Hear memorable speakers and sample subjects of interest all in one day.
Nourish your intellect, satisfy your appetite and put a song in your heart!
Fri, Apr 20, 9:30 am-2:30 pm
Fee and Code: $75, XWOMN 202 Includes morning coffee and lunch
To register, call 732-224-2315
The Young And The Restless – In An Age of Global Transition
Laura Neitzel, PhD, Academic Director, The Committee on Global Thought, Columbia University
What does it mean to be ‘young’ today? Approximately a quarter of humanity – almost 2 billion people are between the ages of 15 and 29. And the vast majority are from the developing world. Today’s young become adults as the world confronts fundamental changes in the geo-political order, in the nature and future of work, and in the ways we connect with each other, engage politically, and define identity.
Dr Laura Neitzel will discuss the historical emergence of the concept of “youth”. How has ‘being young’ changed in our culture and others? Is youth prolonged, or abbreviated, by a rapidly changing world? She will consider the unique challenges and opportunities our current age of globalization has created for youth in both developed and developing nations, and what this means to us all, regardless of age.
Songs In The Key Of Health And Happiness
Cynthia Springsteen-Balme is a professional soprano who has performed leading operatic roles, to critical acclaim, from Carnegie Hall to Lincoln Center.
Ms Springsteen-Balme will help us improve our health, our moods and our voices!
Want to reduce stress and muscle tensions and boost your mental alertness, circulation, immune system, and heart health? Sing it!! Our fun and spirited group demonstration will remove the mystery from learning to sing. Building from sounds we make every day in speech, we will expand our range with a few simple techniques and begin singing a happy song!