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2016 Service Awards & Retirement Recipients 

You are invited to join the University in recognizing our 2016 Service Awards & Retirement Recipients.

Houston Campus
April 27, 2016
IHSH 1113, 1120
2:00 p.m.

Dallas Campus
May 2, 2016
IHSD 3620
2:00 p.m.

Denton Campus
May 3, 2016
Southwest Room,
Hubbard Hall
2:00 p.m. 


Service Awards

Service awards are calculated on years of continuous service to TWU in a benefits-eligible position, excluding breaks in service, temporary and/or student positions. Service awards are based on the fiscal year rather than on first employment dates. Example:

2016 Awards
  

September 2, 2010

Through

September 1, 2011

5 years

September 2, 2005

Through

September 1, 2006

10 years

September 2, 2000

Through

September 1, 2001

15 years

September 2, 1995

Through

September 1, 1996

20 years

September 2, 1990

Through

September 1, 1991

25 years

September 2, 1985

Through

September 1, 1986

30 years

September 2, 1980

Through

September 1, 1981

35 years

September 2, 1975

Through

September 1, 1976

40 years

September 2, 1970

Through

September 1, 1971

45 years

September 2, 1965

Through

September 1, 1966

50 year

*Retirees returning to work in benefits-eligible positions are eligible to receive an award if there is no break in service.


Service Awards Committee: Estela Long, Manager of Compensation, Myrna Flores, Manager of Recruitment, Sharon Cowan, Manager of HR Accounting, Jana Sewald, Senior HR Generalist, Rhonda Redfearn, Senior HR Generalist, Melissa Ozuna, Manager of Employee Development & Communications

Retirees

All retirees must have made an appointment with Benefits in the Office of Human Resources before becoming a TWU Retirement Recipient. Please see information below:

TWU Retiree To be considered a TWU Retiree and be honored at TWU’s Service Awards & Retirement Recognition Program, employees must have a minimum of 10 years of unwithdrawn State or Texas ISD service and be at least 65 years of age, OR have a minimum of 10 years of unwithdrawn State or Texas ISD service and meet Rule of 80 (age + years of service).  Please note, employees may be eligible to retire without meeting these conditions but will not be considered a TWU Retiree.  Retirees are honored only once.  Each retiree is honored at time of retirement regardless of any future return to work agreements.  Faculty members who choose to participate in the Retired Teaching Option (RTO) will be honored as a retiree BEFORE beginning RTO employment.

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