The Conference for Students, Educators and Professionals in the Field of Gerontology

The 41st Annual OAGE Conference

Friday, April 21, 2017

University of Toledo

Main Campus Student Union

Toledo, Ohio

 

Theme:
The Faces of Aging:
Building Communities

A conference for educators, researchers, practitioners, administrators, planners, and students in the field of aging, as well as professionals from Centers for Adult and Lifelong Learning.

 

From the OAGE President

It is with great pleasure I welcome you to the 41st Ohio Association of Gerontology and Education Conference, The Faces of Aging: Building Communities.

This year’s conference will bring the community together to explore topics related to aging. I am also pleased to announce our keynote speaker, Ann Anzalone a nationally recognized consultant, presenter, and practitioner in the areas of learning, communication, and team-building.

I encourage and welcome your proposals for papers, posters, workshop and symposia submissions.  And as always, we extend a warm welcome to all our colleagues and students in the gerontology field who share our interest and passion to improve life for older adults. I look forward to meeting you in Toledo at what will be an exciting and enjoyable event.

Regards,

Diane Ramey

OAGE will be accepting proposals for the 41st Annual Conference

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The annual Ohio Association of Gerontology and Education (OAGE) conference serves as a platform to foster collaborative efforts between students, educators and professionals through dissemination of gerontological research and promotion of critical topics for discussion to improve the the lives of older adults.