The Retired Faculty Association of the University of Virginia (RFA) will provide a means for communication between the University of Virginia and its retired faculty, and permit the scheduling of events and programs for its members on a continuing basis.

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February Lunch Photos Now Online

Our lunch on February 11, 2019, featured a very important and insightful presentation by Professor Louis Nelson about the lives of enslaved people in Jefferson’s Academical Village and the significant contributions they made to its construction and functioning. We again had a very large and appreciative crowd. Bob Ribando’s excellent photos of the lunch, are […]

November Lunch Photos Now Online

We had another large crowd at our November 12, 2018, lunch to hear Roger Anderson give a very insightful presentation on the “Changing Face of Cancer.”  Bob Ribando again took some wonderful pictures of the lunch, which are now on this website.  

September Lunch Photos Now Online

Our lunch at the Omni Hotel on September 10, 2018, featuring our speaker UVA Director of Athletics Carla Williams, attracted one of our largest crowds ever.  188 people made reservations.  Bob Ribando took some excellent pictures of the lunch, which are now online on this website.

New RFA Events for 2018-19

During the coming academic year, the Retired Faculty Association will again have three lunches with interesting speakers at the Omni Hotel and a spring reception at the Colonnade Club.  Here is the new schedule:

OLLI Teaching Opportunities

All of us have accumulated a significant store of knowledge and skills in our professional lives and our avocations. Consider passing on some of your knowledge and skills to others in an OLLI course.

Karin Bonding’s “Ever-changing Financial Landscape”

Karin Bonding’s talk on the “Ever-changing Financial Landscape” at our lunch on November 16, 2016, generated much interest among those in attendance and a request to put it on our website. She has very graciously allowed us to do so.  To read her talk and her useful handout, click on “Read More” and then the […]