Gerontology education programs are uniquely suited to address the challenges emphasized by COVID-19 and to anticipate future areas to focus on, write Senior Associate Dean Maria Henke and Dean Pinchas Cohen in a column for LeadingAge California.
While the pandemic may have curtailed summer travels, USC students still have the opportunity to immerse themselves in other cultures online via Maymester and Summer courses.
Speakers from BMarko Structures discussed the potential of modular senior living and skilled nursing facilities with the Student Gerontology Association.
More important than ever during the COVID-19 pandemic, USC experts teach students how to design and operate senior living facilities that promote public health.
In May 2020, students in GERO 499 took a virtual visit to Colombia.
As online education and virtual classrooms slowly become the norm, students and teachers alike continue to tackle new challenges together.
It didn’t take long for Athan Bezaitis to catch the gerontology bug. He worked as communications director for the USC Leonard Davis School of Gerontology before he ever took a class. But after getting to know the school’s faculty and students and learning about their
Associate Professor John Walsh shares the tips he’s learned over the years that can help even novice instructors improve their teaching both online and off.
Thai Nguyen chose the convenient and comprehensive online Master of Arts program at USC Leonard Davis School of Gerontology to learn the latest in aging research, techniques and methods to enhance his work with older adults and veterans.
Corinne Jones went back to school as a nontraditional student for a Master of Arts in Gerontology. Learn how an education at the USC Leonard Davis School of Gerontology prepared her for a thriving career with the state of California.