U of M joins Global Network of Age-Friendly Universities

Right now, unlike any other point in our history, the number of older people is greater than the number of children in Minnesota. This demographic reality is here to stay for quite a while, and it will impact all sectors of work. As they transition into retirement, older adults and the Baby Boom Generation bring vast experience in innovation, creativity, and leadership. The University of Minnesota has chosen to purposefully engage them as we strive to improve our University and communities. The University of Minnesota Twin Cities is proud to be the first institution for higher learning in Minnesota to enroll in the Global Network of Age-Friendly Universities.

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