04/20/2018
2018 Colonial Services Long-Term Care Research Award Recipient
2016-Nytasia-Hicks-PhD-150x200.jpgThe Colonial Services Long-Term Care Research award is presented to a gerontology graduate student for outstanding research or program development in long-term care. The award is funded by a contribution from Colonial Senior Services of Hamilton, Ohio to the Scripps Gerontology Center. The 2018 awardee is Nytasia Hicks.
04/16/2018
Ian Matt Nelson on nursing home changing demographics
Nelson-Matt-200x250.jpgIan “Matt” Nelson (Scripps Gerontology Center) is quoted in a story about younger residents in Ohio’s nursing home facilities.
04/06/2018
Bearded Lady Project comes to Miami to boost the image of women in science
The scarcity of women in science project teams led to Dr. Ellen Currano's project, "The Bearded Lady Project: Challenging the Face of Science"
03/19/2018
Public Radio taps Scripps Gerontology and the Knolls for expertise on aging
WVXU-Scripps-03072018-logsdon-23-800x494.jpg“Cincinnati Edition,” an hour-long weekday program, went on the road March 7 for a show discussing the issues of aging. The program originated in the Athletic Performance Center adjacent to Miami’s Yager Stadium. The program is a production of Cincinnati Public Radio, which operates the Miami University station WMUB as well as WVXU.
03/12/2018
Phyllis Cummins on older workers
Cummins-Phyllis-200x250.jpgPhyllis Cummins (Scripps Gerontology Center) is quoted in a story about local employers struggle to find workers.
03/07/2018
Quanhong Qiu to receive alumni honor
Qiu-Quanhong-200x250.jpgWe are pleased to announce that Quanhong “Cho” Qiu is the recipient of the 2018 Cottrell Distinguished Alumni Award.
03/01/2018
Miami University welcomes "Cincinnati Edition" to campus
ce-in-oxford.jpgWVXU FM's popular show "Cincinnati Edition" is coming to Miami University for two special broadcasts on Wednesday, March 7.
02/04/2018
Scripps Gerontology Center and the Aging and Disability Business Institute partnership charts the role of community-based organizations in health care
In the January 2018 issue of Health Affairs, researchers from Yale University and the Scripps Gerontology Center at Miami University of Ohio published a study finding that AAA involvement in a broad variety of cross-sector collaborations with health care and social service organizations is associated with a reduction in hospital re-admission rates.
02/02/2018
Robert Applebaum to speak at Health Policy of Ohio (HPIO) forum
Applebaum-200x250.jpgAddressing the social drivers of healthy aging: Policy options to improve health and impact spending growth