Finalizing Your Retirement

Attend a meeting two to three months prior to retiring to learn about:

  • ASU retiree benefits.
  • life insurance options.
  • Retiree Accumulated Sick Leave Program.
  • retiring from ASU.
  • state-sponsored retiree health insurance options.
  • vacation payouts.
  • when ASU benefits end.
  • working after retirement rules. 

Retirement income and pension information is not provided at these meetings. 

“Archaic Nature”: Distinguished Speaker John Sallis

Professor John Sallis has held chairs at Pennsylvania State, Vanderbilt University, Loyola University of Chicago and Duquesne University.  He is the founding editor of the journal Research in Phenomenology, and General Editor of "Studies in Continental Thought" (Indiana University Press).  He has lectured extensively in Europe, Asia, and North and South America, and is the author of 16 books, many translated into other languages.

Trans-subjective Communication: Gadamerian Dialogue and the Care of the Other

Speaker Walter Brogan is professor of philosophy at Villanova University since 1986. He is a member of the executive committee of the Eastern Division American Philosophical Association. He is past editor of Epoche and was codirector of the Society of Phenomenology and Existential Philosophy from 1998–2001. He is a past director and current member of the board of directors of the Collegium Phaenomenologicum in Citta di Castello, Italy. He cofounded the Ancient Philosophy Society.

Global Refugee Crisis: A Community and Student Forum on the Refugee Resettlement Process

Changemaker Central at ASU's West campus and the New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences are hosting a community and student forum on the refugee resettlement process. Speakers will address the following topics:  The vetting process that refugees go through to arrive in the U.S., what local resettlement agencies do, personal anecdotes from former refugees, implications of the recent executive order and ways to get involved. A Q&A session will follow the speakers.

Speakers will include:

New Excited State Multi-Reference Method with Application to Singlet-Triplet Gaps, Weakly Bonded Systems

Shane Yost, a postdoctoral fellow at UC-Berkeley, presents this Science and Mathematics Colloquium from 3 to 4 p.m. March 20 in the Student Union, Cooley Ballroom, on ASU's Polytechnic campus.

Most advanced electronic structure methods for strongly correlated systems use an active space approach, the most common of which is the complete active space self-consistent field theory (CASSCF). The issue with most active space approaches is that a large active space is required to obtain accurate results for the ground and excited states.  

Arizona Youth Survey: Connecting Researchers and Community Leaders

Designing Arizona Youth Survey Research to Address Community Data Needs

The Arizona Youth Survey (AYS) is administered to a statewide sample of 8th, 10th, and 12th grade students and assesses the prevalence and frequency of youth substance use, gang involvement, and other risky behaviors in Arizona. Access the AYS study here.

We invite you to learn about:

Should Arizona's Bail System Be Changed?

ASU Morrison Institute for Public Policy panel discussion

The Arizona Supreme Court is proposing the reduction or elimination of money bail for defendants who are awaiting trial, saying the practice unfairly punishes the poor.

A risk assessment for a court appearance would replace the money-bail practice.

Join us as a panel of experts discusses the pros and cons of the proposal, as well as its potential impact on revenues and the legal system.

Panelists:

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