Whether you are a current retiree or in the planning stages,
a wealth of information is available at your fingertips.
Wondering where to start in the planning process?
The Retirement Checklist can help!
People are living longer than ever. Advances in medicine & technology are not only helping us live longer, but live better as well. A healthy and happy retirement requires careful planning. At the U of R, we are committed to supporting you through this process and beyond.
Retirement. Ever. Better.
The Office of Total Rewards presents The Retiree Spotlight! Staying connected to our University of Rochester retirees is important to us. To show how much we appreciate them and their years of dedication to the University, we’ve given our retirees the opportunity to tell us who they are, how long they’ve been with the University of Rochester and what they are up to now. We thank you for your hard work and years of dedication!
Theodore Brown. Theodore (Ted) Brown retired on December 31, 2018 after dedicating forty-one years to the University of Rochester as History Professor in the College of Arts and Science and as Professor of Public Health Sciences in the School of Medicine and Dentistry. He remains connected to the University of Rochester as a guest presenter to various classes, offers one-on-one electives to medical students, supervising a few doctoral students in History, and even substitute teaches occasionally. Ted keeps busy, continuing as an historian of medicine, health policy, and public health. He remains active as a writer and editor for the American Journal of Public Health and is an active member of many professional associations and advocacy organizations such as the American Association of the History of Medicine, the American Public Health Association, Physicians for a National Health Program, and the Jewish Voice for Peace. In his free time, Ted enjoys visiting local restaurants old and new, going to the movies, and occasionally seeing live performances at GEVA Theatre or other venues around town. He sincerely misses the daily interactions with his students at the University of Rochester.
We recommend that employees nearing retirement attend an informational session 6 months – 1 year before your anticipated retirement date. Not able to make it to one of our informational sessions? Not a problem! Here is our presentation to help you learn about eligibility, health & dental benefits and other benefits available to retirees: