Professional Associations

The Gerontology Institute’s staff and students are involved with the following professional organizations dedicated to the field of aging.

www.asaging.org
The site of this national membership association of professionals from many disciplines in the field of aging contains information about the association's resources, publications, and more. There is a job bulletin board.
www.geron.org
The site of this national membership association of professionals from all disciplines in aging contains information about the society's mission, history, publications, and programs. It maintains AgeWork, an online job bulletin board.
www.aghe.org
AGHE is a national membership association of colleges and universities and other organizations interested in gerontological education and research. The site provides information about careers in aging, fellowship and scholarship opportunities, and the association's programs and services, including a national database and a Directory of Educational Programs in Gerontology and Geriatrics.
www.ncoa.org
The site of this national association of organizations and professionals in aging contains information about the association's programs, services, and advocacy endeavors.
www.southerngerontologicalsociety.org
The Southern Gerontological Society is a network of the South's most respected gerontology professionals. Southern Gerontological Society (SGS) members are educators, aging network personnel, researchers, health professionals, and policy makers. SGS provides the bridge between research and practice, translating and applying knowledge in the field of aging. - See more at: http://www.southerngerontologicalsociety.org/#sthash.oi9FevWz.dpuf
www.georgiagerontologysociety.org
The GGS was founded as a membership organization of people with a common interest in the field of aging. This site includes: information and resource exchange, annual meetings and conferences, advocacy for public and social policy development.