Articles tagged with: Engineering


Good Thing It's Cold in the Winter

(January 18 2013) Written by: Megan Chapman

Don't get me wrong, I love the warm weather, but judging by the number of projects I will be working on this...

Why Chemical Engineering?

(November 27 2012) Written by: Danielle Nutter in Majors & Minors

When I first arrived at RIT I had no clue what exact discipline I wanted to major in. I knew engineering but...

It's Like Applying to College...

(October 09 2012) Written by: Megan Chapman in Admissions Process, Co-op, Coursework, Life After RIT, Majors & Minors, Student Life

AGAIN!I returned from my 6 month co-op stint to find out that I can graduate a year early!  All of this was...

Big Data Meets Music Intelligence with Bob Spina

(October 07 2012) Written by: Alissa Anderson in Alumni, Life After RIT, Speakers

The Kate Gleason College of Engineering hosts a weekly alumni speaker series in the Xerox Auditorium. The series is an initiative by...

Multidisciplinary Senior Design

(September 17 2012) Written by: Patricia Schiotis in Coursework, Majors & Minors

As a 5th year engineering student, I have reached my capstone design course: Senior Design. During the fall and winter quarters, I...

Flight Dynamics - Engineering Projects

(December 07 2011) Written by: Alissa Anderson in Coursework, Women at RIT

The life of an engineering student at RIT is full of calculus homework and group projects. My key to survival is to...

New Class - New Ratio

(November 28 2011) Written by: Alissa Anderson

Lastest app download: TED mobile. My latest obsession is my recent TedTalk mobile app. TED, or “Technology, Entertainment, Design” is...

Sustainability Ethics

(May 16 2011) Written by: Alissa Anderson in Coursework

In the latest University News podcast, author Wade Robinson discusses the book “Sustainability Ethics: 5 Questions” – which is a compilation of...