Video Lectures

The Potato Famine and the Coming of the Irish to America:

Ireland awoke to the beginning of the Great Hunger in 1845. Author Terence O'Leary shares the heartbreaking stories of the Irish during the five long years of the Potato Famine. While it was a time of great injustice when more than one million Irish died, it also became a tragic blessing for over one million Irish who fled to America and survived.

The Kit & Kaboodle on Kit Homes The early part of the 20th century saw an American phenomenon in housing choices made possible by a confluence of events. The automobile assembly line process in...
Michigan Rehabilitation Services in the Community: Find out how MRS can help individuals with disabilities obtain and maintain employment and how MRS can provide supports to our business community.
The Genius of Radiology From Nobel Prizes to Ablation Immunotherapy: As part of our Smart Towns collaboration, Dr. Peter Littrup of Ascension Providence Hospital, discusses the history and...
The Potato Famine and the Coming of the Irish to America: Ireland awoke to the beginning of the Great Hunger in 1845. Author Terence O'Leary shares the heartbreaking stories of the Irish during the...
Anxiety: Coping Effectively with the Lies and Scary Stories we Tell Ourselves
Hemingway's Last Good Country: Northern Michigan as He Knew It: Michigan John Cohassey will discuss his latest book about Ernest Hemingway and the famed writer's ties to northern Michigan. His first...
Expedition To Antarctica: Jim and Py Wolfe, retired educators, work as citizen ambassadors with the U.S. State Department to host delegations from Asia, the Middle East, Africa, and South America....
Suicide Prevention and Awareness Two members of the Oakland County Suicide Prevention Task Force discusses suicide awareness and prevention.