Student Gerontology Association, University of Southern California

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Welcome to all gerontology students! Whether you are a new face or an old friend, the Student Gerontology Association (SGA) is an organization where those with interests in gerontology have the opportunity to interact with fellow students, Andrus volunteers, USC faculty, and professionals in the field of aging. Through engaging in educational, philanthropic and social activities, SGA strives to achieve its mission in a way that enhances the experience of students as they work through their respective programs. SGA is a unique opportunity for gerontology students to promote issues in aging not only within the Davis School, but throughout the USC campus and surrounding LA community.


Interested in exploring LA? Join us at the LA Art Walk downtown on October 13th. If you need or can give a ride, sign up on our carpool list.

SGA is redesigning its T-shirts! We are giving you the opportunity to submit a new design of your own by October 1st. Please contact Ashley if you are interested, so she can give you the official guidelines.

If you were unable to attend SGA's Second General Meeting of the year, you can watch it online here.

If you were unable to attend SGA's First General Meeting of the year, you can watch it online here.

Join the USC Student Gerontology Association team to continue fundraising and building a strong team for this year's Alzheimer's Association Memory Walk on October 9th! We've already passed our $1000 fundraising goal :) If you need or can give a ride, sign up on our carpool list.

Mark your calendars for all upcoming SGA Events. We have some great ones planned this year!

Welcome the new SGA Cabinet for 2011-2012: President- Ashley Phillips, Vice President- Emily Loynachan, Secretary- Alice Kim, and Treasurer- Cameron Chalfant


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