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Soomi Lee

Study: Older adults engage in less diverse day-to-day activities, which are important for healthy aging

Soomi Lee, PhD examined differences in activity diversity between cohorts of adults decades apart.

April 6, 2023College News, School of Aging Studies

Kathy Black

Aging studies professor discusses age-friendly communities on GSA podcast

Kathy Black, PhD spoke about her recent article, "Assessing Age-Friendly Community Progress: What Have We Learned?"

April 5, 2023College News, School of Aging Studies

Nasreen Sadeq at On Aging Conference

School of Aging Studies 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.

March 31, 2023College News, School of Aging Studies

Riaan van Zyl, Sara Hackett, Ernest Gonzales

School of Aging Studies continues its distinguished lecture series

Ernest Gonzales, PhD, MSSW presented as part of the USF School of Aging Studies and Florida Policy and Exchange Center on Aging Distinguished Lecture Series.

March 27, 2023College News, School of Aging Studies

Lindsay Peterson

Aging studies researcher featured at Women Conquer ALZ event

Lindsay Peterson, PhD was one of five women researchers who participated in the event on International Women’s Day.

March 9, 2023College News, School of Aging Studies

GSA Public Policy & Aging Report publication screenshot

School of Aging Studies research featured in Public Policy & Aging Report

The article describes the 30-year history of policy research in the USF School of Aging Studies.

March 6, 2023School of Aging Studies

Jung Kwak

School of Aging Studies alumna returns as distinguished lecturer

Jung Kwak, PhD, MSW, FGSA visited USF to present “Integrating Social Care and Caregiver Support in Hospital Settings.”

February 24, 2023College News, School of Aging Studies

Hongdao Meng

Aging studies associate professor awarded by Florida High Tech Corridor

Hongdao Meng, MD, PhD, MPH has been selected to receive $25,000 from The Corridor Early-Stage Innovation Fund.

February 24, 2023College News, School of Aging Studies

Debra Dobbs and Jim Nelson

Gerontological Society of America leaders share the importance of professional societies

James Appleby, CEO, and Jim Nelson, president, of the Gerontological Society of America visited faculty and doctoral students in the USF School of Aging Studies.

February 20, 2023College News, School of Aging Studies

CBCS honorees

CBCS employees celebrated for reaching career milestones at USF

Faculty and staff from across the college gathered in the MHC Atrium to celebrate those who have reached significant milestones in their career at USF.

February 20, 2023College News, School of Aging Studies

Christina Dillahunt-Aspillaga and Debra Dobbs

CBCS researchers awarded travel grants

These grants support USF faculty to attend major international professional meetings and conferences and give keynote speeches, plenary presentations, or performances.

February 20, 2023Child and Family Studies, College News, School of Aging Studies

SAS students speak with admin and residents of Unisen Senior Living

Aging studies students tour retirement community

Students studying aging sciences and long term care toured Unisen Senior Living to learn more about living and working at the facility.

February 9, 2023College News, School of Aging Studies

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