- Oct 20, 2016
Rochester Institute of Technology received a five-year grant of nearly $1 million from the National Science Foundation to provide scholarship support to transfer students in undergraduate engineering and engineering technology degree programs.Aug 31, 2016
Congratulations Kate on winning an assessment grant from the RIT Office of Educational Effectiveness Assessment!May 11, 2016
Congratulations to Matt Hossack for winning Senior Male Athlete of the year!! We are so proud of you Matt!!May 11, 2016Sarah Collmus Student Ambassador of the year!!
Congratulations to Sarah Collmus for being selected as 2016 Student Ambassador of the Year!!! We are so proud of you!!
- May 10, 2016
The RIT Theme Park Enthusiasts group was started by Mechanical Engineering students in the past few years and their passion shines through! They were one of many exhibits at the Imagine RIT festival this past weekend.May 6, 2016
The new all female Formula SAE Electric Hot Wheelz Team just completed their first SAE Formula Hybrid Competition at the New Hampshire Motor Speedway in Loudon, NH. In a total field of 23 teams, 13 all electric vehicles:
RIT Hot Wheelz placed 3rd overall!
1st Place in Project Management
3rd Place in Design
Received the GM Spirit of Formula Hybrid Award
Received the FCA Gracious Professionalism Award
May 6, 2016Tim Landschoot Promoted
We are delighted to announce that Tim Landschoot has been promoted to Principal Lecturer.Congratulations Tim!Apr 29, 2016
The first and only all-female team to enter the national Formula Hybrid competition is a group of students from Rochester Institute of Technology.
Hot Wheelz Formula SAE electric race team will open its season May 2-5 at a competition taking place at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. They are among a field of 30 collegiate race teams in the 10th annual competition, hosted by Thayer School of Engineering at Dartmouth College.
- Apr 26, 2016
One of our Mechanical Engineering Professors Dr. Venkataram will show case his talent of creating art using Matlab at his "Wow your Curve" exhibit this year at Imagine RIT Festival on May 7th.Apr 25, 2016
At the request of General Electric representatives, and arranged by the Office of Career Services & Cooperative Education at RIT, faculty and students from Mechanical Engineering toured the High Sheldon Wind Farm on April 22nd in Strykersville, NY, own and operated by Invenergy. The farm has over 60 GE wind turbines in operation since 2009, producing well over 100 MW of clean power. The tour was meant to highlight engineering opportunities in renewable energies, and the wide range of research and development activities at GE.