Fellowship — the highest class of membership within the society — is an acknowledgment of outstanding and continuing work in the field of gerontology. Fellowship recognition can come at varying points in a career and can acknowledge a broad scope of activity; research, teaching, administration, public service, practice, and notable participation within the society.  Fellowship carries a certificate and lapel pin commemorating your status and achievements. Both of these are presented at the Society's Annual Meeting, during the Section Community Meetings.

GSA encourages its fellows to use the “FGSA” designation — which stands for Fellow of The Gerontological Society of America — when listing their academic credentials after their name.

For more information about fellowship, please review our fellowship nomination pages, list of current fellows, or Contact Us.

Get To Know Your Fellows

We met up with some prominent GSA fellows to ask them what they thought about GSA.  Photographed at the GSA 64th Annual Scientific Meeting, see the fellow snapshots below (click image to view full size).

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