Cassidy Doyle, a PhD student in the School of Aging Studies, was selected as this year’s Better Living for Seniors Hillsborough scholarship recipient. The scholarship is awarded to one local student enrolled in a post-secondary program focused on serving older adults. Better Living for Seniors Hillsborough is an organization comprised of community members and professionals who work with older adults and their caregivers with goals to build professional relationships, share information, and educate one another.
Aging studies PhD student receives Better Living for Seniors Hillsborough Scholarship
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