Seeking educators of undergrads who address aging in the classroom

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    Erin Lamb

    Greetings colleagues,

    I am writing to ask for your help in completing a brief survey about teaching age studies.  I am looking to find respondents who both:

    •  teach undergraduates (baccalaureate or associate level) in the American higher education system, and
    • address the topics of aging, old age, and/or ageism in those undergraduate classrooms, even if only briefly or tangentially

    The survey link is:

    I will need all responses by Friday, April 3rd.

    Data collected from this survey will be presented at the North American Network in Aging Studies (NANAS) conference at Miami University in May 2015. This survey has been reviewed by the Hiram College Institutional Review Board.

    If you are connected with other listservs that might reach instructors who fit the two above criteria, I would be most grateful if you would share this message.  If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me at

    I thank you very much for your time and consideration!

    Erin Lamb

    Erin Gentry Lamb
    Associate Professor and Chair of Biomedical Humanities
    Director, Center for Literature and Medicine
    Hiram College
    Mahan House
    P.O. Box 67
    Hiram, OH 44234
    (330) 569-6139


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