Well, It’s About Time – Part II

Well, It’s About Time – Part II
6 sessions • 12 hours

What is time? Although we experience it, use it, and depend on it, we rarely consider exactly what it is. Explore the true nature of time; from the scientific, to the cosmological, to the human experience and point of view. Following up the concepts from Part I of this series last fall, Bob continues the exploration of time. While part one is not a prerequisite, it will be helpful in discussing the topics raised in this continuation class.

Instructor: Robert Rubock
Bob graduated with a BS in Electrical Engineering from Rensselaer and an MSEE from the University of Connecticut. He began his career in electronic warfare at United Aircraft but eventually turned to design of spacecraft for humanitarian purposes at NASA. Bob likes to say; “Engineering made the dough, Cosmology makes me go.” His courses require no math or formal scientific training, but a good sense of humor is mandatory. Bob believes that starting a class with good jokes improves the learning process. Bob’s other passion is rock climbing, having traveled around the U.S. and Europe in its pursuit.

Well, It’s About Time – Part II
ILR416 • 5-Digit Number: 19313
Mondays • 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. • 3/30 – 5/4
Visual & Performing Arts Center (F Building) • Room F106
Tuition: $32 | Fee: $104 | Total: $136
MD residents age 60+ pay fee only