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Link to the Fall 2018 eNewsFall 2018 issue highlights

  • We welcome 12 New Miami gerontology graduate students
  • The 2018 P.K. Whelpton Memorial Lecture examines the long-term impact of military service
  • Welcome to our newest research associates!
  • Phyllis Cummins elected to National Council for Workforce Education Board
  • Miami-Knolls partnership leads to state recognition
  • Mentorship and collaboration: research making a difference in the lives of Ohio familie
  • Nearly 400 Opening Minds through Art (OMA) facilitators!
  • Congratulations to our August 2018 PhD in Social Gerontology program graduates!
  • MGS Summer practicum experience
  • Alumni corner
  • SEA certificate program gives insight into aging and entrepreneurship

Link to the Spring-Summer 2018 eNewsSpring/Summer 2018 issue highlights

  • Congratulations graduates
  • 2017 Annual Report – Making a difference in our own backyard
  • Opening Minds through Art 10th anniversary
  • SEA-Certificate - An opportunity to change the world
  • Preferences for Activity and Leisure (PAL) Cards are one of 16 Ohio Nursing Home Quality Improvement Projects
  • Public Radio taps Scripps Gerontology and The Knolls for expertise on aging
  • 2018 Colonial Services Long-Term Care Research Award recipient
  • Alumni Spotlight: Quanhong "Cho" Qiu, 2018 Cottrell Distinguished Alumni Award winner
  • Do you want to know more about our work and mission?

Link to Winter 2018 eNews

Winter 2018 issue highlights

  • Helping Ohio chart a course for long-term care
  • Miami students conducting age-friendly city research study
  • Resources based on Scripps Gerontology Center research
    • What Matters Most: A Guide for My Support and Care
    • Recorded webinars
    • Recent research reports and briefs
  • Tenth-year expansion of Opening Minds through Art (OMA) 
  • P.K. Whelpton's legacy inspires tomorrow's experts in demography and aging 
  • Unleash your entrepreneurial potential
  • The Gerontology Alumni Advisory Group is planning two alumni gatherings in March

Link to Fall 2017 eNews

Fall 2017 issue highlights

  • We welcome 11 New Miami gerontology graduate students
  • Suzanne Kunkel named University Distinguished Professor
  • The 2017 P.K. Whelpton Memorial Lecture addresses long-term care in China
  • Miami University researchers lead evaluation of AgeWell program in Cleveland
  • Aging and Disability Business Institute Evaluation
  • MGS students gain hands-on experience during summer practicum
  • Opening Minds through Art News
  • Social Entrepreneurship & Aging Online Graduate Certificate Program
  • Upcoming Alumni Gathering

Link to Spring/Summer eNews

Spring/Summer 2017 issue, annual report highlights

  • Perspectives on teamwork
  • Research on older workers
  • The journey to OMA
  • Research apprenticeship model
  • By the numbers / Partnerships
  • Service / Honors and Awards
  • Donors
  • Reconnecting with Alumni
  • Academic News

link to winter 2016-17 newsletter

Winter 2016-17 issue highlights

  • A visit from Dr. Gregory and Dr. Renate Crawford
  • Recent publications by senior research scholar, Shahla Mehdizadeh 
  • Heather Menne is 2017 Cottrell Distinguished Alumni Award recipient 
  • Alumni making connections – face-to-face and online
  • Opening Minds through Art updates
    • Miami University's OMA program receives national Alzheimer's legacy award
    • A children's book featuring Opening Minds through Art (OMA) artwork 
    • Registration open for 2017 OMA facilitator training
  • Upcoming webinar | Achieving Caregiver Respite and Support

link to fall 2016 newsletter

Fall 2016 issue highlights

  • We welcome 14 new Miami University gerontology graduate students
  • Grant to expand Miami’s Opening Minds through Art program
  • $1.4 million grant awarded for research about older learners
  • Grant to improve quality of life for Ohio's nursing home residents
  • MGS students report on summer experiences
  • Our alumni are part of Scripps Gerontology Center’s legacy
  • Meet the new residents of hallway 370! - Our new research staff
  • Stay connected

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Spring/Summer 2016 issue, annual report highlights

  • Making a difference then and now
  • Honors and Awards
  • Service and Leadership
  • Featured Spotlights: Shahla Mehdizadeh, Katherine Abbott, Inaugural NANAS conference
  • By the numbers
  • Donors and Partners
  • Connect

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Winter 2016 issue highlights

  • OMA a Quality Improvement Project
  • Scholarships for OMA training
  • Graduate student job placement rates
  • Meet our PhD graduates
  • Research finds areas for improved strategies at nursing homes