Nandita Bezabruah, School of Social Work, presented at the International Council on Active Aging Conference on 18 November at Orlando, Florida. The theme of this year’s conference was “Reimagine Aging.” The title of the presentation was “Improving Hand Comfort and Function As Well As Multiple Wellness Dimensions in Two Retirement Settings.”
Gerontology students Amy Bechtle, Jessica Boonstra, Merianne Bott, Ana Brakel, Beau Cummings, Mayu Ishikawa, and Keren Mabisi, along with Gerontology Program Coordinator Sue Humphers-Ginther and Professors Shawn Ginther (Social Work) and Jessica Hausauer (Sociology), attended the 40th annual meeting of the Minnesota Gerontological Society in Brooklyn Center, Minn., on April 22, 2016.
Faculty in the School of Social Work and Department of Sociology and Criminal Justice collaborate with a west coast colleague on evaluative research
Drs. Nandita Bezbaruah and Shawn Ginther of the School of Social Work, and Sue Humphers-Ginther of the Department of Sociology and Criminal Justice, along with Janet Hollander of Eugene, Oregon, are collaborating on an evaluation of the effectiveness of Nia 52 Moves in enhancing aspects of physical performance and subjective well-being among older adults. Based on findings of this mixed-methods […]
MSUM is offering a Grant Writing Bootcamp May 17-21 from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. in Hagen Hall 113. The course may be taken for noncredit at a cost of $287 plus the cost of the text. Optional CEUs are available to noncredit participants. The course may also be taken for three undergraduate or graduate credits at the regular tuition rate. Click headline for details.