Alumni College

June 1 - June 4
Red Crown Lodge, 3852 Highway 51 N. , Arbor Vitae, WI

A weekend of life-enhancing knowledge and personal development awaits you this June. Learn how research from UW–Madison in the fields of Alzheimer’s, cancer treatment, nursing, and mindfulness are improving the quality of life for millions of Americans. Discover some of the amazing research being done on the UW campus and how that work can help to shape how you live and make choices about your health. Have fun and gain fascinating insights alongside other UW alumni and friends in a beautiful, Northwoods setting.

Get ready for a relaxing, enriching mind-body experience. The weekend includes all meals, morning and afternoon sessions, a panel discussion with UW experts, and more. Learn about cancer prevention and treatment from a world expert. Get advice from one of the leading innovators in the study of mind-body connection about cultivating a healthier mind. Hear an expert on aging explain how to keep your brain in top condition. And, discover the most important things you can do to maintain a healthy body as you grow older.

UW–Madison Faculty for Alumni College

Charles Raison
Mary Sue and Mike Shannon Chair for Healthy Minds, Children, and Families
School of Human Ecology and Department of Psychiatry

Jane Mahoney
Director, Wisconsin Alzheimer’s Institute
School of Medicine and Public Health

Gary Diffee
Chair, Department of Kinesiology
School of Education

Howard Bailey
Director, Carbone Cancer Center
School of Medicine and Public Health

Barb Bowers
Associate Dean for Research and Sponsored Programs
School of Nursing

Katie Schwartz
Fitness Coordinator
UW Health at the American Center

Cost (includes three nights’ lodging)
$845 per WAA member
$895 per nonmember
$595 per person for those who do not need lodging

Program begins June 1 at 5 p.m. and concludes June 4 at 11 a.m.

Questions? Contact Linda Grace at 608-308-5400.

The deadline to register is May 18, but space is limited!


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