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Alumni Profiles

Fun with puns turns into ‘Bob’s Burgers’ cookbook

Cole Bowden ’13 makes the imaginary burgers from the animated sitcom Bob’s Burgers a reality on his cooking blog, the Bob’s Burger Experiment. more »

Risk pays off for graduate’s travel business

Aiyana Mathews ’02 has always had a penchant for travel. Now, it’s her business. Mathews is the founder and CEO of Gardner-Mathews Travel Concierge. more »

Grad recognized as rising star in print industry

Nick Gawreluk ’13 was recently named one of the Top 20 Under 40 by Printing Impressions, the leading publication for commercial printers. more »

Grad makes career pulling off the impossible

Mitch Klaif ’79, who doesn’t have a technology education, was named senior vice president and chief information officer for Time Warner Inc. more »

Graduate masters art of oil business

When Clancy Cottman ’77 was a student at RIT, he made art from scratch through his photography. Today, he builds wealth from scratch in the oil and gas business. more »

Brenneman named Outstanding Alumnus of 2015

Andrew Brenneman ’86, ’88 will be honored for his ongoing support of RIT with the Outstanding Alumnus of 2015 award. more »

Saldinger honored for outstanding volunteer work

Scott Saldinger ’91 will receive the RIT Volunteer of the Year award for his involvement in one of the largest RIT alumni chapters and two Big Shot projects. more »

Crush turns into love at homecoming

Bonnie Harriman ’06 and Jake Brunner ’08 ended up at the same bar during Brick City Homecoming & Family Weekend in 2011 and hit it off. The couple married on May 8. more »