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SUMMER COURSE CATALOG 2017 Central Ohio Techncal College

Welcome again to the Lifelong Learning Institute (LLI) proudly operated through Central Ohio Technical College (COTC). It is our pleasure to provide a menu of courses, lectures, workshops, book discussions and events that focus on the topics, issues, and subjects YOU value most.

If you are not currently a member, you may join now for a prorated fee which will carry your membership status throughout the entire summer semester. One of the greatest incentives for becoming a member is the value and savings you enjoy. As an LLI member, you have the opportunity to register for any & all classes, events, and/or programs throughout this catalog that interest you!

Another perk to joining us for LLI programming is the people! The incredibly talented, experienced, and knowledgeable LLI Steering Committee and staff are working diligently to provide you an array of exciting, enlightening, upcoming courses and programs, as well as camaraderie and lifelong friends and memories!

Fondly, Vicki Maple, M.Ed., DirectorLifelong Learning Institute and Workforce Development Innovation Center at COTC 740.364.9565 [emailprotected]

LETTER FROM THE PRESIDENT Welcome to the Summer 2017 semester of the Lifelong Learning Institute (LLI) at Central Ohio Technical College. Thank you for your interest in this exceptional organization! If you have not yet become a member of LLI, we hope you will make the decision to do so. Or perhaps you have already committed to membership, and if that’s the case, we are grateful for your participation and also for your dedication to sharing our message of continual learning.

This astonishing educational environment is certain to provide enrichment to your life as you meet many extraordinary people. The LLI staff, instructors, and members represent a diverse group with vast experience, a variety of cultural backgrounds, and a wide array of interests.

Operating under the very capable leadership of our Workforce Development Innovation Center, the LLI strives to provide a creative educational environment, rich with interesting topics, supported by originality and new ideas. On behalf of the entire COTC community, I welcome you to this remarkable educational institution, where we genuinely care about your pursuit of personal development and growth.

Yours in Learning, Bonnie L. Coe, Ph.D.

WELCOME FROM THE DIRECTOR

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Welcome to the Lifelong Learning Institute (LLI)! I would like to personally invite each of you to experience the unique opportunity that lifelong learning has to offer. It is my privilege and honor to assist in the daily operations of this wonderful organization. LLI is a vibrant community that offers the most dynamic, broad and engaging range of knowledge, encompassing every discipline of study and investigating the seeds of new and old disciplines within today’s society.

Please enjoy the following pages as you read about the Lifelong Learning Institute and the possibilities that membership has to offer.

Yours Truly, Tonia Osborn Assistant Coordinator, LLI

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Steering Committee (left to right), back row: Jim Kimnach, Tony Starn, Virgil Hofteizer, Bob Wulfhorst, Rosemary Feka

Front row: Chairwoman-Erika Taylor, Pat Sagar, Rosalie Frazier, Emily Patrick, Carolyn Wulfhorst, Kathy Fia, Gloria Woods, Jan Hofteizer.

Not present: Catherine Adamescu, Pete Anderson, Carl Bowman,Willard House, Madelyn Klaffky, Shirley Palumbo, Sandra Stewart, Beverly Vogeley. Staff: Vicki Maple and Tonia Osborn

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Lifelong Learning Institute Steering Committee MembersThe tradition of member-driven leadership of the Lifelong Learning Institute continues with the efforts of the following individuals:

Catherine AdamescuPete AndersonCarl BowmanRosemary FekaKathy FiaRosalie Frazier Jan Hofteizer

Willard HouseJim KimnachMadelyn KlaffkyShirley PalumboPat SagarSandra StewartChairwoman, Erika Taylor

OHIOANA BOOK CLUB

Ohioana Book Club meets at the Ohioana Library Association in the State Library of Ohio. Jim Kimnach serves as facilitator and liaison through the Lifelong Learning Institute at COTC, and is pleased to announce the following selections for reading and discussion: August 16, 10 a.m. The Invisible Soldiers: How America Outsourced our Security by Ann HagedornThirty years ago, before there were private

military and security companies (PMSCs), there were mercenaries. Now, the PMSCs are a bona-fide industry; an indispensable part of American foreign and military policy. PMSCs assist U.S. forces in combat operations and replace

them after the military withdraws from combat zones; they guard embassies; play key roles in U.S. counter-terrorism strategies; and Homeland Security depends on them. Their services include maritime security, police training, drone operations, cyber security, and

intelligence analysis (as Edward Snowden has famously revealed). When did this happen? The turning point came when the U.S. found itself in a prolonged war with Iraq, but without adequate forces, The Bush Administration turned to the PMSCs to fill the gap. Private contractors eventually exceeded troops.

Ann Hagedorn profiles members of Congress who recognize the dangers of dependence on PMSCs, but have been unable to limit them. She reveals the key figure in the evolution of the industry. She introduces us to a US Army general who studies new developments, and worries about PMSCs potentially fighting American troops. The Invisible Soldiers will inspire a national dialogue. Coming this Fall: November 15, 10 a.m.The People’s House by David Pepper

Discover why the Wall Street Journal crowned “The People’s House” the “sleeper for political thriller of the year,” or why a former Governor said she almost missed her connecting flight because she could not put it down.

Political reporter Jack Sharpe is at the tail end of a disappointing career; jaded about politics and stung by hard knocks. After an odd election result in the Ohio congressional district, Sharpe stumbles across voting irregularities that spur him to dig deeper. The story takes him far beyond his corner of Ohio as he discovers an international plot - one that strikes at the heart of American democracy. His reporting leads to a showdown with a philandering Congressman and Presidential contender, and a deadly Russian mogul. In order to save himself, Sharpe must rekindle his old fire to navigate a journey through danger, betrayal, and atonement. And yes, it was all written before eerily similar events occurred in a recent election.

Inquire about Ohioana Book Club by contacting:Library Specialist, Courtney BrownPhone: 614.466.3831Email: [emailprotected]

STEERING COMMITTEE

Beverly VogeleyGloria WoodsBob WulfhorstCarolyn WulfhorstStaff- Vicki Maple, Directorand Tonia Osborn

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Presented by Vicki Lyden

Date & Time: Tuesday, May 30,1 p.m. – 3 p.m.

Location: COTC Pataskala Campus, 8660 E. Broad St, Reynoldsburg, OH

About the Course:Explore the world through the educational lifelong learning programs planned by Road Scholar, (formerly known as Elderhostel. Road Scholar), a not-for-profit organization that offers

5,500 educational programs in all 50 states and abroad in 150 foreign countries. Founded in 1975, Road Scholar offers a wide range of program categories such as Multigenerational, Service Learning, and Adventures Afloat, while incorporating experiential learning settings for participants, whether traveling solo or in couples or groups. The variety of Road Scholar offerings makes the travel and learning possibilities truly impressive and a wonderful value.

The instructor will share the above presentation during the first hour, followed by select LLI members sharing their Road Scholar encounters.

Instructor Bio:Vicki Lyden, a second generation Road Scholar traveler, taught for 37 years as a middle and high school teacher in central Ohio. Since retirement, she has joined Road Scholar adventure programs throughout the U.S. and internationally. The variety of programs she has experienced span multiple continents and programs; from service-centered to Adventures Afloat, and traveling with friends and family, or flying solo.

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Presented by Mansel Blackford

Date & Time: Wednesday, May 31,10 a.m. – 12 p.m.

Location: COTC Pataskala Campus, 8660 E. Broad St, Reynoldsburg, OH

About the Course:Experience new and exciting ways of

looking at Columbus, Ohio; from its founding in 1812 to the near present day. Learn about how and why economic, social, and spatial changes took place in the capital city and about the men and women who fashioned them. Special emphasis will be placed on land and water policies and development realities on the ground in the shaping of this modern Midwestern city. Lecture, discussion, and small-group activities will occur within this class.

Instructor Bio:Mansel Blackford is a professor emeritus at The Ohio State University, where he taught history for 40 years. The author or co-author of 13 books, he most recently published Columbus, Ohio: Two Centuries of Business and Environmental Change.

Two Centuries of Business: Urban & Environmental Changes in Columbus, Ohio

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LLI members Jackie Duvall and Essie Bruce listen intently during a course.

Music, Music, Music: Encore!

Presented by Dr. Laura E. Schumann

Date & Time: Monday & Tuesday, June 5 & 6,10 a.m. – 3 p.m. (break for lunch on your own 12pm-1pm)

Location: COTC Newark Campus 1209 University Drive Newark, OH Reese Center

About the Course:Dr. Laura Schumann returns to LLI to offer a four-part course on these engaging musical topics: 1) Trends in Symphonic Music during the 20th Century; 2) The History of Popular Music- from the Minstrel Show to Rock and Roll;

3) Artistic Movements (e.g. Impressionism and Expressionism) in Music – What does that Painting Sound Like?; and 4) Program Music and Absolute Music Examined through Listening to Pieces in the Symphonic Repertoire.

Instructor Bio:Dr. Laura E. Schumann is an experienced, professional conductor, as well as a professional solo and orchestral violinist with additional experience as an arranger and composer. She also serves as the music director and conductor of the Southeastern Ohio Symphony Orchestra.

Dr. Schumann has held a myriad of orchestral positions, also serving as a guest conductor in 10 states throughout the U.S. and several European countries. She was a semi-finalist in the 2003

Third International Jordania Conducting Competition in Kharkov, Ukraine. She has performed as both a soloist and also a chamber musician in various locations across the U.S., Canada, Europe and Asia.

She received her DMA in Orchestral Conducting from Texas Tech University; her Master’s degree in Violin Performance from the University of California, Santa Barbara; and her Bachelor of Music degree in Violin Performance from the University of Colorado, Boulder. She is also an honors graduate of the Recording Workshop Core and Advanced Programs: Recording and Sound Engineering.For the opportunity to enjoy her performances as a solo artist on ukulele, guitar, electric violin and vocals at many wineries throughout Ohio, follow her on Facebook at “Dr. Laura’s Musical Adventures.”

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Introduction to iPad

Presented by Gregg Montgomery

Date & Time: Wednesdays, June 7, 14, 21, 2810 a.m. – 12 p.m.

Location: COTC Pataskala Campus, 8660 E. Broad St, Reynoldsburg, OH

About the Course:This introductory iPad class will familiarize participants with basic use of the iPad. These four sessions will explore the use of the most critical apps to understanding the iPad: App Store, Contacts, Mail, and Safari. We will also discuss tech terms and vocabulary (i.e. Apple ID, Siri) and review the physical buttons/features of the iPad; allowing additional time for questions. Join us for this informative series!

Instructor Bio: Gregg Montgomery works as a technology consultant in the Columbus area. A former Apple retail store employee, Gregg now works independently operating his own business. He consults with schools and businesses, but spends most of his time working with older adults, teaching classes or offering one-on-one training and troubleshooting related to Apple products. Gregg has a Bachelors degree in Fine Art from Cleveland State University, and a Masters degree in Art Education from The Ohio State University. Gregg is passionate about helping people get the most out of their technology, and he is highly favored with the Lifelong Learning Institute!

Schedule a One-on-One with Gregg (*additional fee required)

Dates & Times: Wednesdays, June 14, 21, and 28, 1 p.m. – 4 p.m.

One on one sessions with Gregg are just that, a private hour where you can ask specific questions about difficulties you are having with technology. Participants need to register in advance and schedule directly with Gregg. Call: 614.507.6112, or email: [emailprotected]

These hour long sessions will be offered as a private pay at $45 each (25% off regular rate). Payments are made to Gregg at your session in cash, check, or credit card. Bring your Apple device (iPad, iPhone, or Mac laptop) and your list of questions.

NOTE: Windows PC and Android users may be accommodated as well, following a conversation with Gregg.

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Presented by Rosie Frazier

Date & Time: Monday, June 129 a.m.-1:30 p.m. (bring packed lunch)

*Additional Fee required: $24 Per person (bus fee)

NOTE: Only the first 24 participants to register and pay may be accepted, as the bus capacity is 24, and will be filled on a first-come-first-served basis. (If we exceed capacity, we will consider scheduling a second tour scheduled at a later date.)

Location: COTC Pataskala Campus, 8660 E. Broad St, Reynoldsburg, OH

Bus will pick up attendees at the COTC Pataskala campus promptly at 9:00 a.m. and will return to COTC by 1:30 p.m.

About the Course:In response to requests by LLI members for a bus tour of the Historic Franklinton area and the Franklinton and Greenlawn Cemeteries, we have prepared an enriching adventure. Rosie Frazier will be discussing the significance of areas, buildings and the individuals who settled in the Ohio Territory, and establishing Franklinton and Columbus. As we visit Franklinton, we will learn about the early cemetery, the Sullivants, the Harrison House and the old log Post Office. Then, travel to Greenlawn, where you will visit the Chapel and see the tombs of famous Ohioans such as Governor Rhodes and Herbert Penny. (This will be our rest stop). Finally, we will travel through the cemetery to hear about famous people, murders, Presidents’ relatives, authors, early settlers, former slaves and many more.

Instructor Bio:Rosie Frazier loves to share her knowledge of history by bringing the past to life in the present. You may encounter her as Mother Jones, Rosie the Riveter, or a lace maker. She can also be found travelling through Ohio advocating for women’s voting rights.

Rosie serves on the Board of Trustees of the Franklinton Historic Society, and is an active member of Columbus, Turo Township, Worthington, and Pike County Historical Societies. As the Education Specialist of the Central Ohio Underground RailRoad Study Group, she presents programs in schools and for adult learners.

She holds a degree in Library Science from Ohio Dominican.Rosie is a member of the Lifelong Learning Institute’s Steering and Search Committees.

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A program explores nature and the great outdoors.

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Presented by Joe Tebben

Date & Time: Friday, June 1610 a.m. – 12 p.m.

Location: LCAP, Heritage Hall1058 E Main St, Newark, OH

Directions: (From Columbus) Take OH-161 E to OH-16 E in Newark; continuing to Dayton Rd. Turn right at the light, and right again at Matesich Distributing. LCAP is on the right in the former Millers Essenplaz.

About the Course:His death certificate bluntly records the cause of death as “strangulation from

being hanged by mob.” Seventeen-year-old Carl Etherington was lynched near the southeast corner of the Licking County Courthouse Square on July 8, 1910. He was one of twenty agents hired and deputized to enforce the Rose County local option law, a county-wide ban on the sale of liquor approved by a narrow majority of Licking County voters. Nearly 5,000 Newark residents witnessed this atrocity. Eighteen months later, in a December 15, 1911, editorial entitled “Newark’s Atonement,” the Cleveland Plain Dealer commended the city of Newark for the expiation it had made for the brutal murder of Carl Etherington. Following this outbreak of “temporary insanity,” The Plain Dealer noted, the city had brought to justice sixteen of the seventeen men indicted for this lynching. This atonement, the newspaper concluded, “should be called to the attention of the nation.” And so, 107 years later, we revisit the events that occurred on Newark’s darkest day.

This presentation examines Newark’s “temporary insanity” and the temperance movement that incited it; the circ*mstances of Carl Etherington’s “brutal murder” and its devastating effect on his family; and the adequacy of the “expiation” paid by the seventeen men who were held responsible for his death. In addition, we will explore the impact this “atonement” had on the lives of these seventeen men; on the careers of the elected officials who could have prevented this tragedy; and on the reputation of the Newark community.

Instructor Bio:Joseph R. Tebben is a retired professor of classics. He has degrees from Duquesne University, the University of Pittsburgh, and The Ohio State University. He is a long-time resident of Newark, Ohio, and is a trustee of the Licking County Historical Society. He is the author of The Old Home: Louis Sullivan’s Newark Bank which was published in 2014.

Newark’s Darkest Day-The Lynching of Carl Etherington

Presented by Michael Flamm

Date& Time: Monday, June 1910 a.m. – 12 p.m.

Location: COTC Pataskala Campus, 8660 E. Broad St, Reynoldsburg, OH

About the Course:In July 1964, peaceful protests and violent actions erupted in New York, as law and order emerged in national politics, and the freedom struggle reached a crossroads. In Harlem, the symbolic and historic heart of black America, the racial unrest signaled the arrival of the first “long, hot summer” of the 1960’s. It also sent shock waves across the country and cast a shadow over the Presidential race

between Republican Barry Goldwater and Democrat Lyndon Johnson. The following year, the War on Crime was set in motion, with fateful implications for the prison and policing debates of today.

Instructor Bio:Michael Flamm is professor of modern U.S. history at Ohio Wesleyan University, where he has received several teaching awards. As a Fulbright Scholar and Senior Specialist, he has also taught at San Andrés University in Buenos Aires. In addition, Professor Flamm has served as a faculty consultant to the National Endowment for the Humanities, the College Board, and the National Academy of Sciences. He is the author or co-author of numerous articles and five books, including In the Heat of the Summer (2017) and Law and Order (2005).

In the Heat of the Summer: The New York Riots of 1964 and the Politics of Law and Order; Then and Now

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Not Your Grandmother’s Library

Presented by Babette Wofter & Doug Stout

Date & Time: Thursday, June 2210 a.m. – 12 p.m.

Location: COTC Pataskala Campus, 8660 E. Broad St, Reynoldsburg, OH

About the Course:It’s not your grandmother’s library anymore! Learn about the many programs and services offered by the Licking County Library. Unique offerings

include everything from ukuleles, seed packets, and video games, to local museum passes and a history project honoring local veterans. Library staff will be on hand to tell their stories and provide a tour and demonstration of their new 24-hour Broad Street Library location…a totally automated library, and one of only ten of its kind in the United States (located on the COTC Pataskala campus).

Instructors Bio’s:Babette Wofter has been working in libraries in central Ohio for over 28 years. A graduate of Kent State University and Ohio University, she

served as a children’s librarian for many years. This marks her 7th year as Director of the Licking County Library.

Doug Stout has worked for the Licking County Library his entire career, spanning over 28 years. Having first served in Branch Services, he is currently the Head of Circulation. His most treasured project is the “In the Company of Heroes” which he initiated in 2015, to honor local veterans by capturing their story through interviews, letters, photos and other mementos. This information is compiled and available on the library website, featuring over 1,000 veterans to date.

Presented by William Shkurti

Date & Time: Tuesday, June 2710 a.m. – 12 p.m.

Location: COTC Pataskala Campus, 8660 E. Broad St, Reynoldsburg, OH

About the Course:“The Ohio State University in the Sixties” explores how tensions built up over the years; why they converged when

they did; and how they forever changed the University. Copies of the author’s book will be available for purchase and signing. (Cash or check accepted; no credit cards please.)

Instructor Bio:William Shkurti was born and raised in Akron, Ohio. He entered Ohio State University as a freshman in the fall of 1964. He graduated in 1968 with a BA degree in Economics. He then served as an Army artillery officer in West Germany, Vietnam and Fort Meade, Maryland.

After completing his enlistment, Bill returned to Ohio State in 1972 to earn a Masters Degree. After graduation in 1974, he served in a number of positions for the State of Ohio, including State Budget director, 1985-1987. He then returned to Ohio State to be chief financial officer. He retired from that position in 2010, but is still involved with the university as an adjunct professor in the John Glenn School of Public Affairs. He and his wife, Renee, reside in Upper Arlington.

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Presented by Susan M. Hartmann, Ph.D.

Date & Time: Monday, Wednesday, & Friday, July 10, 12, & 1410 a.m. – 12 p.m.

