Scripps eNews | Spring 2021
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Congratulations 2021 Graduates!
We had 6 Master of Gerontological Studies graduates and 1 doctoral graduate participate in commencement on May 14.

Congratulations, Alex D'Errico-Bronston (MGS), Katie Magyar (MGS), Katherine Kennedy PhD), Samuel Van Vleet (MGS), Reese Moore (MGS). Not pictured: Becca Cinfio (MGS) and Amelia Pittman (MGS)!
New Job Opportunity!
We are seeking an Assistant Director for Academic Programs and Research Support.
Scripps Staff Updates
Robert Graham joined the Scripps staff as a Research Scholar on May 1.
Robert Applebaum and Jennifer Heston-Mullins Serve as Guest Editors on the Spring 2021 Issue of Generations
The Spring 2021 issue of Generations, As the World Turns: Care Management’s Continued Role in an Ever-Changing Delivery System, guest-edited by Bob Applebaum & Jennifer Heston-Mullins examines the core, practice & future of care management.
Elizabeth 'Like' Lokon Selected to Fulbright Scholars Program
Since 2008, Lokon has directed Miami's service-learning program Opening Minds through Art (OMA.) OMA puts college students in direct contact with elders living with dementia as they support the elders in art-making. The Fulbright Scholars grant will allow her to bring OMA to Indonesia.
Miami Recognized as Age-Friendly University
Miami University has been accepted into the Age-Friendly University (AFU) global network, comprising more than 70 universities that have endorsed the 10 Age-Friendly University Principles and committed themselves to becoming more age-friendly in their programs and policies.
The Art of Aging Podcast: Opening Minds Through Art - Using Art to Bring Joy to People with Dementia
In this podcast episode, The Art of Aging interviews Elizabeth "Like" Lokon, founder of Opening Minds Through Art (OMA).
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