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Nanci Reyes-Guzman discusses her Ph.D. research
Geology and Environmental Science Graduate Student, Nanci Reyes-Guzman, meets President Crawford during presentation of research
Centennial Celebration was "One for the Ages"
The Scripps Gerontology Center celebrated its 100th anniversary on September 9 and 10 with festivities on the Oxford campus. People from all over the country came together to celebrate.
Former grad student featured in USGS research video
Laura Walkup, former graduate student (M.S. 2013), is being featured in a USGS video of research work done at Hagerman Fossil Beds
NIH Grant Awarded to SPA Researcher
Speech Pathology and Audiology researcher, Trace Poll, receives NIH grant to develop social communication assessment for adolescents.
Harada's New Book Published
Japanese Associate Professor Kazue Harada publishes new book, titled Sexuality, Maternity, and (Re)productive Futures.
Robert Applebaum, Ph.D. receives Elaine M. Brody Thought Leader Award from GSA
The Gerontological Society of America (GSA) recognized Professor of Gerontology and Director of the Ohio Long-Term Care Project Robert Applebaum, Ph.D., FGSA, with the Elaine M. Brody Thought Leader Award for his exceptional policy, social research, and practice contributions.
October "One for the Ages" Lunchtime Presentation
How can a Gerontology degree serve you in policy and practice in Washington, DC (and elsewhere)? Come to this lunch and learn session to hear from Marisa Scala-Foley, a 1995 MGS graduate whose career began at Scripps and has ended up in the federal government and association leadership. Learn about how her work has led her back to work with Scripps and how that work is transforming the Aging Network.
Virtual Open House Scheduled in November
Are you or someone you know interested in gerontology? Scripps Gerontology Center and the Department of Sociology and Gerontology invite you to a virtual open house to learn more about Miami University graduate programs in gerontology!
Hannah Seinfeld Receives the Provost's Student Academic Achievement Award
Hannah Seinfeld, Miami University Speech Pathology and Audiology major, selected as winner of the 2022 Provost Student Academic Achievement Award.