Professors from some of this semester’s gerontology courses share how everyone can use their classroom lessons in their everyday lives.
Victor Wilson helps older adults improve their strength, flexibility and balance. With a Master of Arts in Gerontology, he’ll take his mission of healthy aging through fitness to a new level.
Baby boomers expect amenities in their senior care environments. USC Master of Arts in Senior Living Hospitality student and senior living executive Mariele Soriano is embracing this reality.
To help students stay active and relieve stress, Associate Professor John Walsh brings the exercise routine he led during online lectures to campus.
At age 64, John “Old Doc” Walsh of the USC Leonard Davis School recognizes the need to stay limber — especially in the middle of a two-hour online class.
Bérénice Benayoun, assistant professor of gerontology and biological sciences, says biologists should not be afraid of big data.
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.
A multifaceted curriculum provides students with an expanding set of entry points for understanding all aspects of aging, including their own.
In the freshman seminar course GESM 131g, "Prosperity Across the Lifespan," Min-Kyoung Rhee and students explore the diverse aspects of success, lifespan and human development.