HAWAII HALL AND FOUNTAIN -- Center of the Campus
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NOTE: This site provides information about retired faculty and staff of the University of Hawaii. A model with similar though different features can be viewed on the Alumni page. It will serve as an information vehicle to help retirees keep in touch with each other and also to link them with the University for a variety of purposes. The following categories are contemplated -- each will be elaborated as this project evolves.
IDENTITY: browse the Emeriti Professors listed in the Catalog Archive for 1999-2000. View some of the web sites posted by Faculty and Staff
Some retirees have personal web sites -- here is a sample and others will be added:
SEARCH; find some individual addresses in the University Directory including e-mail.
FRAUHM: Pending development of a site for the Faculty Retiree's Association University of Hawaii at Manoa, this site will post the schedule of meetings and information about their activities.
BULLETIN BOARD: Space will be available for retirees to chat about any of their concerns and university matters that interest them.
HELP WANTED: Anyone at UH who wants help or advice from any retired faculty or staff is invited to use this space to specify what is needed and invite responses from interested retirees.
SPEAKERS BUREAU: Many retirees are able and willing to speak to classes and community groups. Managers of these activities look for well qualified people. To facilite such engagements, the site will host an information facility, listing available talent and groups seeking speakers. Volunteers will be needed to make this service effective as an on-going activity.
PRE-RETIREMENT: While faculty and staff are considering retirement as an option, they need to be informed about what it will mean for them, and what rewards to expect after they give up their formal relationships to UH. Information about available resources and opportunities for continuing service as volunteers will be posted here.
MEMORIES . For retirees who are no long living, it is fitting to offer tributes that may range from brief obituaries to more extended commemorative remarks. As occasions arise, this space can be used to record fond memories of deceased colleagues.
LIFELONG LEARNING. Courses and workshops are offered by volunteers (often retirees) through the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI).That's the new name for ALL (Academy for Lifelong Learning) adopted after they received a generous grant from the Osher Foundation which supports lifelong learning programs in several states. Retirees who become OLLI members are entitled to participate in all its activities. An invitation with examples and background information can be found in an Open Letter for Spring 2003. Retirees offering courses during this term include:
Here are some important and useful links at the
UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII AT MANOA:
Information and Resources of the UH SYSTEM
UH Directory and Other Useful Sites
Abbreviations , Acronyms , Buildings , Campuses , Events , Personal Sites
Other links will be added in response to suggestions from retirees
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Write to Site Manager: Fred W. Riggs
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