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Jennifer Sasser Speaks at Aging Workshop

Jennifer Sasser, human sciences chair, spoke about aging with grace at a workshop presented by the American Association of Retired Persons on October 25 in Lake Oswego, Oregon.

The event, When I get Old: Decline, Loss, Grace and Transformation, combined storytelling and discussion among attendees asking, What does old age hold for us or our aging loved ones? Loss? decline? Or grace and transformation?

The event was part of an AARP workshop series, From Surviving to Thriving: Navigating Aging and Family Caregiving, in which local experts provide information and tools to help individuals and their loved ones navigate the aging and caregiving journey and remain independent as long as possible.

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October 24, 2014 – October 26, 2014

Alumni Reunion 2014

Save the date for 2014 Marylhurst Alumni Reunion. For more information, contact Kelly Ann Chee, Office of Alumni Relations, at 503.534.4059 or alu...

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Guest Seminar: The Transforming Power of Lifelong Connections

Marylhurst professor Greg Crosby will present a one-day seminar that explores our five connections: physiological, psychological, social, environme...

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Music in the Woods: 45th Parallel

An afternoon of chamber music performed by 45th Parallel, featuring some of the most exciting musicians of the Pacific Northwest. The program, “V...

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