Inaugural Age-Friendly Universities Conference-Engaging Ageing-November2nd/3rd 2015

March 18, 2015

DCU Announces Inaugural Age-Friendly Universities Conference – Engaging Ageing – November 2nd/3rd 2015

for more information contact: www.dcu.ie/agefriendly/engaging.shtml

In collaboration with our international partners, Arizona State University and Strathclyde University DCU are hosting the first international age friendly universities conference on November 2nd and 3rd arising from a wish to promote and develop the concept of the Age Friendly University particularly in the following areas:

Resarch and innovation;

Education and outreach;

Learner and community involvement;

Work and Enterprise.

DCU invite proposals for papers to be presented during this conference.  These papers should be linked with the major themes of the conference however proposal ideas that extend beyond these thematic areas will also be considered.  They will also consider proposals for, workshops/interactive sessions, and posters/exhibits.

Proposals from academics, policy makers, non-governmental organisations and civic society are most welcomed. An abstract of maximum 200 words should reach Prof. Mark Mogan not later than May 11th and should indicate the name of and affiliation of the proposer as well as an overview of the content.  Abstracts will be sent for review by a panel of referees and the decision will be conveyed to the proposer by mid-July. A fuller version of the accepted papers will be expected one month before the conference.  Consideration will be given to publication of the conference proceedings including accepted papers .

for more information contact: www.dcu.ie/agefriendly/engaging.shtml

Acadmic Director:

Mark Morgan

Cregan Prof.  Education and Psychology

Room DG16, Bea Orpen Building

Dublin City University



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