Mini University sells out annual program

From top: The 2017 Mini University group poses for a photo; attendees enjoy "A Taste of Mini" dinner in Alumni Hall; two attendees select their classes; IU Jacobs School of Music Dean Gwyn Richards teaches "The Making of an Opera Season" on the stage of the Musical Arts Center; history professor Eric Sandweiss leads a group of students on a walk from campus to the courthouse square for the "Bloomington on Foot: 200 Years of Urban Change" course; and Mini University students observe lifelike medical scenarios in the "Meet the Manikins: High Fidelity Simulation for Teaching Medical and Nursing Students" course. Photos courtesy of Ann Schertz

Mini University, a weeklong learning vacation sponsored by the Indiana University Alumni Association and taught by IU Bloomington faculty, sold out for its 46th annual program.

Mini U drew educators, retirees and other lifelong learners to the heart of the IU Bloomington campus for the week of June 11 to 16, where 107 different courses were offered on topics such as urban change, 15th-century music, craft beer and more.

Next year’s Mini University will be held June 10 to 15, and those wishing to be added to the wait list can contact Amy Oakley at aoakley@iu.edu or 812-855-6120.