The Association for Gerontology in Higher Education will present awards to Dean Pinchas Cohen and Professor Elizabeth Zelinski at the organization’s upcoming annual meeting.
Archive: January 2016
Students from across California showcased innovative design solutions to problems faced by older adults, persons with disabilities, and others during this year’s Morton Kesten Universal Design Competition.
Scientific American spoke to Eileen Crimmins about how the risk of cognitive decline shows a surprising drop in some countries.
Professor Emeritus James E. “Jim” Birren, the founding dean of the USC Leonard Davis School of Gerontology and an aging research pioneer considered by many to be the father of modern gerontology, passed away on January 15, 2016 at the age of 97.
Ten $3000 scholarships will be available to qualified USC applicants for the new Psychology of Aging course in Herzliya, Israel.
The course, which will start in May and be taught by USC psychology of aging expert Mara Mather, is the first of a set of programs created by the Davis School and IDC Herzliya.