The IU Retirees Association meets monthly during the school year, September through May.
The October, November, January, February, and April meetings feature speakers who are top IU administrators, scholars, coaches, or outstanding community leaders. These meetings are typically at 2 p.m.
In September and December, luncheon meetings offer special programs and fellowship.
The May meeting is a pitch-in supper that showcases our members' culinary skills.
Unless otherwise indicated, all meetings are in the Peterson Room at the Indiana University Foundation.Programs for 2012-13
Complete coverage of each meeting is available in the monthly IURA newsletters, archived on this web site. See: Newsletters.
- September meeting - Marjorie Hershey talking about the upcoming election. (At Terry's Banquets and Catering.)
- October 10 meeting - A discussion of IU retiree benefits with representatives of Human Resources.
- November 14 meeting - Tom Morrison, IU vice president for capital planning and finance, provides a description of the Bloomington campus as it has been, is now, and will be.
- December 12 Luncheon - History and Philosophy of Science Professor Jim Capshew, speaking about his biography, Herman B Wells: The Promise of the American University, published by IU Press. (At Terry's Banquets and Catering.)
- January 16 meeting - A discussion with former U.S. Rep. Lee Hamilton, co-sponsored with the Emeriti House.
- Feburary 13 meeting - Fred Cate, Distinguished Professor and C. Ben Dutton Professor of Law and director of the Center for Applied Cybersecurity Research, speaking on cybersecurity issues.
- April 10 meeting - Department of Theatre and Drama Chairman Jonathan Michaelsen, speaking on "Thrills and Chills in Theatre and Drama: Creating Productions at IU."
- May 9, Potluck, IUF, 5 pm - After dinner some of this year's crop of musical theater students will show off their talents, under the direction of George Pinney, the head of IU's musical theater.
Contact Dick McKaig, program chair, or any program committee member with any program ideas. The committee also includes Wayne Craig, Joan Curts, John Hobson, MaryBeth McKaig, and Don Weaver.