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SpringFest features water games, giveaways, prom dress rugby and a concert by pop musician Andy Grammer, among other activities. more »

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Swiss designer to visit RIT Laser cutters, pantographs and letterpress printing presses are just a few of the tools Swiss graphic designer Dafi Kuhne uses to produce one-of-a-kind poster designs. The artist will visit RIT May 3 to discuss his unique fusion of digital and analog techniques. more »

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NTID alumna is featured Lyon lecture presenter Sasha Lakshmi Ponappa, director of the Program for Deaf Adults at LaGuardia Community College, will present “Finding Social Justice a Meaningful Home in Academia” as part of the Lyon Memorial Lectureship Series. more »

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NYSP2I announces winners of student competition Teams from UB, Clarkson, RPI and RIT were the top finishers in the New York State Pollution Prevention Institute’s Research & Development student competition. more »

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Team introduces second-gen virtual therapists RIT is advancing interactive medical technologies to help people dealing with addiction, anger management and violent behavior directed at their family and intimate partners. These digital tools can teach coping skills and keep clients focused on recovery. more »

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RIT's College of Liberal Arts honors students for writing excellence

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Rochester Institute of Technology's College of Liberal Arts honored student achievement in writing on Friday with the presentation of the 2017 Henry and Mary Kearse Distinguished Lecture and Student Writing Awards.

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The 3rd annual Global Learning Symposium celebrated global learning.

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