Welcome to RIT and Adjunct Faculty Orientation (AFO)! As an RIT adjunct instructor, you’re not just teaching a course, you are joining RIT’s community of teaching & learning excellence. You will play a fundamental role in the lives of RIT students!
AFO and this resource portal introduces you to critical information, resources, and where to find support at RIT. Your College dean, department chair, colleagues, and staff have other important information particular to your department and are available to answer any questions you might have about RIT's procedures and processes.
Please review the information provided in this resource repository, ask questions at AFO, and don't hesitate to contact us if you have any questions.
Best wishes for a productive and rewarding semester.
Lynn Wild, Ph.D. Associate Provost for Faculty Development and The Wallace Center Lynn.Wild@rit.edu
This online course incorporates all of the Title IX policy information on campus as well as our Harassment and Discrimination policy. Since adjuncts are employees on campus, it is information that they need as well. The link (above) goes directly into E-Learning Zone through the Center for Professional Development.
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