Special 2017 CHAE report: "Transforming Academic Retirement"
This 2017 CHAE Report summarizes the findings of a 2016 nationwide survey of higher education retirement organizations.
CHAE is pleased to announce the release of a special report: Transforming Academic Retirement: The Performance and Potential of Retirement Organizations in Higher Education. A PDF of the full report is available for download below.
This 2017 report summarizes the findings of a 2016 nationwide survey of higher education retirement organizations (RO). The report was authored by Roger G. Baldwin, Ph.D., Brett H. Say, and Angie A. Belin.
Transforming Academic Retirement takes a close look at the mission, programs and services, and outcomes and benefits of ROs. It also highlights key challenges that will shape the future and long-term sustainability of these organizations.
In addition to the findings, we hope this report stimulates a conversation about redefining this ill-defined stage of life for members of the academic profession and takes the taboo out of retirement, often an uncomfortable topic for conversation in higher education.
About the authors
Roger G. Baldwin, Ph.D. is a professor of Higher, Adult, and Lifelong Education and the Mildred B. Erickson Distinguished Chair. His professional interests include faculty career development, evolving conditions in the academic workplace, and transformation in higher education systems.
Brett H. Say, M.A. is a doctoral student in the higher, adult, and lifelong education program at Michigan State University. His research interests focus on organizational process development and change in higher education, particularly related to the talent management and human resource policies of colleges and universities.
Angie A. Belin, M.A. is a doctoral student in the higher, adult, and lifelong education program at Michigan State University. Her research interests include issues of access and equity as they relate to the professional development of pre-tenure faculty, particularly foreign-born faculty.
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