Northwestern Emeriti Organization (NEO)
Providing Advocacy and Programs, Promoting Ties to the Community
NEO brings together emeriti from all parts of the university who don’t always know each other. Our website has a feature designed to remedy this. If you go to the Emeriti Member’s page you will find personal, informal bios of a few of your fellow emeriti. If you enjoy reading them, take a moment to write one yourself using this form.
Info for Retirees
If you are thinking of retiring, the Transitioning to Retirement Brochure, produced by NEO, HR, and the Provost office, provides useful information on topics such as Health care, financial planning, and others.
We would like to welcome the newly named Emeriti into the NEO! Click here to view all members.
The June 2nd lunch has been rescheduled to an online lecture (1p-2p). Hollis Clayson from the Department of Art History will be presenting Illuminated Paris: Art and Lighting Entangled.
After a July break we will continue with our lunch time lectures on Tuesday, August 4, 1:00-2:00 p.m. The August speaker will be Elmer Lewis, of Mechanical Engineering and will present “Combating Climate Change with Carbon-Free Electricity.”
The spring NEO MINI COURSE Series “City Novels: Paris, London, Chicago” with the Evanston Public Library was a success with the switch to an online format. The classic novels Old Goriot, Oliver Twist, Les Misérables, and Sister Carrie were discussed.
The Summer Newsletter has been published. Click here to read.
The Emeriti News is published quarterly on the web, and emeriti faculty are notified by email when a new issue is available. Below is a list of the published newsletters by issue and quarter. Each newsletter provides various updates and information on the organization throughout the course of the year.