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Lifelong learning: started in the spring semester of Senior University
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Posted: Feb 23, 2022 18:25 | Updated: 2/23/2022 18:25
Debrecen – More than one hundred and twenty people took part in the Friday 2021/2022. The program of the University of Debrecen will continue with four more lectures at the first event of the spring semester of the academic year.
László Csernoch, Deputy Scientific Rector of the University of Debrecen, held the first semester of the senior lecture program of the University of Seniors entitled The World of Our Ears – Sounds, Music, Speech. A professor at the Institute of Physiology of the Faculty of General Medicine spoke in front of an audience of more than one hundred and twenty people in a lecture at the Life Sciences Building on Friday about the process of human hearing and the peculiarities of speech and music.
László Pósán, a professor at the Institute of History of the Faculty of Arts, the professional leader of the Senior University, said in his pre-lecture speech that the popularity of the series of events supporting lifelong learning is unbroken. Although there may be fewer recent events due to the epidemic situation and epidemiological measures, there were a total of about eight hundred participants in the presentation over the past six months. In the spring semester, you can hear mainly about the humanities and history topics by visiting the Life Sciences building that hosts the lectures.
DE Senior University 2021/2022. program for the spring semester of the academic year:
- Friday, March 4 16:00 – Tamás Gergely Fazakas (associate professor, director of the institute, DE BTK Hungarian Institute of Literary and Cultural Studies): The cult of Csokonai in Debrecen and the hidden memory of the war of independence after 1849
- Friday, March 11, 4 pm – Katalin Schrek (assistant professor, DE BTK Institute of History): Russian foreign policy trends from the break-up of the Soviet Union to the present day
- Friday, March 25, 4 pm – János Angi (associate professor, DE BTK Institute of History; museum director, Déri Museum): Archaeological excavations of the Déri Museum
- Friday, April 8, 4 pm – Ákos Pintér (Deputy Rector, Professor, DE TTK): Mathematics in Nature
As the number one knowledge base of the region, the University of Debrecen has an important goal to support lifelong learning, which is achieved by the University of Seniors, a special training program in line with the institution’s third mission activity.
More information and check-out a Senior University website.