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Join UMUC's Online Gerontology and Social Sciences Student Club, BEHS 900!
- Meet fellow students
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- Discuss current topics in gerontology
- Learn about UMUC's social sciences honor society
Membership is free and open to any UMUC student with an interest in gerontology; you do not have to be a gerontology major to join.
UMUC's Guide to Gerontology Resources includes recommended databases, Web sites, books, E-books, and other gerontology related information.
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The New Old Age
New York Times blog by journalist Jane Gross focuses on the elderly and the challenges faced by adult children who care for them:
Publish Your Gerontology Research
Have you written an "A" paper that won praise from a professor? Maybe the professor has even told you, "You should publish this!"
Publishing an article in a peer-reviewed, undergraduate research journal is a prestigious and achievable goal. It will shine on your resume or graduate shool application, and you will hone your research and writing skills as your write and revise a paper for publication.
The library's guide, Publish Your Undergraduate Research: Social Sciences & Gerontology can help you get your name in print!