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October 23, 2014
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Today’s Top Stories
ROTC appoints first female commanding officer
Lt. Col. Ann Gallucci brings many experiences to RIT’s Air Force ROTC Program as its first female commanding officer in the detachment’s 25-year history.
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TigerTerms offerings now available
This year’s January intersession schedule is now available. There are 40 course offerings in a variety of topics. Credit-hour tuition is 30 percent off for undergraduates and 25 percent off for grad students. Shopping carts open Nov. 3; enrollment opens Nov. 13.

College of Science takes diversity to heart
RIT’s College of Science was recognized for a third time for its efforts to build an inclusive and representative faculty reflecting the student body.
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Featured Video
story photoRIT on TV: Solar panels and carbon credits
Time Warner Cable News reports on two projects related to clean energy programs. Rochester company Intrinsiq received funding to develop solar cells and will work with RIT. RIT is also one of 12 colleges and universities in the country involved in Chevrolet’s Campus Clean Energy Campaign. watch video »

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SportsZone premiere features Polisseni Center
SportsZone’s 13th season premiere episode features the opening of the state-of-the-art, $38 million Gene Polisseni Center. Also hear from hockey icon Jim Craig, who visited campus in October and is best remembered for leading his team to a miraculous Olympic victory. watch video »

Tiger Hockey
Women hit the road
The women’s hockey team heads back on the road for the second straight weekend to play a pair of games against Brown University this weekend. The Tigers and Bears meet at 7 p.m. Friday and 4 p.m. Saturday.
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Sports News
Swimming teams earn first wins of the season
The men’s swimming and diving team defeated SUNY Oswego 143-89 Wednesday, the first of the season for the Tigers. The women’s team also picked up its first win of the season with a 138-78 win over Oswego.

RIT in the News
Local High Tech Company Adding Up To 25 Jobs
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This Technology Could Change the Way Deaf People Live
MotionSavvy, developed by NTID students, featured more »

Rochester Business Journal
Chevy picks RIT for carbon emissions reduction campaign
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Ars Technica
Meet the $800 Windows tablet designed to interpret for deaf people
MotionSavvy, developed by NTID students, featured more »

NJ Advance
Bridges to Employment: Non-profit connects disabled to the mainstream
Chetan Mishra '09, '12 (accounting technology, hospitality and service management) mentioned more »

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Upcoming Events
Brazil Day: Experience “taste” of Brazil and Portuguese mini-lesson, noon–3 p.m. today, Eastman Hall, room 3211

Roundtable: Dennis Andrejko, Enid Cardinal, Rich Stein, Thomas Trabold, RIT; Brian Danker, M+E Engineering; Ilana Judah, John Schuyler, FXFOWLE; Mark Maddalina, SWBR; 12:30 p.m. today, GIS auditorium

Distinguished Computational Linguistics Lecture: “Learning and Inference for Natural Language Understanding,” Dan Roth, University of Illinois, 12:30 p.m. today, Golisano Hall auditorium

Opening reception: “Contemporary Italy: A View of Everyday Street Life,” Gaetano Scollo, 6–8 p.m. today, University Gallery, Booth Hall

Speaker: “The Cradle of Blackness in the Modern World,” Silvio Torres-Saillant, 6 p.m. today, Campus Center Bamboo Room

RIT Entrepreneurs Conference: With keynote speaker Ted Dziuba ’06, co-founder of Milo.com and technical director for eBay, 8 a.m.–5 p.m. Oct. 24 (details and register)

Vignelli Design Conversations: “The Vignellis: Modernism Lives On,” Jan Conradi, author, professor, 1 p.m. Oct. 24, University Gallery, Booth Hall

RIT Tiger Tank: Student teams pitch business ideas to investors, 3:30 p.m. Oct. 24, Ingle Auditorium

Performing Artists Concert Series: The Neave Trio, 8 p.m. Oct. 24, Ingle Auditorium, $5 students, $15 faculty/staff/alumni, $20 general public (tickets)

High Falls Film Festival: Women of SoFA (School of Film and Animation) Shorts Program, 2:50 p.m. Oct. 25, The Little Theatre, 240 East Ave., Rochester (tickets)

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Women’s swimming/diving: RIT 138, Oswego 78

Men’s swimming/diving: RIT 143, Oswego 89

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