• Happy Holidays from the USC Davis School of Gerontology!
    Best wishes to all of our Trojan Family members and friends for a happy and safe holiday and a joyous new year!
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    In an op-ed for TheHill.com, Bank of America Merrill Lynch Global Wealth and Retirement Solutions Head Andy Sieg and USAgainstAlzheimer’s Chairman and Co-Founder George Vradenburg say “social impact investing” can fund innovation and progress in the fight against Alzheimer’s disease. [Continue Reading..]
  • New Joint Davis-Marshall Program to Educate Leaders of Senior Communities
    The USC Davis School of Gerontology and Marshall School of Business have created a new educational program to provide high-level professionals in senior housing and care the tools to shape the future of the senior living industry.
  • USC Davis Research Professor Honored by Society for Free Radical Biology & Medicine
    USC Davis School of Gerontology Research Professor Henry Forman has earned the Distinguished Service Award from the Society for Free Radical Biology & Medicine.
  • USC Davis Faculty and Student Researchers Present at GSA Meeting
    More than 50 USC Davis School of Gerontology faculty members and students presented research at the 2014 Gerontological Society of America (GSA) Annual Scientific Meeting held November 5-9 at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, D.C. From poster presentations to awards, all facets of the school’s impressive scientific investigations were on display.
  • A “Lifesaver” for USC Leonard Davis School of Gerontology Students
    Jim de Vera, student advisor for the Davis School, helps each student make the most of his or her gerontology education. He forges and maintains bonds with students that endure from before the first semester to years after graduation.
  • Kelvin Davies Honored by Asian Universities
    Professor Kelvin Davies, the James E. Birren Chair in Gerontology, Dean of Faculty and Research, and Director of the Andrus Gerontology Center at the USC Davis School of Gerontology, was recently recognized with an honorary doctorate from Guangzhou University and honorary professorships from the University of Hong Kong and Shenzhen Clinical Medical College.

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USC Davis School of Gerontology Honors Gerald A. Larue, may he rest in peace

Larue taught popular courses on death and dying for four decades, starting when he was in religious studies and continuing through his 25 years in the USC Davis School of Gerontology. The courses were cathartic for many students, especially when Larue asked them to reflect on losses they had experienced. Please Click photo to read more about his life.