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2014 Conference News:

This Year's Board Members Include:

  • Mary Beth Morrissey, President
  • Manoj Pardasani, Past President
  • Tobi Abramson, President-elect
  • Mary Ann Erickson, Secretary
  • Linda Guido, Treasurer

  • Tobi Abramson
  • Thomas Caprio
  • Jacqueline Berman
  • Maria Brown
  • Eunice Flemister
  • Michele Forte
  • Christian Gonzalez-Rivera
  • Linda Guido
  • Janna Heyman
  • Michael Hernandez
  • Beverly Horowitz
  • Judith L. Howe
  • Jurgis Karuza
  • Thalia MacMillan
  • Robert Maiden
  • Tina Maschi
  • Mary Beth Morrissey
  • Rosemarie Oakman
  • James O’Neal
  • Manoj Pardasani
  • Allison Peltzman
  • Colette Phipps
  • Kareem Reeves
  • Jennifer Schwartz
  • Liz Seidel

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Upcoming & Recent Events

The End of AIDS: Implications for Care and Treatment of an Aging Population

April 7, 2014, 8:30 a.m to 4:00 p.m. New York University Wasserman Center Free registration required. Download the flyer.

Addressing the Needs of Diverse New York City Elders: Multidisciplinary Perspectives

April 9th, 2014, 4:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. Fordham University, Cafeteria Atrium 113 West 60th Street, NYC RSVP to bhorowitz@york.cuny.edu by 4/3 Download the flyer.

The Changing State of Aging in NYS

Featuring keynote speaker Greg Olsen on New York State of the State in Aging and expert panelists. April 10, 2014, 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Syracuse University, Lyman Hall. RSVP to mbrown08@syr.edu by 3/28. Download the flyer.

“Social Support and Service Provision to Older Adults” hosted by the Syracuse University Aging Studies Institute

The Syracuse University Aging Studies Institute recently held a conference on “Social Support and Service Provision to Older Adults.” The keynote address was by Deputy Secretary William Corr. During his address titled “A New Day for Older Americans: Addressing the Needs of Our Aging Population,” he discussed the promise of the Affordable Care Act to meet longstanding needs for our aging population, particularly caregiving and health care disparities among minorities.

“Social Support and Service Provision to Older Adults: Marjorie Cantor’s Legacy to Gerontology” hosted by Aging Studies Institute

The Syracuse University Aging Studies Institute—the collaborative initiative of the Falk College and Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs—held a conference on “Social Support and Service Provision to Older Adults: Marjorie Cantor’s Legacy to Gerontology” in New York City in January. The event recognized the pioneering scholarship of the late Professor Marjorie Cantor that advanced understanding of the lifestyles of older persons, the importance of caregiver support systems, and needs of elders across class and culture.