IU School of Medicine is grateful to all retired faculty for their dedicated service to learners, patients, research and the advancement of health care. IU School of Medicine retirees are a vital part of the school community and there are many ways to stay connected.




Volunteering for IU After Retirement

The following is a list of example volunteer opportunities for retired faculty. To express interests in any of the listed volunteer opportunities, use the contact information provided. When in doubt, feel free to contact fapdd@iu.edu.

  • Assist with planning IUSM retiree engagement activities
  • Conduct Career Development Consultations
  • Participate in faculty development presentations
  • Serve on an IUSM committee: review committee opportunities here

  • Serve as a mentor and/or review manuscripts for scholars in the CTSI I3 program, John Spence jspence@iupui.edu
  • Serve as a mentor and/or review manuscripts for FAPDD Program to Launch URM Success (faculty development program for minority scholars), Brownsyne Tucker Edmonds btuckere@iupui.edu

Working for IU after retirement

Returning to a paid IU position is possible, however, the rules of a bona fide separation must be followed. A bona fide separation consists of the following requirements: a 30-day break in employment. Certain programs have additional eligibility restrictions.