On Friday, September 30, Mather LifeWays Institute on Aging will host the 2016 Chicagoland Research Symposium
for researchers in the field of aging. NORC Senior Research Scientist Louise Hawkley
will be giving a featured presentation, "Social Aging for Life." Hawkley will discuss the importance of social relationships, engagement, and what they mean for health and well-being, and what research is needed to help individuals and organizations better address the challenges of social aging and health.
This half-day symposium is open to all interested researchers, and there is no cost to attend. Preregistration is required.
From Mather WayLifeWays Institute: Take advantage of this unique opportunity to network with other local researchers to exchange ideas, discuss current projects, and perhaps plant seeds for partnerships.
You’ll hear from leading researchers in the field of aging, and have a chance to browse poster presentations or present a poster on your own research.
To learn more, see the full schedule, and register, visit the Mather LifeWays Insitute on Aging site.