Winter/Spring Registration is Now Open!  
You can click the image below to view the PDF of the OLLI Winter/Spring catalog If you have not yet received your Winter/Spring catalog in the mail, it will be arriving soon! 
The initial registration period will run from 9:00am Monday, December 14 to 4:00pm Monday, January 11. You can register at any time during this period and receive equal consideration for classes that become oversubscribed.

All oversubscribed study groups and Shared Interest Groups (SIGs) will be subject to a lottery to give everyone an equal chance to get in. Early registration does not increase your chances.

Everyone who applies for programs that become subject to the lottery will be notified of the outcome by Thursday, January 14.

Members who are not selected will be given refunds, placed on a wait list, and invited to join if space becomes available. Our goal is to issue the refunds during the week after the lottery.

Registration for classes that are not full will still be possible after January 14.
Remember you can register for past lectures or presentations in our Video Catalog. 

As before, you can register on-line or by mail. (The preferred method for registration for this term is online since staff ability to process mailed registrations is more limited due to COVID-19)

All payments must be made at the time of registration.
Questions about registrations or paying the annual $25 fee? Please contact the OLLI office via e-mail at or by phone at (734) 998-9351.
Scholarships are available for membership and all programs. To request a scholarship, please contact the OLLI office via e-mail at or by phone at (734) 998-9351.

Confused about your OLLI Subscriptions!
Help is here (and online at
1.    Sign into to the OLLI website and click on the HISTORY tab.  Each item you paid for is listed with the beginning and end dates for that item.
2.    Then go to the Course Catalog to see the specific dates of the items you purchased.
3.    Study groups generally last for just one semester, so each semester you need to register for the relevant term’s programming. 
4.    Lecture series:  in the fall you had choices of purchasing single lecture series or single lectures.
5.    If you purchased a “lecture package” last fall, this included all fall and winter/spring lectures AND the Summer lecture series. 
6.    If you did not purchase a package of lecture series during the fall, you can purchase individual lecture series at this time.
7.    OLLI has a number of free programs and lectures, all listed in the Course Catalog.  Please look at those – any and all OLLI members can attend these offerings.  
Finding Zoom Meeting IDs and Links: 
  • Zoom information is sent out in e-mail a few days before the event takes place.
  • Zoom information is also available in OLLI's online Course Catalog for events for which you have registered as well as for events that are free or do not require registration. The Zoom information is added to the Course Catalog a few days before the event takes place. To view the information in the Course Catalog (i) sign in using your OLLI account and password, (ii) go to the Course Catalog, (iii) locate your event and click on it to see the event's details, (iv) you'll find the Zoom information under Location toward the bottom of the page (you may need to scroll down to find it, if the event's description is long).
  • If you are signed in you can also see Zoom information on the payment History web page. 
  • If you can't find the information you need to connect using Zoom or you have any other questions about using Zoom, send e-mail to OLLI at or call 734-998-9351

    Important OLLI Web Resources –
    Click on the links below to connect you!

    OLLI Website 
    Donate to OLLI
    OLLI Video Catalog  
    OLLI Calendar
    All Things 2020 Kickoff
    OLLI Commons Calendar

Want to learn how to tell a captivating story as taught by experts? Sign up for this free virtual workshop on January 16th! This workshop is open to those who want to submit their story for Big Hearts for Seniors' May 27th event 'Big Hearted Stories: Generations’ and for those interested in storytelling in general. 
Storyteller Workshop
Saturday, January 16th 10am-12pm
To learn more about Big Hearts for Seniors, or our upcoming event ‘Big Hearted Stories: Generations’ visit our website.

While OLLI continues to meet online, a reminder that OLLI-UM through The UM Geriatrics Center strongly advises members do not meet in their homes for any OLLI volunteer work or discussions due to the current risk of COVID 19 in our community. The OLLI office is happy to direct you to The Commons, a free OLLI online meeting space to schedule any gatherings online. 

OLLI Special Projects Presents – “Torn from the Headlines” 

This monthly series goes behind the headlines with a two-part program each month. Hear first from an expert on the topic with an opportunity for an extended Q and A.  On the day following the session, join a continued facilitated discussion in the Commons. Registration now open --$55 for the series (monthly January-June) or $10 per individual session. 

