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Software developed by Aaron Gerace and Matt Montanaro, senior scientists at RIT’s Chester F. Carlson Center for Imaging Science, improves the accuracy of NASA’s Landsat 8 Earth-sensing satellite, which was giving inaccurate readings due to defective optics in the thermal infrared sensor. more »

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RIT hosts Silicon Europe Alliance Members of the Silicon Europe Alliance, Europe’s leading micro- and nano-electronic business clusters, traveled to New York to meet with economic development organizations, high tech companies and universities to discuss advanced nanoelectronic technologies. Their final stop was at RIT. more »

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RIT awarded grant to develop curriculum modules RIT was awarded nearly $75,000 from the U.S. Commerce Department’s National Institute of Standards and Technology to develop standards educational modules for the university’s College of Applied Science and Technology. more »

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RIT to hold first-ever winter glass sale Sunday The School for American Crafts’ glass program will sell unique, hand-blown glass ornaments along with paperweights, vases and more during the school’s first-ever winter glass sale on Sunday. more »

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Engineers group plays big role in student’s success Meet Kayla Davis, a fourth-year software engineering student and president of RIT’s Society of Software Engineers. more »

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Glaz named Liberty League Women's Basketball Player of the Week

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Junior Jessica Glaz of the RIT women's basketball team was named Liberty League Women's Basketball Player of the Week on Monday, for the week ending Nov. 20.


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“Charting One’s Course: The History of Individualized Education at RIT” chronicles RIT’s individualized education programs, which date back to the 1880s.

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