The event's theme will be "Global Aging and Health: Bridging Science, Policy, and Practice." Presenters will have the opportunity to present in front of a large international audience of over 6,000 individuals from more than 80 countries. Participants will include scientists, physicians, technologists, researchers and innovators in the fields of aging, human health and disease. The event will also showcase faculty research, student success and community partnerships.
The Gerontology Program will also celebrate its 30th anniversary with distinguished faculty researchers, student scholars and community partners. Participants will learn about the only gerontology M.A. degree program in the CSU system, hear about innovative research, explore teaching-learning labs and visit showcases that highlight internship and career opportunities in aging and long-term care.