Location: COTC Pataskala Campus, 8660 E. Broad St, Reynoldsburg, OH

About the Course:Session 1: The Origins of Women’s Rights in Religion, Reform, and Abolition, 1848-1870

Session 2: Developing an Independent Movement and Winning the West, 1870-1914

Session 3: Winning a Constitutional Amendment, 1914-1920

This course will examine the 72-year struggle for women’s suffrage in the United States, and the campaign that introduced new strategies and practices into American politics. We will look at how the suffrage movement was related to and affected by such phenomena as religion, race, education, Constitutional law, prohibition, and war. We will discuss the obstacles suffragists faced and the strategies they used, including polite letters, lawsuits, street demonstrations, and serving time in jail. We will pay specific attention to developments in Ohio and also reference woman suffrage activities in other countries. Instructor Bio:Susan M. Hartmann majored in History at Washington University and earned her PhD in history at the University of Missouri. She taught History and

Women’s Studies at The Ohio State University during the last 25 years of her academic career. She has published five books and several articles on such topics as the Truman administration, women and World War II, gender and politics, feminism and liberalism, women and religion, Eleanor Roosevelt, and Hillary Clinton’s 2008 Presidential candidacy. At Ohio State, she received the Exemplary Faculty Award from the College of Humanities and was named Arts and Humanities Distinguished Professor of History. She is a fellow of the Society of American Historians and has been a speaker for the U.S. State Department in Greece, Austria, Germany, Australia, New Zealand, and Nepal.

Amazon Fulfillment Center Tour

Presented by Matt Krough

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Date & Time: Friday, July 7Course one: 10 a.m.,11 a.m., 12 p.m. or 1 p.m. *up to 18 participants per session

Location: Amazon Facility 11999 National Rd. SW, PataskalaNOTE: The Amazon Fulfillment Center tour requires extensive walking. Closed toe shoes are required, and no heels over 0.5” are permitted. Please request your preferred tour start-time, and we will try to accommodate the requests on a first come, first-served basis; however, each tour is not to exceed 18 participants per start-time. Please ar-rive 30 minutes prior to the start of your tour time. ADVANCED registration is required to participate, as we must submit the names and dates of birth in advance to the Amazon Security Team.

About the Course:The Amazon Fulfillment Center in Etna Township, Licking County, has only been open since September and is already playing a big part of the growing work-force in Ohio, with more than 3,000 em-ployees working at the 800,000-square-foot facility. The e-commerce giant has played a significant role in job creation on the state of Ohio. This is the second Amazon fulfillment center in the state (with the first being located in Obetz), and between the two, more than 6,000 employees are working for Amazon at ful-fillment centers, data centers, prime now hubs and wind farms across Ohio. Ohio Governor John Kasich recently toured the site, and in press statements, commented, “Amazon is the future. This is the future; it is all changing and we are so fortunate to have so many aspects.” Etna’s fulfillment center uses high-end technology. Robots collect the products from the shelves, whiles computer specialists, warehouse pickers, stowers and packers complete customer orders.

How women won the vote

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Presented by Kevin Rouch

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Date & Time: Monday, July 1710 a.m. – 12 p.m.

Location: Drexel Theatre, 2254 E. Main Street, Bexley, Ohio

Directions: Driving from The EAST: exit I 70 East at exit 105B and continue to Main Street turning left.

NOTE: Limited parking is available on the street; further parking is available behind the Market District Express.

About the Course:Explore the history of the Drexel Theatre as it relates to movie exhibition in the United States as well as the current state of film making and exhibition globally. *One lucky person will win four tickets to the Drexel Theatre.

About the presenter:Kevin Rouch, earned a BA in history at Indiana University and a law degree at Georgetown University. He began his law career as an associate attorney with the

firm of Schottenstein, Zox and Dunn. He opened his own firm, Browning & Rouch, and continues to practice law part time. He also founded his own media company, Blue Twelve Media, LLC that specializes in community-based work. Kevin now has a full-time positon as Director of the Drexel Theatre. (Given Kevin’s love of film, it was a natural and ideal fit.)

History of Film-Making and Exhibition in the U.S. & Globally

Feeding Wild Birds in America

Presented by Carolyn Wulfhorst, Ph.D.

Date & Time: Thursday, July 20 10 a.m. – 1 p.m.

Location: COTC Pataskala Campus, 8660 E. Broad St, Reynoldsburg, OH

About the Course:Many people enjoy feeding wild birds in America. Attracting our feathered friends to feeders outside our windows provides hours of fun in all seasons. When did people first embark upon this fun activity, and why? What influenced the development of this multi-billion-dollar industry? We will discuss the cultural, natural and commercial impacts of feeding birds.

Instructor Bio:Dr. Wulfhorst has a Ph.D. in Education Theory and Practice in Language, Literature and Reading from The Ohio State University. She enjoyed many years at Central Ohio Technical College both as a faculty member and an administrator. She is a valued faculty emeritus. Now she enjoys chocolate, traveling with husband Bob, bird watching, reading, and the LLI! Dr. Wulfhorst also serves as the chairwoman of the Curriculum Committee and on the Steering Committee for the LLI at COTC.

