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Group photo of the Student Association for Aging Studies at the 2022 Walk to End Alzheimer’s.

Aging studies students participate in 2022 Walk to End Alzheimer’s

The Student Association for Aging Studies teamed up with other campus organizations to raise funds and awareness.

October 26, 2022College News, School of Aging Studies

Carly Vogel defends her dissertation

Carlyn Vogel successfully defends dissertation

Vogel's dissertation is titled, "Assisted Living Administrators’ Perspectives of How COVID-19 Affected Direct Care Staff."

October 25, 2022School of Aging Studies

Aziz Rehman

STEALTH Lab research assistant receives award to present at GSA conference

Aziz Rehman will present his research at the Gerontological Society of America (GSA) Conference this November.

October 9, 2022College News, School of Aging Studies

Debra Dobbs

Aging studies associate professor joins Dementia Palliative Care Clinical Trials Training Program

This program provides a foundation in practical aspects involving the design and conduct of randomized clinical trials in dementia palliative care.

October 9, 2022College News, School of Aging Studies

Christina Mu

Aging studies student recognized for research excellence

Christina Mu received the Ruth L. Kirschstein National Research Service Award Predoctoral Fellowship to Promote Diversity in Health-Related Research.

October 9, 2022College News, School of Aging Studies

Riann van Zyl, PhD speaks at 2022 Welcome Back Reception

Aging Studies kicks off new academic year with Welcome Back Reception

Riaan van Zyl, PhD; Bill Haley, PhD; and Howard Goldstein, PhD highlighted some of the accomplishments of the school's students and faculty over the past year.

September 23, 2022School of Aging Studies

Kathy Black, PhD

Ask the experts: Aging Studies professor shares advice on retirement

Kathy Black, PhD explores the financial factors older adults should take into consideration when deciding where to retire.

September 12, 2022School of Aging Studies

Monica Nelson

Aging studies student receives grant for dementia research

Monica Nelson has received the Ruth L. Kirschstein Predoctoral Individual National Research Service Award.

September 12, 2022College News, School of Aging Studies

Brent Small, PhD speaks at Karolinska Institutet

Aging studies professor speaks at conference in Sweden

The presentation by aging studies professor Brent Small, PhD reviewed research on early changes in memory performance associated with Alzheimer’s disease.

September 2, 2022College News, School of Aging Studies

School of Aging Studies at Florida Conference on Aging

Students and faculty represent School of Aging Studies at Florida Conference on Aging

They shared updates on their latest research, including using apps to help assisted living residents stay connected and music therapy interventions.

August 29, 2022College News, School of Aging Studies

Nicole Coppage, Jocelyn Jarvis, and Brooke Haney

CBCS students named Office of Graduate Studies Fellows

Multiple CBCS students were selected as fellowship recipients for the 2022-2023 academic year by the Office of Graduate Studies.

August 29, 2022College News, Criminology, School of Aging Studies, School of Social Work

Kathy Black, PhD, MPH; Howard Goldstein, PhD; Micah Johnson, PhD; Marilyn Stern, PhD

CBCS faculty members recognized with USF Outstanding Research Achievement Awards

Kathy Black, PhD, MPH; Howard Goldstein, PhD; Micah Johnson, PhD; and Marilyn Stern, PhD are among the 26 awardees from across the university.

August 26, 2022Child and Family Studies, College News, Communication Sciences and Disorders, Mental Health Law and Policy, School of Aging Studies

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