University of Wisconsin - Madison


Upcoming events

    • Tue, December 07, 2021
    • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    • Virtual
    • 286
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    The University of Wisconsin–Madison’s Public History Project is a multi-year effort to uncover and give voice to those who experienced, challenged and overcame prejudice on campus. The project grew out of a campus study group that looked into the history of two UW–Madison student organizations in the early 1920s that bore the name of the Ku Klux Klan. Chancellor Rebecca Blank commissioned the Public History Project as one of several responses to the study group’s findings. The broad intent of the project is to ensure that all students and alumni are aware of the full history of the university, including the accomplishments of campus community members from marginalized populations whose stories previously may have been hidden or not widely known.

    Please join us and Director Kacie Lucchini Butcher who is leading “a multi-year effort to uncover and give voice to those who experienced, challenged and overcame prejudice on campus” — as it builds toward a public exhibit in fall 2022.

    If you have preliminary questions for the speaker, please email them in advance to program coordinator Mary Beth Plane marybethplane@yahoo.com by Tuesday, November 30.

    Food Pantry Contributions:

    Checks payable to UW-Foundation, with "Open Seat" on the memo line may be mailed to UWRA, 21 North Park Street, Room 7205, Madison, WI 53715-1218.

    Registration Deadline:  Thursday, December 2

    Registration:  

    Advance registration is required.  You are encouraged to register online.  To register by phone or email, call the Association office. If you or your guest registered for this seminar but cannot attend, please cancel your registration online, or email/call the UWRA office.

    NOTE:  The weblink and virtual call information will be included in the meeting reminders registrants receive.


    UW-Madison Retirement Association
    21 N Park St, Room 7205
    Madison WI 53715-1218
    608-262-0641
    retireassn@mailplus.wisc.edu


    • Wed, December 15, 2021
    • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    • Virtual
    • 236
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    Join us when Steve Rick, Chief Economist for CUNA Mutual, helps us understand what really is going on with the U.S. economy. Steve is one of our most popular presenters, so this promises to be an enlightening and entertaining session on our economy.

    Will the budding U.S. economic rebound have legs despite supply chain issues and surging COVID variants?  Can expansion restore the pre-crisis economy? Are fundamental changes in the jobs market apt to cause long-term disparities?  Might federal fiscal stimulus lead to runaway inflation?  Steve’s session will include a review of the principal forces shaping the economy and financial markets.   Plan to join Steve’s session as he gives us this and more; you don’t want to miss out!

    If you have preliminary questions for the speaker, please send to Program Coordinator Joan Gillman at jgillman@wisc.edu by Wednesday, December 8, 2021.

    Food Pantry Contributions:

    Checks payable to UW-Foundation, with "Open Seat" on the memo line may be mailed to UWRA, 21 North Park Street, Room 7205, Madison, WI 53715-1218.

    Registration Deadline:  Friday, December 10

    Registration:  

    Advance registration is required.  You are encouraged to register online.  To register by phone or email, call the Association office. If you or your guest registered for this seminar but cannot attend, please cancel your registration online, or email/call the UWRA office.

    NOTE:  The weblink and virtual call information will be included in the meeting reminders registrants receive.


    UW-Madison Retirement Association
    21 N Park St, Room 7205
    Madison WI 53715-1218
    608-262-0641
    retireassn@mailplus.wisc.edu


    • Tue, January 04, 2022
    • 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
    • Virtual
    • 264
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    The University of Wisconsin-Madison is home to a major research and development program that aims to apply quantum computing to the solution of problems that cannot be solved with “classical” computers. But what is a quantum computer and what sorts of problems can it solve? Professor Mark Saffman, Director of the Wisconsin Quantum Institute, will tell us what’s going on in research at WQI and how the results of that research are likely to affect the world in which we live.

    Mark is an experimental physicist working in the areas of atomic physics, quantum and nonlinear optics, and quantum information processing. He has made significant contributions to the physics of optical solitons, pattern formation, sources of entangled light, and quantum computing. His current research effort is devoted to the development of neutral atom based quantum computing devices. His research team was the first to demonstrate a quantum CNOT gate between two trapped neutral atoms, and the deterministic entanglement of a pair of neutral atoms. This was done using dipole mediated interactions between highly excited Rydberg atoms. He is currently developing scalable neutral atom platforms using arrays of trapped atoms.

