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Harvard Faculty Authors: Nancy E. Hill, Ph.D. and Alexis Redding, Ed.D.

October 25 @ 3:00 pm

 |  free

Venue

Harvard Cooperative Society (The Coop)
1400 Mass Avenue
Cambridge, MA 02138 United States

Organizer

Harvard Cooperative Society (The Coop)
Phone:
617-499-2000
Email:
info@thecoop.com
Website:
store.thecoop.com
About

Book discussion and signing.

About this event

The Harvard / MIT Coop happily announces the return of our IN-STORE Event Series.

Based upon the generous and positive feedback we have received from our favorite authors, new friends, and from our loyal customers, its time to bring back what we have missed so much……connectivity and discovery, in real life!

Note: All attendees are required to wear masks. Attendance is limited and based on a first come, first served basis unless otherwise noted.

The End of Adolescence: The Lost Art of Delaying Adulthood.

Is Gen Z resistant to growing up?

A leading developmental psychologist and an expert in the college student experience debunk this stereotype and explain how we can better support young adults as they make the transition from adolescence to the rest of their lives.

About the authors:

Nancy E. Hill, Ph.D. is a developmental psychologist and the Charles Bigelow Professor of Education at Harvard University. She is an expert in adolescent development, the transition to adulthood, and the roles of culture and context in shaping human development. She is the President of the Society for Research in Child Development and the 2019 recipient of the American Pyschological Assocaition’s Ernest R. Hilgard Award for Lifetime Contributions to Psychology.

Alexis Redding. Ed.D. is the Faculty Co-Chair of Higher Education and a lecturer at The Harvard Graduate School of Education. She is an expert on the college experience and teaches graduate courses on college student development, student affairs, and ethnography. In addition to her research and teaching, she has mentored students in both the United States and Europe for more than two decades.


		Harvard Faculty Authors: Nancy E. Hill, Ph.D. and Alexis Redding, Ed.D. image


		Harvard Faculty Authors: Nancy E. Hill, Ph.D. and Alexis Redding, Ed.D. image