Continuing and Innovative Education: Continuing & Innovative Education presents Informal Classes
Continuing and Innovative Education presents Informal Classes The University of Texas at Austin

Word for Word Speaker Series

The Word for Word Speaker Series has been a UT Odyssey program favorite for years.  Enjoy six different lectures on a variety of topics and get a well rounded taste of the many talented lecturers and professors at UT as well as local scholars!

Register for the entire Word for Word series and receive a discount off your enrollment (please note the discount is already built into the course fee)!

Please see below each lecture included in this series.  For further descriptions on each lecture, the lecturer’s biography and to register for single lectures please click on the title.

September 24th: DNA and More, The Secrets of Life
October 1st: The Future of Film-making and Film-going
October 8th: Learning a Foreign Language:  Why Age and Aptitude Matter Less Than You Think!
October 22nd: Tort Reform: The Corporate Campaign to Take Away Your Constitutional Rights
October 29th: A Brief History of the FDA and the Regulation of Medical Devices
November 5th: Nanotechnology: Science or Fiction?

Please note there will be no lecture on October 15th.

Class #: IC15276
Date: Sept. 24-Nov. 5
Day: Wednesday (6 meetings)
Time: 6:30 PM- 8:30 PM
Location: Thompson Conference Center, Room 1.124 and 1.126 on 10/8 (click for map)
Price: $135.00
Class limit: 40
Current enrollment: 5