AGHE's policy priorities relate primarily to federal support for gerontological education, training, and research.
The Consultation Program assists community and four-year colleges and universities in adding gerontology to traditional curricula; developing or evaluating a gerontology program; developing a strategy for long-term planning; obtaining an objective assessment, external review, or validation of a proposed or existing program of gerontology instruction; and obtaining resource materials on adding, expanding, or evaluating gerontology instruction.
AGHE Executive Committee proposed definitions for gerontology and geriatrics.
GSA & NAAS Resources
Program Database Search
AGHE's Database on Gerontology in Higher Education includes more than 750 programs of credit instruction at all educational levels on more than 500 campuses. More than 30 disciplines and fields of study are represented.
Program of Merit
The AGHE Program Of Merit designation provides gerontology programs with an AGHE 'stamp of approval,' which can be used to verify program quality to administrators, students, and others.
This project addresses the educational needs of gerontology students and faculty, the human service needs of older adults, and the need for AGHE to expand its capacity to support service-learning initiatives in gerontology.
Books for K-12 Students
Browse our selection of books with aging related thems for students of all grades from pre-school to high school.
NIA Toolkit for Trainers
NIA has developed a free, downloadable training curriculum that instructors can use to help older adults find reliable health information online.
National Academy on an Aging Society
The Academy is a non-partisan public policy institute, which actively conducts and compiles research on issues related to population aging and provides information to the public, the press, policymakers, and the academic community.