ALP MEMBERSHIP REGISTRATION FORM SPRING 2013An Adult Learning Program (ALP) membership entitles you to participate in all seminars and single sessions.
Choose the membership most suited to your needs from the options listed below.
PLEASE PRINT THIS PAGE, FILL OUT AND MAIL WITH YOUR CHECK PAYABLE TO UCONN/ALP TO:
ALP, University of Connecticut
85 Lawler Road
West Hartford, CT. 06117
For additional information call the ALP office: ( 860) 380-5038 or select Contact Us and send an e-mail. PLEASE PRINT.
Annual membership includes Fall and Spring Terms, so if you paid for an annual membership this fall, your membership will cover spring 2013.
SEMI-ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP (Spring): __ $55
SEABURY & DUNCASTER MEMBERSHIP
SEMI-ANNUAL (Spring) ___$45
( Fees for Seabury and Duncaster reduced in appreciation for space at both facilities. )
Check here if you are a new member __
Donation to assist ALP in programming $________
How will YOU contribute?
ALP is a volunteer organization with each of us contributing our share. Please let us know which committee or activity you'd consider working on or learning more about.
_____ Curriculum Committee: Plans all seminars and other events.
_____ Membership Committee: Integrates new members into ALP; nurtures leadership among members, including nominating board members; plans and staffs membership meetings in fall and spring.
_____ Communication Committee: Reaches out to potential new ALP members though news publicity, Public Access TV, libraries, speaking engagements, website, and publications; publishes the ALP-Horn.
_____Presentations: Presents a seminar or single session, or puts us in touch with a possible presenter
Thanks for your response!
ALP Spring 2013 Registration
Name: ____________________________________(Please Print)
SELECTIONS - Please number the seminar courses you wish to take in order of preference. If a seminar is oversubscribed, a wait-list will be established and you will be notified if a place becomes available. Those on waiting lists will be given priority for their second choice. If you find you cannot participate in a seminar please inform the ALP office. Keep a record of the courses chosen. Thank you.
|SEMINAR CHOICES||START DATE||TIME|
|_____||SS-01 Understanding World's Greatest Structures||, Jan 29||10:00-Noon|
|_____||SS-02 Classic Films||, Jan 29||1:00-3:00|
|_____||SS-03 From Yao to Mao: 5000 Years of Chinese History||, Jan 30||10:00-Noon|
|_____||SS-04 Creative Writing||, Jan 30||1:15-3:15|
|_____||SS-05 Super Sonnet Selections||, Jan 31||1:00-3:00|
|_____||SS-06 Opera||, Feb 1||9:30-Noon|
|_____||SS-07 Exploring Contemporary Art||, Feb 1||1:30-3:00|
|_____||SS-08 Movie Buffs||, Feb 7||10:30-Noon|
|_____||SS-09 Global Solutions to Sustainability||, Feb 11||1:00-3:00|
|_____||SS-10 Big History||, Mar 7||1:00-3:00|
|_____||SS-11 Short Stories||, Mar 18||1:00-3:00|
|_____||SS-12 Writing Your Memoirs||, Apr 2||1:00-3:00|
|_____||SS-13 Connecticut Forum||, Apr 3||9:30-Noon|
|_____||SS-14 Appreciating Dreams: A Group Approach to Dreamwork||, Apr 3||1:00-3:00|
|_____||SS-15 Musical Theater||, Apr 5||9:30-Noon|
|_____||SS-16 The Play's the Thing||, Apr 15||1:00-3:00 |
|_____||SS-17 Spring Hikes||, Apr 19||9:30-Noon|
|_____||SS-18 For Art's Sake||, May 1||1:00-3:00 |
|_____||SS-19 Issues in the Episcopal Church||, May 7||10:00-Noon|
|SINGLE SESSION CHOICES||DATE||TIME|
|_____||SSS-01 The U.S. Constitution: The Commerce Clause and Equal Protection of the Laws||, Feb 18||10:00-noon|
|_____||SSS-02 The Mission of Capitol Community College||, Feb 25||10:45-12:15|
|_____||SSS-03 The New School of Pharmacy at University of Saint Joseph||, Mar 13||1:00-3:00 |
|_____||SSS-04 Charter Oak Cultural Center; an update on this radical experiment in Hope||, Mar 20||10:45-12:15|
|_____||SSS-05 Eye Care for Older People||, Mar 20||9:00-10:30 |
|_____||SSS-06 What Darwin Really Said: Part 2||, Mar 25||1:00-3:00 |
|_____||SSS-07 Harriet Beecher Stowe and the Making of Uncle Tom's Cabin||, Mar 28||9:00-10:30|
|_____||SSS-08 Travel Is Fatal to Prejudice||, Mar 28||11:00-12:15|
|_____||SSS-09 Academic Dishonesty||, Apr 8||1:00-3:00 |
|_____||SSS-10 Master Class: Living Longer, Stronger and Happier||, Mar 19||1:00-2:30|
|_____||SSS-11 Money in Politics and Civic Life||, Apr 11||10:00-noon|
|_____||SSS-12 Poetry, Hartford, and Ann Plato, 1841||, Apr 18||10:30-noon|
|_____||SSS-13 Hollywood History (Rescheduled from Fall, 2012)||, Apr 22||10:00-noon|
|_____||SSS-14 A Poetry Reading by Rennie McQuilkin||, Apr 25||10:30-noon|
|_____||SSS-15 Connecticut Architectural Landmarks (Rescheduled from Fall, 2012)||, May 9||10:45-12:15|
|_____||SSS-16 Korea||, May 9||1:15-2:45 |
|_____||SSS-17 What Kind of Bridge Is That?||, May 14||1:30-3:00|
|_____||SSS-18 Adjustment to College||, May 16||10:00-noon|
|_____||SSS-19 Finances for Seniors||, May 16||1:00-3:00|