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The Mission of the RIT Staff Council (RSC) is to provide the University with the perspective of staff on University issues; to serve as an advisory body to the President or his/her representative on issues and decisions which impact the RIT community; to initiate policy proposals and revisions and raise issues for University deliberation; and to review policy proposals, revisions, and issues raised by others for University deliberation.

Welcome to the RSC Web Site

Welcome! Staff Council is an advisory body to the President, or his/her representative, on issues and decisions which impact Rochester Institute of Technology. Our Staff Council Members communicate to staff about university news, events and initiatives and act as a conduit providing staff feedback and insights on university issues. Additionally, Staff Council initiates policy proposals and revisions, and raises issues for University consideration.

 
This site provides a wealth of information for the RIT community. It is our hope that you will join us at meetings, nominate a coworker for one of our awards, or offer suggestions for transforming RIT into the “Innovation University”. Most of all we want you to join your colleagues and get involved! All Staff Council meetings are open to all RIT community members.
 

Also, please help us share the news about staff success! We're always excited to help spread the word about RIT staff who receive awards - either internal or external - for their work at RIT.  If you or an RIT staff member you know has recently received recognition for his or her work, please email the Staff Council office at stafcoun@rit.edu to let us know so that we can share the news with the RIT community via the Staff Council blog.

RIT Staff Council Executive Committee 2014-15

Staff Council Executive Committee:
(Left to Right): Becky Kiely (Communications Officer), Lauren Shields (Chair), Hope Williams, Donna Black, Karen Ester, Kevin Wilson, Raman Bhalla (Vice Chair). Not shown: David Woodhams (Events Officer)

 

Latest Posts from the Staff Council Blog

The Staff Council blog is for, by and about RIT staff! Whether it’s official RSC news, stories about staff accomplishments, event updates, or tips for getting the most out of what the RIT campus has to offer, we’ll post it here.

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  • Tuesday, September 20, 2011
    Staff Recognition Awards Display

    Okay, I have to be honest - I don’t know! Sorry to get your hopes up, but we are all going to have to wait until the Fifteenth Annual Staff Recognition Awards Ceremony on October 5th to find out. In the meantime, our Staff Recognition Awards Display has been repopulated with a bunch of nameless silhouettes as a teaser to help build anticipation leading up to the big day.

  • Monday, September 19, 2011
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    Jennifer Freer, business librarian, RIT Libraries, earned third place for her paper, “The Patriot Act and the Public Library: An Unanticipated Threat to National Security,” in The Richard A. Clarke National Scholarly Monograph Contest, sponsored by The Center for First Amendment Studies.

  • Friday, May 27, 2011
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    RIT Staff Council would like to thank Dr. Destler and all the Staff Council Members who helped to make this year's Picnic another great success especially the SC Events Committee: Jackie Ott, Donna McKeown, Nick Rogers & Jeanette Tydings - Well done!!!!

  • Thursday, May 19, 2011
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    Hot off the presses…. read all about it… RIT Creates New Website for Sports Camps.

    RIT created a brand new website for all the Sports Camps that are run here at RIT during the summer and throughout the year.  The camps are run for kids and teens (the ages varies by sport).

  • Wednesday, May 11, 2011

    For the last 6 years JDRF’s Rochester Walk to Cure Diabetes has been held right here on the RIT Campus. This year’s walk starts with registration/fun @ 9AM in the Gordon Field House on Sunday, May 15th

    Unfortunately we all know too many people who have this terrible disease. Please think about joining the RIT Tiger Team and help in the search for a cure for diabetes.  It actually is a really fun event.

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