RIT Hillel founder leaves lasting impact By 1954, Mike Blain ’57 (printing) had survived the Holocaust and the Korean War and wanted a college education. He finished at RIT in three years, worked as an associate editor for Reporter magazine and started RIT Hillel, the Jewish student group that continues 64 years later. more »
Business professor earns Trailblazer Award Distinguished Professor of Urban Entrepreneurship dt ogilvie has been given the Trailblazer Award by The PhD Project Management Doctoral Student Association for her scholarly contribution to the field of management and her mentoring of faculty and doctoral students. more »
Brandon Hudson is the first student selected for the Gap Year Entrepreneurship Fellows Program, which allows students with an ongoing enterprise to take a year to focus their full attention on the venture. He will receive $15,000 in support and mentoring while also making progress on his RIT degree.