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SIUE Emeriti Faculty Association

The Emeriti Faculty Association is an Association for the SIUE emeriti faculty.  Founded in 2013, it provides a means for the emeriti faculty and their spouses/partners to remain active participants in the University community and to communicate with each other and with the University.  It will:

  • Sponsor various social and professional opportunities for emeriti faculty to share their interests
  • Communicate the activities of the emeriti faculty to the academic community
  • Promote use of emeriti faculty as mentors, advisors, teachers, research collaborators, and consultants
  • Enhance the interaction between the University and its emeriti faculty
  • Establish an Emeriti Faculty Fund to support the development and enrichment of the SIUE faculty.

Emeriti Faculty Association Challenge Grant

The Deans of various schools and colleges across campus have challenged the Emeriti Faculty association to raise $20,000 by December 31, 2015.  They have offered to match the challenge amount of $20,000 in gifts and pledges to the Emeriti Faculty Association if the goal is met.  The funds raised will be used to provide grants to current SIUE faculty to create colloquia, enhance curricular development, create faculty exchanges and develop scholar-in-residence programs.  If you would like to make a gift to support the Challenge Grant, please click on the link “Make a Gift” in the upper left hand corner of this page to print out a donation/pledge form.  Thank you in advance for your support!

Emeriti Faculty Association and the Faculty Senate Announce March 14, 2016 Deadline For Proposals

The Emeriti Faculty Association and the Faculty Senate are pleased to request proposals from SIUE tenure and tenure-track faculty for projects that strengthen the academic quality of programs and that enhance the reputation of the University.  The deadline for proposals is March 14, 2016. Application guidelines are available here.
Eligible activities include but are not limited to the following:

--Departmental colloquia that involve recognized outside experts
--Curricular development (disciplinary or interdisciplinary)
--Faculty exchanges, including international exchanges
--Scholar-in-residence programs

Ineligible Activities include activities supported elsewhere in the University, such as research, development of teaching skills, and individual professional development.

For more information, please contact Jim Weingartner at or Richard Brugam at

Upcoming Events

On Tuesday, October 20, from 4 to 6 p.m., the Emeriti Faculty Association will host a reception for the emeriti faculty, spouses, and guests. The reception will give emeriti faculty an opportunity to see friends, meet colleagues, and renew acquaintances.

The reception will be held in the Events Room at Birger Hall.  Parking is available at Birger Hall and no parking pass will be required. 

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