COURSES FOR SPRING 2019

Science and Government

Mondays February 4 – May 6, 2019, 6:30-8:30 p.m., Brown-Erlanger Presidential Room, 21 W. Park Row, Clinton, NY with AHI Resident Fellow Dr. David Frisk
The course will focus on the complex web of relations between science and American government. “Science and Government” will begin by considering the nature of scientific research and knowledge and the federal government’s long-standing role in fostering its development. The rest of the semester will examine several major policy areas that are strongly influenced by science. Teacher credit is available. High school and college students are welcome. Books and other required readings will be provided free of charge.

Due to the popularity of our courses, advance signup is required for planning purposes. To register or for more information, please contact Dr. Frisk (dfrisk@theahi.org, 315-381-3335) or AHI President Dr. Robert Paquette (315-292-2267). MORE INFO >>

COURSES FOR FALL 2018

Liberty: The History of an Idea

Mondays September 10 – December 10, 2018, 6:30-8:30 p.m., Brown-Erlanger Presidential Room, 21 W. Park Row, Clinton, NY with AHI Resident Fellow Dr. David Frisk
The course will focus on how the idea of freedom developed and grew stronger over the centuries, what it means today, and some of the ways in which our society has tried to strike a balance between freedom and other principles. Teacher credit is available. High school and college students are also welcome.  Books and other required readings as well as snacks and refreshments will be provided free of charge. MORE INFO >>

COURSES FOR SPRING 2018

Franklin Delano Roosevelt and Ronald Reagan: The Making of an American Century

Mondays January 29 – May 7, 2018, 6:30-8:30 p.m., Brown-Erlanger Presidential Room, 21 W. Park Row, Clinton, NY with AHI Resident Fellow Dr. David Frisk
The course will focus on each president separately, giving approximately equal attention to their domestic policy and foreign policy achievements. Each class session will begin with a lecture and proceed to a discussion. Teacher credit is available. High school and college students are also welcome.  Books and other required readings as well as snacks and refreshments will be provided free of charge.

Dr. Frisk:  “As always in our classes, no particular viewpoint will be pushed and major controversies about the subject matter will be duly considered. Discussion in our classes is always lively, diverse, and informative—just as we want it.” MORE INFO >>

VIDEO LECTURE NO.1: AHI Spring 2018 Continuing Ed Course “FDR and Ronald Reagan”

VIDEO LECTURE NO. 2: AHI Spring 2018 Continuing Ed Course “FDR and Ronald Reagan”

VIDEO LECTURE NO. 3: AHI Spring 2018 Continuing Ed Course “FDR and Ronald Reagan”

VIDEO LECTURE NO. 4: AHI Spring 2018 Continuing Ed Course “FDR and Ronald Reagan”

VIDEO LECTURE NO. 5: AHI Spring 2018 Continuing Ed Course “FDR and Ronald Reagan”

VIDEO LECTURE NO. 6: AHI Spring 2018 Continuing Ed Course “FDR and Ronald Reagan”

VIDEO LECTURE NO. 7: AHI Spring 2018 Continuing Ed Course “FDR and Ronald Reagan”

Podcasts of the lectures are also available below.

AUDIO LECTURE NO. 3

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AUDIO LECTURE NO. 7