CASHA: Center for Applied Science in Health and Aging
Engaging in rigorous applied research to promote health, vitality, and human potential in the aging community through innovative education, research, partnerships, and service.
Center for Applied Science in Health and Aging
The Center for Applied Science in Health and Aging (CASHA) will integrate disciplinary perspectives in physical activity, health, human development, and cognitive psychology to optimize human potential. Diverse inter- and intra-disciplinary approaches are essential to applied research because they allow scholars and practitioners to expand their thinking and enrich the co-creation process. In addition, we seek to develop the knowledge, skills, and dispositions of emerging scholars and practitioners by providing experiential and developmental learning opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students. Our team strives to identify, develop, and mobilize social and health innovations in applied research by enhancing well-being, performance, and functioning in the aging community.
To achieve these goals, our team will:
- Engage in rigorous research to promote health, vitality, and human potential in the aging community
- Disseminate findings to inform research, policy, practice, and program development
- Collaborate with community organizations and university partners to identify and address needs in the aging community
- Identify and secure funding through grants, contracts, partnerships, and commercialization
Bingocize receives SNAP-Ed approval, announces new partnership
Jun 11th, 2019
Bingocize®, a health promotion program that combines exercise, health education, and bingo, was recently reviewed by three experts who determined the program should be included in...Read More
CASHA Partners with AARP and the City of Bowling Green to Host a Reception for t...
Apr 1st, 2019
Members of the Over 50 Academy joined in celebration on Wednesday, March 27 to acknowledge their progress and to discuss next steps....Read More
Kentucky Academy of Science awards grant to Bingocize research project
Mar 27th, 2019
WKU junior Andrea Anderson of Benton will spend her summer traveling to senior centers in Kentucky and Tennessee to conduct research on Bingocize® participants....Read More