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Rio Tate

Aging Studies student veteran receives national honor from the Pat Tillman Foundation

Rio Tate is among a prestigious group of 60 U.S. service members, veterans, and military spouses to earn this recognition.

June 28, 2022School of Aging Studies

Cassidy Doyle

Aging Studies student published by National Council on Aging

The article, "Mental Sharpness in Older Adults: Check on Your Mood Before Blaming Your Mind," provides insight on the impact mood has on mental sharpness.

June 27, 2022College News, School of Aging Studies

Lindsay Peterson, PhD

Aging Studies faculty member speaks to caregivers about disaster preparedness

Lindsay Peterson, PhD recently presented her disaster preparedness research as part of an Alzheimer’s Association webinar, “Ready Before the Storm.”

June 21, 2022College News, School of Aging Studies

Charity Lewis

Aging Studies student named McKnight Fellow

Charity Lewis, an incoming PhD student to the School of Aging Studies, received the McKnight Doctoral Fellowship.

June 10, 2022College News, School of Aging Studies

Christina Mu presents at Moffitt Cancer Center

Aging Studies PhD student gives keynote lecture at Moffitt Cancer Center conference

Representing the Sleep, Stress, and Health Lab, Mu gave a presentation titled, “Sleep Health in Nurses: Strategies for Optimizing Your Sleep.”

June 3, 2022College News, School of Aging Studies

Study participants watch music videos

Group-based music intervention effective in improving behavior of adults with dementia

Group-based interventions are particularly well suited for senior living communities, including assisted living communities.

May 17, 2022College News, School of Aging Studies

Hongdao Meng, MD, MPH, PhD

Aging Studies associate professor named GSA Fellow

Hongdao Meng, MD, MPH, PhD received Fellow status in the Gerontological Society of America for his outstanding and continuing work in the field of gerontology.

May 13, 2022College News, School of Aging Studies

Carlyn Vogel

Aging Studies doctoral candidate recognized for outstanding teaching

Aging Studies doctoral candidate Carlyn Vogel received the Provost’s Award for Outstanding Teaching by a Graduate Teaching Assistant in the Health, Medicine, and Behavioral Sciences category.

May 1, 2022College News, School of Aging Studies

Britney Veal and Cassidy Doyle receive the Wolowec Scholarship

School of Aging Studies hosts Preceptors & Awards Reception

Faculty, staff, students, and community partners were honored for their outstanding contributions to the field and to the school's success.

April 22, 2022College News, School of Aging Studies

A group of Aging Studies students, faculty, and staff gathered at the USF School of Aging Studies informational booth at the Southern Gerontological Society's Annual Meeting and Conference.

Aging Studies students and faculty present symposium as a tribute to Dr. Kathryn Hyer

The symposium featured their recent contributions to research and policy about nursing home quality and disaster preparedness.

April 11, 2022College News, School of Aging Studies

Sara Hackett presents at the 2022 Postdoc Research Symposium

Aging Studies postdoctoral research scholar wins first place at 2022 Postdoc Research Symposium

Aging Studies postdoctoral research scholar Sara Hackett won first place at the 2022 Postdoc Research Symposium.

April 1, 2022College News, School of Aging Studies

Photo of Dr. Kevin Hansen on CBCS branded background

Remembering former Aging Studies PhD student Kevin Hansen

It is with great sadness that we mourn the death of Dr. Kevin Hansen, who obtained his PhD from the School of Aging Studies in 2015 under the mentorship of Dr. Kathy Hyer.

March 14, 2022College News, School of Aging Studies

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