Megan Fritts, First Recipient of the Provost's Award for Excellence in Academic Advising
Megan Fritts, First Recipient of the Provost's Award for Excellence in Academic Advising in the New Advisor category, recognizing RIT academic advisors with 1- 5 years of RIT academic advising experience.
The Office of the Provost is excited to announce the Provost’s Award for Excellence in Academic Advising. Developed and implemented by the University Advising Office and the RIT Advisors’ Council, this award recognizes exceptional academic advisors and NTID counselor/advisors for their outstanding support of RIT students and their success.
- In addition to successfully performing all aspects of their overall duties and responsibilities, nominees will demonstrate excellence in the following:
- Supporting student success through a blended approach of developmental and prescriptive advising techniques
- Embracing and championing the diverse cultures, experiences, and points of view of all students
- Pursuing continual professional growth and development
- Modeling and promoting teamwork and collaboration with all constituents (advisees, peers, campus partners, etc.)
- Employing innovative and creative advising practices
Our very own Megan Fritts, Computing Security advisor, was awarded as the first recipient for the award.