Developed by a team dedicated to educating and growing care for older adults, this blog, Gero at FranU, is a reliable resource for up-to-date information on healthy aging as well as gerontology initiatives at Franciscan Missionaries of Our Lady University in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
Our mission is to prepare culturally informed servant leaders in gerontology and healthy, active, and successful aging.
Comprised of some of the most talented minds in gerontology, the FranU Gerontology team is a group of intensely talented and passionate researchers and educators. Meet the members of our team: Lindsay B. Mullins, BSN, MSN-FNP, PhD David Reed, PhD Katherine (Kathy) Curry Rachael Abadie, BSN, RN-BC
As a premier Catholic institution in the Southeast, Franciscan Missionaries of Our Lady University, formerly Our Lady of the Lake College, provides dedicated students a rigorous and formative education that prepares them to be highly-skilled professionals, integrated thinkers and faith-filled citizens. The University was founded in 1923 by the Franciscan Missionaries of Our Lady (FMOL) and is faithful to its mission grounded in Franciscan values. Accredited to award doctorate, master’s, bachelor’s and associate degrees, the University has an enrollment of approximately 1,400 students and offers degrees in nursing, health sciences, humanities, behavioral and natural sciences. To learn more about Franciscan University, visit www.franu.edu.