Blog Posts by Kerry Hughes

“Expressions of King’s Legacy” is the longest running diversity program at RIT and a place for the local community to celebrate and honor the life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. I’m a fan of this annual event and look forward to the announcement of each year’s guests.  Once again, the Office of Diversity and Inclusion has come up with an amazing program, this time with four (!) exciting events on Thursday, January 28, 2016

All events are FREE and open to the public.

You could think of RIT FoodShare as an umbrella.

The name is an umbrella term that covers two entities:

  • a Facebook group which promotes the sharing of food left over at RIT events
  • a food pantry located in the Riverknoll apartments sharing space with OCASA next to the complex’s laundry room

And like a real umbrella, it provides shelter. But in this instance, from food insecurity. And to anyone in the RIT community – students, faculty and staff.  So, it’s a pretty big umbrella. Which is good, because there is a growing need.

An RIT tradition since 1997, this year’s awards ceremony will take place on Thursday, October 8, 2015 at 10:00am in Ingle Auditorium, with a reception immediately following in the Fireside Lounge. Both the Staff Recognition and Isaac L. Jordan Pluralism awards will be presented at the ceremony.

Become a member of Staff Council. The work of Staff Council makes RIT a better place to work and learn, but it can do even more for you personally.

Empty Sky Go ClubHooks and NeedlesRunning and MultisportDumbledore’s Army….these are among the over 300 student clubs and organizations at RIT offering students opportunities to explore new interests, develop leadership abilities, contribute to campus life and just have fun.