• Karen Tobin got married to Brad Johnson, another RIT grad, in Rochester, NY. on 10/31/14."It was a lovely fall day with our families."
  • James DiPasquale, E.I.T., was recently hired as a project engineer in the Facilities Engineering and Design Services group in the Rochester office of Erdman Anthony. DiPasquale holds a Bachelor of Science...
  • Thomas Gamer was promoted to associate at Erdman Anthony and Associates on December 10, 2014.
  • Thomas Gamer passed the NYS Professional Engineer examination on May 31, 2013 and now is a licensed P.E. in the state of New York.
  • Thomas Gamer passed the LEED Green Associate examination on June 10, 2014 and now is a LEED Green Associate.
  • Thomas Gamer passed the LEED AP Building Design + Construction exam on March 11, 2015 and now is a LEED AP BD+C.
  • Derek J. Punaro '99 was named president of the Board of Directors of the East Aurora Cooperative Market, a startup food co-op in East Aurora, NY. The co-op is comprised of over 1000 member-owners and is...
  • Bob Kalka '89 was promoted to vice president of IBM's security business unit. Bob and his wife Kelly Porter Kalka '88 live with their two children in Austin, Texas.
  • Michael Ruzhansky '95 joined Lenox Advisors Private Wealth Management in NYC. Michael graduated from RIT in 1995 with a finance degree; he subsequently studied at Rutgers University in NJ and attained a...
  • Karin Knippa ('05) and Chris Faiella (RIT Photography 2002-2003) were married at the Bedford Village Inn in Bedford, NH on January 2, 2015. They currently live in Los Angeles.
  • Christine (Mino) Bjanes '94, '95 (CIAS) was awarded the 2015 Teacher of the Year award at Kingsway Regional High School in Woolwich, NJ in recognition of her exemplary service over the past 20 years. She is...
  • Bishop Richard J. Malone of the Diocese of Buffalo will ordain Peter Donnelly, to the permanent diaconate on May 23, 2015, at St. Joseph Cathedral, 50 Franklin St., Buffalo. Mr. Donnelly graduated HS from...
  • Carel Dunaway 79' graduate. '76 SVP. NETA. AAS degree in Architectural Technology at NTID. Carel previously worked as a Drafting/CAD Technician IV for Entergy at Arkansas Nuclear One, a nuclear power...
  • Ronald J Klimley is the director of training with global responsibility for performance and development at Afni, Inc a global BPO Company.
  • Heather Grotke '07 is proud to announce the birth of her baby girl, Carly Rae Grotke, on February 18, 2014."Another child is on the way, expected to join the family October 2015."
  • Julie Blackwood '06 and wife Macie are proud to announce the birth of their daughter Jordan Marie. She was born on February 18, 2015 weighing 8lbs, 8oz.
  • Kristi Mitchell '14 is proud to announce the birth of her baby boy, Carter Ryan Mitchell, born December 8, 2014.
  • Trina Viggiano '97 and Dan Viggiano '97 are proud to announce the birth of their baby boy, Zachary Charles Viggiano, on August 14, 2014."He joins older brother Danny, born March 12, 2010, and big sister...
  • Matthew Arlauckas (KGCOE '94) is the new web applications developer for the Saunders College of Business at RIT.
  • Jake Leone, '14 BSME, was recently hired as a mechanical engineer by RedViking in Raleigh, NC. RedViking, has headquarters located near Detroit, MI, and is an engineering firm that provides custom turn-key...
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  • A New York-based consortium, led by SUNY Polytechnic, Rochester Institute of Technology and the University of Rochester, has been awarded a multimillion-dollar federal investment to create a national photonics center. The award, issued under the federal government's National Network for Manufacturing Innovation (NNMI), was announced today by Vice President Joe Biden and...

  • It may be summer, but some 870 students in grades 5 through 12 are spending part of their vacation in classrooms on the Rochester Institute of Technology campus this month. They're enrolled in a one- or two-week workshop learning about computer technology, digital arts, videography and more, working with the same software...

  • Rochester Institute of Technology is at the epicenter of a public-private partnership that could catapult the region as a leader in the rapidly growing digital media industry. RIT today announced $12 million in funding from New York state, $3 million from Dell and $12.4 million from Cisco Systems Inc. that will be...

  • Rochester Institute of Technology announces the Bruce B. Bates Women's Hockey Coach, the university's first endowed coaching position for Tiger athletic programs. RIT Trustee Emeritus Bruce B. Bates, who joined the board in 1970, is providing the gift where endowed earnings will support the salary of the women's head hockey coach and...

  • Jeffrey K. Harris, who has dedicated his career to helping maintain national security in both government and industry, will receive the 2015 NRS Award, the highest honor given by Rochester Institute of Technology's Nathaniel Rochester Society. Harris will receive the award at a gala July 9 at the Gene Polisseni Center...

  • Rochester Institute of Technology students were on the winning team at the recent U.S. Geospatial Intelligence Foundation's GEOINT Hackathon held at DigitalGlobe offices in Herndon, Va. Briana Neuberger, from Herndon, Va., and Dan Simon, from Longmeadow, Mass., are fourth-year students in RIT's Chester F. Carlson Center for Imaging Science. Neuberger, a SMART...

  • A targeted molecular-imaging method under development at Rochester Institute of Technology could help detect early stages of prostate cancer and improve image-directed biopsies. RIT professor Hans Schmitthenner is designing molecular imaging compounds that will selectively target prostate cancer cells and...

  • Rochester Institute of Technology has become a Pioneer University within the Ellen MacArthur Foundation's Higher Education program, joining a select group of universities worldwide dedicated to accelerating a global transition to a regenerative, circular economy. RIT joins the program as a result of its pioneering research and teaching on the emerging concept...

  • Paul Miller, president of RIT from 1969 to 1979, died June 5. He was 98 years old. Miller, RIT's sixth president, is credited with managing the relocation of the campus from downtown Rochester to suburban Henrietta, as well as adding several new academic programs to the curriculum. The campus moved in 1968,...