    He is a Professor of Physics at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Director of the Wisconsin Quantum Institute (wqi.wisc.edu), and Chief Scientist for Quantum Information at ColdQuanta, Inc. He is a fellow of the American Physical Society and the Optical Society of America and has been recognized with the Alfred P. Sloan Fellowship and a University of Wisconsin Vilas Associate Award. He also serves as an Associate Editor for Physical Review A.

    If you have preliminary questions for the speaker, please email them in advance to program coordinator Millard Susman at msusman@wisc.edu by Tuesday, November 2.


    Food Pantry Contributions:

    Checks payable to UW-Foundation, with "Open Seat" on the memo line may be mailed to UWRA, 21 North Park Street, Room 7205, Madison, WI 53715-1218.

    Registration Deadline:  Thursday, November 4

    Registration:  

    Advance registration is required.  You are encouraged to register online.  To register by phone or email, call the Association office. If you or your guest registered for this seminar but cannot attend, please cancel your registration online, or email/call the UWRA office.

    NOTE:  The weblink and virtual call information will be included in the meeting reminders registrants receive.


    UW-Madison Retirement Association
    21 N Park St, Room 7205
    Madison WI 53715-1218
    608-262-0641
    retireassn@mailplus.wisc.edu


    • Tue, January 25, 2022
    • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    • Virtual
    • 291
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    Join Shailesh Shah from Coinbase and Professor Brad Chandler from the Wisconsin School of Business for a discussion focusing on the past, present and future of cryptocurrencies and the evolving and important role of blockchain technologies in backstopping and protecting cryptocurrencies.  Many have heard about the evolution of cryptocurrencies and the increasingly important role they are playing in our financial system.  

    Blockchain and cryptocurrency offer potential opportunities for students seeking careers in finance, risk and insurance, supply chain, and other areas of business as well as computer science, engineering, and economics. 

    Come join us to learn how sophisticated technology can enable our financial sector to operate more democratically.

    More details to follow.

    If you have preliminary questions for the speakers, please email Program Coordinator, Tom Eggert tleggert@wisc.edu by Tuesday, January 18.


    Food Pantry Contributions:

    Checks payable to UW-Foundation, with "Open Seat" on the memo line may be mailed to UWRA, 21 North Park Street, Room 7205, Madison, WI 53715-1218.

    Registration Deadline:  Friday, January 21

    Registration:  Advance registration is required.  You are encouraged to register online.  To register by phone or email, call the Association office. If you or your guest registered for this seminar but cannot attend, please cancel your registration online, or email/call the UWRA office.

    NOTE:  The weblink and virtual call information will be included in the meeting reminders registrants receive.

    UW-Madison Retirement Association
    21 N Park St, Room 7205
    Madison WI 53715-1218
    608-262-0641
    retireassn@mailplus.wisc.edu


    • Tue, February 08, 2022
    • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    • Virtual
    • 296
    Register



    Join us for a discussion with Scott Lamontagne about making your money last as long as you do.  More details to follow.






    If you have preliminary questions for the speaker, please email them in advance to program coordinator Karen Holden kcholden@wisc.edu  by Tuesday, February 1.

    Food Pantry Contributions:

    Checks payable to UW-Foundation, with "Open Seat Pantry" on the memo line may be mailed to UWRA, 21 North Park Street, Room 7205, Madison, WI 53715-1218.

    Registration Deadline:  Friday, February 4

    Registration:  

    Advance registration is required.  You are encouraged to register online.  To register by phone or email, call the Association office. If you or your guest registered for this seminar but cannot attend, please cancel your registration online, or email/call the UWRA office.

    NOTE:  The weblink and virtual call information will be included in the meeting reminders registrants receive.


    UW-Madison Retirement Association
    21 N Park St, Room 7205
    Madison WI 53715-1218
    608-262-0641
    retireassn@mailplus.wisc.edu


    • Mon, February 14, 2022
    • 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
    • Virtual
    • 296
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    Join us for a discussion with Dr. Adam Gepner about the advances and strategies for heart health.  More details to follow.

    Dr. Gepner is a faculty member in the Division of Cardiovascular Medicine, with his primary practice at the William S. Middleton VA Hospital in Madison, Wisconsin. He also serves on the VA Hospital’s Research and Development Committee. Dr. Gepner has won numerous awards for outstanding research and teaching, including the MESA Young Investigator Award and the Cardiovascular Fellowship Outstanding Educator Award. He is a member of the American Heart Association and American College of Cardiology.  Dr. Gepner practices general cardiology with a focus on non-invasive cardiovascular imaging and geriatric cardiology.

    If you have preliminary questions for the speaker, please email them in advance to program coordinator Wendy Way at wlway@wisc.edu by Monday, February 7.

    Food Pantry Contributions:

    Checks payable to UW-Foundation, with "Open Seat Pantry" on the memo line may be mailed to UWRA, 21 North Park Street, Room 7205, Madison, WI 53715-1218.

    Registration Deadline:  Thursday, February 10

    Registration:  

    Advance registration is required.  You are encouraged to register online.  To register by phone or email, call the Association office. If you or your guest registered for this seminar but cannot attend, please cancel your registration online, or email/call the UWRA office.

    NOTE:  The weblink and virtual call information will be included in the meeting reminders registrants receive.


    UW-Madison Retirement Association
    21 N Park St, Room 7205
    Madison WI 53715-1218
    608-262-0641
    retireassn@mailplus.wisc.edu


    • Tue, March 15, 2022
    • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    • Virtual
    • 294
    Register


    Join us for a conversation with Paul Merriman as he discusses

    • How to avoid the most common investment mistakes retirees make
    • How one small change to a portfolio could add .5% a year to your returns
    • How to take higher distributions without taking more risk
    • What combination of U.S. funds has outperformed the S&P 500 with less risk

    Paul is a nationally recognized authority on mutual funds, index investing and asset allocation. After retiring in 2012 from Merriman Wealth Management, a Seattle-based investment advisory firm he founded in 1983, Paul created The Merriman Financial Education Foundation, dedicated to providing investors of all ages with information and tools to make informed decisions in their own best interest and successfully implement their retirement savings program.

    Paul is author of eight books, including, We’re Talking Millions! 12 Simple Ways to Supercharge Your Retirement; Financial Fitness Forever: 5 Steps to More Money, Less Risk, and More Peace of Mind; Live It Up Without Outliving Your Money, and a “How To Invest” series. He writes a regular column for Marketwatch.com and a semi-monthly newsletter for a subscriber base of more than 30,000 investors, along with producing an award-winning weekly podcast, “Sound Investing,” and many videos. Through his website (paulmerriman.com) he provides investors recommended mutual fund and Best-In-Class ETF portfolios at Vanguard, Fidelity, Schwab and M1. His latest planning tool is the Merriman Lifetime Investment Calculator. He has led more than 1,000 investor workshops and has been a featured guest on national TV shows and many investment-related podcasts. In 2021, Paul was awarded the American Association of Individual Investor’s James Cloonan Award for “Excellence in Financial Education.”

    With the exception of a few books for sale, the profits from which help support the work of the Foundation, all resources are free at paulmerriman.com.

    If you have preliminary questions for the speaker, please send to Program Coordinator Faisal Kaud at fakaud@wisc.edu or Kathy Zweifel at  kazweife@wisc.edu, by Tuesday, March 8.


    Food Pantry Contributions:

    Checks payable to UW-Foundation, with "Open Seat" on the memo line may be mailed to UWRA, 21 North Park Street, Room 7205, Madison, WI 53715-1218.

    Registration Deadline:  Friday, March 11.

    Registration:  

    Advance registration is required.  You are encouraged to register online.  To register by phone or email, call the Association office. If you or your guest registered for this seminar but cannot attend, please cancel your registration online, or email/call the UWRA office.

    NOTE:  The weblink and virtual call information will be included in the meeting reminders registrants receive.


    UW-Madison Retirement Association
    21 N Park St, Room 7205
    Madison WI 53715-1218
    608-262-0641
    retireassn@mailplus.wisc.edu


    • Thu, March 24, 2022
    • 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
    • Virtual
    • 293
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    Details to follow.

