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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PLP 382 Art Sleuths
PLC 335 Mini Wine Adventures
PLC 307 What Happened to Lincoln & Booth Families?
PLC 365 Introduction to Photography NEW
PLC 375 The Seven Deadly Sins: Great Books
PLC 371 The Origin of Religious Ideas
PLC 306 Ethics: What's the Big Idea?
PLC 367 Sophocles: Three Plays & a Movie
PLC 369 Meteorology Basics
PLP 386 Individual Identity in Film & Fiction
PLC 366 Immigration in American History, 1492-1965
PLC 373 Great Conversations 1, Part 1
PLC 370 The Piano Concerto through History
PLC 372 Western Philosophy: Authority & the State
PLC 368 21st Century Economic Issues
PLC 374 Modern American Poetry 3
PLC 303 Zelda & F. Scott Fitzgerald: Roaring 20's Icons
PLC 377 Evil in the 20th Century: The Holocaust