The Peer Learning Partnership (PLP) is:
- A community of peers organized to develop opportunities for intellectual development, cultural stimulation, personal growth and social interaction in an academic setting.
- Members manage the program and volunteer their time, skills, and talents to gain and share knowledge of subjects that may not be conveniently available in academic or social institutions.
- Using a seminar or workshop format for learning, the PLP provides an interactive setting in which members can volunteer as facilitators. There are no academic requirements for membership and anyone 16 or older is welcome. Participants must join the Peer Learning Partnership before registering for the PLP classes.
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PLC 360 Modern American Poetry, Part 2 NEW
PLC 359 George Bernard Shaw: Plays and Prefaces NEW
PLP 308 Emergence of the Ancient Israelites
PLC 326 Jane Austen's Regency Britain
PLP 344 Witchcraft in Salem
PLC 320 Brazil: Superpower in the Making
PLC 361 The Concerto, Part 2 NEW
PLC 362 Western Philosophy: Problems in Ethics NEW
PLC 317 The Seven Stages of Shakespeare's Life
PLC 364 Gender, Genes & Society NEW
PLP 396 Well, It's About Time
PLC 363 Introduction to Great Books, Third Series-Part 2 NEW
PLP 382 Art Sleuths
PLC 335 Mini Wine Adventures
PLC 307 What Happened to Lincoln & Booth Families?
PLC 365 Introduction to Photography NEW