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School of Aging Studies attends On Aging 2023

Nasreen Sadeq at On Aging Conference

Nasreen Sadeq, PhD, assistant professor of instruction, attends On Aging 2023.

Representatives of the School of Aging Studies attended the On Aging 2023 conference last week in Atlanta to share information about the school's academic programs with aging professionals. Hosted by the American Society on Aging, this year's conference focused on advancing health and well-being and featured keynote speakers, networking opportunities, workshops, and policy and advocacy programming.

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