Ithaca College is honored to welcome pianist Terry Waldo to campus for a three-day residency culminating in a public performance at 8pm on Tuesday, September 14th in the Hoerner Theatre in Dillingham Center. There is no charge for this performance and seating is by general admission.
Results from a recent online survey show that attendees of the fall 2009 Gerontology conference, Creativity and Aging: Exploring Community Initiatives, found the conference to be of great value to them, both professionally and personally. Written responses show a high level of appreciation for the conference information. Not only did the conference reinforce the need for additional...
The Linden Center for Creativity and Aging announces the release of a lecture by Dr. Gene Cohen, presented as the keynote address at the Fall Conference on Creativity and Aging, October 1, 2009, in partnership with the Gerontology Institute, at Ithaca College. As the aging trend in the United States has come to the forefront of discussion, this topic carries significance for educators,...
What is the nature of creative thought? What role does collaboration play? How does innovation evolve across the life span? Vera John-Steiner—international authority on creativity and presidential professor of linguistics and education at the University of New Mexico—will provide insight to these questions when she visits Ithaca College...
Gene D. Cohen, M.D., Ph.D Obituary
written by Alex Cohen
Dr. Gene D. Cohen, 65, geriatric psychiatrist and health care pioneer, died peacefully at his Kensington, MD home surrounded by his loving family and friends after a brave, 14 year fight against prostate cancer.
Dr. Cohen's professional career was dedicated to the field of aging and geriatrics long before...