Relevant Education in Math and Science (REMS) Program uses real-world problems to make math and science fun and meaningful for students in grades 5-12, including a significant number of girls and underserved students in urban public schools.
The TEAK (Traveling Engineering Activity Kit) Project is an RIT Kate Gleason College of Engineering effort that resulted in a series of hands-on, portable kits, with lesson plans, that can be used to teach engineering concepts to middle school students, as well as training materials for engineering students who will be teaching engineering to younger students.
Women in Engineering at RIT is dedicated to expanding the representation of women engineers and preparing women for leadership within the engineering profession.
At RoboCamp, students engage in hands-on activities in the field of robotics. Students explore engineering concepts through the use of motors, sensors, and programming.
RIT FIRST is an organization consisting of a diverse group of students who work to support FIRST's mission of inspiring the world's youth to become science and technology leaders.
Initiatives to communicate developments in Microelectronics to our constituency comprised of K-12 students and teachers, community college students and faculty, and workers in industry.