The Institute for Generational Research and Education is a 501(c)(3) dedicated to enhancing the understanding and capacity of individuals and organizations to work effectively across generations.
The Institute was born out of The Gen Z Hub with the aim to focus on fostering intergenerational understanding and engagement. We provide information, training, and resources on how to connect and collaborate across generations in schools, in colleges and universities, in the workplace, in communities, in the military, and at home. We offer information about original research findings, resources including publications and videos, a podcast, TEDx talk, courses and certificates, press interviews, and information on speaking inquiries.
Meet the Experts
Dr. Corey Seemiller and Dr. Meghan Grace have been studying Generation Z since 2013, with their first research study taking place in 2014. They have since conducted four studies, including one global study, and have written four books, along with several other publications.
Dr. Corey Seemiller is an award-winning professor in the Department of Leadership Studies in Education and Organizations at Wright State University in Dayton, Ohio.
Dr. Meghan Grace is a consultant at Plaid, LLC., where she specializes in research and assessment, curriculum and program development, and organizational development and strategy.