We are an interdisciplinary research center that guides schools, health and social services programs
Associate Professor Nicole Hassoun joins institute as co-director, will discuss global health initiatives on March 1.
Developing new methods and models to enhance the quality of life of older adults and their caregivers
Supporting educational opportunities to sustain the quality of life for children, families and communities
We develop cutting-edge, interdisciplinary research to support a lifetime of justice and well-being for people. IMS works for social equity, promotes multicultural and intergenerational perspectives, and recognizes the strengths and value of diversity.
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We utilize University resources and knowledge from several academic disciplines, including:
- Human development
- Social work
We foster rich collaboration to exchange innovative multigenerational theory and practice to better understand the needs of our partners, including:
- School systems
- Social services organizations
Over the last 12 months, The Centers' productivity comes from our members, partners, and collaborators by reflecting on expanding research in multi-generational practice.