David Ekerdt

Director of the Gerontology Center
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Dr. Ekerdt conducts research on the transitions of later life, including the ways that people form and act upon expectations for the future in such settings as retirement, making final arrangements, and residential moves. He has also studied retirement and undertaken studies that describe emerging ideologies of retirement. He is a sociologist with multidisciplinary experience, having worked in medical and academic settings.


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