Social Sciences Forums

The Erickson School of Aging is grateful for the leadership of UMBC’s Center for Social Science Scholarship for organizing the annual Social Sciences Forum. Founded in 1999, the Social Sciences Forum brings distinguished social scientists to campus each year to present cutting-edge research on topics of vital interest to the social science community at UMBC and beyond. The School of Aging participates in the Social Sciences Forum by bringing experts in the field of aging to present in these forums.


CS3’s Spring 2021 SSF Lecture: The Motivation to Exercise in Age

Candace S. Brown, Assistant Professor of Gerontology, Department of Public Health Sciences, University of North Carolina at Charlotte presented her research on April 6, 2021 in a virtual session that helped viewers understand the role that motivation plays in maintaining an active lifestyle through the lifespan.

Cosponsored by the Doctoral Program in Gerontology, UMBC Athletics, and Sigma Phi Omega, UMBC/UMB Chapter