Ellen M. Gee Memorial Lecture

The lectures are held as close to the anniversary of Ellen’s death as possible. Further contributions to enhance the endowment fund are welcomed. Make cheques payable to:
The Ellen M. Gee Memorial Lectures in Gerontology Fund
Simon Fraser University Gerontology Research Centre,
#2800 – 515 West Hastings St.
Vancouver BC,  V6B 5K3.
Tax deductible receipts will be issued by the SFU Advancement Office.

14th Annual Ellen M. Gee Memorial Lecture (2016):
“Stress, Military Service, and Optimal Aging”

13th Annual Ellen M. Gee Memorial Lecture (2015):
"Integrative Longitudinal Lifespan Research and Within-person Assessment in the Age of Precision Medicine"

12th Annual Ellen M. Gee Memorial Lecture (2014):
"The Changing Profile of Aging Families in Canada: Why Demographic Shifts in Immigration and Ethnic Diversity Matter"

11th Annual Ellen M. Gee Memorial Lecture (2013):
"Who Cares? Aging Boomers and Caregiving Policy in Canada"

10th Annual Ellen M. Gee Memorial Lecture (2012):
"Age, Generation and the Contested Terrain of Social Policy"

9th Annual Ellen M. Gee Memorial Lecture (2011):
"Voices of Canadian Chinese Older Adults: Implications for Policy and Practice in a Culturally Diverse Aging Society"

8th Annual Ellen M. Gee Memorial Lecture (2010):
"The Increasing Complexity of Personal Retirement Risk Management: Who is Doing Well and Who Needs Help"

7th Annual Ellen M. Gee Memorial Lecture (2009):
"Thriving in Older Age"

6th Annual Ellen M. Gee Memorial Lecture (2008):
“Filial Responsibility Across Cultures: Attitudes vs Behaviours Among Caucasian-Canadian, Chinese-Canadian and Hong Kong-Chinese Families”

5th Annual Ellen M. Gee Memorial Lecture (2007):
“Good Places to Grow Old: Reflections on Age-Friendly Rural Communities”

4th Annual Ellen M. Gee Memorial Lecture (2006):
“Who's Family and Whose Work?: Blurring the Boundaries in Caring for our Elderly Relatives”

3rd Annual Ellen M. Gee Memorial Lecture (2005):
“The Aging of the Baby Boomers: Health Care Crises and Lifestyle Paradoxes”

2nd Annual Ellen M. Gee Memorial Lecture (2004):
“Sentenced by a Metaphor: Living with Age ”

1st Annual Ellen M. Gee Memorial Lecture (2003):
“The Longevity Revolution”