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Opening Minds through Art (OMA) receives funding from The National Endowment for the Arts to develop ScrippsAVID
OMA receives $20,000 to help build ScrippsAVID, a video-chat platform that connects older adults with younger people through sharing art, music, stories, and poetry
Registration is now open for our "One for the Ages" Centennial Celebration
Registration for our "One for the Ages" Celebration on Sept. 9 & 10 is now open!
John Bowblis named 2021 OAGE Researcher of the Year
Scripps Fellow Dr. John Bowblis was named 2021 OAGE Researcher of the Year.
Ohio Scholars in Aging program recognizes two Miami students as leaders in aging services
Two Miami University students, Annika Goldman (doctoral candidate in Clinical Psychology) and Megan Kelley (Master of Gerontological Studies), recently completed the 2022 Ohio Scholars in Aging Program.
We invite you to be a part of the Scripps legacy
In honor of our centennial anniversary, the Scripps Gerontology Center is creating a "One for the Ages" Cookbook!
May "One for the Ages" Lunchtime Presentation
On Wednesday, May 18, join us for a virtual lunchtime presentation on "Resilience and Aging: How COVID-19 Informs How We Can Better Navigate Setbacks and Challenges that come with Aging" presented by alumna Dr. Dawn Carr
Multi-Agency Ohio Partnership Creates New Model for Supporting Individuals with IDD and Dementia
In recognition of National Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month, a collaborative group of service organizations in Ohio introduced Dementia Friends for Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities.
Alumni Spotlight 2022 Cottrell Awardee Carrie Graham MGS '95
2022 Cottrell recipient Dr. Carrie Graham reflects back on her time in the MGS program and how Scripps helped launch her career in the field of aging
2022 W. Fred Cottrell Distinguished Gerontology Alumna Awardee - Carrie Graham
Dr. Carrie Graham is the recipient of the 2022 Cottrell Distinguished Gerontology Award.