Trips & Special Lectures
OLLI at USCB offers, each semester, a variety of travel opportunities, ranging from
one-day motorcoach trips within a few hours of the University to international adventures
with Road Scholar. These trips are open only to current OLLI at USCB members on a
first-come, first-served basis. Note that trip fees are non-refundable after a specified
date, unless a substitute is available on a waiting list.
SUMMER 2019 REGISTRATION BEGINS MAY 6, 2019
A TASTE OF SERG
Thursday, May 9
1 p.m. - 3 p.m.
USCB Hilton Head Island campus (registration is now open for this course)
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OLLI Members Only; No Guest Passes for this event ... SERG Restaurant Group is known for creating memorable and exceptional dining experiences. These experiences are fueled by the creative and talented Culinary teams in our restaurants. Join some of our finest chefs as they cover a variety of topics that will enhance your knowledge of different cooking techniques and tantalize your taste buds with samples of the items they prepare. Chef Orchid will focus on grilling while Chef Andy shares some of his most trusted crowd pleasing recipes. Chef Chris Carge will tell you all about local oysters and how to prepare them and Chef Logan McManus will demonstrate sushi rolling techniques and share some rolls you can try at home!
Kayak with the Author
Sunday, May 19
11 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Yemassee, SC (directions to be provided to those who have registered closer to the date)
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Elizabeth Cobbs, New York Times Best Seller, author of her yet to be released book
“The Tubman Command” will share her insight on Harriet Tubman and her time in the
Lowcountry. We will paddle the Combahee River, as did Harriet Tubman, to get a sense
of what she encounters while freeing slaves. Beaufort Kayak Tours will supply the
instructors, kayaks, paddles, PFDs and a copy of the “The Tubman Command”, with an
opportunity for Dr. Cobbs to personalize your copy.
Dr. Elizabeth Cobbs received her PH. D, from Stanford University, holds the Melberm G. Glasscock Chair at A and M University and Senior Fellow at Stanford’s Hoover Institution. Her expertise on American History, World History and U.S. Foreign Relations is widely respected and often quoted.
R.I.C.E. – STRATEGIES FOR COMMUNITY-DRIVEN SEA TURTLE CONSERVATION AND RESILIENCE
Monday, July 8
10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
South Carolina Aquarium
Cost: $40 Includes: Aquarium entrance fee, bus ride and gratuity
Through the lens of sea turtle conservation, the South Carolina Aquarium’s Resilience Initiative for Coastal Education (R.I.C.E.) empowers local individuals and communities to cooperatively and proactively mitigate environmental concerns like marine debris and sea level rise. Advanced technology, such as the Anecdata citizen science portal and a cutting-edge 3-D coastal inundation model, is being leveraged to facilitate strategic partnerships and effect resilience-building actions throughout our state. Join us for a deeper dive into our collaborative strategies to foster positive change in our shared natural world.