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11 April 2014

The University of the Sunshine Coast and the University of the Third Age are uniting for a fascinating lecture series covering everything from how the brain works to saving the endangered Macadamia jansenii.

Five leading USC lecturers will deliver a total of eight weekly lectures for students of U3A in a series sponsored by USC’s Office of Engagement. It will run on Tuesdays from 9am-11am over eight weeks beginning 29 April.

The topics, dates and lecturers are:

Lectures are free to all U3A members who join before 28 April and membership forms are available at the U3A office on the USC campus.

A full lecture schedule is available at the office but locations vary, so interested members are asked to RSVP to Anne Main on 5478 1808 or email lorraineq@live.com.au.

– David Cameron

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