The University of Michigan Retirees Association (UMRA) helps retired U-M faculty and staff remain connected to the university and with one another. UMRA works to promote and ensure that retiree interests and concerns are recognized and considered by the University. Monthly meetings during the academic year provide an opportunity for UMRA members to socialize with their colleagues and see interesting presentations.
An agenda item for the upcoming Annual Member Meeting on October 24 will be to have all eligible members who attend discuss and vote on a new set of bylaws to govern the organization. The board has spent recent months developing these new bylaws to operationalize and contemporize the constitution. Though the existing Constitution and these Proposed Bylaws are similar in content and structure, it is being recommended by the UMRA Board that the Bylaws become the operating guidelines for UMRA.
Click here (or the headline above) to read the proposed Bylaws, review a summary of the substantive differences between the existing Constitution (here) and to understand the discussion and approval process in advance of the October 24 meeting.
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