News & Notes

  • Fond Farewell to Tucson

    The sun has set on Tucson and the 2018 conference. However, attendees were treated to beautiful weather, top-notch speakers and unique networking opportunities. If you missed us in the Grand Canyon state, here are just a few of the exciting things the annual conference offered this year.   Read More »

  • Cohen on Big Business of Aging, Power of Universities

    Dean of the USC Leonard Davis School of Gerontology and 2016 NPEA guest speaker Dr. Pinchas Cohen published an essay for the Milken Institute and the PBS Next Avenue series on how universities drive innovation in aging.   Read More »

  • Hershfield One of Best 40 Under 40 Professors

    UCLA Anderson School of Management assistant professor of marketing and 2016 NPEA speaker Hal Hershfield was named one of Poets & Quants best 40 professors under the age of 40 for 2017.   Read More »

  • Tucson Proud to be a Little "Out There"

    Tucson is a place that beckons you to explore without boundaries. For those who venture off the beaten path, this city is proud to be a little "out there" - a natural oasis away from the unoriginal and pretentious that inspires the free spirit in us all.   Read More »

  • 5 Takeaways from Nashville

    Nashville certainly lived up to its billing as Music City USA. The home of the Grand Ol' Opry, Ryman Auditorium, and RCA Studio B if not likely to lose that crown anytime soon. But Nashville proved to be much more than just the music as it hosted the 37th annual NPEA conference.  Read More »

  • Weller Weighs in on Health Care Bill

    2016 NPEA conference speaker Christian Weller was featured prominently in a piece by Robert Farley of factcheck.org on the potential job losses related to the American Health Care Act.   Read More »

  • Ten Things You Might Not Know About Nashville

    Nashville became known worldwide as “Music City” when WSM radio announcer David Cobb used the now-famous nickname on a 1950 broadcast. But there is so much more to this iconic city than the music. Nashville’s history, diversity, ingenuity, and prominence surprises many - even those who call it home. Here are a few more interesting things you may not have known about Nashville.  Read More »

  • Partnering for a Purpose

    Guest editorial by NPEA Member Bobbie O'Neil of the Ohio Public Employees Retirement System. If there’s one comment we hear more than anything at OPERS it’s “I wish I would have started saving earlier”.  Read More »

  • Riding the Wave Home from California

    The 2016 Annual Conference in Newport Beach was everything we expected and more. The location, accommodations, attendees, speakers and networking opportunities were all superb! We took a look at the future to see how new research and programs are helping us connect with our future selves in pursuing financial well being, extending our longevity and aging with dignity. We looked at the upcoming election and the potential impacts of a new administration and congress on the future of public pensions.  Read More »

  • Steve Crescenzo Cuts Through the Clutter

    One of our most popular conference speakers returned to host an NPEA webinar entitled Cutting through the Clutter that was equally informative and entertaining.  Read More »

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