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Membership in the Emeritus College is available to those who have received emeritus status upon retiring from Arizona State University.
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Associate Membership is available to retired college and university faculty from other colleges and universities who have received official emeritus status from their former institution if it has accreditation standards similar to ASU's. Associate Members enjoy most of the benefits and opportunities that are offered to Members.
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The Emeritus College is an official unit within the Provost's Office of Arizona State University whose members are retired ASU faculty who have been awarded emeritus status.
The purpose of the Emeritus College is to give a home and a focus to continued intellectual, creative and social engagement of emeritus faculty with the University.
The Emeritus College fosters and promotes the scholarly and creative lives of its members, prolonging fruitful engagement with and service to the University and the Community.
The Emeritus College provides the University a continued association with productive scientists, scholars and artists who have retired from their faculty positions but not from their disciplines.
Provost Robert Page sent the following announcement to Emeritus College members Monday, May 11.
Dear Emeritus College Colleagues:
As a direct result of the efforts of the Search Committee for the Dean of the Emeritus College, I am pleased to announce that Dr. William Verdini has agreed to serve as Dean of the Emeritus College. Many of you know Dr. Verdini for his many years of service to ASU in a variety of roles. Please join me in thanking him for agreeing to take on this task.
I have been very appreciative of the service of Interim Dean Elmer Gooding since last July. He has been a superlative representative and advocate for the Emeritus College. Please join me in thanking him for his service to the Emeritus College and the institution during his service as interim dean. I wish him all the best in his future endeavors.
Finally, please join me as well in acknowledging and thanking Dr. Richard Jacob and the other members of the search committee for their efforts in identifying suitable candidates for this role.
I look forward to working with Dr. Verdini and all of you in advancing the goals and mission of the Emeritus College.
Sincerely, Robert E. Page, Jr., Provost
Bill Verdini has been a supporter of the Emeritus College since its inception. The College welcomes him to his emeritus status and to his position as the new Dean.
Rick Shangraw, CEO of the ASU Foundation, talked (above) on the Wonderland of ASU at the Emeritus College 10th Annual Symposium, held Saturday, November 7 in the Carson Ballroom of Old Main. Approximately sixty members of the Emeritus College convened for the entire day of member presentations, luncheon and plenary session talks. The Symposium theme was "Alice and ASU in Wonderland". Twelve College members gave 25 minute talks on their interests and disciplines.
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Emeritus College Colloquium
Wednesday, February 17
Professor Emeritus of International Management
ASU Thunderbird Institute of Global Management
"Political Risk for Foreign Investors: What Is It?"
Political risk is the probability that some political factor like an ethnic dispute, a popular response to government repression, or a government decision on control of private enterprise, will result in a loss of some kind to a foreign enterprise operating in a country. The world’s economy today is characterized by a convergence of globalization, ethnic nationalism, and easily executed terrorism. Financial entities like the World Trade Center in New York and oil pipelines in the Nigerian delta are equally critical to global economic functioning and equally vulnerable to the disquieted segments of international society. Financial managers are responsible for the physical survival of the business entities that compose the global economy. And they need help. Political and country risk indices have been common in popular business magazines like Fortune and The Economist for more than 40 years. But confusion persists, especially for managers in foreign investment, finance, and trade. Professor Howell will try to dispel the confusion.
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