UW Retirement Association

Weekly E-Digests


November 17, 2021

News & Events – November 17, 2021

UWRA PROGRAMS Exclusive Burke Tour: Join the UWRA for an exclusive one-hour tour of the new Burke Museum with the museum’s executive director, Julie K. Stein. Date, Time: Friday, December 3 at 10:15 a.m. Tour is limited to 20 participants. After the tour you can choose to explore the museum on your own and enjoy lunch at Off the Rez Cafe….


October 20, 2021

News & Events – October 20, 2021

UWRA Programs Virtual Retiree Resource Fair: Register today to explore your UW retiree privileges in a virtual fair hosted by Retiree Relations and UWRA, in collaboration with partners across the university. Do you have questions about using the Benefits office, accessing parking, Medicare plan options, updating your email address? These topics and more are gathered…


October 12, 2021

News & Events – October 12, 2021

UWRA Programs Virtual Retiree Resource Fair: Register today to explore your UW retiree privileges in a virtual fair hosted by Retiree Relations and UWRA, in collaboration with partners across the university. Do you have questions about using the Benefits office, accessing parking, Medicare plan options, updating your email address? These topics and more are gathered…


October 6, 2021

News & Events – October 6, 2021

UWRA PROGRAMS Fall Colors in the UW Botanic Gardens: Take a virtual walk through the fall garden with Ray Larson, Curator of Living Collections and the Otis Douglas Hyde Herbarium. Enjoy Seattle’s fall colors in some of the city’s most beautiful settings. Date, time: Wednesday, October 20, 10:30 – 11:30 a.m. Register HERE. LEARN &…


September 22, 2021

News & Events – September 22, 2021

UWRA PROGRAMS Husky Sports – Volleyball vs. USC: UWRA has a block of 15 seats for the October 3, 1:00 pm game. After graduating only one player from last year’s NCAA Final Four team, the squad returns with three All-Americans and three All-Region honorees, starting the season ranked fourth in the nation. Our seats are…


August 11, 2021

News & Events – August 11, 2021

LEARN & ENGAGE In-person event – UW Chamber Dance Company concert preview: Join Artistic Director Hannah Wiley and the Company for a free lecture/demonstration. This year’s concert investigates the empathy, intimacy, and confusion of human relationships. Seats are limited. The Chamber Dance Company has provided 20 free tickets for UWRA members. Date, time: August 18…


July 28, 2021

News & Events – July 28, 2021

LEARN & ENGAGE Libraries Digital Scholarship Summer Immersion: The University of Washington Libraries offers the Digital Scholarship Summer Immersion program (DSSI) annually as a tri-campus opportunity to explore digital scholarship tools and methods for open scholarship and pedagogy. DSSI 2021 will run Tuesday, August 3 – Thursday, August 5, and will be a series of…


July 7, 2021

News & Events – July 7, 2021

UWRA NEWS & EVENTS Pandemic People, a digital tour experience presented by the Southwest Seattle Historical Society, compares and contrasts pandemic experiences on the Duwamish Peninsula in the ages of The Spanish Flu and COVID-19. How have our experiences living in pandemic conditions changed over the past century? How have they stayed the same? UWRA’s…


June 16, 2021

News & Events – June 16, 2021

LEARN & ENGAGE Memory loss: What’s Normal and What’s Not: Join Dr. Pamela Dean, assistant professor in the department of psychiatry and behavioral sciences, and Dr. Joel Eppig, clinical neuropsychology postdoctoral fellow, for this Alzheimer’s Awareness month webinar. You’ll learn about differences between normal, age-associated memory loss and the more serious memory changes that occur…


June 2, 2021

News & Events – June 2, 2021

UWRA NEWS & EVENTS Book Club: The last UWRA Book Club meeting before the summer break is Friday, June 11 via Zoom, and it’s called Reader’s Choice. Everyone comes to the meeting with a book or 2 (but not more!) that they’ve read recently and would like to recommend to the group. Fiction or nonfiction, a new title or old…



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