Kevin Brabazon

Kevin Brabazon is the main United Nations Representative for Generations United ( – which serves in an advisory capacity to the Economic and Social Council and an Associate Professor at New York University, teaching in statistics, information technology, and management science. He is a professor in intergenerational studies at Dowling College and an editor of Intergenerational Approaches in Aging: Implications for Education, Policy and Practice and author of other publications in the intergenerational and economics fields.  He was involved in developing intergenerational services at NYC Department for the Aging for several years, and a USA network of services for grandparents raising grandchildren for the Brookdale Foundation.

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December 10, 2015 in Uncategorized

Steering Toward the Omega Point: A Roundtable Discussion of Altruism, Evolution, and Spirituality

Is it possible to be spiritual and scientific at the same time?
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