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Rheta Rosen is a family sociologist and a professor emeritus at Ryerson University with an area of interest in aging and intergenerational relationships. Besides developing the continuing education Certificate in Family Life Education in 1991, she was active on the committee that created the present Certificate in Family Supports. Rheta has taught Group Dynamics and Interpersonal Communication at Ryerson University and at Ryerson’s School of Nutrition. She was the Coordinator of the Interpersonal Skills Teaching Centre and Coordinator and Director of Learning and Teaching Services at Ryerson University. She has a PhD in Sociology from York University.
This fonds contains:
F 66.1 - Reports by Rheta Rosen, 1985.
F 66-2 - Proposal for a Certificate in Family Life Education by Rheta Rosen, 1990.
F 66.3 - A Parent Education Program for Older Parents (60+): Education for Intergenerational Living by Rheta Rosen, 1993.
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