CWRU’s new lifelong learning program unveils offerings

Cleveland Jewish News: The Laura and Alvin Siegal Lifelong Learning Program at Case Western Reserve University will offer more than 90 courses and activities this fall on campus and at other locations throughout the Cleveland area. “Our catalog includes topics to satisfy anyone’s intellectual curiosity, from Biblical studies to local architecture, from contemporary spirituality to Russian literature, and even a reflection on the work of Cleveland’s Harvey Pekar, presented by the Judaic studies program at CWRU,” said Brian Amkraut, executive director of the program.