Cooperative Education Hall of Honor inducts RIT
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Ensuring that students gain meaningful work experience before they graduate is a long-standing hallmark of RIT. As a result, the university is among the newest inductees to the Cooperative Education Hall of Honor.
RIT was recognized during a ceremony in February. The names of each inductee are engraved in granite and placed in the Herman Schneider Quadrangle on the campus of the University of Cincinnati.
The Cooperative Education Hall of Honor was developed in 2006 to recognize the centennial of the founding of cooperative education. It provides a permanent place to honor individuals and organizations that have significantly contributed to the qualitative advancement of cooperative education.