Julie L Masters, Ph.D.
- Department Chairperson
- Gerontology, Public Affairs and Community Service
- CPACS 211
- Tel: 402.554.3953
- Email: email@example.com
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Julie Masters is professor and chair of the department of gerontology at the University of Nebraska Omaha. She also holds the Terry Haney Chair of Gerontology. Julie teaches courses on the Omaha and Lincoln campuses. She also supervises honors students and doctoral students interested in end of life issues.
Courses taught include:
Death and Dying
Dying, Death and Grieving
Psychology of Adult Development and Aging
Introduction to Gerontology
Research and Creative Interests
End of Life Planning,
AseraCare Foundation Board, Lincoln, NE,
Eastern Nebraska Office on Aging, Advisory Council
Home Instead Center for Successful Aging Advisory Group
Office of Public Guardian - State of Nebraska
Planning Committee – Aging with Passion and Purpose
Ph D - Community and Human Resources - Gerontology and Counseling
University of Nebraska Lincoln (Lincoln, NE) 1997
Recognition for Contribution to Students (Teaching) 2018
Mortar Board Professor of the Month (Teaching) 2017
Spirit of St. Francis Award (Service, Community) 2016
Terry Haney Chair of Gerontology (Service, Community) 2016
Distinguished Graduate Award (Service, Community) 2015
Omniron Delta Kappa Faculty Member (Scholarship/Research) 2013
New Cassel - Lempka Leadership Award (Service, Community) 2011
Honor Initiate (Teaching) 2008
Outstanding Teaching Award, (Teaching) 2005
Outstanding Educator Award - Small Class (Teaching) 2004
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