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Communicating Connections Professional Development Workshop

The Professional Career Development Workshop “Communicating Connections” is a unique opportunity for students to receive mentoring and feedback from communication experts and professionals in the community. The event sponsored by RIT’s School of Communication and College of Liberal Arts and organized by Ammina Kothari and Keri Barone was inaugurated in 2014. All students enrolled in classes offered by the School of Communication are welcome to register for the event and attend as many sessions as their schedule allows.

Pulitzer Prize-Winning Author of Book about Attica to Visit RIT

Heather Thompson, the author of the 2017 Pulitzer Prize winner, Blood in the Water: The Attica Prison Uprising of 1971 and Its Legacy, will give a public presentation at RIT on September 14, 2017.

The talk, to be held at 4 p.m. in Ingle Auditorium, will focus on the legacy of the Attica prison uprising and whys it matters today.

Ethics and Communication Award

As communication students and scholars, we all know that human communication in the public sphere and in private life frequently presents ethical questions and dilemmas. We are constantly presented with moments of needing to rethink ethical standards and the criteria we use in decision-making, deliberation, and practice.

Undergraduate Research & Creativity Presentation Competition

Three minutes. One slide. Your story.

RIT Undergraduate Research & Creativity Presentation Competition

This college-wide event challenges students to present a compelling story about their research or creative work and its significance. Participants must convey their message in just three minutes and one static slide (no transitions, animation, video, audio, or movement of any kind) in language appropriate to a non-specialist, interdisciplinary audience. No additional props are permitted.

Communication Colloquium

The School of Communication offers occasional colloquia featuring speakers from outside of RIT discussing subjects of professional interest, "works in progress" by faculty, and graduate students' papers and projects. The Colloquium allows students to learn about careers, current issues and research in the field, and enables students, faculty, and industry professionals to interact and network beyond the classroom, resulting in Co-op and job opportunities and research ideas.