Check out our January topic!

The Role of the Federal Reserve and Financial Deregulation During the Trump Administration: How Will it/Should it Change under the Biden Administration? 

Why is the Federal Reserve so much in the news lately? Its recent repeated rescue of the short-term funding market is one example. More broadly, the Trump Administration has pursued less regulation and oversight of financial institutions.  What have been the outcomes of this trend? What role does the Financial Stability Oversight Council (FSOC) – established by the Dodd-Frank Reform (2010) - play?  What goals and priorities should the Biden Administration have in relation to financial regulation?  In what direction will Janet Yellin take the Treasury Department, and how will its role complement the regulation policies of the Administration?

Monday, January 11th, 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm. Online. $10 
Tuesday, January 12th, 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm. Facilitated follow up discussion in the Commons with Karen Bantel. No Cost.

Jeremy Kress                 Karen Bantel
Jeremy Kress is an Assistant Professor of Business Law at Michigan Ross.  He received his Bachelor’s degree from the University of Michigan in 2005, his Masters in Public Policy from Harvard, and JD from Harvard Law in 2010.  Professor Kress researches macroprudential financial regulation, with an emphasis on financial institution corporate governance.  Professor Kress teaches Legal Issues in Finance & Banking at Michigan Ross, and he has taught Financial Regulation at Michigan Law School. Before entering academia, Professor Kress was an attorney in the banking regulation and policy group at the Federal Reserve Board of Governors in Washington, D.C.  In that capacity, he drafted rules to implement the Dodd-Frank Act and Basel III, and he advised the Board on the legal permissibility of bank mergers and acquisitions. 

Professor Kress is a senior research fellow at the University of Michigan Center on Finance, Law, and Policy, where he previously served as assistant executive director. Professor Kress graduated cum laude from Harvard Law School and from the Harvard Kennedy School, where he was a Presidential Scholar.  He holds a BBA from Michigan Ross. 

Karen Bantel, Ph.D., is an OLLI Member and Instructor; She is a former U-M Professor of Entrepreneurship and Business Strategy. 

Future topics and speakers to be announced based on current happenings. Watch for our February program entitled “New Muslim Alliances with Israel and their Impact on the Middle East, February 8 and 9, 2021”. Speaker: Professor Mark Tessler, UM Samuel J. Eldersveld Collegiate Professor of Political Science. 

OLLI Distinguished Lecture Series Presents
This lecture is sponsored by Katherine and Peter W.K. Woo, in honor of the dedicated women and men of science for their life-changing discoveries in medicine.

Tuesday, January 12th, 10:00 am - 11:30 am. Online. $10

Stress and Brain Health from Biology to Social Context
Dr. Akil and her colleagues have provided the first psychological evidence of endorphins, and showed that endorphins are activated by stress and inhibit pain. In investigations of the mechanism underlying stress activity in anxiety and depression, she demonstrated that social defeat in rodents activates unique neural pathways resembling those alerted in human depression. Her team has also focused on the role of specific genes in the pathology of mood disorders. 

Dr. Huda Akil is a graduate of the University of California, University of Iowa and the American University of Beirut. She is the Gardner Quarton Distinguished University Professor of Neurosciences at The Molecular & Behavioral Neuroscience Institute at the University of Michigan. She has made unique contributions to the understanding of the brain biology of emotions, including pain, anxiety, depression and substance abuse. She is the author of over 500 original scientific papers and has been elected to the American Academy of Arts and Science.

OLLI’s Third Thursday Morning Lecture Series - Advances in Science                           
Thursday, January 14th, 10:00 am - 11:30 am. Online. $10

Cosmology: The History of the Universe
This talk will present the history of the universe, from the moment of the Big Bang to the present cosmological epoch. During this span of time, the universe experiences a brief phase of superluminal expansion, develops an asymmetry of matter over anti-matter, produces a substantial component of dark matter, synthesizes light nuclei, and leaves behind a background radiation field. Galaxies, then stars and planets, are formed during the later stages of this sweep of cosmic evolution.

Dr. Fred C. Adams, Ph.D. is the Ta-You Wu Collegiate Professor of Physics at the University of Michigan. He works on a wide variety of topics in theoretical astrophysics, including cosmology, star formation, and extra-solar planets. 


