Jennifer Karas Montez, assistant professor of sociology has been named a “Gerald B. Cramer Faculty Scholar in Aging Studies” to recognize her contributions to the field of Aging Studies. The appointment begins in the academic year 2016-17 and continues through … Continue reading
Jennifer Karas Montez recently published article focusing on the differences in women’s mortality across the U.S. States, received coverage in the New York Times article, “New Clues in the Mystery of Women’s Lagging Life Expectancy.” To read the article click … Continue reading
In collaboration with the Manlius Senior Centre and the Manlius Informed Series, Manlius Library is proud to present the lecture series from The Aging Studies Institute at Syracuse University. To see the list of speakers, dates and times, click here.
Grandmothers at Work, by Madonna Harrington Meyer is featured in a write up by Richard Eisenberg on Next Avenue and Forbes. To read the article by Richard Eisenberg click on the below links: “Grandmothers Caring for Grandkids: Work Live Balance … Continue reading
Mary Helen McNeal, Professor and Director of the Elder Law Clinic has published a new article titled, Say What? The Affordable Care Act, Medicare, and Hearing Aids. To read the article click here.
Health Affairs featured the Article, Addressing “Triggers of Decline” in Older Adults’ Physical, Cognitive, or Mental Health by Katharine McLaughlin. To read the article click here.
Congratulations to Madonna Harrington Meyer, Chair of Sociology at Syracuse University, who has been awarded the Matilda White Riley Distinguished Scholar Award by the American Sociological Association (ASA) Section on Aging and the Life Course (SALC). In the announcement, Jeylan … Continue reading
Luvenia Cowart, in collaboration with Maria Brown, has received a grant from the New York State Department of Health for a project entitled “African American Dementia Caregivers Support Program” which will provide five years of support to the Genesis Health … Continue reading