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Senior Scholars at Queens

Website: www.seniorscholars.net Email: [email protected] Address: Queens University of Charlotte - PO Box 1409 Charlotte, NC 28274

September 2011 Program Information Programs 10 a.m., Queens University of Charlotte Sports Complex/Conference Center, 2229 Tyvola Road

OPEN HOUSE

Aug. 29, 3-4 p.m. Tour our new meeting site at the Queens University of Charlotte Sports Complex/Conference Center, 2229 Tyvola Road

Sept. 13

Christopher Warren-Green: The Charlotte Symphony Orchestra. Mr. Warren-Green

has conducted orchestras around the world, including concerts with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and the closing concert of the prestigious Chopin Festival in Warsaw last year. He has been music director of the Charlotte Symphony for a year and continues as longstanding music director of the London Chamber Orchestra, as well. He conducted the London Chamber Orchestra for the Royal Wedding this spring.

Sept. 27

Dr. Alexa Royden: A Great Decision topic, Global Governance. Dr. Royden is an

assistant professor in the Political Science and International Studies Department at Queens and teaches World Politics, Chinese Politics, Contemporary American Foreign Policy, International Human Rights, International Terrorism and CORE 220. A graduate of Rollins College, she earned a master's from George Washington University and a doctorate from the University of St. Andrews, Scotland.

President Wade Alley (704) 364-7830

Vice President/ Curriculum Jim Renger Second Vice President Jerry Thrasher Treasurer Anna Lee Townsend Recording Secretary Martha Meyer Corresponding Secretary Betsy Garfinkle Publicity/Web Site Manager Phil Garfinkle Immediate Past President Ralph Meyer Newsletter Editor Alice Thrasher

Sept. 20

Rose Hamid: Islam. Ms. Hamid

is an American Muslim of Palestinian and Latin descent. She was born in Buffalo, N.Y., grew up in Cleveland, Ohio, and has been living in Charlotte since 1987. She grew up in the Catholic tradition but chose to follow Islam when she started her family. She has been a flight attendant for 26 years. She is the co-founder and retired president of the Muslim Women of the Carolinas.

Oct. 4

Jack Reyome/Town Creek Wood Turning: Wood working. Artist and woodturning teacher Jack Reyome will demonstrate the technique of spiral designs on various wood -turned projects and share his ideas about his artistic designs. Mr. Reyome creates art works from wood and teaches others in his studio in Mt. Gilead.

Welcome Back

Greetings from Queens University of Charlotte

Wade Alley, President. Senior Scholars at Queens

Dear New Friends,

Krista Tillman, Dean of Hayworth College for Adult Studies, Queens University of Charlotte

Greetings Senior Scholars, I am delighted to welcome you back! We are relocating this fall and are expanding our name to Senior Scholars at Queens. Beginning Sept. 13, Senior Scholars will hold meetings in a much larger and newer facility with ample parking and easy accessibility. We will meet at the Queens University of Charlotte Sports Complex & Conference Center on Tyvola Road. The Queens complex is next to the Tyvola Senior Center at Marion Diehl Park. Come check it out at an Open House Aug. 29, 3-4 p.m. We now will have closer ties with Queens University. Our membership will be able to enroll and/or audit an approved list of classes on campus at significantly reduced fees. We will be able to participate in grant applications that the university originates to increase our academic activities as well. There will be more information on this later. You will also receive e-mails from Queens University periodically about other events and activities that may be of interest to you. I look forward to seeing you soon. Wade Alley

As Dean of Hayworth College for Adult Studies at Queens, I am very excited to have the opportunity to partner with Senior Scholars and work together to serve our community. We have been neighbors for a long time, but I am thrilled to officially welcome you now into the Queens family. Beginning this fall, we are honored to host your weekly meetings at the Queens Sports Complex & Conference Center. This new facility seats up to 300 people in the conference room, and there are over 200 parking spaces. I expect you will be very pleased with the facility's site, location, accessibility and capabilities. We believe that this partnership will be mutually beneficial, as we both foster lifelong learning, fellowship and community. Not only do we welcome you to use our conference center for your meetings, but we also invite you to take or audit an approved list of classes on campus at a special rate just for Senior Scholars ($195 ). In addition to undergraduate classes, we also invite you to explore our various continuing education offerings in our Center for Lifelong Learning. Please see the letter I mailed you for more details. I look forward to meeting you at the Open House soon. Krista Tillman

Senior Scholars at Queens

Look for sign at entrance, 2229 Tyvola Road, just before the entrance to the Tyvola Senior Center and Marion Diehl Pool, if driving west. If driving east on Tyvola Road from South Boulevard, you will have to go to Park Road, do a U-Turn and drive west on Tyvola. The Queens parking lot does not connect to the parking lots at the pool and senior center. To check out an interactive map of the Queens Sports Complex go to the Web site at http://campus2.queens.edu/Forms/Map/

Front of the conference center building where meetings will be held each Tuesday at 10 a.m., beginning Sept. 13. Building is located off large parking lot and does not front Tyvola Road.

Open House for Senior Scholars at Queens Aug. 29 Queens University of Charlotte Sports Complex/ Conference Center 2229 Tyvola Road 3-4 p.m. Refreshments provided Due to the start of school, more cars than usual will be at the lot on this date. Please try to carpool.

Spacious meeting room has easy access to parking lot and there are no stairs to climb.

Queen's Sports Complex/ Conference Center (A on

map)

2229 Tyvola Road Entrance is on right, when heading West, and is just before the driveway to the Tyvola Senior Center and the Marion Diehl Pool. To get to Park Road, take a right onto Tyvola Road, then take a right on Wedgewood Drive, and a right on Seneca Place.

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