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Carson College of Business Granger Cobb Institute for Senior Living

Granger Cobb
Institute for Senior Living

Naming Ceremony

Education. Service. Research.

Serving as a transdisciplinary global institute
for operations excellence in senior living


Please join us in celebrating the naming of the
Granger Cobb Institute for Senior Living
Public ceremony at 4 p.m. in Pullman, WA
in the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art
Reception to follow

Please RSVP here

 

Airport Information

Pullman Airport
Lewiston Airport
Spokane Airport


Granger Cobb Institute For Senior Living

Granger Cobb was a pioneer of senior living and always put people first. From owning one community in 1989 through becoming the CEO of Emeritus and a Brookdale board member, Granger was always gracious and grounded. He shared his passion for seniors and their families as a board member of industry groups such as Argentum, NIC, and ASHA as well as by teaching students in the senior living program at Washington State University. He touched countless lives, and his legacy will live on through the Granger Cobb Institute for Senior Living.

 


Where the Institute will take us

  • Serve as a source for research that will impact daily operations, improving lives for all stakeholders
  • Partner with industry leaders to maintain curricular relevance within the senior living program at Washington State University
  • Put Senior Living Management at the forefront of student career options

 


Help Support Us

 

Contact Us

Nancy Swanger
Director
swanger@wsu.edu
(509) 335-2443
Michelle Snyder
Development Assistant Director

mlipsker@wsu.edu
(509) 335-0916
Darcie Bagott
Program Coordinator
darcie.bagott@wsu.edu
(509) 335-6387
Scott Eckstein
Clinical Assistant Professor
Senior Living Executive-In-Residence
scott.eckstein@wsu.edu
(424) 262-1288

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Quotes
from
Colleagues

“Throughout my career, I have been exposed to many types of leaders. I have come to believe the greatest leaders are born that way. It is in their DNA. If you ever met or spent time with Granger you know he is one of those individuals who had that special leadership ‘gene.’ It is hard to articulate what actually made him such an incredible leader. …It was simply his being.”

“Granger touched people deeply. He knew that trusting them, and supporting them with the best operational practices were essential. I loved working with him and love extending his legacy through education.”

“It was truly an honor to have Argentum launch his legacy program, I hope the next generation of senior living providers have his heart and spirit.”

Washington State University