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.
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.
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!!!!
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).
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.
What started as an idea by one of our Staff Council Communication committee members Adel Henen from FMS has become a reality. Adel had this great idea that we should recognize the Staff Council Award Recipients not just one time in the fall- but that we should create some kind of a display to recognize them throughout the year.
RIT’s Innovation and Creativity Festival is coming up on Saturday, May 7.
Imagine an event that showcases the wide array of talent, skills and innovation - exhibited by the RIT community. Imagine thousands of people coming to this event. Imagine the RIT campus alive with the sights sounds and smells of a community festival. This was Dr. Destler’s dream just a few short years ago. It is now a reality.
Jeanne Casares joined RIT in September 2008 as our Chief Information Officer (CIO) and Assistant Vice President in charge of Information and Technology Services (ITS). With a campus the size of RIT, it can take time to get acquainted so I thought that everyone might like to hear more about Jeanne and where she hopes to take RIT regarding information technology.
Do you know what RIT Recreation has to offer? The recreation facilities at RIT provide opportunities for a variety of activities. Picture yourself taking a walk on the nature trails, enjoying a game of tennis, playing basketball or racquetball, going for a swim, working out in the fitness center, or relaxing in the sauna. There is something for everyone! All you need is your RIT ID for access, and you’re on your way to enjoying a healthy and active lifestyle.
Today's "Better Me" Inspirational Story is from Laurie Clayton. Laurie works in the Student Learning Outcomes Assessment Office of Academic Affairs. I do not know Laurie personally but when we started running this series a few people suggested we contact Laurie and ask her to share her story.