Designed for counselors, educators and clergy, the course centers on educating and counseling people who have suffered from some major loss.
YA science fiction author Kat Falls talks about the course on myths and fairytales she’ll present at this year’s virtual workshop, June 15-19.
Lifelong learning runs in Talesa Allen’s family. When her dad was 67, he went back to Madison College for a technical program. At the same time, Allen, 45, headed back to the University of Wisconsin–Madison—25 …
Virnig will talk about the process of writing and publishing her first nonfiction book for children.