Lifelong Learning

Lifelong Learning

Lifelong Learning offers both in-person and on-line courses.

We are delighted to have presented 5 engaging courses Fall 2022!  Spring 2023 is just around the corner with registration open now. Course topics this Spring include Constitutional Law, the Science of DNA, Art History, Religion and more. Be sure to check them out.

Courses will be conducted in person at the Brookstown Inn Campus or on Zoom.  See description for class presentation method.

We welcome the opportunity to be your partner is Lifelong Learning!

About Lifelong Learning

The Lifelong Learning program offers short personal enrichment courses taught by Wake Forest University faculty and community experts. Courses are non-credit and open to adult learners regardless of age or prior education. Courses are offered in both daytime and evening at the Brookstown campus unless otherwise noted.

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A Law Professor Reads the News: Contemporary Issues in Constitutional Law
Presented by Steve Virgil
Tuesdays 6pm – 7:30pm, presented via Zoom
January 31 – March 7, 2023

This course explores cases in the Supreme Court’s current term. Questions regarding due process, free speech, gun rights, affirmative action, separation of power, scope of federal power, among other topics populate the Court’s current docket. Before looking at the current cases decided this term, we will examine the historical precedent that sets the stage for an excited, perhaps unnerving, future for democracy and the rule of law.

continuingstudies.wfu.edu/lifelong-learning/current-term-course-list/
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A Law Professor Reads the News: Contemporary Issues in Constitutional Law
Presented by Steve Virgil
Tuesdays 6pm – 7:30pm, presented via Zoom
January 31 – March 7, 2023

This course explores cases in the Supreme Court’s current term. Questions regarding due process, free speech, gun rights, affirmative action, separation of power, scope of federal power, among other topics populate the Court’s current docket. Before looking at the current cases decided this term, we will examine the historical precedent that sets the stage for an excited, perhaps unnerving, future for democracy and the rule of law.

https://continuingstudies.wfu.edu/lifelong-learning/current-term-course-list/
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If you have questions about the Lifelong Learning program, please contact us so we can help you!

Lifelong Learning
Wake Forest University
P.O. Box 6103
Winston-Salem, NC 27109
336.758.5232

lifelonglearning@nullwfu.edu