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From the Editor

Posted: May 3, 2016

As yet another academic semester draws to a close, it’s time for another issue of Penn State’s Ideas for Intergenerational Living newsletter.

This issue introduces several new programs and publications. One highlight is the Intergenerational Contact Zones – A Compendium of Applications publication, posted on Penn State Extension’s website. This 14-chapter resource is intended to serve as an aid in designing spaces for intergenerational living and learning.

As always, please continue to send your news about recent research, resources, and events in the intergenerational studies field.

Best Regards,
Matt Kaplan, Ph.D.,
Professor, Intergenerational Programs and Aging
Penn State
msk15@psu.edu