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Alumni Profiles

Life is good for ‘Breaking Bad’ cinematographer

thumbnail imageAMC’s Breaking Bad became the “pinnacle of creativity” for Michael Slovis ’76, who developed his love of visual storytelling as an undergraduate at RIT. more »

Saunders grad gets top scores on CPA exam

thumbnail imageAdena Thomson earned one of the highest overall scores in the world and was recognized by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants as a top CPA exam performer. more »

Family ties pull graduate into restaurant business

thumbnail imageThomas Provo has emulated and updated the family diner model with his Charred American Bar + Grill, which opened a little more than a year ago in Mount Morris. more »

Changing the story one college fair at a time

thumbnail imageKenneth Holley is an undergraduate admissions volunteer. Over the past five years, he has represented RIT at events in the New York City area and in Cincinnati. more »

Outstanding alumnus has long history of giving

thumbnail imageA. John Bartholomew ’60 will be honored for his ongoing support with the Outstanding Alumnus of 2014 award at the Presidents’ Alumni Ball during Brick City Homecoming. more »

Volunteers of the Year see results of their effort

thumbnail imageLisa and Patrick Talty are RIT’s Volunteers of the Year for 2014 and will receive the award during the Presidents’ Alumni Ball on Oct. 17 during Brick City Homecoming. more »

Borrowed calculator adds up to love

thumbnail imageSusan Greuber asked to borrow classmate Robert Pearson’s calculator in 1980, and 34 years later, the Pearsons are still together and RIT continues to be a part of their lives. more »