UC Emeriti Association Luncheon Features Keynote Speaker President Neville Pinto

The University of Cincinnati Emeriti Association is set to welcome President Neville Pinto as the keynote speaker for the inaugural event in the organization's new Luncheon Speaker Series Sept. 21.

The event will be held in the Center for the Enrichment of Teaching and Learning at the Langsam Library and is open to the public. The lunch will cost $10 in cash upon arrival. The reservation deadline is September 18.

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to make a reservation for the luncheon. Current and prospective UC Emeriti are encouraged to attend. Lunch will be served at 11:30 a.m. followed by the president’s address at noon.

President Pinto served at UC for 26 years within the College of Engineering and Applied Science and as dean of the Graduate School. In his address at the luncheon on September 21, President Pinto will speak on his vision for the university and how he plans to achieve his goals.

The UC Emeriti Association launched a new newsletter this month titled "Emeriti Connections." The newsletter is intended to engage and inform UC Emeriti. To read the September issue of "Emeriti Connections,"

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For additional information on future events in the Luncheon Speaker series or to be placed on the Emeriti newsletter email listserv, please contact Haley Fite at fiteha@mail.uc.edu.

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