EduMed.org has just released its 2021 rankings, and UNC Greensboro has been named one of today’s best for online learning in Gerontology. You can view the ranking here. Read more about the announcement.
On December 13th, the Gerontology Program hosted a reception in honor of PBC and MS in Gerontology graduates from August and December. In the photo above, Dr. Elise Eifert (far left), the Gerontology Graduate Coordinator, and Dr. Rebecca Adams (far right), the Gerontology Undergraduate Coordinator, pose with the graduates that were in attendance. To view […]
Sara Bailey has been awarded the 2019 George and Beatrice Goldman Fisher Gerontology Dissertation Award for her work, The Game of I am: Enhancing Empathy and Improving Attitudes Toward Older Adults in First-Year Master’s Students Training to Become Counselors and Student Support Professionals. This award annually supports the best UNCG dissertation related to gerontology and […]
Tuesday, 2/13, 3:00-4:30, Edwards Lounge, Stone Building Are you a faculty member with interests in aging research or community-engaged scholarship focused on aging? Looking for opportunities for interdisciplinary collaborations around aging-related research, teaching or outreach? Interested faculty are invited to become a member of GROWTH, the Gerontology Research Outreach Workforce Teaching Hub, formerly the. Gerontology […]
Please join us for a GROWTH Lunch “n” Learn presentation on Thursday, January 18th, 12:30-2 pm, in UNCG’s Stone Building’s Edwards Lounge. Catherine (President of NC-AARP) and David Sevier (HHS BOV), who are adjunct faculty in Public Health at UNCG, will discuss their project, My Health Peace of Mind, which will provide individuals with tools […]
Congratulations to Ronqeiya Luther, a student currently enrolled in our MS in Gerontology program. She is the first recipient of the Nancy Edmunds Hannah Award in Gerontology. We would also like to thank the Hannah family for setting up this award to support a gerontology student such as Ronqeiya who interested in working with persons […]