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  • The Rutgers Retired Faculty and Staff Association serves as the official university-sponsored retiree organization of Rutgers University. It aims to enhance collaboration, coordination, and consistency among the current various university retiree organizations and to provide a single association that guides the connections between retired faculty and staff and the university. Its primary functions include pre- and post-retirement programing and information sharing about retiree-specific university benefits; programs, and activities; promotion of social and professional interactions, and matching retiree expertise and university volunteer activities.
  • The Interdisciplinary Project. The Interdisciplinary Project focuses on the opportunities and challenges associated with planning and successfully implementing interdisciplinary initiatives within higher education. In this effort, OL has collaborated with the Rutgers Institute for Food, Nutrition and Health, and faculty and professional staff from Rutgers and the Robert Wood Johnson School of Medicine.
  • Mission Assessment, Alignment, and Planning (MAAP). The MAAP project is being developed in collaboration with the School of Arts and Sciences and a Task Force of representatives from various academic and academic support units, student life, and administrative and service units across the university. The project provides a unique way to capture and visually display the ways in which programs across the university contribute to the undergraduate experience.
  • Faculty Service Recognition Program – The Faculty Service Recognition Program, based on the Staff Service Recognition Program, and organized by the University Human Resources Department, is an annual reception, luncheon, and program to honor faculty celebrating 10, 20, 30, 40, or 50 years of employment at Rutgers University. Eligible faculty members receive formal invitations from the University President inviting them to attend the event. The President and Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs host the festivities and present award gifts.