GRITS - Gerontologists Rooted In The South
The award seeks to maintain and stimulate interest in the history of SGS, and perpetuate the legacy of past and present members, including recognition of their achievements in the field of gerontology, their contributions to enhancing the lives of elders in the SGS region, and their service as role models for future generations interested in the advancement of knowledge and practice in the field of aging.
- Awardees must demonstrate evidence of significant contributions to the field of aging and the development of gerontology in the South through research, teaching, administration, advocacy, or practice.
- Awardees must demonstrate evidence of significant contributions to the Southern Gerontological Society.
If the above criteria has been met and you have all necessary information ready you can submit your application for this scholarship award by clicking on the button below and completing the application form.
Nominations For This Award Are Closed
The GRITS Hall of Fame
Please Note: Ronald Aday won in 2022 but will be recognized at the 2023 Annual Meeting & Conference.
Dr. Lorin A.