    Chris Kleinhenz taught medieval Italian literature at the UW-Madison for almost forty years. He has led many tours to Italy sponsored by the Division of Continuing Studies and the UW Alumni Association and has lived in Italy (Naples, Bologna, Perugia, Florence and Rome) on various occasions where he taught and directed UW study-abroad programs. He has given a number of illustrated presentations on Italy for the Retirement Association.

    If you have preliminary questions for the speaker, please send to Program Coordinator Esther Olson at emolson2r@wisc.edu by March 17.


    Food Pantry Contributions:

    Checks payable to UW-Foundation, with "Open Seat" on the memo line may be mailed to UWRA, 21 North Park Street, Room 7205, Madison, WI 53715-1218.

    Registration Deadline:  Friday, March 19

    Registration:  

    Advance registration is required.  You are encouraged to register online.  To register by phone or email, call the Association office. If you or your guest registered for this seminar but cannot attend, please cancel your registration online, or email/call the UWRA office.

    NOTE:  The weblink and virtual call information will be included in the meeting reminders registrants receive.


    UW-Madison Retirement Association
    21 N Park St, Room 7205
    Madison WI 53715-1218
    608-262-0641
    retireassn@mailplus.wisc.edu


    • Tue, April 12, 2022
    • 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
    • virtual
    • 219
    Register

       

    More than 648,000 members including current state and local government employes and retirees look to the Wisconsin Retirement System (WRS) to help provide for their retirement.  The State of Wisconsin Investment Board (SWIB) is the independent state agency responsible for investing the assets of the retirement system.


    Edwin Denson joined SWIB in 2018 as managing director, asset and risk allocation. He was appointed executive director/chief investment officer in April 2021. Before joining SWIB, Edwin was managing director, strategic tilting, at Canada Pension Plan Investment Board (CPPIB). Prior to joining CPPIB in 2013, Edwin spent 13 years in asset allocation, currency, and risk management as a portfolio manager at William Blair & Company, managing member at Singer Partners LLC, and managing director and head of asset allocation at UBS Global Asset Management. Earlier in his career, Edwin was an economist at Lehman Brothers, Primark Decision Economics, and Putnam Investments, and he also briefly managed a commodity trading adviser and a quantitative equity strategy. Edwin holds a bachelor’s degree in economics from Cornell University and a PhD in economics from Northwestern University.


    Rochelle Klaskin, Deputy Executive Director and Chief Administrative Officer, joined SWIB in 2015 as its chief legal counsel before becoming deputy executive director/chief administrative officer.  Throughout her more than 20-year career, she has led and advised organizations on board governance and legal matters, daily operations, and strategic transitions and planning.  Prior to joining SWIB, she was a shareholder in the corporate practice group at the law firm Godfrey & Kahn, S.C., and she served as the managing partner of the firm’s Madison office. She earned her law degree from Chicago-Kent College of Law and a bachelor’s degree in journalism and mass communication from the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill.


    The Wisconsin Department of Employee Trust Funds (ETF) is the state agency administering retirement, insurance, and other benefit programs for active state and local employees and for retirees participating in the WRS.

    John Voelker, ETF Secretary, will provide projections for future Core and Variable fund annuity adjustments, and highlights of the design elements that keep the WRS strong and fully funded.  Mr. Voelker was appointed Deputy Secretary of the Department of Employee Trust Funds in July 2014, and has more than 30 years of public service experience. Immediately prior to his appointment he served 11 years as the Wisconsin Director of State Courts. During his 22 years with the court system, Mr. Voelker also served as the Assistant to the Chief Justice and as a Senior Policy Analyst. A native of Menasha, Wisconsin, he holds a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh.

    This presentation will be videotaped.

    If you have preliminary questions for the speaker, please send to Program Coordinators Kay Reuter-Krohn at kreuterkrohn@gmail.com and Millard Susman at msusman@wisc.edu by Tuesday, April 5.


    Food Pantry Contributions:

    Checks payable to UW-Foundation, with "Open Seat" on the memo line may be mailed to UWRA, 21 North Park Street, Room 7205, Madison, WI 53715-1218.


