Northwood Professor and Television Host Andy Rapp to Speak at OLLI Monthly Meeting

Andy Rapp
MIDLAND, MI – Northwood University Professor Andy Rapp will be speaking on Wednesday, June 12, in the Curtiss Hall Banquet rooms at Saginaw Valley State University (SVSU) where the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) monthly meeting will take place. During the meeting Professor Rapp will be presenting an overview on some of the nation’s most popular topics followed by an opportunity for attendees to share their insights and opinions.

Rapp has been the host on Channel 19’s award-winning, live talk-showCurrently Speaking for 14 years. The show focuses on a select few of the nation’s top topics that have a local impact. Listeners are always welcome to call-in and voice their opinions about the topics and Rapp’s weekly guests. Along with being a professor at Northwood, he is the forensic team’s coach.

To learn more about the event or membership, visit the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at olli@svsu.edu or contact Jo Brownlie at 989.964.4475.

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