Monday, January 18th, 3:00 pm – 4:30 pm. Online. $10  
OLLI Special Projects Presents – OLLI @ Home Series
Rebecca Van Dyke, a birder and OLLI member, introduces us to her world of birding and the added joy of exercise, outdoor beauty and identifying birds.

Kelly Vore, owner of Downtown Home and Garden, will share her bird experience with feeding and watering tips as well as discuss the challenges of co-existing with squirrels and other critters and managing that never- ending quandary.

Rebecca Van Dyke is a retired UM physician who has lived in Ann Arbor for 30 years. As the eldest child of a college biology professor (who knew his ornithology), she knew little aside from some of the common birds. When she retired six years ago, she started to travel and realized that it was fun and challenging to look for and identify birds. 

She has traveled in the US and abroad, often with knowledgeable guides. This past year she has explored many of the wonderful parks and nature preserves in the area, combining exercise (walking), viewing beautiful nature and finding and identifying birds.

Downtown Home and Garden has been providing quality birdseed and feeders for Ann Arbor and our surrounding area for decades. It was the first to bring thistle feed to Michigan and it continues to receive weekly deliveries of seed from L & D Finkbeiner Farm, from Saline. Its drive-thru barn (originally built for horse and buggy in 1905) easily accommodates today’s vehicles for swift drive thru and load and go. Quick, convenient and out of the elements!

Downtown Home and Garden can be contacted at before or after January 18 for information and/or purchases. 

Field Guides: 
These are the three best-known up to date guides.  The Sibley and Peterson guides are for the Eastern half of the US.  Western versions for each of these are available as well.  Local independent bookstores and bird supply stores usually have these books or can order them. 
    1.  Sibley Birds East, second edition, 2017, Alfred A Knopf, publisher) 
    2.  Peterson Field Guide to Birds of Eastern and Central North America,                   seventh edition, 2020, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. 
    3.  Kaufman Field Guide to Birds of North America, 2005, Houghton Mifflin               Co. 

Every birder should have a good pair.  Check out "The Audubon Guide To Buying Binoculars:  Budget to Premium" (online) to see examples of the wide range of binoculars that have been tested and rated by Audubon experts "Gear Advice".  That online page also has a video showing new users how to adjust the binoculars for their eyes.  No two eyes are the same.  

Local Audubon Society: You can join online at any time and attend meetings (currently held by zoom only) and attend free bird walks and events (when Covid-19 allows).   

OLLI Urgent and Critical Lecture Series Presents
Tuesday, January, 19th, 10:00 am - 11:30 am. Online. Free

Emily Toth Martin          Lona Mody
Covid-19 Health Update: Trends, Treatment and Vaccines
UM Epidemiologist Emily Toth Martin and UM Infectious Disease Physician Lona Mody will explore the latest updates in Covid-19 on campus, in Ann Arbor and across the state; treatment successes and challenges; and vaccine outlook.

Dr. Emily Toth Martin, PhD, MPH, is on the faculty of Epidemiology at the UM School of Public Health. Her research focuses on building a greater understanding of the epidemiology of viral respiratory diseases (including RSV, bocavirus and influenza) through the use of molecular epidemiology. In particular, her work aims to identify strategies to reduce infections, particularly in individuals with chronic comorbidities and in hospital infectious environments (including MRSA/VRE coinfection).

Dr. Lona Mody, MD, is one of very few internists in this country with an expertise in aging populations, epidemiology, an active research laboratory in microbiology and a translational research agenda focused on vulnerable aging population. Her NIH and AHRQ funded work has created a thriving consortium of post-acute and long-term care facilities in SE Michigan interested in developing interventions to enhance infection prevention in a traditionally resource poor setting. 

