UPCOMING EFA ACTIVITIES
First Thursday of each month - KaffeeKlatsch, 10:00 a.m., UCO Evans Hall Great Room
Tuesday, January 22, 10:00-11:00 a.m. - iStuff (iPhone, iPad, iPod, etc.) Lillard Administration Bldg., Rm 10. Mark Jones will explain “How to save money, simplify our lives and look cool by using all the neat iStuff we got for Christmas.” IPads will be available for practice but bring your own toys for “show & tell.”
February 7, 10 a.m. —Kaffeeklatsch , Evans Hall Great Room for tour of Old North.
February 21, 10:30 a.m. Bradford Village—Valuable Tips from your friendly neighborhood kinesiologists—or a few things to start doing and a few others to stop doing. Presenters will be Dr. Melissa Powers and Ms. Courtney Donley from UCO, who will address strength, flexibility and balance issues.
March 5-6 —Amtrak to Fort Worth for a performance of “Million Dollar Quartet.” Overnight at the Embassy Suites hotel, museum visits, lunch at the Reata restaurant and free time.
March 7, 10 a.m.—Kaffeklatsch, Evans Hall Great Room
March 29, Time TBA —Behind the scenes at UCO—a few important people and places you may not know are here!
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The UCO Emeritus Faculty Association (EFA) was officially established on October 3, 2009 when 37 retired faculty met to adopt the By-Laws for the association, which had previously been approved by the University. At this meeting officers and directors at large were elected and committee members were sought. The organization focuses on establishing an ongoing, mutually beneficial, relationship between the University and its retired faculty.
The Association will meet semi-annually to conduct business and will sponsor social, cultural, educational, service or other activities at least once month. These activities are intended to establish or re-establish relationships between former colleagues.
Retired Faculty who are interested in joining the EFA please click on the membership link or contact one of the officers, or the membership committee.
The mission of the University of Central Oklahoma Emeritus Faculty Association is to promote continued campus and community involvement of retired faculty at UCO that is highly beneficial to the University and retired faculty.
|Vice President:||Tana Stufflebeanemail@example.com||341-4742|
|Advocacy and Benefits Committee:||Bill Wallo*
|Activities and Program Committee:||Karen Carter* Spring firstname.lastname@example.org||340-1286|
|Larry Westmoreland* (Co-Chair) Fall email@example.com||341-7852|
|Bill Van Osdol|
|Membership Committee:||Doug Sprung*||dsprung @cox.net||340-3430|
|Publicity Committee:||Carolyn Marshall*
|Courtesy Committee:||Margaret Whittemorefirstname.lastname@example.org||470-0259|
Membership in the Association shall be open to all emeritus faculty as well as to emeritus administrators who have served as faculty at some point during their employment at UCO. Emeritus status is defined and determined by the Board of Regents.
Associate Membership is available to: (a) faculty who have left the service of the university without officially taking retirement; (b) retired administrators and staff who have not served as faculty, but who desire to participate in association activities; and (c)active faculty who wish to become involved with the association prior to retirement. Associate members shall pay dues, shall receive notices and information sent to members and are entitled to participate in all association activities except voting or holding office.
Annual dues shall be $15, with the option of a lifetime membership for $225. Membership Application Forms may be obtained from any of the officers or the membership committee, or they may be downloaded by clicking on the link Membership Application Forms.
Information regarding the UCO Emeritus Faculty Research program can be found here.