The University Magazine
Fall 2012 issue
Thousands of kilometers away from their homelands, Deni Paskojevic and Donjeta Sahatciu were in awe when they participated in RIT’s 127th commencement ceremonies in May.
It was the first trip to the RIT Henrietta campus for both honor students. Perhaps this was an improbable journey for the two young women, who as ... more »
If students crossed the line with Frans Wildenhain, he’d let them know it. The master potter had plenty of fire layered with a hard glaze of criticism that made him a highly recognizable figure at the School for American Craftsmen.
He was larger than life to his students, recalls Richard Hirsch ’71 ... more »
Salvatore Di Schino finished college during the Great Depression, when few companies were hiring. Nicholas Langswager graduated in May, when new graduates were facing similar challenges of finding jobs in their field. But Di Schino and Langswager landed immediate full-time work after graduation—76 years apart—because of RIT’s cooperative education program.
The co-op ... more »