    Registration Deadline:  Friday, April 8.

    Registration:  

    Advance registration is required.  You are encouraged to register online.  To register by phone or email, call the Association office. If you or your guest registered for this seminar but cannot attend, please cancel your registration online, or email/call the UWRA office.

    NOTE:  The weblink and virtual call information will be included in the meeting reminders registrants receive.

    UW-Madison Retirement Association
    21 N Park St, Room 7205
    Madison WI 53715-1218
    608-262-0641
    retireassn@mailplus.wisc.edu


    • Tue, May 10, 2022
    • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    • Virtual
    • 294
    Register



    Join us for a presentation by Christine Benz. Christine is Morningstar’s director of personal finance and author of 30-Minute Money Solutions: A Step-by-Step Guide to Managing Your Finances and the Morningstar Guide to Mutual Funds: 5-Star Strategies for Success. She holds a bachelor’s degree in political science and Russian/East European studies from the University of Illinois.

    More details about the program to follow.

    If you have preliminary questions for the speaker, please send to Program Coordinator Paul Reichel at paulreichel806@gmail.com and Faisal Kaud at fakaud@wisc.edu, by Tuesday, May 3.

    Food Pantry Contributions:

    Checks payable to UW-Foundation, with "Open Seat" on the memo line may be mailed to UWRA, 21 North Park Street, Room 7205, Madison, WI 53715-1218.

    Registration Deadline:  Friday, May 10.

    Registration:  

    Advance registration is required.  You are encouraged to register online.  To register by phone or email, call the Association office. If you or your guest registered for this seminar but cannot attend, please cancel your registration online, or email/call the UWRA office.

    NOTE:  The weblink and virtual call information will be included in the meeting reminders registrants receive.


    UW-Madison Retirement Association
    21 N Park St, Room 7205
    Madison WI 53715-1218
    608-262-0641
    retireassn@mailplus.wisc.edu


    • Wed, May 18, 2022
    • 12:00 PM - 4:00 PM
    • UW-Madison Memorial Union, 800 Langdon Street, Check TITU
    • 150


    ANNUAL MEETING, LUNCH, SPEAKERS AND TOURS 

    Memorial Union Tripp Commons



    Details to follow

    Questions? Call or Email:  

    UW-Madison Retirement Association

    21 N Park St, Room 7205

    Madison, WI 53715-1218

    608-262-0641

    retireassn@mailplus.wisc.edu 

     

