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Welcome to the Retired Staff Association (RSA) webpage - this is your hub for news, updates, messages and information about upcoming events and meet-ups.

Please use the navigation below to find your way around - and feel free to drop the University's HR Communications team an email if there's anything else you'd like to see on this page.

About us

The RSA is a way for retired members of staff from the University of Warwick to stay in contact and keep up to speed on all the latest Warwick goings-on.

Being a member means:

  • you'll receive the RSA newsletter and hear about current University activities, developments and achievements
  • you can stay in touch with other retired members of staff
  • you're allowed access to certain University amentities, including the Library and the Sports Hall
  • you can get involved with social activities with the rest of the group, from rambles and coach trips through to Christmas events and talks.

Even if you have moved away from the area, the RSA can provide a valuable means of keeping in touch - you'll receive regular newsletters as well as some of the University's own publications and mailings.

Get involved

Fancy joining our group? Membership is open to all staff who have now retired from the University and are in receipt of a University pension.

About us

Chair Joan Cole

Secretary Jean Norman 

Minutes Secretary Charlotte Billing

Treasurer Russell Moseley

Membership Secretary Elaine Lenton

Walks Co-ordinator Kay Rainsley

Visits Co-ordinator Denis Welchman

Newsletter Editor Roberta Warman

Committee members David Botterill
Margaret Clarke
Brenda Wilson

Bursary Sub-committee Joan Cole
Terry Kemp
George Raper

University support Tim Wilkinson

Staff memories

"Jack Butterworth was wont to go walkabout when bored and on one occasion he picked me for company. We wandered into Rootes Reception, which at that time looked pretty bare and unwelcoming. 'Oh,' says JB, 'that corner leads into the kitchens, and might be a good place to introduce an evening eating area. All we need is two walls incorporating plenty of glass, and a cooking area...'"

Read memories from former staff members on our '40 years of innovation' webpage