Announcements

AGESW Roundtables Luncheon: Register for this free November 14 event!

Back by popular demand, we’re hosting this year’s AGESW Roundtables Luncheon on Thursday, November 14, 2019 from 12 to 1:30pm. (Location TBD.) To learn more and to register, click here. While this luncheon is free, registration is required. 

What is AGESW up to at this year’s GSA Annual Scientific Meeting in Austin, Texas?
Schedules at the Gerontological Society of America can be hectic. So please plan in advance for our events! See below for more information.
EventDateStart TimeEnd TimeLocationRoom
AGESW Pre-Dissertation Fellows Meeting11/13/20196:30 AM5:00 PMJW Marriott Austin306, Level 3
AGESW Pre-Dissertation Fellows Meeting11/14/20196:30 AM8:30 AMJW Marriott Austin212, Level 2
AGESW Alumni Reception11/14/20194:30 PM7:30 PMJW Marriott Austin309, Level 3
AGESW Networking Roundtables11/14/201912:00 PM1:30 PMJW Marriott Austin211-212, Level 2
Journal of Gerontological Social Work Executive Committee Meeting11/15/20198:30 AM9:45 AMJW Marriott AustinLonestar Ballroom C, Level 3
Journal of Gerontological Social Work Editorial Board Meeting11/15/201910:00 AM11:30 AMJW Marriott AustinLonestar Ballroom C, Level 3
AGESW Board Meeting11/15/201912:00 PM1:30 PMJW Marriott Austin212, Level 2
AGESW Reception11/15/20196:30 PM8:30 PMJW Marriott AustinBrazos Room, Level 2
Deadline extended until December 15, 2019 for the Mit Joyner BPD and AGESW BSW Gerontology Student Award!
Nominate an outstanding BSW student today! To learn more, click here.
Journal of Gerontological Social Work: Call for Submissions to Special Sections

AGESW’s Journal of Gerontological Social Work has just issued several calls for submissions to upcoming special sections, with due dates ranging from September 30, 2019 through February 29, 2020. Topics include community-based long-term care and independent living services; feminism, gender, and power in later life; trauma in later life; the state of education and training in social work with older adults; advocacy, politics, and policy change; and mid-life influences on late-life outcomes. To learn more, click here.