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Information and Resources for Faculty

The Wyoming Center on Aging (WyCOA) provides educational opportunities for Wyoming teaching faculty whose focus or interest is geriatrics. We offer resources in gerontology education and interdisciplinary geriatric training via lectures, conferences, newsletters, and links to other information.

WyCOA also offers:

  • Faculty Development in Interprofessional Care and Aging Mini-Grants

    Empowering faculty to develop or advance their expertise in geriatrics/gerontology. These awards are given each fall and spring semester. Possible projects include: travel funds to attend a national conference on aging or interprofessional care (IP); tuition to enroll in a mini-fellowship in aging or interprofessional care at a University or Institute; tuition for travel support for academic programs/courses in aging or interprofessional care; support of online self-directed study in aging or interprofessional care; support for a mini-fellowship of clinical/experiential work in aging or interprofessional care (e.g., working with a mentor on a topic involving aging or IP, participating in a clinical project involving aging or IP, working within an interdisciplinary team on an aging project, developing a course with an aging or IP component with experts in the field); building a geriatric or interprofessional care library, bibliography, film series, workshop series, etc. for a specific course/group/environment.

  • Information and Resources on Aging

    Information and resources are provided on various aging-related topics.

  • Older Adult Research Participant Pool

    For access to the older adult research participant pool email or call 307-766-2829 for more information.

  • Networking Opportunities and Research Collaboration

    WyCOA offers multiple opportunities for networking and research collaboration.

  • Geriatric Clinical Services and Research Survey 2018

    WyCOA is reaching out across campus to learn who is currently involved in clinical or other professional service with older adults. Additionally, we would like to identify faculty who are conducting aging-focused research so that we can develop research resources related to aging and Geriatrics. Our goal is to increase collaboration between geriatric service providers and researchers within the University of Wyoming. Email or call (307) 766-2829 if you would like to participate in this survey.


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Wyoming Center on Aging

1000 E University Ave

Laramie, WY 82071

Phone: 307-766-2829


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