HOW TO BE GRANTED EMERITUS STATUS
CLASS NOTES: A new feature of the Emeriti Association web site is a "Class Notes" section. Members of the EA are encouraged to submit a paragraph to keep colleagues up to date on their activities.
FALL MEETING WILL BE THURSDAY OCTOBER 15, 2015
SAVE THE DATE - Prof.
Alexandra Onuf, of A&A Art History, will make a presentation on “Prints
and Reprints: Early Modern Print Publishing in the Netherlands”
We Welcome Seven New Emeriti Faculty in 2015:
A&S: John J. Stewart, Manfred Streifler, Otto Wahl
Barney: Barry Borden
Hartt: Stephen Gryc, Humbert Lucarelli, Richard Provost
EA member Jeanne Bonaca's book is published
EA member Wally Banzhaf's electronics book is published
EA member Mal Stevens' novel is published
EA member Virginia Hale's book on Beatrice Fox Auerbach
The Emeriti Association of the
Additional members may be invited on a case-by-case basis as reviewed by the Executive Committee and submitted to the whole group for vote. New members need not have been granted emeritus status by the University, but should be individuals who have retired from the University and who have made important contributions to the University over the years.The EA has created an endowment to provide periodic scholarships for worthy UH undergraduate students.
Executive Committee Members: Richard Brayer, Paddy Cairns (Recording Secretary), Mary Carsky, Martin Cohen, Charles Condon, Mary Dowst (Treasurer & Executive Secretary), Sheldon Eisenberg, Michael Kahn, Phyllis Katz, Youssef Kouatly, Regina Miller, Sandra Morgan, John Schloss, Leo Smith (Vice Chair), Barbara Streitfeld, Robert B. Wallace (Chair), Ed Weinswig, Jack Zei.
For information about the Emeriti Association and its activities please contact Mary Dowst, EA Exec. Secretary, at (860) 768-4201, or by e-mail at EMERITUS@HARTFORD.EDU