The pandemic kept kids home from school and upended the workplace, placing Americans who care for aging family members under even more pressure.
Inspired by a popular class, Paths to Leadership in the Senior Living Industry, edited by Edward Schneider and Matthew Lifschultz MAASM '18, collects the wisdom of top senior living leaders.
Carly Roman PhD '21 wants to combine research and practice to ensure that older adults have opportunities to feel valued and stay socially connected.
The American Federation for Aging Research (AFAR) has announced that our 2015 PhD in Gerontology graduate Morgan Levine will receive the Vincent Cristofalo Rising Star Award in Aging Research.
Astoria Ho '21 wants to merge her interests in aging and technology to positively transform the lives of older adults and their families.
At the Amos Institute, alumna Amylee Amos shares dietary interventions that aim to slow or potentially reverse neurodegenerative decline.
Giovanna Manson-Hing, a member of the USC Master of Arts in Gerontology class of 2021, shares her experiences and future plans to promote brain health and support caregivers.
Ryan Doyloo, a senior graduating from the Human Development and Aging program, shares his experience as an undergraduate student and president of the Student Gerontology Association.
Ariana Chen, a senior graduating from the Human Development and Aging program, shares her experience as an undergraduate student and intern at NCEA.
Shaun Rushforth MS '08, executive director of the Terraces at San Joaquin Gardens in Fresno, California, says the depth and breadth of his USC education aided in responding to the pandemic as well as ideas for "opening anew."