Welcome to the RFA
Together again. Donna Falvo, on April 4, at her last meeting, led our first in-person gathering in two years.
Welcome to the RFA
Established at UNC in 1986, The Retired Faculty Association was organized to help members maintain meaningful connection to the University community through intellectual engagement, representation, and advocacy.
We continue in that mission. All retired faculty, professional staff, and administrators at UNC are welcome to join. In addition, faculty retiring from other academic institutions are eligible to join as non-voting members. RFA provides opportunities for professional networking and academic connections and serves as an organized voice and communication channel between retired faculty and UNC administrative offices, providing support and advocacy for RFA members’ interests and concerns.
RFA maintains an active voice in the University community, with two RFA representatives on the Faculty Council as well as RFA member liaisons who participate in a variety of University initiatives and provide input as institutional issues and concerns evolve. Throughout the year, the RFA conducts a variety of events, programs and activities that promote intellectual as well as social engagement.
For more information, email me or contact us at :
Retired Faculty Association
The William C. and Ida Friday Center
Campus Box 1020
Chapel Hill NC 27599-1020
— Pete Andrews,
President, UNC-Chapel Hill RFA
UNC Retired Faculty Association
November meeting date changed to November 17;
Alison Friedman (Carolina Performing Arts) to Headline It
We invite all members to attend our next general membership meeting, on Thursday, November 17, 2022, from 12:00 noon to 2:00 p.m. at the Friday Center. (Note the change from the previously scheduled date of November 10).
Our speaker will be Alison Friedman, the new Executive and Artistic Director of Carolina Performing Arts, who will tell us about her vision and priorities for Carolina Performing Arts and about its offerings for the upcoming Spring Semester.
Alison came to Carolina in 2021 from the West Kowloon Cultural District Authority in Hong Kong, one of the world’s largest arts and cultural developments, and has worked with renowned artists across Asia, Europe, Australia, South America and the United States.
We hope you will join us for another good lunch, an engaging speaker, and stimulating conversations with your fellow emeritus/a faculty members. Spouses and guests are also welcome. To register for this event, use novform. Places are available for the first 48 reservations received.
Richard N.L. (Pete) Andrews
Professor Emeritus of Public Policy
President, UNC Retired Faculty Association