| ACADEMICS | Centers & Institutes | Intergenerational Urban Institute
An Older Student shares her remarkable story.
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We proudly run the Garden for All Ages.
Our Empty Bowl event raises funds to fight hunger.
For more than 20 years, the Intergenerational Urban Institute at Worcester State University has been providing community service opportunities for students of all ages to meet the challenges that face greater Worcester. We are the outreach arm of the Urban Studies Department, and we invite you to participate in IUI programs through Urban Studies practicums or as volunteers.
Through IUI programs, you can:
We also bring community members to campus:
The IUI works closely with the Urban Studies Department, including the Non-Profit Management graduate program, to conduct community projects, meetings, and programs. In fact, many Urban Studies courses have launched IUI programs, community forums, and events.
Order your copy of alumna Thea Aschkenase's memoir “Remembering: A Holocaust Survivor Shares Her Life”—a heartfelt recollection of her internment at Auschwitz, rebuilding her life as a Holocaust survivor, and her experiences at WSU—online today. (Contact us for information on placing bulk orders.)