Certificate of Graduate Study
The interdisciplinary gerontology certificate fosters educational, research, and service activities pertinent to aging. It is open to any NIU graduate student or graduate student-at-large in good academic standing in the university. A minimum GPA of 3.00 in all certificate courses, and completion of all certificate course work within six calendar years are required. A student wishing to pursue this certificate must apply to the gerontology program.
Faculty Associates Susan Bowers, associate professor of family, consumer, and nutrition sciences, Ph.D.
Carolinda Douglass, associate professor of allied health professions, Ph.D.
Lisa M. Finkelstein, associate professor of psychology, Ph.D.
Judith Hertz, associate professor of nursing, Ph.D.
Pamela Macfarlane, professor of kinesiology and physical education, Ph.D.
Donna Munroe, associate professor of nursing, Ph.D.
Allen Ottens, associate professor of counseling, adult and higher education, Ph.D.
Aimee D. Prawitz, associate professor of family, consumer, and nutrition sciences, Ph.D.
John F. Stolte, professor emeritus of sociology, Ph.D.
Josephine Umoren, associate professor of family, consumer, and nutrition sciences, Ph.D.