News from the USC Retiree Community
November 10, 2015
Join the USC retiree community for the
10th Annual USC Retirement Community Holiday Breakfast
Friday, December 4, 2015
Town & Gown
8:30 a.m. Check-in
9:00 a.m. Breakfast (sit-down-served)
We are pleased to have Parmer Fuller, Adjunct Professor of Vocal Arts, and his students from the
USC Thornton School of Music who will again provide a creative and entertaining musical program. To RSVP
November 9, 2015
Provost Michael Quick hosted the annual Retired Faculty Retirement Luncheon in Town and Gown on Monday, November 9. Retired faculty were honored for a cumulative 1766 years of service from 61 faculty who served an average of 27 years at USC. The longest serving faculty this year is Professor Gregory Davis of Earth Sciences who served 53 years.
All retired faculty are invited to attend this November luncheon each year; it’s a good way to meet new colleagues and reengage with friends.
Professor and Dean Emeritus, Robert R. Scales from the School of Dramatic Arts was honored at the Provost’s Luncheon with the Paul Hadley Award for Service to USC.The award includes a $500 stipend.
The next big event for the Retiree Community is the Holiday Breakfast in Town & Gown on Friday, December 4 at 8:30 a.m. The breakfast is free for those who are active members of the RFA (Retired Faculty Association) and SRA (Staff Retirement Association).
November 8, 2015
The Emeriti Center is now located at the University Religious Center (URC).
Sandwiched between the University Church and the new Glorya Kaufman School of Dance, the URC is a striking Post-and-Beam Mid-Century Modern building designed by Killingsworth, Brady and Associates and built in 1965.
USC Emeriti Center New Address:
University Religious Center
835 W. 34th Street, URC 103
Los Angeles, CA 90089-0751
Sharing our mailing address with the Emeriti Center, SRA, RFA, and AROHE.org are the Academic Senate and the Staff Assembly making this new location a connecting bridge between faculty and staff leadership and a host of opportunities for generating valuable USC pre-retirement and postretirement activities.
Life After Retirement
Bob is currently as busy as he was as a full-time professor at USC. Because staying intellectually involved in life has been an important part of his retirement, he has remained an active part of the community as Chairman Emeritus on … Continue reading
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