Webinar ID: 985 1607 3493, audio only 1-312-626-6799 followed by 985 1607 3493 and #Zoom Link:

OLLI Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Committee Presents
Anti-Racism Exploration/Discussion Series of Caste by Isabel Wilkerson 
Tuesday, January 19th, 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm. Online. Free. Registration Required. 
Co-facilitators: Faye Askew-King and Karen Bantel 
Registration required (please register by end of day January 11). You can register HERE
Registration only covers Part I. Part II registration will come at a later date. 
Introduction: Isabel Wilkerson, Pulitzer Prize winning journalist, has written a well-researched, narrative history titled Caste: The Origins of our Discontents, that is asking us to look at our collective history from a new paradigm, that of caste vs. race and/class. We are offering this Discussion Series to allow participants to examine and reflect upon this reframing of our history, and its implications for our present and future as a nation. We want to offer participants a safe space forum to interpret, consider, and challenge the insights offered in Caste. Our hope is that through these thoughtful and difficult conversations about our nation’s past, we will gain a better understanding of how that history is operating today.  

This Discussion Series will serve our collective benefit by beginning to think of ways that we as individuals and as a community can make changes, big or small, to improve the circumstances and experiences for our children, grandchildren, family, and friends in the near and far futures.

Following an intensive review and discussion of the book, we will then offer, using this new paradigm, the option to participants to continue with a series of monthly discussions throughout 2021 on additional selected topics. Participants will provide input on topic selection. Anticipated topics include: health care disparities, our criminal justice system, housing policies, economics, and black feminism.
Goals: To increase understanding, awareness, and sensitivity to issues of racial inequity and bias. Create community conversation and opportunities for self-reflection, personal growth, and behavior change. To consider possible personal action steps addressing racial inequities.

Part I:
January – March: bi-weekly reading and discussion of Caste by Isabel Wilkerson.

Part 2: April-December: monthly readings and discussion on related anti-racism topics (to be determined).

(Participants will be asked to contribute topic ideas at the beginning as their input is valuable to their learning.)

Afternoons with OLLI Presents 
Tuesday, January 19th, 3:30 pm – 5:00 pm. Online. $5

“A meal without Wine is called Breakfast” A conversation with Dick Scheer, Distinguished Wine Merchant and Owner of Ann Arbor’s Village Corner
Village Corner is an Ann Arbor institution. This wine shop has one of the most extensive wine selections in the area, with 5000 carefully selected wines, 600 spirits, 150 beers, 350 cigars and much more.

Dick Scheer has been the celebrated owner and President of Village Corner, Inc. for 50 years, and has been referred to as one of the most knowledgeable wine experts in the state. In conversation with Bev Geltner, we’ll learn about Dick’s interest in and expert knowledge of wines, and his decades-long history at the Village Corner. We’ll learn a lot about different wines, and perhaps a few ghost stories as well.

Dick Scheer started in the wine business in 1964, and has been a Wine Educator to
thousands over the years. He has taught wine appreciation seminars for the Ann Arbor Arts Center, as well as programs sponsored by the University of Michigan and Eastern Michigan University. 

Dick is also Director of the Ann Arbor Tasters Guild and Ann Arbor Wine Club. He has been a judge at the Michigan State Fair, Tasters Guild International, American Wine Society, as well as Great Lakes and Canadian wine competitions.

OLLI’s Third Thursday Morning Lecture Series - Advances in Science                           
Thursday, January 21st, 10:00 am - 11:30 am. Online. $10
This lecture is sponsored by Susan Fisher

Gravitational Wave Astronomy – Listening to the Universe 
Gravitational waves are minute disturbances of space itself, which can arise from distant and massive but compact bodies, such as black holes and neutron stars. Using them, scientists are probing some of the most exotic phenomena in the Universe. Insights from discoveries made so far, including some surprising new objects, will be presented, along with the potential for new discoveries that will make gravitational waves essential to the next century of astronomy and cosmology.

Dr. Keith Riles has carried out research in both experimental particle physics and gravitational wave physics. As a charter member of the LIGO Scientific Collaboration (LSC), founded in 1997, he initially led the LIGO detector characterization group and more recently has led searches for continuous gravitational waves from galactic neutron stars. His group at the University of Michigan hunts for signals from waves ten thousand times weaker than the first gravitational waves detected in September 2015. Gravitational waves are minute disturbances of space itself, which can arise from distant and massive but compact bodies, such as black holes and neutron stars. Using them, scientists are probing some of the most exotic phenomena in the Universe. Insights from discoveries made so far, including some
surprising new objects, will be presented, along with the potential for new discoveries that will make gravitational waves essential to the next century of astronomy and cosmology.

OLLI Out of Town Presents 
Friday, January 22nd, 3:00 pm – 4:30 pm. Online. $10

Myanmar: Land of Golden Temples and Floating Villages
Photographer: Ann O’Hagan, invites you on a visual journey through the highlights of Myanmar, locally still known as Burma. Once the richest country in Southeast Asia, Myanmar still remains one of the most fascinating places on earth. Despite the disheartening news that has recently brought it to our attention, visiting offers an opportunity to learn about its unique culture, glimpse its tragic history and enjoy its breathtaking scenery. Through the
camera lens, you’ll go on a journey that includes modern cityscapes, rural landscapes, exotic temples and watery villages. Highlights include Rangoon (now Yangon), Mandalay, Bagan and Inle Lake. Don’t miss this opportunity for a visual adventure from the comfort of your living room!

Study Groups Current Events, Law, Policy & Politics Presents – DEI Offering Poverty: Looking from the Inside Out 
Wednesdays, 10:00-11:30 am, February 10-March 3, 2021. Online. $30 
Instructor: Suzanne Van Dam

If you’ve ever wondered why people in poverty can’t seem to break out of its grip, sometimes even for generations, then this class is for you. Together we will explore the dynamics of poverty—looking at what keeps people in it, what’s needed to break out of it, and how we can all play a role in building community to end poverty. Class includes hands-on simulations, thoughtful discussion, and personal stories of struggle and transformation. The final class focuses on solutions and will feature dynamic programs making a real difference right here in Washtenaw County. 

Literary Short Fiction A New SIG (Shared Interest Group) Opens January, 2021  
A SIG brings people together who have a common interest that they wish to pursue indefinitely within a structure of meetings/activities designed primarily by the members of the group.  SIGs have no formal ending date and may be active year-round.  
This new shared interest group will be a weekly assembly of fans of this genre to identify, read and discuss, in a sustained relationship, works of literary short fiction.  These will include a mix of short fiction classics and contemporary masterpieces, pulled mostly from the New Yorker.

SIG Facilitator: Deb Mukherjee
Proposed start date: January 20, 2021
Registration opens for all OLLI Winter activities December 14, 2020 thru January 11, 2021. Lottery notifications for any oversubscribed SIGs or Study Groups will be sent to all members by January 14th.

If you would like more information about Michigan Medicine resources during this challenging time, please reach out to OLLI Director Lisa Barton at 734-998-9356 or She will be happy to connect you.

Please remember OLLI’s Video Catalog is still available. Access is available for a small cost. Click on the link below to connect you!
OLLI Video Catalog  

From the Ed Marcus Family
                    …Former OLLI-UM Member

The Marcus family is sharing the recent news of the loss of our beloved OLLI member and leader, Ed Marcus. Ed served OLLI in many roles- as Leadership Council President, member of the Distinguished Lecture Committee, and as an instructor on all things Broadway. Mostly Ed was a treasured friend to members and staff. Ed will be missed more than can be expressed. The link to his obituary is below, and we extend our deep condolences to the extended Marcus family.  If you have a memory of Ed to share, please email it to who will be happy to share it with Ed’s family.
For added security, all Commons events going forward will be locked ten minutes after they begin, so thanks for arriving promptly!

Check the Commons Calendar regularly at
On the calendar you’ll find opportunities to connect through informal groups moderated by OLLI volunteers, demonstrations, discussions that follow OLLI events and more.  
Access to events in the Commons is always
free, and no registration is required.
Bookmark or save the link below – it’s the only one you’ll ever need!
Audio only dial: 1-312-626-6799 Meeting ID: 95574902503

In the Commons January 11 – 15

Tuesday January 12        2 – 3pm   A free discussion:  
The Role of the Federal Reserve and Financial Deregulation During the Trump Administration: How Will it/Should it Change under the Biden Administration?

