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The National Institute of General Medical Sciences has awarded a grant to RIT that is expected to provide $1.025 million in funding over five years to develop a Scientists-In-Training Program for Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Undergraduates. more »

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Nathaniel Rochester Society celebrates 50 years The Nathaniel Rochester Society, established in 1967 to develop friends and ambassadors to promote and support RIT, celebrated its 50th anniversary July 20 and honored Joseph M. Lobozzo II as the 2017 NRS Award recipient. more »

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RIT re-accreditation approved The Middle States Commission on Higher Education has re-accredited RIT for a full eight-year cycle after determining that the university complies with all its Standards for Accreditation and Requirements of Affiliation. more »

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Learn about part-time study opportunities The Adult and Part-time Study Connection on July 27 is helpful for adults who are looking to update professional skills, complete a graduate or undergraduate college degree part time or change career paths. more »

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Some 3,500 students graduated during RIT's 132nd commencement celebration, held in May.

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Mariena Schneider performs a blood test during the SMASH Experience for Girls camp. Forty middle-school girls learned how math and science are part of everyday life during the camp.

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