News Category: aging


Dr. Jacqueline Angel Op-Ed: We Need to Better Prepare for an Aging and Hispanic America

Oct. 9, 2019

We know world population projections call for a rise in the number of people 60 years or older from 900 million to 2 billion by 2050. What we do not know is what we are going to do with all of them. Read more.

New UT PRC Texas Aging & Longevity Center Led by CHASP Faculty Fellows

Jan. 24, 2019

[Exerpt from UT Austin New Aging & Longevity Center to Address Future Needs of Texas’ Growing Elderly Population, 1/24/19] Nearly 15 percent of Texans — 4 million people — are 65 or older, and by 2040, older adults will make up more than a fifth of the population. This growing population is likely to present new challenges that researchers within the university’s Texas Aging & Longevity Center (TALC) are prepared to take on.

New Book by Dr. Jacqueline Angel, The Politics of a Majority-Minority Nation: Aging, Diversity, and Immigration

Sept. 5, 2018

Will the United States be prepared by 2050, when its older population doubles and we become a majority-minority society? CHASP Faculty Fellow and The University of Texas at Austin LBJ School of Public Affairs and College of Liberal Arts faculty, Dr. Jacqueline Angel, and her colleague Dr.

Real Social Policy Challenges, Real Clients: The LBJ School Policy Research Project

May 2, 2018

LBJ School of Public Affairs masters students have opportunities to develop their research and policymaking skills through a cornerstone class called the Policy Research Project (PRP).

Over the past year, CHASP Faculty Fellows led several PRPs where students tackled key social policy questions and challenges while partnering with real clients:

Dr. Jacqueline Angel Named a Next Avenue’s Top 50 Influencer in Aging for 2017

Oct. 10, 2017

Congratulations to CHASP faculty fellow and LBJ School of Public Affairs professor Dr. Jacqueline Angel, named one of Next Avenue’s Top 50 Influencers in Aging for 2017.

The 50 influencers are top advocates, researchers, thought leaders, innovators, writers and experts who “continue to push beyond traditional boundaries and change our understanding of what it means to grow older.”

Dr. Jacqueline Angel Releases New Book on Challenges of Caring for the Aging

June 28, 2017

Many families will have to make difficult decisions about aging family members at some point in their lives, considering options like institutionalization, palliative care, and even physician-assisted death. In her latest book, CHASP faculty fellow and LBJ School professor Dr. Jacqueline Angel, with colleague Dr. Ronald Angel, examines a range of difficult issues commonly faced during the family life course via a series of vignettes about a fictional family relating to the treatment of a seriously ill parent.

CHASP Faculty at LBJ School Innovation Bound 2017

Feb. 8, 2017

Each year, the LBJ School of Public Affairs recognizes its distinguished scholars and the contributions to their fields through their published works at Innovation Bound.

CHASP is honored to have several affiliated faculty whose work is being celebrated at this year’s event on February 8, 2017:

Dr. Jacqueline Angel: 2016 International Conference on Aging in the Americas

Sept. 12, 2016

LBJ professor and CHASP faculty associate, Dr. Jacqueline Angel, is the co-organizer of the annual International Conference on Aging of the Americas being held on September 14-16, 2016, and Principal Investigator of the NIH/NIA conference related grant.

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