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The Erickson School @ UMBC began with a vision to educate the next generation of aging services professionals. The program – the only one of its kind in the country to combine business management, public policy and the study of human aging – was designed to meet the real-world demand for educated, innovative leaders in the longevity market.

Our mission is to prepare a community of leaders who will use their education to improve society by enhancing the lives of older adults.

We invite you to learn more about our academic programs, cutting edge research, and continuing professional development.


Tony Mullen

Remembering Tony Mullen

The Erickson School and senior’s housing lost a friend, pioneer and champion with the recent death of Tony Mullen. For those of you who did not know Tony, Dean Ronch asked Kevin Heffner (’16) and former Director of External Relations, to share his reflections on how Tony helped to create the field of senior’s housing and research and the Erickson School as we know them today.
A Letter From a Friend

National Investment Center NIC, announced at their Fall 2018 Conference a new, endowed scholarship fund in memory of Tony Mullen, a NIC co-founder. Fellow co-founder Robert Kramer said an initial goal of $400,000 in donations and pledges has already been met to endow studies at the Erickson School at the University of Maryland-Baltimore County. For more information on the Anthony Mullen Scholarship Fund, please contact Dr. Dana Burr Bradley bradleyd@umbc.edu.


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