||January 8, 2013
Children from Margaret’s House sold snowman bookmarks for Hurricane Sandy victims. moreá╗
|Today’s Top Stories|
Registration open for business plan contest|
Registrations are being accepted for the 2013 Rochester Regional Business Plan Contest, which recognizes, rewards and promotes early-stage start-up companies. moreá╗
Sociologist studies disaster management
Jessica Pardee is dedicated to alerting disaster management officials about the importance of focusing on moving people as family units—rather than individuals. moreá╗
What sets RIT apart? Tell us!
Take The Princeton Review’s Undergraduate Survey and help us set the record straight about what sets RIT apart. By sharing your student experiences, you will be entered for a chance to win an Apple iPad.
RIT on TV: Photographing Snowflakes|
YNN (channel 9) reports on the beauty of snowflakes captured by photography professor Michael Peres under the microscope. watch videoá╗
Binnington named Goaltender of the Week|
Sophomore goaltender Ali Binnington of the women’s hockey team was named the College Hockey America Goaltender of the Week on Monday. It’s her third weekly honor of the season. moreá╗
Wrestling falls at dual meet|
The wrestling team dropped a pair of tough matches at the New York/Pennsylvania dual matches on Saturday at Clark Gym. RIT opened the afternoon by losing a heartbreaker to King’s, 22-21, then fell to Lycoming, 21-12. moreá╗
|RIT in the News|
Guns, criminal justice, and a national agenda
Guest essay by John Klofas, professor of criminal justice moreá╗
Democrat and Chronicle
RIT projects aim to improve access
Democrat and Chronicle
Timing and victims made Webster into a global story
Ammina Kothari and Andrea Hickerson, assistant professors of communication, quoted moreá╗
Kodak makes $525 million patent sale official
John Ward, lecturer of marketing and international business, quoted moreá╗
|Information session: National Science Foundation’s Grant Proposal Guide, 2 p.m. today, Louise Slaughter Hall, room 2220|
Informational webinar: What’s new and how to get involved in Imagine RIT: Innovation and Creativity Festival, 3 p.m. Jan. 9 (click to join)
Provost’s Town Hall Meeting: Policy B2.0, Charter of Academic Governance, 8:30 a.m. Jan. 10, University Gallery
Student Government Town Hall Meeting: 7 p.m. Jan. 10, Ingle Auditorium
Thursday Night Cinema: The Patriot, 10 p.m. Jan. 10, Ingle Auditorium
Gray Matter discussion series: “Why Are We So Afraid to be Honest?” noon Jan. 11, Wallace Center Idea Factory
Comedian: Emily Galati, 10 p.m. Jan. 12, Ingle Auditorium
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