Students, faculty and alumni moderate panels at Active Aging Symposium

Students, faculty and alumni from the Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences, the School of Medicine and the Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing moderated panels at the Active Aging Symposium Oct. 1.

Nearly 250 people attended the Active Aging Symposium to talk about the aging workforce, the impact of global aging, redefining retirement and civic engagement among senior volunteers.

Participants arrived for a full day to attend breakout sessions and hear academics talk about their theories on why active aging is part of a growing global movement.

Graduate students, faculty from the Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences and experts from around the country moderated sessions attended by students, university alumni, business consultants, social workers and professors from schools across campus.

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