Kansas State University's Center on Aging coordinates and develops educational and training programs in aging, stimulates aging research, coordinates outreach activities, and serves as a referral center for information on aging resources in Kansas.
The Center on Aging faculty are committed to programs of education and training, outreach, and research, which address general issues of aging and seek solutions to the challenges of aging. Undergraduate students may work toward an emphasis in gerontology regardless of their primary major or discipline. Graduate students can apply for a graduate certificate or masters in gerontology. Most of the courses are offered through faculty in disciplinary departments throughout the university.
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- News and Upcoming Events
- Personhood and Dementia Event - Video of guest speakers
- Gerontology Student Ambassadors
- Course Schedule
- PEAK 2.0
- Brochures & Publications