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Molly Johnson's picture

Happy First Day of Spring!

It is also the start of the community Eat Well Live Well Challenge so get those pedometers clipped on and let’s go…

We will be kick starting our Better Me Series again with a couple more Inspirational Stories to share as well as some information you may not know about The Student Life Center (SLC) and the future plans for the Better Me program.

 Below is some (vetted) information I received about the various places on campus to walk

One Mile =

8.5 laps in the Ice Arena

Mike Dwyer's picture

So why should I join Staff Council?

That’s the question I asked Steve Schwab 6 years ago. Steve was the corporate relations director at that point, he was my peer in development and a Staff Council member. He said that I would have the chance to meet many people at RIT I would never come across in my day-to-day job and I would get a great view of what is going on at RIT. I trusted Steve so I went for it and he was right. I have met really great people from departments I did not know existed: First Year Enrichment, Building Services, Risk Management – who knew?

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2011 Staff Recognition Awards

Staff Council is now accepting nominations for the 2011 Staff Recognition Awards. These awards recognize individual staff members and/or teams of co-workers who have had a major impact on the university; who have excelled in the performance of their duties, promoted team work and inspired excellence in other members of the RIT community; staff members who personify RIT’s Core Values: 

Anonymous's picture

Comfort Food from Nathan's Soup and Salad

Mon, 01/31/2011 - 10:26am -- Anonymous (not verified)

As I walked around campus the other day, the wind grabbed me with a freezing hand.  I needed something to warm me up.  I needed something to comfort my chilled bones.  I needed soup.  I immediately changed direction and headed toward the SAU.  I knew that Nathan’s Soup and Salad would welcome me with a variety of hot soups and tasty breads. 

Molly Johnson's picture

Wendy's "Better Me" Inspirational Story

Wendy Kingdollar works in The Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships, and she has been at RIT since 2007.  Wendy has a great story to tell and again it really is an inspiration and I thank Wendy for sharing her story. To read about Wendy’s “Better Me” success please click on the attachment below.

 

If you have a success story you’d like to share please email staffcoun@rit.edu

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Lea's "Better Me" Inspirational Story

Lea Michel is an assistant professor in the COS,  Department of Chemistry, and she has been at RIT since the summer of 2009.

While the first 3 people featured in this Better Me series were people I knew, Lea’s involvement in the series came about when I reached out to Midge Berfield, RIT’s Manager of Employee Health and Wellness.  I wrote to Midge to tell her about the series I was planning and she suggested we interview Lea.

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