Georgetown University

 

Association of Main Campus Retired Faculty

 

·       A Message from the AMCRF President.

·       History

·       Constitution

·       Recently added members

·       Recent programs

·       Executive Council  

·       G U Learning Community

·       Graduate School research grants

·       Opportunities for retired faculty

·       Services for retired faculty

·       Recently deceased faculty and academic staff.

 

Each member of the AMCRF is expected to pay dues of $10.00 per academic year (May to May). Members who have not already paid these dues for the current academic year are asked to send a check for $10.00 to the Treasurer, David Swanson, 5999 Ninth St. North, Arlington, VA, 22205.

 

 

AMCRF members who are active in academic research are warmly urged to contact (at any time) a member of the Executive Council to initiate an application for a non-competitive research grant ($400). The Graduate School awards several of these each academic year. (Click here for a list of previous awards.)

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Coming Events

The second AMCRF event of 2013-2014 will be a Faculty Club luncheon on Tuesday, November 19th at 12 noon in the GU Conference Center Rooms 5 & 6 in the Leavey Center. After lunch, Ibrahim Oweiss, Professor Emeritus in the SFS, will speak on “The Financial Crisis of 2008.”Although the price of the luncheon has risen, AMCRF members and their guests  need pay only $15.00 per person.  Please come with exact change (either cash or personal check).  Call (202) 363-4848 or e-mail giblonml@georgetown.edu by Tuesday, November 12th. A limited number of passes will be available for parking in the Leavey Center Garage.  When responding, please be sure to indicate how many people will be coming and whether you wish to receive a parking pass. 

 

The Fall 2013 Georgetown University Learning Community program is now posted at emeriticourses.georgetown.edu. Dues-paid members of AMCRF may register (without charge) for up to six interesting short courses, five of which are taught by emeriti.