RIT Staff Council (RSC) members have been busy crafting our goals and hatching our schemes for 2017-2018. If you’re curiosity is now piqued as to precisely what plans we’ve been plotting, our committees’ Plans-Of-Work (POW’s) are posted here on the RIT Staff Council website. For your convenience, here are some of the highlights:
Have you ever thought to yourself, "Argh! I really wish I knew some sign language"? Never fear! The beginning of a new academic year is the perfect time to address this wish. Simply set a reasonable goal for yourself, which could range from learning a few basic "survival signs" of American Sign Language (ASL) to developing conversational skills, or even to adding to the conversational skills you may already have. Determine the steps you will take this year to start achieving this goal, and then get your plan (and your hands) into motion.
Have you seen the exciting news that was recently shared by RIT Human Resources, on behalf of Dr. Jim Watters, RIT’s Senior Vice President for Finance & Administration?
RIT’s compensation and benefits programs have been significantly enhanced for faculty and staff. A full description of these enhancements (as relayed in a recent HR email) can be found here.
These enhancements include the following: