News from the USC Retiree Community

Oliver Mayer’s Big Dog on Campus Feb. 26, 2016

January 31, 2016



Join us for an exciting afternoon rich in Trojan Family tradition just prior to Visions & Voices Microlibraries in the Everywhere. Children are welcome to attend alongside children from our USC neighborhood.


Friday, February 26, 2016 1:00pm-2:00pm

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USC Hosts American Council on Education January Conference

January 26, 2016

The American Council on Education Conference: Sharing the Knowledge: Navigating Retirement Transitions took place at the Radisson Hotel on January 11-12, 2016. Academic colleagues and higher education professionals facing the issue of aging faculty cohorts gathered to hear about best practices for retirement transitions and beyond from the ACE/Sloan grant winners. This was a culminating conference highlighting more than four years of research.

Provost Michael Quick welcomed the attendees and the USC Emeriti Center and retired USC faculty and staff served as hosts. The last presentation of the conference featured Assistant Vice Provost, Janette Brown and UC Davis Retiree Center Director, Sue Barnes who explored best practices, discussed the importance of campus retiree centers and polled the audience for responses. Continue reading

Nominate a Deserving USC Staff Retiree

January 24, 2016

Len Jo & Art Jeanne & Bob photo

USC staff and faculty are encouraged to nominate a retired USC staff who is or has been volunteering for any USC program for the USC Emeriti Center’s J. Tillman Hall Award. The recognition includes a $500 stipend. Nominations for the 2016 award are due Friday, February 26, 2016. Continue reading

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Life After Retirement

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Henry Clark

Since his retirement in 1994, Henry Clark has been able to explore his interest in writing fiction and has actually written several novels, only one of which has now been published, Trophy Boy. Not only does he spend hours upon … Continue reading

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