Assistant Professor Pamela Nadash Awarded GSA Fellowship

Gerontology | June 24, 2013
Assistant Professor of Gerontology Pamela Nadash will be honored at the GSA's annual scientific meeting in November.

Assistant Professor of Gerontology Pamela Nadash will be honored at the GSA's annual scientific meeting in November.
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Assistant Professor of Gerontology Pamela Nadash was awarded fellow status by the Gerontological Society of America (GSA), the nation's oldest and largest interdisciplinary organization devoted to research, education, and practice in the field of aging. Nadash's fellowship was unanimously approved by the GSA Council after review and recommendations by the GSA Fellowship Committee for her outstanding and continuing work in the field of gerontology. She will be honored at the GSA's annual scientific meeting in November.

"Fellowship status is conferred after a rigorous evaluation by a panel of senior gerontologists and the competition is stiff," says Gerontology Department Chair Jeffrey Burr. "Professor Nadash’s appointment as a fellow in the Gerontological Society of America is a great honor and her department colleagues share in my observation that this is well-deserved recognition of her research and service to the GSA. Congratulations, Pam!”

About the Department of Gerontology
The Department of Gerontology at the University of Massachusetts Boston’s John W. McCormack Graduate School of Policy and Global Studies offers pioneering graduate programs on the study of aging. The department is the second oldest program of its kind and has produced more PhDs in gerontology than any program in the world. Its scholars and graduate students conduct research on policy issues including productive aging, health care, long-term care, economic security, and social and demographic research on aging. Together with the Gerontology Institute, it is one of the leading centers for the academic study of social gerontology.

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