Summer 2015 Newsletter is here

The Summer 2015 issue of the Section on Aging and the Life Course Newsletter is now available! In this issue you will find… news from SALC Chair Deborah Carr the SALC 2015 election results and award winners information on SALC sessions at the 2015 ASA meetings in Chicago …and much more. You can access it onContinue reading “Summer 2015 Newsletter is here”

SALC Sessions and Events in the ASA Preliminary Program

Mark your calendars for the terrific set of SALC sessions and events in Chicago! Monday, August 24, 2015 2:30-4:10pm SALC Paper Session: Disability over the Life Course “Adult Children’s Serious Health Conditions and the Flow of Support between the Generations” – Megan Gilligan, Iowa State Univ; J. Jill Suitor, Purdue Univ; Marissa Rurka, Purdue Univ;Continue reading “SALC Sessions and Events in the ASA Preliminary Program”

Congratulations to newly elected section officers!

Our 2015-16 incoming elected officers are: Chair-Elect: Jessica Kelley-Moore (Case Western) Council (three-year terms): Carol Aneshensel (UCLA), Andrew London (Syracuse) Student Representative to Council (two-year term): Adriana Reyes (Penn State) Jessica, Carol, Andrew, and Adriana will join our current elected council members Chair-elect (and soon-to-be chair) Jeylan Mortimer; Secretary/Treasurer Jill Suitor; council members Kristen Schulz Lee,Continue reading “Congratulations to newly elected section officers!”

Winter 2015 Newsletter Available

The Winter 2015 issue of the Section on Aging and the Life Course Newsletter is now available! In this issue you will find a sneak peek at the 2015 SALC sessions at ASA, candidates for office in the 2015 SALC elections, a call for nominations for SALC awards, and much more. Many thanks to Kristen ShultzContinue reading “Winter 2015 Newsletter Available”

New website for ASA’s Section on Aging and the Life Course

Welcome to our new website! In an effort to make our section information easily accessible whether you are using a computer, tablet, or smartphone, we recently migrated to http://asasalc.org. One of the exciting new features will be our ability to post job announcements, member features, messages from the chair, and news & photos of the annualContinue reading “New website for ASA’s Section on Aging and the Life Course”