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Aging and innovation combine in new institute

Written by Rosemarie Zonetti '10

Last fall the Gerontology Institute celebrated the launch of the Linden Center for Creativity and Aging, which will sponsor and develop lectures, exhibits, and courses that promote creativity and the arts in the later stages of life. Multidisciplinary activities at the center provide opportunities to better understand the connection between aging and innovation.

This initiative has already yielded a student photo exhibit called Images of Aging at the Handwerker Gallery and new courses for the School of Music and the School of Business that focus on aging within these fields. The center will also create internship opportunities for students interested in aging studies.



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