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"Silver Screen" is a program organized by the Gerontology Student Association at OSU (GSAOSU), which strives to shed light on issues of aging and adult development through screenings of clips from films or television series. Facilitated discussions are led by OSU faculty or graduate students. Silver Screen provides the chance for students to discuss, better understand and appreciate issues in aging.
The Corvallis Chintimini Senior and Community Center, in collaboration with the Gerontology Student Association at OSU (GSAOSU) and the Oregon State IGERT in Aging Sciences, have organized a series of educational seminars on the mastery of aging well at the Senior Center, 2601 NW Tyler Avenue, 97330, 54-766-6959.
Based on the "aging well" modules from the program, graduate students from IGERT, with support from club officers of the GSAOSU, will lead discussions on topics such as depression and nutrition to members of the Senior Center and Corvallis community for mastering how to age well.