RIT - 2014 in Review - Highlights
The students in engineering professor Robin Borkholder’s project management class worked this semester to raise more than $9,000 for local nonprofit agencies.
Biomedical engineering students will work with the international nonprofit organization Engineering World Health during this winter’s intersession break.
RIT Habitat for Humanity chapter helped build a home for RIT parking officer Cedric Bowen and his family. Bowen and his family contributed 500 hours to the construction, too.
Junior defenseman Alexander Kuqali and senior goaltender Jordan Ruby earned Atlantic Hockey Conference weekly honors on Tuesday, for the week ending Dec. 14, 2014. Kuqali was named...
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December 19–January 2Break between Fall Semester and Intersession
December 25–January 2RIT closed for the Holidays
January 5Intersession day, evening, and online classes begin
January 9–10Women's hockey vs. Robert Morris University »
January 13Graduate Study Open House »
January 16–17Men's hockey @ Sacred Heart University »
January 17–18Women's hockey @ Penn State University »