Our leadership includes the Executive Director and the Executive Committee led by the President of the Emeriti Association.
The Executive Director is a Provost Fellow appointed by the Provost and is responsible for executing programs and strategies that serve to promote the mission of the Emeriti Association & Center.
Antoinette Larkin, PhD
Executive Director of the Emeriti Association
Associate Professor, Business & Professional Communication
Dr. Larkin is Associate Professor of Business & Professional Communication, Professional Writing Program, Department of English, Arts & Sciences. Her research currently focuses on corporate publications and visual design and has been published by the Association for Computing Machinery and Baywood Press. She holds degrees in English, History, and Public Relations. She has written for the London Times, and for Irish Radio. She joined UC in 1993 as Writing Program Administrator for the College of Applied Science, worked extensively with the University Honors Program, and is the recipient of a Faculty Achievement Award, and the William C. Boyce Award for Teaching Excellence. Dr. Larkin is a past-president and Board Member of Irish Studies for the Mid-West Modern Language Association and has served on the Board of the Cincinnati Shakespeare Company.
The President is responsible for furthering the mission of the organization, and the execution of all business affairs of the organization in consultation with the Board and the Provost’s Office.
Ralph Katerberg, PhD
President, Emeriti Association
Professor Emeritus of Organizational Behavior
Our current president has previously served as Management Department Head and Associate Dean for Academic Affairs for the Lindner College of Business. He has also served as Interim Dean of the College. A graduate of Calvin College, Dr. Katerberg received masters and doctoral degrees in Industrial-Organizational Psychology from the University of Illinois. He has studied and written about leadership, employee turnover, motivation, and job attitudes for journals such as the Academy of Management Journal and the Journal of Applied Psychology. He has also served as a consultant to many businesses and military organizations.
Sally Moomaw, EdD
Vice President, Emeriti Association
Professor Emerita, Early Childhood Education, CECH-Curriculum & Instruction
Dr. Sally Moomaw is a member of the Emeriti Association Board and joined the Early Childhood Education faculty at the University of Cincinnati in 2008. This followed a long career as a preschool teacher at the UC Arlitt Center. A UC alumna, she has also earned a Master's of Child Development and a Bachelor's of Music. Dr. Moomaw served as Chair of the UC Faculty and Faculty Senate from 2016 – 2018. She has authored 18 books on early childhood education and is the recipient of the Cohen Award for Outstanding Teaching and the University Service Award.
Kathryn Lorenz, PhD
Secretary, Emeriti Association
Professor Emerita of French
Dr. Kathryn Lorenz is an Educator Professor Emerita of French in the Department of Romance and Arabic Languages and Literatures in the College of Arts & Sciences. She specializes in Medieval French Literature and taught a variety of courses such as Reading French for Graduate Students, Paris, and Basic French. Dr. Lorenz also serves on the Loveland City School District Board of Education and the Great Oaks Institute of Technology and Career Development Board of Directors.
Pat Kumpf, EdD
Treasurer, Emeriti Association
Professor Emeritus of Information Technology
Dr. Kumpf is Associate Professor Emeritus in the School of Information Technology in the College of Education, Criminal Justice, and Human Services. During his 48-year tenure at the university, he served as an instructor, department head, and associate dean. His varied teaching career includes stints at Withrow High School and Morehead State University in Kentucky. After returning to UC, he spent 26 years in administration. Dr. Kumpf serves as the treasurer of the Victory Aviation Flying Club, and he is a member the Board of Directors of The Friends of Lauren Hill Memorial Park.
George Babcock, PhD
Representative to Faculty Senate
Professor Emeritus of Surgery
Dr. George Babcock is the Chair of IACUC at the University of Cincinnati, College of Medicine and Former Assistant Director of Research at Shriners Hospitals for Children. The UC IACUC is responsible for the animals at the three main campuses and two branch campuses of UC, plus at the Shriners Hospitals for Children-Cincinnati. In the role of IACUC chair, he reports to the associate vice president for Research Integrity, who serves as the institutional official. Additionally, he represents the IACUC on the institutional biosafety committee and interfaces with the Radiation Safety Department, the Human Health and Safety Department, and the Office of Research Integrity on issues relating to animals and animal workers.
Terence Milligan, DMA
Past President and ex officio Board Member
Professor Emeritus of Music, College Conservatory of Music
Dr. Terence Milligan completed a 2-year term as President in May 2022. He was a faculty member for 35 years at CCM until May 2014. He served as Associate Director of Wind Studies, conducted the CCM Wind Ensemble and directed the Graduate Cognate Program in Wind Conducting. From 1979 until 1993 he was also the Director of the Bearcat Bands program. Milligan holds a Doctor of Musical Arts degree from the University of Texas at Austin as well as the Master’s and Baccalaureate degrees from West Texas State University. He is a 2-time recipient of the Glover Outstanding Teacher Award, was named Outstanding Teacher of the Year by UC’s Honors Scholars Program. He has received the George Barbour Award “for outstanding contributions and excellence in faculty-student relations.” Milligan continues to teach as an adjunct professor, assist in raising funds for undergraduate instrumental scholarships, perform as a clarinetist with the Fillmore Wind Band, and supervise the Fillmore Chamber Winds.