Past events

Tue, November 16, 2021 The More Things Change, The More They Stay The Same A Tax and Financial Update (zs)
Thu, November 11, 2021 Songs that sustained us .. then and now (zs)
Tue, November 09, 2021 Cancelled: What is Quantum Computing? (rescheduled 1/4/22)
Fri, October 29, 2021 Imaginative technologies for student learning (zs)
Tue, October 26, 2021 Madison's Sister City Program (zs)
Wed, October 20, 2021 Fall Member Reception
Tue, October 12, 2021 2022 It's Your Choice (IYC) Update (zs)
Thu, October 07, 2021 Update on COVID-19 pandemic (zs)
Tue, September 28, 2021 Can we afford retirement as we age? (zs)
Mon, September 20, 2021 A taste of Africa - Rwanda, Kenya & Tanzania (zs)
Wed, June 09, 2021 Welcome Gathering for New Members (z)
Tue, June 08, 2021 Welcome Gathering for New Members (z)
Tue, June 01, 2021 Master Gardener Program (zs)
Tue, May 25, 2021 International Crane Foundation (zs)
Fri, May 21, 2021 Tech Clinic: Time to replace your tablet or smartphone? (z)
Tue, May 18, 2021 State of Wisconsin 2021 Budget Options and Potential Outcomes (zs)
Fri, May 14, 2021 Tech Clinic: Time to replace your laptop or desktop? (z)
Tue, May 11, 2021 Annual membership meeting and Featured speaker, Gary Brown (zm)
Wed, May 05, 2021 Tribal Relations and Teaching and Learning in Higher Education (zsp )
Fri, April 23, 2021 Devil's Lake State Park Virtual Hike (zsp)
Tue, April 20, 2021 2021 Annual ETF and SWIB Update (zs)
Wed, March 31, 2021 Latest developments in COVID-19: Perspectives from Wisconsin (zsp)
Wed, March 24, 2021 Medieval Florence: Dante’s City and Inspiration (zsp)
Tue, March 23, 2021 Social Security works for everyone! Protecting and expanding the insurance Americans love and count on (zsp)
Fri, March 19, 2021 What happened to my classroom? Online teaching and learning at UW-Madison in Spring, 2021 (zsp)
Tue, March 16, 2021 Putin's Russia and the Redefinition of Power in yet another New World Order (zsp)
Wed, February 17, 2021 Sustainable, Responsible and Impact Investing: Post Pandemic (and Election) Recommendations (z)(s)
Tue, February 09, 2021 Equity in Pandemic Schooling: Technology, Diversity, and Impact (zs)
Wed, January 13, 2021 Identity theft: protect and prevent (zs)
Wed, December 16, 2020 The Health of the US Economy (zs)
Wed, December 09, 2020 Tuscan Hill Towns Travelogue (zs)
Tue, December 01, 2020 Dane County & Madison leaders address COVID-19 challenges (zs)
Wed, November 18, 2020 Well-being is a skill: Lessons for the current pandemic (zs)
Tue, November 17, 2020 Tech Clinic: Come 'Zoom' with us (z)
Wed, November 11, 2020 The future of your data footprint (zs)
Thu, November 05, 2020 Zoom training ROC Co-chairs (z)
Wed, November 04, 2020 The new normal: the CARES Act & Economic Impact of COVID-19 pandemic (zs)
Tue, October 20, 2020 Saving your digital stuff: personal and family history (zs)
Fri, October 16, 2020 Webinar training for program coordinators (z)
Wed, October 14, 2020 2021 It's Your Choice (IYC) Update (zs)
Tue, October 06, 2020 Pandemic COVID-19: a novel virus (zs)
Tue, September 15, 2020 What's your super power?
Fri, September 11, 2020 Test the Webinar Waters
Thu, July 16, 2020 *VIRTUAL* UWRA Special Membership Meeting
Thu, June 18, 2020 *VIRTUAL* UWRA Annual Meeting
Tue, May 19, 2020 CANCELLED: What's your super power!
Tue, May 12, 2020 CANCELLED: May 2020 Annual Membership Meeting, Luncheon, Speaker, and Tours
Tue, April 28, 2020 CANCELLED: Wisconsin State Journal political cartoons
Thu, April 23, 2020 CANCELLED: ETC Tech Clinic: Travel Apps
Tue, April 21, 2020 CANCELLED: 2020 Annual ETF and SWIB Update
Tue, April 14, 2020 CANCELLED Modern genomics and the surveillance state: using DNA to identify and track people
Thu, April 02, 2020 CANCELLED: Behind the scenes with "To the best of our knowledge"
Tue, March 17, 2020 CANCELLED Identity theft: protect and prevent
Wed, March 04, 2020 The Sounds and Sightings of Nature Apps
Thu, February 27, 2020 ETC Tech Clinic: Google Photos 2
Wed, February 19, 2020 Financial security and well being in retirement: what lies ahead?
Tue, February 11, 2020 Wisconsin wildlife rehabilitation: caring for sick and injured animals
Thu, January 23, 2020 ETC Tech Clinic: What’s a podcast? Why should I be interested?
Tue, January 14, 2020 Do I need a trust? How does a trust benefit me or my heirs?
