Summer 1978. The Center for Studies in Aging, North Texas State University, announces its 1978 Summer Institute. Ten two-week courses will be offered for graduate credit or C.E.U.'s. Sessions will run from June 12 through August 4. A limited number of tuition grants are available for registered nurses. Of particular interest to the nursing pro- fession are Exercise Physiology and Planning for the Elderly; and Institu- tionalization and the Elderly, both from June 12-23. Contact the Director, Sum- mer Institute, Center for Studies in Aging, North Texas State University, P.O. Box 13438, Denton, Texas 76203. Telephone: 817-788-2179.
February 25-26. The National Sym- posium on Aging, The University of California, San Francisco Schools of Dentistry, Medicine, Nursing and Pharmacy, and Continuing Education Health Sciences presents a two-day symposium. Fees: $80 Physicians (with credit); $65 General; $35 Fulltime stu- dents (I.D. or letter of verification required); and $35 Senior Citizens over 65 years of age.
The Department of Family Health Care Nursing, University of California, San Francisco School of Nursing, has been awarded a three-year Advanced Nurse Training Grant with graduate cur- riculum in Long Term/Gerontological Nursing. Dr. Jeanne C. Hallburg is Project Director, Dr. Elizabeth G. Nichols is Project Coordinator. Pro- grams at both the masters and doctoral level are available. For further informa- tion, write Elizabeth G. Nichols, Project Coordinator, N-405-J, School of Nurs- ing, University of California, San Fran- cisco, California 94143.
February 24, 1978. Merging Profes- sional Responsibilities, the Person with a Terminal Illness and the Family. A symposium for health and human services professionals. Sponsored by the University of Maryland Professional Schools: Law; Medicine; Nursing; So cial Work and Community Planning Pharmacy; Dentistry; and Maryland League for Nursing. To be held at the Center for Adult Education, Univers» of Maryland, College Park, Maryland^ Contact: Maryland League for Nursing 1211 Cathedral St., Baltimore, Mar land 21201; telephone: 301-528-7622.
February 2-4, 1978. The Second Tar be Parkinson's Disease, Symposium Aging and Neuroendocrine Relation ships. Southpark Inn, Lubbock, Texa Write to: Dr. David Potter, Prograii Chairman Department of Pharmacol] ogv, Texas Tech University, School Medicine, Lubbock, Texas 79409; tele phone: 806-743-2425.
February 13, 1978. Aging from Birth *a Death, Shoreham-American Hotel! Washington, D.C., Write: Professe Matilde White Riley, Dept. of Sociolog and Anthropology, Bowdoin College! Brunswick, Maine 04011.
May 18, 19, and 20, 1978. The Familj and Older Persons: Policy, Research| Practice. Grove Park Inn, Asheville North Carolina 28804. Sponsored by th^ Center for the Study of Aging and Human Development, Duke Univer| sity. For further information write Conference Coordinator, Box 3003 Duke Medical Center, Durham, Nort Carolina 27710.
January 10-February 14. CN 446 Biol ogy of Aging. Sponsored by Valencia Community College, Orlando. To held at Orange Memorial Hospital,! Orlando, Florida. Contact: Laura Kor^] nick, Coordinator, Box 3028, Orlando,! Florida. Contact Hours: 18; Fee: $10.
June 8 to 10, 1978.1978 Ν CSC Conven- tion Moved to Washington. The Na- tional Council of Senior Citizens has shifted its 14th Constitutional Conven- tion from Kansas City, Missouri, to Washington, D.C. next summer because Missouri has failed to ratify the Equal Rights Amendment. The Convention will be held at the Washington Hilton Hotel in Washington, June 8 to 10, rather than in May in Kansas City, Acting President James Carbray of Whittier, California, announced.