David Burdick, PhD, is Associate Professor of Psychology and Coordinator of Gerontology at the Richard Stockton College of New Jersey. He received his BA in psychology and environmental studies from Alfred University (1977), his master's (1980) and doctoral (1983) degrees in geropsychology from the University of Notre Dame, and was a Postdoctoral Fellow in Applied Gerontology with the Gerontological Society of America (1984). He is a Fellow of the Association for Gerontology in Higher Education (AGHE), a former member of AGHE's Executive committee, and an active member of several AGHE committees. Dr. Burdick is also a Fellow of the Gerontological Society of America (GSA) and Co-convener of GSA-TAG (Formal Interest Group on Technology and Aging). He serves on the editorial board of the Intergenerational Programming Quarterly and co-directs Stockton's Democracy Dialogues Project funded by AAC&U, designed to improve community engagement among students and faculty at the college. Dr. Burdick has taught a course on aging and technology since 1987.
Sunkyo Kwon, PhD, is Director of the Applied Gerontology Graduate Program at Sookmyung University, Seoul, South Korea. He has been involved in numerous ventures related to information and communication technology, both in professional service and gerontological research. He earned bachelor's degrees at Yonsei University (Republic of Korea), and the University of Maryland; a Dipl-Psych at the Institute of Psychology, Technical University Berlin; and a doctorate degree at the Free University Berlin. Dr. Kwon has held multiple research positions at the Free University Berlin, at the Humboldt University Berlin Department of Geriatrics Research and Institute for Rehabilitation Sciences, and at the Institute for Health Sciences/Public Health, Technical University Berlin. He also served a three-year term as research consultant (qualitative and quantitative methods) at the Berlin Center of Public Health, an organization affiliated and supported by Berlin's three comprehensive universities (Free University Berlin, Humboldt University Berlin, Technical University Berlin). He is current co-convener of the GSA-TAG (Formal Interest Group on Technology and Aging).