To provide communications, programs, services, and activities of interest to TI and former TIers around the world.

Education

Aging and Eldercare Seminar

For this seminar, TIAA is joining forces with current TIers and the TI Work/Life program participants.  Our keynote speaker, Lue Taff, heads the Elder Care Partners program at The Senior Source.  Many individuals are in the unfamiliar position of caring for aging loved ones or addressing their own aging needs.  Come learn how Eldercare Specialists counsel, provide information, and help resolve problems and plan for the future.  Eldercare Specialists help older adults and their caregivers make thoughtful, informed decisions about housing, health care, finances, medicare, etc.

Protect Your Identity -- Don't Be a Victim!

Texins Activity Center CR1/2. Course taught by former FBI Agent and corporate security executive David Leopard. Understand how thieves will scheme to steal your personal information, and learn techniques to secure your data and prevent theft.  Mr. Leopard will provide guidelines for how to protect key personal information such as social security numbers and bank account numbers.  Please register as soon as possible since space is limited, by calling Jessica Stewart in the TIAA office at 214-567-8444.

Defensive Driving Course

Taught by TIer Pat Currin. At the end of this 6-hour course, you will receive a certificate which can be submitted to your insurance carrier to lower your auto insurance cost – some carriers provide up to 15% savings. Pack a lunch and join us for this informative and practical seminar. Lunch may also be purchased at the snack bar in Texins. Pat has taught Defensive Driving for many years and we are fortunate to have him with us again this year. This course is for defensive driving only; not for traffic tickets. TIAA Members FREE, nonmembers $10.

Geosciences Seminar

Come join us for our annual joint workshop with the UTD Retiree Association.  The event will take place at the Research & Operations Center of UT Dallas. It will start at 1:30 p.m. with a reception and refreshments, followed by a talk by Dr. James Carter, retired professor of GeoSciences. He will be discussing the “Geology of the Moon”. Dr. Carter was involved in support of NASA programs. Since there is limited parking on campus, we'll provide transportation from the Texins parking lot.

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