Kelly Niles-Yokum, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, Gerontology
Coordinator of Behavioral Sciences/Sociology
- B.S., Portland State University (1996)
- M.P.A., Portland State University (1998)
- Ph.D., University of MD, Baltimore County (2006)
- Perspectives on Aging
- Introduction to Sociology
- Ethical Aspects of Aging
- Death, Dying, and Bereavement
- Psychological Aspects of Aging
- Empowerment in late life
- Rural aging
- Death and dying
- Public policy and aging
- Niles-Yokum, K & Wagner, D.L. (2011). The Aging Networks: A Guide to Programs and Services, 7th Ed.. Springer Publishing. New York, NY.
- Neal, M.B., Wagner, D.L., Bonn, K. and Niles-Yokum, K. (2007) Caring from a Distance: Contemporary Care Issues. In, Martin-Matthews & Phillips (Eds.), Aging and Caring at the Intersection of Work and Home Life: Blurring the Boundaries. Psychology Press.
- Wagner, D.L & Niles, K. (2006). In, Ham, Goins, and Brown (Eds.), Caregiving in a Rural Context. Service Delivery to Rural Older Adults: Research, Policy, and Practice. New York: Springer.