UM's Osher Lifelong Learning Institutehas grown its enrollment by 140 percent in the past four years, namely by attracting retired baby boomers who want to keep learning. OLLI offers about 50 classes a semester, from tai chi to global politics. Burt Ebanks discusses the features of the iPhone during a class at OLLI.
UM's Osher Lifelong Learning Institutehas grown its enrollment by 140 percent in the past four years, namely by attracting retired baby boomers who want to keep learning. OLLI offers about 50 classes a semester, from tai chi to global politics. Burt Ebanks discusses the features of the iPhone during a class at OLLI. José A. Iglesias Miami Herald file photo
UM's Osher Lifelong Learning Institutehas grown its enrollment by 140 percent in the past four years, namely by attracting retired baby boomers who want to keep learning. OLLI offers about 50 classes a semester, from tai chi to global politics. Burt Ebanks discusses the features of the iPhone during a class at OLLI. José A. Iglesias Miami Herald file photo