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. ┬áHe 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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