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Oh what a year it has been! As Staff Council approaches a new cycle I wanted to take a moment to reflect on the accomplishments of the 2017-2018 year.

Some highlights include:

This month, we are especially pleased to bring you this interview with Peg Meyers, Staff Council Coordinator, aka the backbone of RIT Staff Council! Our interview comes as Peg celebrates 25 years of service at RIT, and shortly after making a big announcement (read on to find out more)!

If you would like to nominate a staff member that you think we should interview, please let us know by filling out this short nomination form or email us at staffcouncil@rit.edu.

Do you know an individual or team of staff members who excel in the performance of their duties? Who foster collaboration, communication, and cooperation among their colleagues and university constituents? Who take an innovative approach to their job? In short, a staff person or team that has had a major impact on RIT? Please take a minute to share your stories of these outstanding staff!
 

It is a key priority of your RIT Staff Council to communicate clearly with and on behalf of our constituents, RIT staff and highlight the important work of our staff and how they contribute to the RIT community. To achieve both of these goals, Staff Council is delighted to bring you this series that will highlight a member of the RIT community in a short, but informative interview. We continue our series by introducing you to Omar Phillips, ITS Service Desk Manager.

Staff Council is seeking nominations for representatives in Blocks 2, 4, and 6 to serve from June 2018 thru May 2020! Not sure what block you're in? Check out our Representatives page for a listing of all departments and divisions for each block. 

It is a key priority of your RIT Staff Council to communicate clearly with and on behalf of our constituents, RIT staff and highlight the important work of our staff and how they contribute to the RIT community. To achieve both of these goals, Staff Council is delighted to bring you this series that will highlight a member of the RIT community in a short, but informative interview. We continue our series by introducing you to Paul Smarsh, Assistant Manager at the Global Village Cantina and Grille, and an active member of Staff Council.

Fall semester just whizzed past us, didn't it? Now that we've all settled into “Spring”, Staff Council would like to take a few minutes to update you on our accomplishments this year. Most importantly, your feedback and input is so valuable to us and helps shape the work we do. We love to hear from you! You can contact us through this web form, or you can reach out to your Staff Council rep.

It is a key priority of your RIT Staff Council to communicate clearly with and on behalf of our constituents, RIT staff and highlight the important work of our staff and how they contribute to the RIT community. To achieve both of these goals, Staff Council is delighted to bring you this series that will highlight a member of the RIT community in a short, but informative interview. This month, we interviewed a relatively new addition to the great staff at RIT – Social Media Director, Dave Tyler.

It is a key priority of your RIT Staff Council to communicate clearly with and on behalf of our constituents, RIT staff and highlight the important work of our staff and how they contribute to the RIT community. To achieve both of these goals, Staff Council is delighted to bring you this series that will highlight a member of the RIT community in a short, but informative interview. Our second interview with a member of Staff Council features Sr.

It is a key priority of your RIT Staff Council to communicate clearly with and on behalf of our constituents, RIT staff and highlight the important work of our staff and how they contribute to the RIT community. To achieve both of these goals, Staff Council is delighted to bring you this series that will highlight a member of the RIT community in a short, but informative interview. We continue our series by introducing you to Rauncie Ryan, an RIT alumna who works with graduate students as the Assistant Dean of Graduate Student Success.