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A Starting Point for Looking at Age-Friendliness on My Campus: AGHE Can Help

Friday, March 1, 2019
1 p.m. EST

This webinar will discuss data-gathering approaches to explore your institution’s age-friendly assets, gaps, and opportunities along with how AGHE can be an Age-Friendly University resource for you and your institution.


  • Nina M. Silverstein, PhD (University of Massachusetts Boston—Massachusetts, USA)
  • Marilyn Gugliucci, PhD (University of New England—Maine, USA)

Becoming an Age-Friendly University Partner

January 9, 2019
1 p.m. EST

This webinar will describe why higher education needs to be more age-friendly, the vision of the AFU initiative, and how your institution can join the AFU network.


Joann M. Montepare, PhD (Lasell College—Massachusetts, USA)

Kimberly S. Farah, PhD (Lasell College—Massachusetts, USA)

The Road to Austin: Mapping the Steps for GSA 2019 Abstract Submission

January 31, 2019

Prepare yourself in advance of the March 14 deadline to submit your abstract for the GSA 2019 Annual Scientific Meeting. This webinar will enhance your knowledge and skills for submitting an abstract. Hear from the experts about the importance and process of submitting an abstract and how best to prepare an abstract for submission. GSA President and Program Chair S. Michal Jazwinski, PhD, FGSA, of Tulane University, and Program Co-Chair Holly Brown-Borg, PhD, FGSA, of the University of North Dakota, will walk attendees through the ins and outs of the GSA 2019 Annual Scientific Meeting call for abstracts. John Beilenson, President of Strategic Communications & Planning, who has been advising scientists about communications for more than a decade, will demonstrate how to make your submission stand out from the crowd. Facilitate your abstract preparation and submission experience—and avoid disqualifying errors and rushing at the last minute—by becoming familiar with the constructive information presented in this webinar.

Supported by the GSA Innovation Fund.

One Vision, Many Paths: Making an Age-Friendly University Work for You

February 6, 2019

This webinar examines how different institutions approach their AFU vision and offer examples of how your institution can draw on its distinctive strengths to realize the AFU principles.


Carrie Andreoletti, PhD (Central Connecticut State University—Connecticut, USA)

Andrea June, PhD (Central Connecticut State University—Connecticut, USA)

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