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5. Retirement and Becoming Emeritus/a

Before you  explore the Cornell-specific aspects of retirement, you may want to browse through these references

The Power of SUNY Retirees: Lessons Learned from Over 100 Retirement Stories

Greasing the Retirement Wheel

Understanding the Faculty Retirement (Non) Decision: Results from the Faculty Career and Retirement Survey,

Making Emeritus Matter

5.1 The Process for Becoming Emeritus/a

Emeritus/a status is available for associate professors and full professors who have retired.

5.2 Perks and Opportunities for Retired and Emeritus/a Faculty

Benefits relate to health, transportation, communication, campus life, voting rights, teaching, and research.

5.3 The Retirement Checklist

Steps to follow that help ensure a smooth and effective transition.

5.4 Cornell Academics and Professors Emeriti.

Founded in 1982, Cornell Academics and Professors Emeriti (CAPE) has taken a leading role in fostering social and professional community among retired faculty through varied programs and activities, such as the Lecture Series, Roundtable luncheons, and volunteer programs to name a few.

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Last Updated: March 17, 2019 at 8:49 am