMU invites Osher members to consider being a host family for CMU international students. Time committment is minimally one visit per month.
26th Annual Meeting & Picnic UpdateUpdate and reflections on the Picnic & Annual Meeting from Osher Board President, Jim Reitz.
Volunteer of the Month Lee FogartyGet to know Osher Board Secretary and Volunteer of the Month - Lee Fogarty
Update on Osher's Space QuestUpdate on Osher's Space Quest by John Olmsted, Coordinator of Osher 4.0 Space Quest
- Sep 26 Osher Lecture: Jim Cunningham presents Mister Rogers, The Musician. Wednesday, Sept 26, 7:00pm-8:30pm at McConomy Aud, CUC. Contact the office to register. Members may register online for ID:2667.
- Sep 13 - Dec 14 Upcoming Hunt Botanical Exhibition: Alphabetum Botanicum - an intriguing combination of letters intertwined with plants, mammals, and insects.
- Sep 26 The Digital Restoration Initiative: Reading the Invisible Library. Presented by the University Libraries. Using high tech to "read" texts from antiquity. Danforth Room CUC, 4-5pm
- Sep 27 Divided Democracy in the Age of Social Medial presented by Cass Sunstein, Harvard Law School. 5:00pm-6:00pm Porter Hall 100. CLE credit available.