Our lecture theme is Understanding the 21st Century, a broad canvas for areas of particular interest and importance to our curious audience of life-long learners. Topics include contemporary issues, history, local and global politics, science, technology, arts and humanities, health, economics, the environment and culture.
Lectures are provided by university/college professors, notable authors, journalists, leaders and experts in their fields. We provide a varied program in each series.
Disclaimer: While program topics are approved by the Program Committee and the Board, the actual content of any lecture and opinions offered by the lecturers are their own and do not necessarily reflect the views of HTAL.
Fall and Spring Lectures are provided in-person and the Winter Series is offered via Zoom. Lectures are 50 – 60 minutes followed by a brief Q&A. A recording of the lectures is made available to all paid registrants and access is open for 2 weeks after the live lecture through a password protected link. All lectures begin at 10am on Wednesday mornings.