Human Migration: Origins, Destinations, and Motivations
Dates: Wednesdays 3/15-4/19
Age Group: Adults 18+
Program Location: Shanis Auditorium
Description: Explore past, present, and future issues of human migration in this multi-disciplinary exploration, touching upon why migration occurs, the evolution and impact of immigration policies, and the influence of science and art.
Instructor: Sanford Catz is a Greater Philadelphia Thinking Society co-organizer & discussion leader, and an instructor of science and humanities topics. He is a retired Lockheed Martin engineering manager and consultant.
Registration: Online registration required. Click here to register.
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