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May 10, 2011


AGHE offers you the opportunity to reach more than 2600 gerontological educators, researchers, students, and administrators....

The Association forGerontology in Higher Education (AGHE) is a national non-profit organization composed of more than 280 member colleges, universities, and organizations, which are committed to aging-related education and research. It is the only national membership organization devoted primarily to gerontological and geriatric education. Members include educators, researchers, students, policy makers, health practitioners, administrators, and business professionals. Through research, conferences, publications, and consultations with policy makers, AGHE promotes gerontology education and training . Click on the links below for details on the several ways to place your services, products, and opportunities before these members:



How to Order 
AGHE accepts Visa, MasterCard, and checks (payable to AGHE). Prepayment is required on all orders.

Annual Meeting Exhibits / Ads 
A table in the exhibit hall or an advertisement in the program book of AGHE's Annual Meeting will be seen by approximately 500 education professionals from all over the United States, Canada, and several other countries.

Access to E-mail List 
AGHE's electronic mailing list is available for one-time use to distribute information about conferences and special events, job announcements, publications or products, and educational programs.

Display Ads on Website 
Ads posted to the AGHE website remain there up to 45 days and are posted on a relevant section of the site including Annual Meeting, Sigma Phi Omega (gerontology national honor and professional society), Students, Resources, Awards, and Careers in Aging.

Print Ads in Newsletter 
More than 2500 individuals at member institutions receive the AGHExchange, the AGHE newsletter published three times each year, free of charge. In addition, there are approximately 200 individual subscribers.