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Mission and Goals
The Center on Aging at CSUSB is a university-wide interdisciplinary unit sponsored by the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences. It was created in order to unite people and resources at CSUSB to better respond to the needs of a rapidly aging population in the Inland Empire.
The goals of the Center on Aging are:
- Build strategic and lasting relationships between CSUSB, community-based organizations, and local governments in order to increase the quality of life for local older adults;
- Educate and train future professionals on the best practices for serving an aging population; and
- Conduct and disseminate world-class gerontology research.
Proud Member of the 'Age-Friendly University' Global Network
Support the Center
The Center on Aging appreciates donations to maintain and expand its mission. Your gift or donation to support our goals of community outreach, training, and research are greatly appreciated.
Dr. Kenneth Shultz, Professor of Psychology and Executive Board Member of the Center on Aging, will serve as a Fall 2020 Visiting Scholar at the University of Southern California. Dr. Shultz will primarily be working on analysis of Project Talent Aging Study (PTAS) data to examine how the cognitive complexity of respondents jobs over the course of their respective careers may be associated with reducing risk for Alzheimer’s Disease (AD) and other dementias in late life. This project is part of the larger Project Talent longitudinal study of aging, a national longitudinal study that first surveyed America’s high school students in 1960.
Dr. Kenneth Shultz, Professor of Psychology and Executive Board Member of the Center on Aging, recently earned a Fulbright U.S. Specialist Award. The Fulbright Specialist Program is a unique opportunity for U.S. academics and established professionals to engage in two- to six-week, project-based exchanges at host institutions across the globe. Those individuals that have been approved to join the Fulbright Specialist Roster are then eligible to be matched with approved projects designed by foreign host institutions from over 150 countries and other areas.