Academic for life
Volunteering is part of my self-identify as an academic, professional nurse and human being – but I do it selectively.
Remember that you have the right to ask questions and can disagree with a diagnosis.
Some of the principles of an AFU include promoting intergenerational learning and sharing expertise between learners of all ages.
Why thinking about lifestyle planning before and after you retire is so important.
A retired kinesiology instructor continues to fulfill his passions as a mentor to students, teachers, coaches, and outdoor guides.
Members of Canada’s longest-running university retiree association contribute to research, aging initiatives and planning.
A professor emeritus reflects on how she still feels ‘on the brink of everything’ even after retirement.
Academic retirees are likely to consider scholarly activities but should remember that retirement offers the freedom to choose.
Much like the latest iteration of Star Trek, lifelong learners see the benefits of seeking out strange new worlds.
Academic retirees should find the “optimal leisure lifestyle” that works for them.
Members benefit from social and intellectual engagement as well as important information to guide a successful retirement.