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30th Anniversary

Celebrating 30 years of OLLI-UO in Eugene/Springfield

OLLI-UO in Eugene/Springfield is Celebrating 30 Years

OLLI-UO in Eugene/Springfield was originally established in 1993 as Learning in Retirement and later joined the national network of Osher national network of programs in 2004, becoming the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at the University of Oregon.

Celebratory events kicked off in September at our all-member annual meeting at the Baker Downtown Center with video greetings from notable OLLI supporters in our community. Presentations included video testimonials from members, displays of archival photos and publications, and an inspiring keynote speaker, Dr. Alicia Salaz, (UO Vice Provost and University Librarian) who gave us a glimpse into libraries of the future.

Learn more about the history of OLLI-UO and our mission to engage adult learners in our unique intellectual and social community. Here’s to the next 30 years!

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