THE ASSOCIATION OF RETIRED FACULTY (ARF)


P.O. Box 280578
Northridge, California 91328-0578
California State University, Northridge
Office: Santa Susana Hall #110
Phone: (818) 677-7848
e-mail: assocrtf@csun.edu






Spring 2017

 

Thursday, April 6, 2017
The ARF Field Trip for Spring

(Please Note: Thursday, not Wednesday)

THE NETHERCUTT MUSEUM AND COLLECTION
15200 Bledsoe Street
Sylmar, CA 91342

The Nethercutt houses one of America’s best collections of antique automobiles and mechanical musical instruments.

WHEN TO MEET:  10:45 A.M.

WHERE TO MEET: CSUN PARKING LOT F-10
Near the corner of Lassen and Lindley
(Please bring a $2.00 tip for the driver)

The bus will be provided compliments of
L.A. CITY COUNCILMAN MITCHELL ENGLANDER

LUNCH will be at 11:15 A.M.
EL PRESIDENTE MEXICAN RESTAURANT
11451 Sepulveda Blvd.
Mission Hills, CA 91345
(AT PARTICIPANT’S EXPENSE)

DOCENT TOUR at the Nethercutt Museum at 1:30 P.M.
(COST: There is no fee for the admission or docent tour)

R.S.V.P.  BY MARCH 31, 2017.

alyce.akers@csun.edu

 

Professors Allen and Turner will describe their recent online update of our award-winning 1997 book, The Ethnic Quilt. This new publication covers the 34 largest ethnic and racial groups in Los Angeles County and its surrounding four counties. They used 2010 data from the U.S. census to map group distributions and analyze certain characteristics, and in their talk will present some detailed maps and other highlights.

L.A. County’s ten million people make it by far the most populous of all counties in the U.S., suggesting that the patterns they discovered may be more widely generalized. Local audiences have found their maps and other results both original and very interesting, helping people appreciate the wider context of their lives. Be sure to mark the date on your calendar. 


If you like to plan ahead, please visit our "Programs" page and find out what we have planned for the remainder of this year.



for more information about what we have planned for the future.

If you have fully retired or are on F.E.R.P. and don't want just to sit at home, we are the organization for you! You don't have to be a member to attend our lectures and functions, but you do if you want to receive the ARF Newsletter which will keep you up-to-date on our activities, on those of your friends and colleagues, and on other issues important to retired faculty.
All CSUN retired faculty, including those in the Faculty Early Retirement Program and retired CSUN part-time faculty with PERS benefits (equivalent of teaching five years full-time teaching), are eligible for A.R.F. membership, as are retired faculty from other universities and colleges and survivors of A.R.F. members.
In addition, The Executive Committee may offer membership to any other individuals deemed qualified for membership by virtue of close association with the faculty of CSUN.
To apply for membership,complete and mail our application form or contact our Membership Chair.

If you are a member of the California State University Emeritus and Retired Faculty Association (ERFA), you are not automatically a member of ARF. But, if you are on the payroll deduction plan for ERFA, you can contact the ERFA office and just request that $3.00 per month be added for ARF membership dues.

You can also pay ARF dues separately by check.

In either case, we'd appreciate it if you would print out and complete our application form and tell us which payment form you prefer.

Welcome and Thanks for joining us!


For more information about
ERFA and how it differs from
ARF, Click here

Our Clubs



Book (3 clubs)

Birding

Movie
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Needle ARF
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