Organized by Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) of UNR in partnership with the UNR Interfaith Students Club, it will have Dr. Robert Krell, Emeritus Psychiatry Professor of University of British Columbia, and Holocaust survivor who was born in Netherlands. Dr. Krell has treated Holocaust survivors and their families as well as Dutch survivors of Japanese concentration camps. He founded Vancouver Holocaust Education Centre, which teaches 20,000 students annually.
This free and open to public event will be held at Joe Crowley Student Union at UNR, starting at three pm. OLLI at UNR, a diverse community of independent thinkers which serves adults over age 50, “fosters intellectual stimulation and personal development through academic pursuits”. Joe Coleman is President of its Board. UNR Interfaith Students Club, with Daniel R. Sanchez as president, aims to "cultivate social cohesion among people of different religions". UNR, founded in 1874 and which has over 18,000 students, is known for helping to create the world’s most accurate atomic clock and is home to one of the largest earthquake-simulation labs.