AROHE Matters November 2018 Issue Highlights

Articles: President's Notes *** The Life to Come: Re-Creating Retirement *** Reinventing Academic Retirement: Where Are We Now? *** The Academy at Johns Hopkins: Retiree Engagement and Service   *** Quality Retiree Journal and Website *** Seeking Retired Engineering Faculty to Serve as Sponsors/Mentors

Resources and Trends: Findings on the Journey to After-Work Life *** How Do I Know if an Aging Friend or Relative Needs Help?  *** Wisdom at Work: The Making of a Modern Elder *** Widowhood: The Loss Couples Rarely Plan For-- And Should 

Come Join Us In Transforming Retirement ***Tell Us Your Story *** About AROHE

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What is AROHE?

AROHE is a dynamic member network that advocates for, educates and serves campus-based organizations for retired faculty and staff. By promoting a culture that values and encourages retirees' continuing contributions to campus and community life, AROHE helps colleges and universities to harness the remarkable talents of their retired faculty and staff to further the missions of their institutions.

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AROHE Innovation Award

  • Arizona State University Emeritus College:  The ISEF-AZ Preparatory Program
  • Clemson University Emeritus College: Language Skills Program
  • Council of University of California (UC) Retiree Associations: Comprehensive UC Retired Staff Survey
Visit the Innovation Award WEB page to read the press release and learn about these  programs.  

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AROHE Briefs

The AROHE Briefs series identify programs and practices that support retiree organizations as well as individual faculty and staff retirees. 

An earlier set of Briefs define the three primary types of retirement organizations in higher education. This set of Briefs, along with the AROHE Start-Up Kit, will be helpful to those seeking to establish a retiree organization on their campus.

Our new Brief, Legacy Projects, discusses and provides examples of legacy projects underway at different types of institutions. Legacy projects are efforts to ensure that contributions by faculty and staff to the institution and community are both recognized and remembered.

Other Briefs in this series are:

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