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Kaleidoscope [Spring 2004]
University of Minnesota: College of Human Ecology (University of Minnesota: College of Human Ecology, 2004)

Kaleidoscope [Spring 2004]

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University of Minnesota: College of Human Ecology

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The stories in this issue show just how wide-ranging and important our work is when it comes to development across the life span. You’ll read about professor Bill Doherty, who is spearheading a project to help kids and families reconnect in the face of growing “time famine.” You’ll also read about three of our faculty whose scientific research ultimately will improve the fit of all kinds of apparel for everyone. In other stories, you’ll learn how CHE people are supplying the knowledge, creativity, and leadership needed to improve support for people living with disabilities, help male survivors of sexual abuse, improve healthy eating at different life stages, and address the issue of financial security later in life. These are just a few examples of the exciting work being done by CHE faculty, staff, students, and alums to improve knowledge of “life span issues”—and to apply that knowledge to make a positive difference in people’s lives.

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Kaleidoscope is published twice a year by the College of Human Ecology (CHE) for alumni, faculty, staff, students, and friends of the college.

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University of Minnesota: College of Human Ecology. (2004). Kaleidoscope [Spring 2004]. University of Minnesota: College of Human Ecology. Retrieved from the University of Minnesota Digital Conservancy,

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