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   Provost Lecture Series 

Tuesday, November 17
   4:30 pm, Wang Center, Lecture Hall 2

  Paul M. Artin, MSW 

Social Action in Suburbia: Post World War II Long Island as a Case Study 

Paul Arfin  has served as executive director for Long Island nonprofit organizations since 1967. He was a Peace Corps Volunteer in Colombia during JFK’s presidency. During his Long Island career, Paul Arfin founded Suffolk County’s first youth center; established Long Island’s first interpersonal dispute resolution center; and its first corporate-supported intergenerational day care centers.  Arfin served as president of the New York State Adult Day Services Association and is a recipient of the Association’s Pioneer Award. He was inducted into the Long Island Volunteer Hall of Fame and received an An Art of Caring Award from former Governor George Pataki. He was also recognized by the Long Island Business Partnership with a Sixty-over-Sixty award for his community service. Arfin founded Intergenerational Strategies, the intergenerational studies center at Dowling College, and Long Island chapter of the Social Enterprise Alliance. In addition, he assisted the Family Service League and Family and Children’s Association in establishing HomeShare Long Island, matching older adult homeowners with people needing affordable housing. He also served as New York State coordinator for Generations United’s Seniors4Kids. Over the years, Arfin has written numerous articles published in Newsday and The New York Times on family, aging, and intergenerational and social enterprise issues.

Co-sponsors:  Department of History, Department of Sociology

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