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Presented byTonia Osborn

Date & Time: Friday, July 2810 a.m. – 3 p.m. (break for lunch on your own, 12 p.m.-1 p.m.)

Location: COTC Newark campus 1219 University Drive, Newark, Ohio, Warner Center platform, Room 126

About the Course:This course introduces classical and contemporary mixed media techniques and concepts, with emphasis on understanding color theory, perspective, composition and method applications. This class will cover all the basics and

teach you how to lay-out a mixed media art piece, step-by-step and item-by-item. You’ll learn about common materials and how each media within the piece interacts with the others. Demonstrations, slides, and historical context will be explored, while we will take the mania out of mixed media and help you get started creating art.

$40 per person course fee includes supplies. (Note: $40 fee is in addition to the traditional courses that are offered as part of the LLI Membership and/or as general LLI Course selections.)

Instructor Bio:Tonia Bennington Osborn’s lifelong labor-of-love has been to explore and express through art, the miracles that make up her world. Tonia distinguished herself as a serious artist by age 11,

when she received an award from the Young Author’s Guild for her work in illustrations. From there, her recognition and respect only grew. Her resume describes and defines a successful and meaningful career filled with prestigious honors and awards. Formally educated at Ohio State, the Columbus College of Art & Design, the Dayton Academy of Design, and Central Ohio Technical College, Tonia creates works in soft pastel, graphite, watercolor, acrylics and oils, with her favorite subjects being wildlife and portrait work. Her favorite medium is soft pastel on suede – an art form which she embraced and has been genuinely enriched through her own unique innovations and experiments. Tonia’s work is displayed internationally at various galleries and with private collections.

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Presented by Sally SmithRhonda Rhodan, MA, LPCCMelissa Terry

Date & Time: Wednesday, August 2 10 a.m. – 12 p.m.

Location: COTC Pataskala Campus, 8660 E. Broad St, Reynoldsburg, OH

About the Course:On occasion, we may see or hear a brief comment in the news about the abuse, neglect or exploitation of an elderly person. Then the issue disappears; it is not a comfortable topic.

In this presentation, you will meet “the other first responders,” who spend their work days (and often their nights!); helping our most vulnerable neighbors, friends and relatives. This is a well-hidden issue. The discussion by the presenters will bring to light some of the abuse, neglect and exploitation members of our community are experiencing.

Case scenarios will be shared. Experiences and situations encountered by Adult Protective Services (APS) investigators will alert you to risk factors. The knowledge gained in this session could bring awareness to a vulnerable member of your neighborhood. It may surprise you to know that abuse, neglect and exploitation occur in all economic levels, religions, races and ethnicities; after all, abuse does not discriminate! Scams and financial exploitation and the ever increasing manipulation of phone and email contacts are also on the rise.

Instructor Bio’s:Sally Smith has been involved in the field of Social Work and Adult Protective Services for over nineteen years. Currently, Sally is the APS Supervisor at the Franklin County Office on Aging. Previously she served as Supervisor of

Support Services at the Licking County Department of Job and Family Services. She holds a Master’s degree in Social Work from Ohio State and a Bachelor’s degree in Social Work from Defiance College. Sally is a lead participant in the Franklin County Elder Abuse I-Team and the Ohio Coalition for Adult Protective Services.

Rhonda Rhodan, MA, LPCC is Supportive Services Supervisor at the Licking County Job and Family Services. Prior to coming to Ohio, Rhonda worked for the State of North Dakota Department of Human Services. Currently, Rhonda Serves as Co-Facilitator of a multidisciplinary team involved in the planning of comprehensive services to vulnerable adults who are abused, neglected or exploited.

Melissa Terry is a Social Worker in Adult Protective Services with Licking County Job and Family Services. She is a “first responder” and investigates the calls that trigger an investigation of abuse, neglect or exploitation. Melissa earned her degree in Psychology from Ohio University and has over 20 years’ experience in the Social Work profession. She has worked as an investigator for Children’s Protective Services, and for the last seven years, she has worked exclusively with the elderly. Melissa is an active member of the Licking County Task Force on Aging, the Adult Protective Interdisciplinary Team, and the Ohio Coalition for Adult Protective Services.

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Coffee & ConversationPresented by Michael Mangus, Ph.D.

Date & Time: Fridays, August 4 & 1110 a.m. – 3 p.m. (break for lunch on your own 12 p.m.-1 p.m.)

Location: COTC Newark Campus1209 University Drive, Newark, OH, Reese Center

About the Course:Dr. Mangus will discuss the influences of Alexander Hamilton as a non-president who played a major role in evolution of the federal government as we know it today.

Instructor Bio:Dr. Michael Mangus teaches history at The Ohio State University at Newark and specializes in eighteenth and nineteenth century United States century history, U.S. history, and political and military history. He most actively teaches courses on the American colonial era, Ohio history and The United States Constitution.

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Presented by Jim Wollard

Date & Time: Tuesday, August 1510 a.m. – 12 p.m.

