Special USC Village “Sneak Peek” Tour

Celebrating the USC Emeriti Center’s 39th Anniversary serving our USC retirees, a special USC Village “sneak peek” tour took place with over 100 attendees. We were also privileged to view several new residence hall rooms.

The USC Village officially opens on August 17th. 

USC Day of SCupport

Throughout the years, our USC faculty and staff have supported our first-generation students from the surrounding neighborhoods with Caldwell Scholarships. As retirees, they continue to provide funding to these special students and host a lunch for them twice a year. Please join us by supporting these students (or any other USC cause near to your heart) during the special USC Day of SCupport on (or after) May 4th.

Your support of the Emeriti Center and your specific retiree association (RFA or SRA) would also be greatly appreciated. Any amount will count! Let’s see how many of us can join together during the month of May to support our favorite USC causes.

To donate: Online: giveto.usc.edu Phone: 877-GIVE USC

Text: “EMERITI” to the number 41444 on your smart phone

Click the photo to view the Caldwell video.

General Meeting – June 16, 2017

A short business meeting included re-election of current SRA officers for the next two years. Then, Jeffrey de Caen discussed the development and construction of the Glorya Kaufman Center located next door to the URC. He showed slides and videos and held a Q&A before leading our group on a very personalized tour of this innovative and extraordinary new building.

Board Meeting Minutes – February 17, 2017

Present: Janette Brown, Fred Dear, David Donovan, Linda Forman, Bill Givens, Jill Hopkins, Connie Horak, Dixon Johnson, Calvin Lau, Dick Martin, Howard Saperston, Harriet Servis, Donna Simmons, Lynn Williams.

Distinguished Lecture: “Economic Consequences of Immigration” – Feb 10

On February 10, the USC Retired Faculty Association and the USC Emeriti Center presented the Distinguished Lecture and Academic Sherry Hour:

The Economic Consequences of Immigration for the Future

The monthly lecture featured, Professor Dowell Myers
Professor of Policy, Planning and Demography
USC Price School of Public Policy. Sixty-eight students, retirees, faculty and staff attended the event at Doheny Memorial Library on February 10 from 3 to 5 pm. Professor Myers was informative, humorous and engaging and his question and answer period enthralled all.

Join us in March when our speaker will be USC Professor Laurie Brand,Robert Grandford Wright Professor and Professor of International Relations and Middle East Studies at the USC Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences