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Ph.D. Student In Sociology and Gerontology

Purdue University


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Purdue University


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Association for Gerontology in Higher Education - The Educational Unit of The Gerontological Society of America

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Ms. Tetyana Pylypiv ShippeePurdue University


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Tetyana Shippee, a Ph.D. student in sociology and gerontology at Purdue, has attended the Life Course symposium each year she's been at the school and said she always learns something new.This year she's especially interested in the discussion about how people's relationships change later in life."With the baby boomers' generation, this area I'm in is very much in need.There's going to be continued growth in the number of people 65 and older," Shippee said.


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Tetyana Pylypiv, a Purdue graduate student from Ivano-Frankivsk, Ukraine, shops at Westminster Village's weekly flea market with residents Carolyn Risk (standing right), Edna McGinnis (standing left) and Kathryn Harmon (seated).
Pylypiv, who will start her dual-title doctorate in the fall in gerontology and sociology after she completes her master's degree, lives in the local retirement facility as part of Purdue's Bridge Program. This is just one of the programs that students in the Gerontology Program can participate in to work directly with older adults. Pylypiv is studying the transition older adults make in retirement and assisted living facilities.


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