Location: COTC Newark Campus 1179 University Drive, Newark, OH, Hopewell Hall

About the Course:According to the instructor, his goal for this session is to depict the writer’s life from various vantage points: 1) The story of how he wanted to be a writer at a very young age but didn’t publish his first novel until he was 55 years old (and the key roles circ*mstance and luck played in his success along the way and still do today)2) the essential human themes he employs in developing and writing a novel; 3) the process of researching historical fiction; 4) recommended reading materials; 5) selected readings from his novels; 6) his current and future writing projects; 7) demands and state of the publishing world today; 8) questions and discussion.

About the presenter:Jim R. Wollard was born in Newark, Ohio in 1941. While attending public school, Jim and his father (a city policeman and later the county dog warden), hunted with coonhounds throughout Licking County. During their hours afield, his father’s tales of Ohio’s frontier days fascinated Jim and fostered a life-long passion for American history. The first person in his family to attend college, Jim earned a BA in history from Muskingum University and a Master of Arts and Ph.D. from The Ohio State University. After graduation, Jim worked in the private sector for a decade before his appointment as Director of Facilities Planning and Operations on the shared campus of Central Ohio Technical College and Ohio State Newark; a position he held until his retirement in December 2012.

Jim’s life-long determination to write historical fiction bore fruit with the publication of his first Ohio frontier novel. Thunder in the Valley, which won the 1996 Western Writers of America (WWA) Medicine Pipe Award for Best First Novel and the WWA’s Spur Award for best original paperback novel.

In the intervening years Jim published four additional Ohio frontier novels; plus, a western murder mystery set in 1891 Alamosa, Colorado; and two young adult novels featuring the adventures of high school boys and their redbone coonhounds (based on hunting and dog breeding experiences with his father).

Jim’s novel, “Raiding With Morgan,” centered on the 1863 Civil War invasion of Indiana and Ohio by 2,300 Confederate cavalrymen commanded by General John Hunt Morgan, the infamous Morgan’s Raiders. The book was published in the Spring of 2014. Jim’s Civil War novel, “Riding for The Flag,” is the story of three Chillicothe brothers from a family divided by the conflict, and was released in 2015. Jim is currently writing a Civil War novel featuring Hiram Berdan’s Federal sharpshooters, the feared Killers in Green Coats.

Jim and his wife, Nancy (a retired Licking County schoolteacher), have two sons, and four grandchildren. They reside atop the historic Dugway Hill in Newark, Ohio with Chuck, a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel.

A Writer’s LifeLifelongLearningInstitute

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Presented by Jason Cervenec

Date & Time: Wednesday, August 161 p.m. – 3 p.m.

Location: The Ohio State University, 1090 Carmack Road, Columbus, OH

Directions: While the tour of the facility is free, visitors will be required to purchase a parking voucher from a kiosk in the parking lot. (It is recommended that individuals carpool and plan to arrive at least 15 minutes early to allow time to purchase parking before walking to the facility.) Note: To avoid costly parking fines, it is critical to purchase a parking voucher.

1) Take 315 to the Lane Avenue exit (a major exit for The Ohio State University). If coming from the South side of the city, turn left and proceed West. From the North, turn right onto Lane Ave. 2) Once on Lane Ave., pass Kenny Road, and take the next road, Carmack Road, to the left.

3) Once on Carmack Road, continue straight, past Arthur Adams Road, and through the 4 way stop and into the parking lot. 4) Park and pay at the kiosks located at the north end of the lot near the footbridge. With a parking pass, park in spaces marked WA, WB, WC, or VISITOR. 5) Proceed over footbridge and follow the path straight to the compound of buildings, where the Byrd Polar and Climate Research Center is the third building on the left.

Meet in the Auditorium (Room 240), on the second floor of Scott Hall. You will need to enter Scott Hall through Door #2 (each door is labeled) on the east side of the building and ascend the steps near the statue of Admiral Byrd.

About the Course:The Byrd Polar and Climate Research Center (BPCRC) at The Ohio State University is recognized internationally as a leader in polar, alpine, and climate research. The Center is named in honor of Admiral Richard E. Byrd, America’s most famous polar explorer. There are ten research groups at BPCRC, along with a Library, Archival Program, the Polar Rock Repository, and a team of support staff. Research at

the Center focuses on the role of cold regions in the Earth’s overall climate system, and encompasses geological sciences, geochemistry, glaciology, paleoclimatology, meteorology, remote sensing, ocean dynamics, and the history of polar exploration. This course will include an overview presentation, an explanation of the research groups; a brief history of the Center as an Ohio State institution; and a tour of the facility (including the clean rooms, ice core freezer, and polar rock repository).

Instructor Bio:Jason Cervenec is the Education and Outreach Director for the Byrd Polar and Climate Research Center at The Ohio State University. The diverse outreach portfolio of the center reaches approximately 12,000 individuals annually and includes programs in cutting-edge science, science education, history, and the arts. Jason earned a B.S. in Biology and M.Ed. in Secondary Science Education from The Ohio State University and began his career as a high school science teacher where he taught for more than a decade. Notably, the most common request for information that Jason receives from the public is on climate change.

