Cheryl Monturo, PhD, MBE, ACNP-BC
Professor of Nursing
John A. Hartford Claire M. Fagin Fellow
Cheryl Monturo serves as co-convener of two special interest groups with the Gerontological Society of America. These special interest groups include– the Hospice, Palliative and End-of-life Care as well as the Nursing Group.
Jasmin Tahmaseb McConatha, PhD
Professor of Psychology
Chapter in edited book
Co-authored with Frauke Schnell, Department of Political Science: Older Immigrant Women Who Work: Building Resilience, Changing Perceptions and Policies
in Grit and Grey to be published, May 2020 by APA
Ongoing Blog for Psychology Today
Live Long and Prosper (2013 to present)
A Regularly published blog with a focus on factors influencing Wellbeing and Longevity. Psychology Today, APA.
Tahmaseb McConatha, J., Kumar, K.V., Raymond, E., & Akwarandu, A. (2020). Cultural Dimensions of Diabetes Management: A Qualitative Study of Middle Eastern Immigrants in the U.S., Journal of Cross-Cultural Gerontology, 35, 85-89.
Beyond the Physical: Mental and Social Benefits of Walkable Communities.
Read more about it here.
Angela Lavery, PhD, LCSW, FT
Assistant Professor & Graduate Coordinator of the Graduate Certificate in Gerontology
On October 25, 2019 Dr. Angela Lavery presented at the Council on Social Work Education’s Annual Program meeting in Denver, CO. Along with Dr. Harry “Rick” Moody (retired Director of Academic Affairs – AARP) and Andrew Steward, LCSW (PhD student, University of Denver), Dr. Lavery’s presentation discussed Approaches to Infusing Critical Gerontology Across Social Work Curricula.