The Gerontology Interdisciplinary Program administers educational offerings leading to the undergraduate and graduate certificates in gerontology and a Master's degree in gerontology. Certificates are fully available online. Federal grants have made the program a regional resource for those in the aging network. The primary areas of research are family caregiving, intergenerational relationships, public policy, sustainable communities, safety and medication errors, and grief and bereavement.
Seminars & Confrences
For more information about different seminars and confrences that the Center on Aging is involved in:
Aging & Disability Resource Connection
The Aging and Disability Resource Center (ADRC) initiative, a collaborative effort of the U.S. Administration on Community Living. Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, and Veterans Health Administration is designed to streamline access to long-term services and supports for older adults, people with disabilites and their families. ADRCs seek to create a coordinated and streamlined system providing clients a "one-stop shop" experience.