By Rich Kiley
When inspiration strikes, jewelry artist Eunmi Han begins drawing an intricate sketch of the design idea using pencil on paper to meticulous detail. As she refines her drawing, the metalcrafts and jewelry graduate student from South Korea is ever mindful of the traditional techniques and tools that will help turn her idea into a work of art crafted from metals and ... (more)
Tucked away in the basement of the Student Alumni Union is a haven for RIT music lovers.
With more than 80 members and an expansive music library, the student-run radio station, WITR-FM (89.7), floods the airwaves with indie rock 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
But WITR members want to become even more connected to the RIT community. The station ... (more)
She was just 27 years old when doctors dismissed her symptoms of debilitating joint pain, fatigue and weakness as “unmarried woman’s disease” and “graduate student syndrome.” Months later, Jessica Lieberman was diagnosed with lupus, which led to further devastating news—she was also suffering from Hodgkin’s lymphoma stage IIIB.
In 1998, the graduate student at University of Michigan entered the invisible universe ... (more)
Charles “Chip” Bachmann left one dream job for another.
Late last year, Bachmann joined RIT’s College of Science as the new Frederick and Anna B. Wiedman Professor in Imaging Science. Until recently, the endowed chair in the Chester F. Carlson Center for Imaging Science was associated with professor John Schott, whose semi- retirement last year ended an era at the center and opened ... (more)