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Professors Allison Karpyn and Elizabeth Orsega-Smith speak with Julia O'Hanlon about the role of intergenerational programming and the need for interdisciplinary expertise in designing and evaluating programs focused on aging adults.
On this episode of First State Insights, Professors Allison Karpyn and Elizabeth Orsega-Smith speak with Julia O'Hanlon, Policy Scientist at the University of Delaware's Institute for Public Administration, about the interdisciplinary partnerships supporting older Delawareans. This April 29, 2022 interview addresses the role of intergenerational programming and the need for interdisciplinary expertise in designing and evaluating programs focused on aging adults.
Dr. Karpyn is Co-Director of the Center for Research in Education and Social Policy (CRESP) and an associate professor in the Department of the Human Development and Family Sciences at the University of Delaware. She has published widely on program evaluation methods; topics related to hunger, obesity, school food, supermarket access, food insecurity, healthy corner stores; and, strategies to develop and maintain farmer's markets in low-income areas. Dr. Karpyn also has hands-on experience working with community-based agencies and institutions, including non-profit organizations and retailers, to implement and study-specific approaches to increase access to high-quality food in low-income communities.
Dr. Orsega-Smith is an associate professor in the Department of Behavioral Health & Nutrition at the University of Delaware. Her research program focuses on the psychosocial determinants of health, with a specific interest in physical activity in older adults. Additionally, her service has involved intergenerational programming to connect grandchildren with their grandparents to improve both fitness and health and the relationship between the two generations.
As a Policy Scientist at the Institute for Public Administration (IPA), Julia O'Hanlon leads research and public service programs focused on health policy, including an ongoing focus on senior center programming and aging in place.
Opening and closing music: "I Dunno" by Grapes, used under Creative Commons 3.0 License.
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