Let’s Enrich Tomorrow.
Enrich your tomorrow by being involved in the life of your community college.
Enjoy programs monthly during the school year as part of Life Enrichment, an educational, entertaining, and cultural program tailored to today’s busy lifestyles.
Life Enrichment is for area adults and meets the first Tuesday of every month in conjunction with the school year. A light breakfast is served at 8:30 a.m. on these regular meeting dates and the program begins at 9 a.m. Meetings are open to everyone and there is no charge to attend. Those who attend regularly are encouraged to register so they receive monthly newsletters announcing the programs. To register as a Life Enrichment member, please click here.
Speakers present on a broad range of topics – from history to modern technology and art to science – and past performers have included singers, storytellers, dancers, and actors.
Tuesday, April 2 Meeting
Join us for coffee at 8:30 a.m. in the Hubbard Welcome Center, Clifford/Stone Community Room
9 - 9:45 a.m. - Joe Stumpe, editor of The Active Age, will talk about Wichita’s history and his book, “Wicked Wichita.”
9:45 - 10 a.m. - Break
10 - 11 a.m. - Dr. Barry Bradford, associate professor of animal sciences and industry from Kansas State University’s Presidential Lecture Series, will present “Technology in Animal Agriculture: Frankenfoods or Solution to Hunger?” A wide range of technologies, including pharmaceuticals, recombinant proteins, assisted reproductive techniques, modern genetics, and probiotics are used to improve production efficiencies in animal agriculture. A number of these technologies raise concerns among consumers, yet few understand the issues involved. This presentation will discuss the logical framework that is used to evaluate technologies for use in animal agriculture, the regulatory process by which new technologies are evaluated and the tradeoffs between very broad or very limited use of such technologies.