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Careers in Aging: An informal event for students
Looking for a career? Ever thought about gerontology, one of the fastest growing fields in the country? Find out more at “Careers in Aging,” Thursday, April 5, from 3:15-5 p.m. in Syracuse University’s Schine Student Center Panasci Lounge. The event will include food, door prizes, and a panel of professionals from a variety of fields who are specializing in aging.
“Careers in Aging” is sponsored by the Department of Psychology in SU’s College of Arts and Sciences and the Association for Gerontology in Higher Education as part of the association’s annual Careers in Aging Week (April 1 to 7). The event aims to promote education and awareness of aging issues in America and career opportunities in the aging field.
Contact Person: Joseph McFall, visiting assistant professor of psychology, firstname.lastname@example.org.