Duke Undergrads & “Overgrads” Study Intergenerational Ethics Together

Photo courtesy of Duke Magazine.

“The Millennial Perspective: Intergenerational Ethics,” a course co-taught by Duke sophomore Deepti Agnihotri and senior Rachel Gallegos, links eight undergraduate students with eight “overgraduate” students from the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute. Betsy Alden (’64) has been the course’s faculty adviser for the past eighteen years — it’s the only intergenerational course offered at Duke.

Read more in the Duke Magazine article “The House Course where Millennials and Boomers Meet.”