Term 1
This term ran from Monday February 5 to Thursday March 29.

Term 2
This term ran from Monday April 30 to Friday June 29.

Term 3
This term ran from Monday July 23 to Friday September 21.

Term 4    (current term)
This term runs from Monday October 15 to Friday December 7.

• For all courses and activities, you will need to enrol on-line. To do this, download
and read the instructions document, then follow the procedure detailed in the
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These talks are open to the general public and admission is by gold coin donation. However please phone, in advance, on 9817 7736, to ensure adequate seating arrangements.
The views expressed by the presenter in these sessions and by tutors in all classes are their own views and not the official views of U3A Deepdene. Our aim is to encourage the exploration of ideas, in a relatively free environment.
To view and/or download this information as an A4-size flier, please click here.
The following talks will take place every Thursday during Term 1 (2018) from 12noon to 1:15pm.

18/10/2018Professor Richard Larkins, AO, Chancellor of LaTrobe University
The future of Australian universities

25/10/2018Kirsten Sayers, CEO RedR Australia
Humanitarian action before,
during and after crises and conflict

01/11/2018Amanda Donohoe, CEO, Servants Housing
Falling through the cracks;
housing people living on the edge

08/11/2018Nick Cater, Executive Director,Menzies Research Centre
Let’s face it: recycling is a load of old rubbish!

15/11/2018Professor Judith Smart, RMIT University
World War I on the home front:
the City of Melbourne 1914–1918

22/11/2018Professor Graeme Davison, AO, Monash University
Australia Day – What’s the problem?

29/11/2018Hon. Ted Baillieu, former Premier of Victoria
Politics is a tough business –
you have to roll with the punches in this game

06/12/2018John Silvester, crime journalist
We don’t live in fear!


Our program guide features a separate section devoted to Visits & Outings offered during term 4 of 2018 and the holiday break which will follow.
See the relevant section of our 2018 guide for other courses and activities


Science Special – 17/10/2018