Byrd Polar and Climate Research Center at the Ohio State UniversityLifelong

LearningInstitute

CELEBRATING

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Rosalie Frazier welcomes and registers participants to an LLI event.

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Coffee & Conversation

Presented by Neil L. Drobny Ph.D., ISSP, CSP

Date & Time: Friday, August 25 10 a.m. – 12 p.m.

Location: COTC Pataskala Campus, 8660 E. Broad St, Reynoldsburg, OH

About the Course:Discover why sustainability is an important and growing driver of strategy in nearly all industrial and commercial business sectors around the world. The instructor will describe historical roots and then fast forward to economic, cultural, and political factors propelling businesses worldwide to adopt sustainable business practices. He will draw upon examples from global and local companies that support his

courses at Ohio State and from several decades of consulting. He will also provide some thoughts about where sustainable principles and practices will take corporate leaders in the future.

Instructor Bio:Neil began an academic career about 12 years ago after several decades of environmental consulting. He initially taught courses in corporate environmental strategy part-time in the MBA program at Ohio State. Those courses were eventually refocused on sustainable business practices, and a second set of courses was developed for undergraduates. In 2002, Ohio State launched a new campus-wide academic major in sustainability that included Neil’s undergraduate courses in sustainable business practices as core courses. Additionally, Neil was appointed the inaugural director of the program which has become the fastest

Why Business has a Sustainability Agenda

growing major on campus. More recently he has undertaken development of the Sustainability Innovation Virtual Lab, which brings experiential learning in sustainability to Ohio State students. He received the 2013 Undergraduate Service Award from the Fisher College of Business at Ohio State.

Previously in his career, Neil served as executive director of two small recycling organizations. He founded and served as CEO of a regional environmental consulting firm, and he also worked at Battelle in Columbus.

Neil received his Bachelors and Masters degree from Dartmouth College and his PhD from The Ohio State University, all in Environmental Engineering. He is a Certified Sustainability Professional granted by the International Society of Sustainability Professionals.

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Majority of the Summer 2017 courses & offerings will take place at the COTC Pataskala campus unless otherwise noted.For exact locations and details, please review the catalog course descriptions, and also refer to the location on the calendar listing

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Key: COTC-PTKL = COTC Pataskala, COTC-NWK = COTC Newark, COLS = Columbus location, COLS-DXL= Drexel Theater, FTP= Field Trip, ETNA-AMZ= Etna Amazon, COLS-OSU= Ohio State University

Road Scholar1pm-3pm

COTC-PTKL

Two Centuries of Business10am-12pmCOTC-PTKL

SENIOR EXPO9am-12pm

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Music Music Music-Encore

10am-3pmCOTC-NWK

Music Music Music-Encore

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Intro to iPad 10am-12pmCOTC-PTKL

Intro to iPad 10am-12pmCOTC-PTKL

Intro to iPad 10am-12pmCOTC-PTKL

Intro to iPad 10am-12pmCOTC-PTKL

Historic Cemetery Tour

9am-1:30pmCOLS-PTKL

In The Heat of the Summer

NY Riots 1964 10am-12pmCOTC-PTKL

Not YourGrandmothers

Library 10am-12pmCOTC-PTKL

Newarks Darkest Day 10am-12pmNWK-LCAP

OSU in the 60’s 10am-12pmCOTC-PTKL

1 Starry Night10am-12pm &

1pm-3pm COTC-PTKL

World Cinema 10am-12pm COTC-PTKL

World Cinema 10am-12pm COTC-PTKL

World Cinema 10am-12pm COTC-PTKL

World Cinema 10am-12pm COTC-PTKL

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AUGUST 18, 2017 .Enjoy music, refreshments, presentations, and doorprizes!

10:00 am - 12:00 pmCOTC Pataskala Campus8660 E. Broad Street, Reynoldsburg, OH

Please RSVP by August 1 Call 740-755-7122

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Newark • Coshocton • Knox • Pataskala

LifelongLearningInstitute

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The Lifelong Learning Institute of Central Ohio Technical College is

operated within the WDIC.

LLI courses/events that take place on the Newark Campus of COTC & OSU, most often occur in the Reese Center or Warner Student Center(1201 University Dr., Newark). You will be notified of room numbers.

Driving Directions:From the West, travel St. Rt. 16 East- Take the Country Club/Church St. exit- Turn left (north) onto Country Club Dr. – Proceed to the next stoplight,Granville Rd. – Turn right (east) onto Granville Rd. – The campus is on the left. – Free parking is available.

Parking:While at Reese or Warner Center, park in lot G, H, I, or J. – Park in the white-lined areas of Handicap accessible areas if applicable. On the map, the noted facilities and lots are highlighted. Signage and hostesses will greet and direct you. Welcome to Newark-Licking County and to COTC!

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