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2016 Retirement Ceremony

Retirement Ceremony

Friday, April 22, 2016
11:00 am
Prillaman Hall Auditorium

Retiree Luncheon
12:30 pm
The Commons, upstairs dining room

New retirees, please arrive at 10:45 to check in.

Parking pass is required to park in the Central Deck. Contact to request a parking pass. 



Upcoming Retirees Association Events, Winter 2016

Tired of being stuck indoors in the cold weather? Looking for something entertaining and uplifting? Then join us for one of our upcoming activities that are sure to keep you energized and enlightened.

Steering Committee Meeting
Feb. 12, 10:00 am, KSU Center room 327A (in the Burruss Institute suite). The Steering Committee welcomes new members who are interested in supporting the Association by helping to plan events and activities of interest to retirees. Join us in February!

Biennial Retirees Reunion Social
Feb. 20, 12:00-3:00 pm, KSU Center room 400. Join us for food, entertainment, music/dancing, souvenir photos, and time to catch up with friends and colleagues. Expect a visit by a special guest of honor! It’s all free to retirees and a guest.

Passports and Pastimes
March 4, 10:30 am, KSU Center room 327A (In the Burruss Institute suite). Ed Bostick will be sharing how he creates his crafts made from gourds and kudzu vines. Come learn about his beautiful and unique creations and enjoy some refreshments. 

Your Retirees Association is always looking for new activities of interest to retirees. Let us know your suggestions! 

Computer Security Workshops for Retirees

Are you worried about your online security? Do you need help with protecting your computer and other devices? Then these workshops are for you!

Wednesday, November 18
Bldg B, Room 015
Marietta campus

Thursday, November 19
KSU Center, Room 226
Kennesaw campus

The security of our computers and other electronic devices is an increasing concern, and one that’s hard to manage when we are not on campus. Come to either session (they are the same, just offered on both campuses) and learn from KSU ITS Security Office trainer Chris Dehner how to maintain your online security. The topics covered can be applied to the computers you use at home as well as the computers you use on the KSU campus.

Topics include:

* Keeping your computer up-to-date
* Creating backups
* Anti-malware products
* Internet scams
* Safe wireless usage

Please R.S.V.P. to or call 470-578-7984 to let us know you are coming. Classes are limited to 20 participants.