October 23, 2014
 

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Newman Generations Together For 25 years, Generations Together (GT) was an intergenerational program within the University Center for Social and Urban Research (UCSUR) at the University of Pittsburgh that offered the following services locally, nationally and internationally.  It developed and supervised intergenerational programs, provided training for professional staff and volunteers, and created and published materials for program development and maintenance.

Though the program development component of GT no longer exists, the print and media materials are still available for purchase through a publication catalog.  Please see the last page of the catalog for order form and instructions.

Additionally, GT still offers the online course, Introduction to Intergenerational Programs, for academic and continuing education credits.  The course is scheduled for the fall semester(s) as a collaborative initiative between the University of Pittsburgh School of Social Work and George Mason University School of Social Work.

We would also like to introduce the Journal of Intergenerational Relationships.  This journal is the forum for scholars, practitioners, policy makers, educators, and advocates to stay abreast of the latest research, practice methods and policy initiatives.  This is the only journal focusing on the intergenerational field integrating practical, theoretical, empirical and policy perspectives.

Important Links

Intergenerational Publications Catalog
Intergenerational
Publications Catalog
2013
Intergenerational Publications Catalog
Introduction to
Intergenerational Programs
Journal of Intergenerational Relationships
Journal of Intergenerational Relationships

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