Day Trip to Historic BrownsvilleJoin Osher at CMU for a day trip to Historic Brownsville in Fayette County on Tuesday, September 17, 2019. Enjoy a deluxe motorcoach ride to 7 historic sites. Fee includes coffee and pastry at Nemacolin Castle, lunch, fees, and gratuities.
East Campus Garage RenovationEast Campus Garage Renovation - 1st floor is handicapped parking only. Starting Friday, June 7, citations will be issued to vehicles on the 1st floor not displaying a state-issues handicap placard. Also, read about the CMU Shuttle Rider Alert.
Osher Office Moves to Wean HallThe Osher Office Relocates to Wean Hall the week of June 10, 2018.
Why the Non-Scents?Friday, May 24, 2019
Why the Non-Scents?The following article about the increasingly serious issue of allergy to scents was written by one of our Osher members who suffers from such an allergy.
LATTICE StudyFriday, May 17, 2019
LATTICE StudyRECUITING PARTICIPANTS: Lithium As a Treatment To prevent Impairment of Cognition in Elders (or LATTICE for short) is a newly funded study in which Dr. Ariel Gildengers and colleagues are trying to learn if lithium can slow down memory loss or help prevent Alzheimer’s disease in people with mild memory problems.
Lecture CanceledFriday, May 17, 2019
Lecture CanceledCANCELED - Lecture: Transgender Rights. Members may register for Course ID: 2995. Guests are welcome. Call the office to register. Thursday, May 23, 7pm, CUC McConomy Aud.
Meeting of the Minds: Wrapup & ReportFriday, May 17, 2019
Meeting of the Minds: Wrapup & ReportOsher awarded participants at Meeting of the Minds 2019
ChamberFest Cleveland 2019Tuesday, May 07, 2019
ChamberFest Cleveland 2019Travel with Owen Cantor to Cleveland for the ChamberFest.
New Chairs in Wean 4707Friday, May 03, 2019
New Chairs in Wean 4707Lean Back and Enjoy! New chairs in Wean 4707.
Classroom RelocationsThursday, May 02, 2019
Classroom RelocationsWARNING: All Hunt Library Osher conference room classes are moved to Wean Hall! - Starting Monday, May 6th, we will no longer be using the Hunt Library for classes.
Lecture - Design: The Intersection of Architecture, Math, and NatureWednesday, May 01, 2019
Lecture - Design: The Intersection of Architecture, Math, and NatureSylvester Damianos will discuss the elements of architecture, math, and nature. We will learn how these elements are reflected in and/or influenced by: The Parthenon, Machu Pichu, The Forbidden City, The Golden Mean, The Fibonacci Progression, Neuroscience, Design for Disability, and Auberle. Wed., July 17, 7:00-9:00pm, McConomy Auditorium, CUC
Executive Committee 2019-2020Friday, April 26, 2019
Executive Committee 2019-2020The Executive Committee for 2019-2020: Jim Reitz, President; Allan Hribar, Vice-President; Jan Hawkins, Secretary; Marcia Taylor, Treasurer.
Healthcare Crisis and Physician BurnoutTuesday, April 23, 2019