Bianchi Award: With a priority for projects that have the highest potential for promoting the public good, this emeritus-founded and emeritus-funded award was established to advance the interests of active members.
Coffee/Lunch Discussions: Topical discussions, which cover a variety of subjects, e.g. medicine, chemistry, anthropology, business, etc., are held in The Luce Center, 825 Houston Mill Road N.E. Atlanta, GA 30329. Coffee Discussion (formerly known as Breakfast Discussion) is held from 9:00-10:30 AM every first Monday of each month. Lunch Discussion is held from 11:30-1:00 every third Monday of each month.
Heilbrun Fellowships: Two yearly fellowships granted to emeritus faculty in Arts and Sciences and administered by Emory College are funded by a generous contribution from the family of Alfred B. Heilbrun Jr., Emeritus Professor of Psychology. Annually, EUEC sponsors a reception, which acknowledges the recipients' continuing research and scholarship beyond retirement.
Living History: This project consists of professionally taped audio and video interviews featuring Emory University emeriti. Chronicling emeriti works and presentations help ensure that their contributions become a permanent part of the Woodruff Library's history of Emory.
Sheth Distinguished Lecture: Thanks to a generous gift from Dr. Jagdish and Mrs. Madhu Sheth, the Emeritus College presents an annual lecture and luncheon. Speakers from within and around the Emory community provide insight around Creativity in Later Life.
Women's Conversations: "Continuing the Conversation on Mid and Late Life Transitions" brings together Emory emeritae and senior women faculty and staff four-to-five times yearly. Inspired by the popularity of this program, a similar session aims to provide men the opportunity to meet several times a year to discuss their transitional stories.