Alumni enjoyed an evening at Turner Field as the hometown Braves hosted the Baltimore Orioles on June 15.
Alumni toured Ranger Creek Brewing & Distilling while enjoying a beer and bourbon tasting along with complimentary pizza on July 25.
On July 26, they took in a baseball game at Dell Diamond as the Round Rock Express battled the Albuquerque Isotopes.
Alumni gathered ... (more)
As a student, Steve Schultz was a founding member of the modern Computer Science House, was editor-in-chief of Reporter, spearheaded the creation of Student Government out of the former Student Directorate, pulled together multiple cheering sections to lead the Corner Crew, and was part of a group that brought the Tiger statue to campus.
His wife, Vicki (Dodds) Schultz, earned three degrees ... (more)
Just out of high school in 1955, Don Boyce didn’t waste time. He enrolled in a 50-week course at Bryant & Stratton College in Buffalo, N.Y., married his high school sweetheart, Jeris, in 1956 and a week later started a $76-per-week accounting job at Sylvania Electric Products. He hasn’t slowed down since.
As Boyce’s career progressed, he recognized that a bachelor’s degree ... (more)
An inventor, a designer, an entrepreneur and a former trustee were inducted into RIT’s Innovation Hall of Fame in May. This is the third class of inductees.
Dean Kamen, who received an honorary degree from RIT, is founder and president of DEKA Research & Development Corp. DEKA developed the Segway Human Transporter, HomeChoice portable dialysis machine and a government-funded robotic arm. He ... (more)