[Discussion is a follow up to the presentation on January 11 as part of the new monthly series Torn from the Headlines]
Moderator: Karen Bantel.
Audio only dial: 1-312-626-6799 Meeting ID: 955 7490 2503

Wednesday January 13    1 – 2pm   The Schmoozery: At Our Age, In This Age.   
Facilitator:  Hank Greenspan, Ph.D.
 Psychologist, essayist, oral historian, playwright, and lifelong committed schmoozer 

The Schmoozery: At Our Age, In This Age is a facilitated conversation in which participants are invited to share stories and reflections about aging, generations, hopes, and related topics in “uncertain times.” The specific issues and themes are less important than the chance to learn from each other’s experiences and insights in these times—and perhaps in any times.  That is, the goal is to have the best possible schmooze about things that matter.
Audio only dial: 1-312-626-6799 Meeting ID: 955 7490 2503

Thursday January 14    12noon – 1pm   Lunch Bunch
Facilitator: Dick Chase
Advances in Science subcommittee

The Lunch Bunch invites you to participate in guided discussions and personal reflections following each of the lectures in the January 14 – February 18 Thursday Morning Lecture Series:
Advances in Science.  Each Lunch Bunch session will be facilitated by a member of the Lectures’ subcommittee that created the series.  

These guided discussion and personal reflection sessions are free--no registration is required.

The Lunch Bunch follows the conclusion of the lecture and Q&A.  Log on prior to 12noon at   Audio only dial: 1-312-626-6799 Meeting ID: 955 7490 2503
OLLI is Always Looking for Volunteers for Committees
There are a multitude of volunteer opportunities at OLLI - We need you! Please contact OLLI Director on more ways to get involved:  Lisa Barton  734-998-9356.

…from our Community Program Partner – Turner Senior Wellness Programs at UM
Check out some of the wonderful Winter/Spring 2021 offerings the Turner Senior Wellness Program has scheduled this year. The Turner Senior Wellness Program works to promote quality of life among older adults through social connection, wellness activities, health education, and community resources.  View their brochure, check out their website, and register today! 
Programs are free! Some programs started Jan 6th. 
Move & Groove- Fun music & dance moves for overall fitness- Jan. 6- Feb. 24, 10:30-11:30am
Diabetes Management: Reviewing the Basics & Newest Updates in Care- Jan. 12, 10-11:30am
Brain Gym- Movement designed to enhance brain function - Jan. 11- Mar. 1, 2-3pm 
You can register by clicking here:

…from Harvard Health – Strength and Power Training for Older Adults

The President's Commission on Carbon Neutrality, charged with recommending scalable and transferrable pathways for U-M to achieve net-zero emissions, has released its preliminary draft recommendations for public comment.
From now through Jan. 22, 2021, the commission is inviting U-M students, staff, faculty and community members to read the draft recommendations and submit public comments.
The commission will review all comments and submit a final set of recommendations to President Mark S. Schlissel in February 2021. The Planet Blue Ambassador program and Student Sustainability Coalition will each be hosting a series of community conversations in January 2021 around the proposed recommendations.
Read the full draft report.
Read more about the President's Commission on Carbon Neutrality's draft recommendations in the University Record.
Read about the analysis teams and subgroups who have supported the commission’s efforts.
Shared from…OLLI at Berkshire Community College 
Tuesday, January 12, 6pm EST - Free & Online via Zoom: click here to register
Meet the Lawyer for Rosa Parks and Martin Luther King, Jr.
A Conversation with Pioneering Civil Rights Hero Fred Gray 

Free & Online via Zoom: click here to register
Congressman John Lewis called Fred Gray one of "the Founding Fathers of modern America." 
In 1958 Dr. King called him "the brilliant young Negro who later came chief counsel for the protest movement." 

Mr. Gray will be interviewed by OLLI instructor and speaker Doug Mishkin, himself a lawyer.  OLLI is pleased to offer this 90-minute free program on Tuesday, January 12, 2021 at 6:00pm Eastern/5:00pm Central time.  We can think of no better way to honor the memory of Dr. King in anticipation of the January 18 Martin Luther King Day than to celebrate the achievements of his lawyer, Fred Gray.
If you would like more information about Michigan Medicine resources during this challenging time, please reach out to OLLI Director Lisa Barton at 734-998-9356 or She will be happy to connect you.

COVID-19 Resources and Services in Washtenaw County
Washtenaw Community Health Department:
Michigan Medicine:

COVID-19 Help and Services Washtenaw County - Google Docs
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