#2. Learn from expert instructors.
Just like all Road Scholar adventures, an educational experience in Chautauqua is led by expert instructors from a variety of backgrounds.
Here is a sneak peek at two of our Chautauqua instructors from our program Chautauqua in Fall & Spring: An Exclusive Road Scholar Experience:
Kaye has studied and taught psychology, literature and theology over the past 45 years. She focuses on combining these disciplines in order to bring new dimensions of understanding to the world's great stories (including mythology, fairy tales and Bible stories). For more than 30 years, Kaye taught graduate and adult education courses in storytelling and literature at Syracuse University.
Greg earned his doctorate at Pennsylvania State University. He was a nominee for best teacher in America by the Disney Corporation in 2002 and, in July, 2009, he presented four lectures at Penn State on U.S. foreign policy. Greg has been interviewed numerous times on local radio and television, and authored an article published in Education Magazine.
#3. There are always new topics to learn about.
You’ll never be bored at Chautauqua! In the summer, each week is devoted to a different topic, while spring and fall sessions bring several topics to each week. This means that you could come to Chautauqua many times, and learn about something new each time. Topics have included lectures and discussions on America’s National Parks, literature and foreign policy.