Nine hours of General Assembly (GA) programming in Salt Lake City was dedicated to Unitarian Universalist (UU) University. Six tracks of widely different programming were offered.
Each track was developed and led by some of the top leaders in our Association and provided opportunities for in-depth exploration of each topic. Reflection, activities, and methods to engage many different learning styles were used to assure that the programs spoke to GA participants of all ages, with all levels of experience of Unitarian Universalism, and from congregations of all sizes.
Each track is developing a Materials and Resources page to help the conversation and learning continue through out the next year.
For more information contact uuuniversity @ uua.org.
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Last updated on Thursday, April 5, 2012.
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