UCSC Retirees Continue UC's Public Service Mission

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 A recent survey of 4,478 University of California retirees, including 168 from the Santa Cruz campus, suggests that many retirees remain curious, vibrant, and productive, with a commitment to civic engagement and public service, for many years after their retirement. The report, UC Retirees: Advocates, Ambassadors, Assets, highlights the activities and accomplishments of  retired UC staff and non-Senate academics who responded to a survey that was conducted in fall of 2016 and covered the three-year period from July 2013 through September 2016.

 

UC's Secret Energy Source: Retirees

For University of California staff and faculty, retirement does not mean retreat.  Click link here.

UC Retirees Continue UC's Public Service Mission:

A recent survey of 4,478 University of California retirees, including 168 from the Santa Cruz campus, suggests that many retirees remain curious, vibrant, and productive, with a commitment to civic engagement and public service, for many years after their retirement. The report, UC Retirees: Advocates, Ambassadors, Assets, highlights the activities and accomplishments of  retired UC staff and non-Senate academics who responded to a survey that was conducted in fall of 2016 and covered the three-year period from July 2013 through September 2016.

 

BENEFITS UPDATE

The UC Office of the President has just released a compilation of background materials that are being reviewed by the Retiree Health Benefits Working Group. We urge you to take the time to read the attached document which reveals the complexities of this issue.

Your comments and questions should be directed to the retirees’ representative on the Work Group, John Meyer, at cucrahealthbenefits@gmail.com.

Link to Backgroud Materials