Center for Health Aging established

As a generation of baby boomers nears retirement, aging issues and planning to care for a growing number of seniors involves a number of academic disciplines.To that end, UNG has established the Center for Healthy Aging, an academic center focused on providing a community-based organization that will provide quality education and services to older adults in the north Georgia region.

“I am excited about the synergy that will be created by having an interdisciplinary center that brings together our academic programs from several colleges and our community partners for a holistic approach to healthy aging,” said Dr. Chaudron Gille, vice provost of Academic Affairs at UNG.