RIT honored the service and dedication of its employees with the Presidential Awards for Outstanding Staff ceremony March 31. The annual awards are presented to staff members who exemplify outstanding service and dedication to the university and who exhibit a high degree of personal ethics and integrity while consistently demonstrating a strong commitment to student success.
RIT and the Global Health Association @ RIT are partnering with humanitarian organization InterVol in an urgent donation drive to aid the people of Ukraine affected by the Russian invasion. InterVol’s Ukraine Relief campaign is accepting donations through Thursday, March 10.
Julianne Young is a second-year student from Duxbury, Vt., enrolled in both NTID and in the School of Individualized Study. She created her major through SOIS to further her goal of entering audiology school after RIT. On top of her studies, Young is also a standout track athlete.
The Student Wellness Ambassadors Team encourages students to take a moment out of their day to perform a health-related activity, such as stress relief, taking a break, even making essential oil rollers. Wellness Peer Educators connect with their fellow students to talk candidly about alcohol and drug education, sleep hygiene, sexual health, and mental wellness.
An image of a 3D, futuristic, jack-in-the-box is the winning entry in this year’s Imagine RIT: Creativity and Innovation Festival poster contest. The artist, Sarah Neff, a second-year new media design major from Waterbury, Vt., wins $500 in Tiger Bucks. More than 50 entries were submitted.