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Social Integration and Residence in the Pathways to Life Quality Study
A Faculty Development Colloquium by Mary Ann Erickson, gerontology
Tuesday, March 25
12:10-1:00 pm
Clark Lounge

Moving to a new type of housing arrangement can entail changes in our social relationships. Using data from a longitudinal study of older adults in Tompkins County, Mary Ann Erickson has looked at the relationship between social activities such as volunteering and club membership and the housing of older adults.

This presentation is part of the Faculty Development Colloquium Series sponsored by the Faculty Development Committee and the Office of the Provost and coordinated by Susanne Morgan.

Please bring lunch if you wish; cookies and beverages are provided. Even if you need to arrive late or leave early, you are welcome.

Additional scheduled events include:
Faculty Portfolios
Granger Macy and Bill Tastle, business
Thursday, April 3, 12:10-1:00 pm, Clark Lounge

"Back from Baghdad: What Sanctions and War Are Doing to the People of Iraq"
Maura Stephens, college relations
Tuesday, April 8, 12:10-1:00 pm, Clark Lounge

What Erases the Coast: a Poetry Reading
Sarah Jefferis, English and writing
Thursday, April 10, 12:10-1:00 pm, Clark Lounge

Algerís Grandsons Take Technical Writing: The American Success Story and Urban Technical School Training
Rick Anderson, writing
Thursday, April 24, 12:10-1:00 pm, Clark Lounge

Chinese Dissident Poets Bei Dao and Yi Ping
Paul Hamill, academic funding
Tuesday, April 29, 12:10-1:00 pm, Clark Lounge

Suggestions of additional programs are welcome: send to Susanne Morgan.

Contributed by Susanne Morgan, Coordinator of Faculty Development Activities

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