Live where lifelong learning means something different
Inspired by Lasell University, and sharing its campus, the founders of Lasell Village envisioned it to be a place where the pursuit of lifelong learning is central to the lifestyle. Living here, residents discover a diverse group of open-minded individuals who share the belief that learning is more than an activity—it is a way of being.
.On Thursday, January 28 at 11 a.m, we have the honor of participating in a webinar with GBH News, Boston’s Museum of Science, and Lasell University:
“Following the Facts: How Science Helps Keep Communities Safe in the Age of COVID-19,” will feature local experts including Arun Rath, NPR reporter and host of GBH’s In It Together, Tim Ritchie, President of the Museum of Science, and Lasell Village President Anne Doyle. Lasell University President Michael Alexander will host and moderate the panel discussion.
The panel will explore each organization’s efforts to engage diverse constituencies with clear scientific information in the midst of a pandemic. Discussion will include how these communities have adapted to the ever evolving challenges posed by COVID-19.
Please register and join us for this timely opportunity to hear from local leaders in science and communication, and to learn more about the University and Village efforts throughout the pandemic.
Lasell Village was the nation’s first senior living community to require each resident to commit to a goal-oriented program of education, elevating the importance of lifelong learning to a new level. At Lasell Village, a life of learning is supported by amenities and services, balanced by cultural and social opportunities, secured by a focus on wellness and located within a lovely village setting that is close to the attractions of downtown Boston.
Video: What Makes Lasell Village So Special?
Lasell Village President Anne Doyle talks about the unique qualities of our residents and our community.