The New Faculty Retirement Landscape

March 2nd, 2023 2 PM ET

 In 2023, goals of retirement are fading for higher ed faculty. Because of inflation, a volatile stock market, and reduced employer contributions, about 25% of faculty members say they've had to push back on their retirement goals.

While this is a growing pain for individual faculty members, it also presents dilemmas for institutions trying to manage their academic work force.

Join us on March 2nd for a Virtual Forum as we explore the current state of the faculty work force, evolving retirement plans, and what institutions can do to put their employees on an efficient path forward.


Liz McMillen

Executive Editor, Chronicle Intelligence
The Chronicle of Higher Education


Kaye Jeter

Retired Dean of Education
Central State University at Dayton

Roger Baldwin

Professor Emeritus of Higher Education
Michigan State University

Valerie Martin Conley

Provost, Vice President of Academic Affairs
Idaho State University

Cary Sweeney

Director of Berkeley Retirement Center
University of California at Berkeley

Emily Oster

Professor of Economics
Brown University (Sponsor Speaker)


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