Tue, December 17, 2019 The Health of the US Economy
Thu, December 05, 2019 Janesville Rotary Gardens holiday light show and dinner
Wed, November 20, 2019 I am NOT old enough !!! 27 stages of moving to a retirement community
Thu, November 14, 2019 Getting IT Done Session - Streaming TV
Wed, November 13, 2019 Tax Cuts, Tariffs and Treaties
Mon, October 21, 2019 CANCELLED: An afternoon with the Wisconsin Foundation and Alumni Association
Thu, October 17, 2019 Diet and the Aging Eye
Wed, October 16, 2019 Estate planning 101 – the essentials
Thu, October 10, 2019 What kinds of computing devices should I be using?
Mon, October 07, 2019 TRIP CANCELLED - Milwaukee Harley-Davidson Museum, Newsroom Pub, The Hop, and public market
Wed, October 02, 2019 Enjoying our best mental health as we age
Thu, September 26, 2019 Get IT Done (GITD): Google Tools -- Photos, Docs, and Keep
Tue, September 24, 2019 State Health Insurance Update for 2020
Thu, July 11, 2019 Holy Wisdom Monastery and Prairie Tour
Wed, June 19, 2019 Changes to DoIT User Services, Help Desk, and Repair Services
Wed, May 29, 2019 Larson’s Famous Clydesdales, Vines & Rushes Winery, the Birthplace of the GOP
Tue, May 21, 2019 Making your money last through retirement
Wed, May 01, 2019 Discovering Civil War Writings of Wisconsin Women
Tue, April 16, 2019 2019 Annual ETF and SWIB Update
Tue, April 09, 2019 Google tools for everyday tasks
Mon, April 01, 2019 No April Fools - The Bugs Will Be Coming
Thu, March 28, 2019 GITD: What are they and how do they work?
Tue, March 19, 2019 Investment success in a shrinking world of global growth
Thu, March 07, 2019 Trek Bicycle Headquarters, Lunch, and "My Fair Lady" at Fireside Theater
Tue, March 05, 2019 Intro to LIVING LEDGER, A compiliation of vital personal information
Tue, February 19, 2019 Skilled Nursing Facilities in Transition, Emergent Home Care Agencies, and Medical Oversight
Thu, January 31, 2019 The East Troy Railroad Museum
Thu, January 24, 2019 GITD: Password Management Workshop
Tue, January 15, 2019 Federal Budget Implications for the future of Medicare and Social Security
Tue, December 18, 2018 The Health of the U.S. Economy
Thu, December 13, 2018 The Genomics Revolution: What our DNA can tell us about ourselves, our history, and our future
Tue, December 04, 2018 Majestic mountains and mystical Moorish meanderings
Thu, November 29, 2018 GITD: Can we learn to bank the way today's students do?
Wed, November 28, 2018 My will is not my estate plan
Thu, October 25, 2018 Get IT Done: Technology smartness and security
Wed, October 24, 2018 Landscapes of Lilliput
Tue, October 23, 2018 How to capture and keep your family history using digital recording
Thu, October 11, 2018 Anderson Japanese Gardens, Lunch, and Curran Orchard
Tue, October 02, 2018 2019 It's Your Choice Update
Fri, September 28, 2018 Why do people come to my office?
Thu, September 27, 2018 GITD: Viruses, Malware and Other Threats Update
Thu, September 20, 2018 Hope is not a strategy...Avoid disaster by protecting your digital world
Wed, September 19, 2018 Potosi Brewery and Stonefield Village
Tue, September 18, 2018 Taxes . . . Always Changing . . . Never Boring!
Thu, May 24, 2018 ETC Program: Get IT Done: Facebook Privacy and Security
Tue, May 15, 2018 Understanding Geriatic Services & Navigating the Senior Adult Resources in Dane County
Tue, May 08, 2018 Special May Financial Webinar, The new Federal income tax law and how it affects retirees
Wed, May 02, 2018 Jerry Apps Revisits UW-Madison Campus Days in Once a Professor
Thu, April 26, 2018 ETC Program: Get IT Done: Amazon and Google at your command
Wed, April 25, 2018 Securing Our Information -- Data Security and Password Management
Wed, April 18, 2018 How Not to be Wrong, Prof Jordan Ellenberg
Tue, April 17, 2018 April Annual ETF and SWIB Update
Thu, April 12, 2018 Remembering the Holocaust
Wed, March 28, 2018 Welcome to UWRA.wildapricot.org
Thu, March 22, 2018 Getting IT Done: How Might Smart Technology Help Us Age in Place? (preceded by ETC Meeting)
Tue, February 27, 2018 Mediterranean Diet Cooking Class
Tue, February 20, 2018 Preparing to settle your estate
Tue, January 16, 2018 Financial Program on retirement communities


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Madison, WI 53715-1218

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