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Aging Research Colloquium Series for Spring 2009

January 9, 2009

The CSU community, general public, and individuals who work in professions that serve older adults and their families are invited to learn about some of the latest research work conducted at CSU and other universities in the nation at a monthly seminar series.

The Aging Research Colloquium Series, or ARCS, features cutting-edge research in aging from a multidisciplinary perspective.

Understanding the aging process

The overall goal of ARCS is to help people gain a better understanding of the complexities of the human aging process, including the potential for well aging as well as the limitations that may be set by illness and unfavorable living conditions.

The Aging Research Colloquium Series is organized by the Colorado State University Center on Aging in the College of Applied Human Sciences.

The seminars are generally scheduled for the second Monday of each month from 12–1 p.m. (you are welcome to bring a lunch).

Schedule for Spring 2009

Feb. 9: “Is age a risk or a resilience factor when adults experience daily stress?” Manfred Diehl, professor and director, Center on Aging, and Department of Human Development and Family Studies, Colorado State University. 213-215 Lory Student Center.

March 9: “Vida Tranquila II: A cognitive behavioral intervention for older Latino primary care patients with generalized anxiety disorder.” Louise Quijano, assistant professor, School of Social Work, Colorado State University. 213-215 Lory Student Center.

April 13: “Brain responses to emotional stimuli: Effects of age and voluntary cognitive control.” Michael Kisley, associate professor, Department of Psychology, University of Colorado at Colorado Springs. 211E Lory Student Center.

April 27: “Exercise and sex hormone regulation of vascular aging.” Kerrie Moreau, assistant professor, Division of Geriatrics, University of Colorado-Denver. Please note room change to 101 Gifford Hall.


For more information, please contact: Benjamin Miller, Department of Health and Exercise, or Manfred Diehl, director Center on Aging,

Contact: Manfred Diehl
Phone: (970) 491-1767