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Livestream event

Grad School Livestream Q&A on January 9, 2019!

Are you applying for a graduate program (MA or PhD) offered by the Department of Health, Aging & Society? Do you have questions about our graduate programs or the application process? Join our Livestream Q&A as we answer your questions!

Dec 12, 2018

The Department of Health, Aging & Society invites all potential applicants (for September 2019 entry) to join our LAST Livestream Q&A for this application period as we answer your questions about our three graduate programs: MA in Health & Aging, PhD in Health & Society, and PhD in Social Gerontology.  Applications are now being accepted!


Wednesday, January 9, 2019

3:30 - 4:30 PM (Eastern Standard Time)

All are welcome!


JOIN:  Health, Aging & Society Livestream Q&A  (if requested, the event password is:  hasevent)


  • To access on your mobile device: Download the FREE "Cisco Webex Meetings App" (available in the Apple App Store or Google Play Store)

  • To access on your laptop or desktop computer: Follow the Add-On download instructions per your Internet browser. Recommended browser: Google Chrome

  • Once you have successfully downloaded the app (for mobile devices) or Add-On (for laptop or desktop computer), you will be asked to enter a username for the event.


Three panelists will be answering your questions for this session:

  • Dr. Gavin Andrews, Graduate Chair & Acting Department Chair

  • Kristine Espiritu, Graduate Administrative Assistant

  • Stephanie Hatzifilalithis, Year 3 PhD Candidate in Social Gerontology


IMPORTANT: Use the "Q&A" function to ask your questions. See instructions below.

  1. Send your questions at any time during the session by using the "Q&A" function near the bottom right corner of your screen.

  2. Type in your question and click "Send".

  3. You will receive a reply to let you know your question has been received.

  4. Wait for your question to be answered live by one of the panelists.

  5. Submit questions as often as you would like. We will try to answer as many questions as possible during the one-hour session.


NOTE:  This Livestream event may be recorded. Please be aware that any materials entered, exchanged, or viewed by participants during the session may be recorded.