Blog Posts by Peg Meyers

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!

Bob Howie Memorial Classic Car Display


R·I·T Staff Council is pleased to announce the Bob Howie Memorial Classic Car Display, to be held (weather permitting) in conjunction with the Staff Appreciation Day & Community Picnic on Wednesday, May 24, 2017 from 11am-2:30pm (set-up starts at 10am).   Classic vehicles belonging to R·I·T employees, retirees, trustees, alumni and students will be on display for the enjoyment of the R·I·T community.

The Task Force working on changes to RIT Policy C16.0: Smoking hosted two open forums to collect community input and respond to community questions. The presentation that was shared at those meetings (with added information about e-cigarettes) is attached below.

On Thursday, April 19, 2012, Staff Council hosted a reception to celebrate its 20th anniversary.  RIT President Dr. Bill Destler and President Emeritus Dr. Al Simone joined the festivities in the Vignelli Center University Gallery.

Does the Staff Recognition Awards ceremony just spontaneously occur?  I wish that were possible, but so far the ceremony elves have failed to show up every year.  So, then, how does it happen?  I bet you’d be amazed by the things that go on behind the scenes – I know I am!

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: