Welcome to SFU Gerontology
Simon Fraser University offers several comprehensive and innovative programs in Gerontology -- the multidisciplinary study of physical, social and psychological aspects of aging and older adults.
At the graduate level, we have rigorous substantive and research methods curriculum in the MA and PhD programs. The MA program offers students options of a thesis or capstone project, as well as Internship opportunities, and the PhD affords advanced gerontological training. Our Post Baccalaureate Diploma program provides tailored curriculum for individuals intending to gain coursework-based educational training in gerontology. The Minor in Gerontology option is an opportunity for students to supplement their major area of study in this important and expanding field. (Read more)
Neighbourhood Environment and physical activity in older adults Chaudhury, H., Campo, M., Michael, Y., & Mahmood, A. (2016). Social Science &...
Health care equity for ethnic minority older adults S. Koehn; M. Badger http://summit.sfu.ca/item/15148
Gerontology graduate training in North America: Shifting landscapes, innovation and future directions Wister, A., Kadowaki, L., & Barbara Mitchell, B. (2016).
Job Opportunity: Assistant Professor (Department of Gerontology) – Tenure Track --> more info here
On the Move: Wheeling the walk We want to know what you think and assess the usefulness as a Knowledge transfer activity for...
2017 ASRP funding recipients Three of our former grad students - Heather Cooke, Gloria Puurveen and Sarah Wu - have been awarded...
Gerontology Graduate Training in North America: Shifting Landscapes, Innovation and Future Directions August 03, 2016
A report prepared by Andrew Wister, Laura Kadowaki & Barbara Mitchell for and Funded by the...