This event is open to benefits-eligible Emeriti Association members. Please RSVP at this page: http://emeriti.gsu.edu/2017benefits. Complimentary breakfast and lunch will be served. Complimentary parking will be available in T Deck. Parking is also available in G Deck parking free of charge with a valid Panthercard.
For those emeriti who cannot attend the benefits meeting on Oct. 26, the GSU Benefits Office will mail information that is distributed at the meeting to the home address on file; the information also will be posted to the Emeriti Association website at emeriti.gsu.edu prior to the meeting.
Additionally, emeriti will receive an email announcing the dates for Open Enrollment and dates for the annual Benefits Fairs that are held on the campuses of University System of Georgia institutions throughout the state.
For additional questions, please contact the GSU Benefits Office at email@example.com or 404-413-3330. Perimeter College emeriti/retirees should also contact the GSU Benefits Office with questions.
Emeriti are invited to this luncheon featuring Provost Risa Palm’s annual university update. She will also welcome newly inducted emeriti members. All are invited to attend the State of the University Address by President Mark Becker immediately following the program in the Student Center. To RSVP, please visit emeriti.gsu.edu/2016new-emeriti.
Dr. Harvey Newman will discuss his book, “Andrew Young and the Making of Modern Atlanta,” which is co-authored with Andrew Young and Andrea Young. Come learn the story of community, business and political relationships and decisions that shaped Atlanta’s growth from the Reconstruction era to the Olympic Games, and beyond. This event marks the inauguration of the Emeriti Association’s new partnership with the University Library to recognize recent book publications by GSU faculty. Library faculty and staff play major roles in discovery, scholarship and publication at the university, while Emeriti have diverse, multidisciplinary experience in academia. Together we plan to shine a spotlight on some of the creative activities at the University. As a continuing service project of the association, emeriti are invited to contribute to author presentations by volunteering to introduce an author colleague or by preparing highlights for an in-depth Q&A session. Please click here to RSVP.
Our annual gathering will be held again this year at Canterbury Court. Join us for holiday cheer and catching up before the season becomes too hectic.
The tour will involve a presentation by a Holocaust survivor followed by a docent led tour of the museum. Afterward, those interested can go for lunch at Atlantic Station.
With Valentine’s Day comes Georgia State’s traditional gift of the Valentine’s Day luncheon for members. Each year the university treats us to a reception where we meet friends, former colleagues, current deans and other administrators. This time of fellowship and catching up is followed by an elegant lunch on beautifully decorated tables and includes an update on developments at the university.