Sam Campanaro ’57 (illustrative photography) has lived a life of photography.
He spent 42 years working at Eastman Kodak Co., using some of the most advanced photographic equipment in the last century.
He was part of a staff of 17 photographers during the breadth of Kodak’s reign, working in research for 31 years ... more »
Picture a beautifully decorated Batman cake, specially ordered for the birthday boy. Or a customized Hello Kitty cake for that special little girl.
Gabriella Martinez ’08 (multidisciplinary studies) makes it all—from cakes to cannolis to peanut butter cookies to hand-decorated treats for the holidays.
Her customers crave these gourmet goodies. And why wouldn’t ... more »
Fabio Antonini, Rodolfo Montez Jr. and Grant Tremblay—the inaugural graduates of the Astrophysical Sciences and Technology doctoral program—think in terms of light years.
It’s a natural habit: They’ve spent years studying astronomical theory or observable phenomena with sophisticated space telescopes like NASA’s Chandra X-ray Observatory, the Hubble Space Telescope and the European ... more »
Philip R. Tyler ’65 (business administration) is RIT’s Outstanding Alumnus and Christine B. Whitman is Volunteer of the Year. The awards were presented at the Presidents’ Alumni Ball, part of the annual Brick City Homecoming & Family Weekend.
Tyler is associate professor emeritus in the E. Philip Saunders College of Business. He ... more »