CUCRA / CUCEA

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The Council of University of California Retirees Association conducted a survey to categioize and quantify the post-retirement engagement of retirees throughout the UC system. The survey highlights the sheer breadth of accomplishments of UC employees and staff. The survey notes that UC Retirees lead engaged lifestyles by participating in volunteer work, providing professional services, and even publishing new works of their own. You can view the complete survey here.

 

You can view the complete survey here.

 

Additionally, The Council of University of California Emeriti Associations produced a survey summarizing the acheivements of all UC Emeriti between the years of 2012-2015. The survey seeks to highlight the scope of Emerti engagement, and ultimatley notes that the collective accomplishments of the Emeriti equate to a "Vitual Eleventh Campus". You can view the complete survey here.

 

Council of University of California Retiree Associations

The Council of University of California Retiree Associations (CUCRA) is a consortium of the Retiree Associations of nine University of California campuses CUCRA's goal is to provide a single organization that could speak for the many University and laboratory retirees on issues that could affect retiree benefits and privileges.

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CUCRA Survey Results

Retired UC staff and non-Senate academics were recently invited to participate in an on-line survey about their post-retirement activities.  This was the first time such a survey has been undertaken, and it is intended to complement the recent survey of UC’s emeriti faculty that was reported in the August issue of New Dimensions.

The primary purpose of the short survey is to provide information that can be used by the individual campus and lab retiree associations and by campus retiree centers to better serve and advance the interests of UC’s retired staff.

The survey was developed by a team of retirees from UC campuses and staff from UC retiree centers.  It is sponsored by the Council of UC Retiree Associations (CUCRA), which consists of representatives from every UC staff retiree organization.

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Ilsa Lopes - President of UC Santa Cruz Retirees Association

Patt Takeuchi - Former President of UC Santa Cruz Retirees Association

 

Council of University of California Emeriti Associations (CUCEA)

The Council of University of California Emeriti Associations (CUCEA) is a consortium of the Emeriti Associations of ten University of California campuses.

Click Here for CUCEA's most recent newsletter.