Since 1988, the IOA has hosted an annual event known as the Institute on Aging Colloquium. It is free and open to the public, and now attracts a full-capacity crowd each year from the campus and community. Local researchers showcase cutting-edge science in diverse aspects of aging through talks and poster exhibits, while many organizations from the community provide a Health and Resource Fair. The program additionally includes a Keynote Address by an internationally recognized leader on current and critical topics of aging as well as presentation of New Investigator Awards to junior scholars.
32nd Institute on Aging Annual Colloquium
Date: Thursday, September 22, 2022
Time: 8:00 am – 1:30 pm
Location: Gordon Dining & Event Center (2nd Floor) | 770 W. Dayton St., Madison, WI 53706
Showcasing the latest research and resources on positive aging, with Speakers, a Poster Session, and a Health & Resource Fair.
The event is free and open to the public. Registration is closed for the 2022 event.
- Location & Parking
- Event Schedule
- Venue Floor Plan
- Speakers & Talks
- Health & Resource Fair Exhibitors
- Poster Session & New Investigator Awards
Gordon Dining & Event Center
770 W. Dayton St., Madison, WI 53706 | (on the corner of W. Dayton St and N. Lake, 3 blocks south of the campus end of State St.)
The first floor of Gordon is a public dining hall. The second floor is the event center, all of which has been reserved for the Colloquium.
See the event location on the UW–Madison campus map
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Several public parking lots, both campus & city run, are available within 1-3 blocks of the event. All of them are self-pay.
UW Campus Parking:
- If you have questions about a campus parking permit for which you have already applied, contact UW Transportation Services at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (608) 263-6667.
- View general information about visitor parking on campus.
- View real-time campus parking availability.
Other Public Parking:
Other nearby public parking ramps are available. These ramps are not managed by the university and cannot be reserved in advance.
- If campus parking is full, we recommend using the State Street Campus Garage, which has over 1,000 public parking spaces. Entrances are located at 415 N. Lake St. (Lake St. side) and 430 N. Frances St. (Frances St. side).
- View all public parking ramps managed by the city of Madison.
The event is also easily accessible via city buses. See the City of Madison Metro guide.
Thanks to Our Sponsors
Attic Angel Community – A community that provides high-quality services in a caring and personalized atmosphere that respects the dignity, encourages the independence, and enhances the quality of life of each resident.
BrightStar Care – Offers medical and non-medical homecare along with medical staffing solutions to healthcare organizations of all sizes. From personal care to companion care, BrightStar Care services enable seniors and others to live independently in their homes as long as possible.
Oakwood Village – A locally-operated, faith-based, not-for-profit serving older adults for nearly 75 years. Oakwood offers independent living apartment homes, assisted living, memory care and short-term rehabilitation on two beautiful campuses in Madison.
Senior Helpers – A premier provider for senior homecare. We offer tailored services ranging from companion care for seniors looking for assistance with daily activities to specialized care for those with Alzheimer’s, Dementia, Parkinson’s and other chronic diseases. We also provide case management services for clients and families as well as training for our community partners.
Visiting Angels – A non-medical in home care company. Visiting Angels assist anyone 18 years and older with activities of daily living and anything from companionship, errands, meal prep, personal care and bed-bound care through end of life care. They make it possible for people to stay home, where they prefer to be through all stages of aging.
Waunakee Manor – We are a continuum of care in Waunakee – an independent living, assisted living, and skilled nursing home. We provide long-term care options for seniors, as well as short-term rehabilitation stays. We also have options for those who use a ventilator.
Poster Session & New Investigator Awards
The Poster Session features posters on various aging-related topics dealing with psychosocial, biomedical, and clinical/applied research. Posters are presented by faculty, research scientists, postdocs, and graduate students.
Awards are given to UW–Madison students or advanced trainees to recognize outstanding achievement in aging or life course studies. Winners receive a $500 award and their research is showcased in the event’s Poster Session.