Meet Retirement Psychology Expert Dr. Nancy K. Schlossberg Sept. 15, 2004

Photo of Nancy SchlossbergThe University Library will proudly present “Don’t Shy Away From Retirement-Embrace It! A discussion with author/psychologist Nancy K. Schlossberg, EdD,” from 12-1 p.m. on September 15, 2004. The event will be in the University Student Center Speakers Auditorium , 44 Courtland Street, Atlanta.

Dr. Schlossberg will speak about her book, Retire Smart, Retire Happy: Finding Your True Path In Life-one of the first books published on the psychology of retirement. In it, Dr. Schlossberg helps those grappling with the prospect or reality of retirement to answer difficult questions of self-identity, meaning, and personal fulfillment; that is, can retirement be the time of our lives?

Dr. Schlossberg is Co-president of TransitionWorks consulting group and Professor Emerita of Counseling Psychology at the University of Maryland. She is an expert in the areas of adult transitions and career development, and the author of seven books. A frequent guest on radio and TV, Dr. Schlossberg has most recently appeared on PBS’ In the Prime, Fox News, CNN Sonia Live, CBS Evening News, and CBS This Morning.

Signed copies of Retire Smart, Retire Happy will be available for purchase. The event is free and open to the public and presented with support from The Usery Fund: Improving the Lives of American Workers.

MARTA Directions

On the E/W MARTA line: Exit at Georgia State station and proceed northeast (away from the state capitol) on Peidmont Avenue for two blocks. The Georgia State Student Center is on the left, at the corner of Peidmont Avenue and Gilmer Street.

On the N/S MARTA line: Transfer to the East/West line at Five Points station; travel east to Georgia State station. Exit and proceed as indicated above.


Public parking is available in a lot adjacent to the Geogia State MARTA station on Peidmont Avenue ($5).

For more information call 404/651-8714.

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