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February 8, 2016
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Today’s Top Stories
RIT announces investments in four research areas
Teams focusing on cybersecurity, health care technology, photonics and unmanned aerial vehicle imaging will each receive up to $1 million over five years.
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RIT, Pictometry expand drone research partnership
RIT is partnering with Pictometry to build an Outdoor Netted Enclosure Lab for research and academic coursework related to unmanned aircraft systems.
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Three COLA faculty receive Miller Fellowships
Each awardee receives a $12,000 fellowship, typically used for a course release in the upcoming academic year and any costs related to the completion of their project.
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Featured Video
story photoRIT on TV: Fusion Fest
Time Warner Cable News reports on Fusion Fest '16, a 24-hour video-game LAN party held this past weekend that is designed as a fundraising and awareness activity for Cancer Wellness Connections. watch video »

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Tiger Hockey
Men’s unbeaten streak snapped
The men’s hockey team had its eight-game unbeaten streak snapped and lost for the first time on the road in Atlantic Hockey play this season, falling to Air Force 4-0 in front of 2,103 fans at Cadet Ice Arena on Saturday.
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Rally falls short for women
Despite a furious third-period rally, the women’s hockey team fell to host Lindenwood 2-1 at the Lindenwood Ice Arena on Saturday.
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Sports News
Women’s basketball nets seventh straight win
The women’s basketball team used a late third-quarter run to earn a 73-58 victory against Vassar in a road conference game on Saturday. The seventh-straight win is a program record.
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RIT in the News
Rochester Business Journal
Pictometry, RIT team to create drone research enclosure lab
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Rochester Business Journal
RIT's $500k grant to be used for AMPrint Center for Advanced Technology
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Democrat and Chronicle
Thimble seeks to teach you how to build mini robots
David Brenner '11 (computer engineering) feaured more »

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Upcoming Events
Auditions: RIT Singers, 2–4 p.m. today, Liberal Arts Hall, room A252, 6:30–7:45 p.m. tomorrow, SAU room A120 (email Sarah Toca for information)

Town hall meeting: Meet Theodosios Alexander, finalist for dean of Kate Gleason College of Engineering, 9:30 a.m. tomorrow, Eastman Hall auditorium

Open forum: Meet Sukumaran Nair, finalist for dean of Golisano College of Computing and Information Sciences, 10 a.m. tomorrow, Institute Hall, room 1160 or 9:30 a.m. Wednesday, Golisano Hall, room 1400

Seminar: “Tipping Points, Critical Transitions, and Bifurcations: Are ‘Generic Early-Warning Signals’ Applicable to Medicine?,” Leon Glass, McGill University, 2 p.m. tomorrow, Gosnell Hall, auditorium

Talk: “Building Curricular and Co-curricular Pathways to T-Competencies,” Debra Humphreys, Association of American Colleges and Universities, 3:30 p.m. tomorrow, Gosnell Hall auditorium

Open house: “21st Century Scholarship Unlocked: Open Access,” learn about the benefits for scholarship, 3:30–5 p.m. Feb. 26, The Wallace Center (register by Wednesday)

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Women’s basketball: RIT 73, Vassar 58 (Feb. 6)

Men’s basketball: Vassar 72, RIT 65 (Feb. 6)

Women’s hockey: Lindenwood 2, RIT 1 (Feb. 6)

Men’s hockey: Air Force 4, RIT 0 (Feb. 6)

Women’s hockey: RIT 3, Lindenwood 2 (Feb. 5)

Men’s hockey: RIT 2, Air Force 2 (OT) (Feb. 5)

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