||February 20, 2013
Jordan Darling demonstrates his invention that helps locate sunken sports vehicles. moreá╗
|Today’s Top Stories|
Callie Babbitt receives CAREER award|
Babbitt will use the award from the National Science Foundation to study the sustainable management of lithium-ion batteries that are discarded after use in electric vehicles and modern consumer electronics. moreá╗
FIRST Robotics kicks off March 1
Fifty high school teams from the Northeast and Canada will compete in the 2013 Finger Lakes Regional FIRST Robotics competition, held March 1–2 in the Gordon Field House. moreá╗
Book covers history of photographic printing
RIT Press is publishing The Albumen and Salted Paper Book by James Reilly, director of the Image Permanence Institute. The book is a descriptive history of the major photographic printing processes used from 1840 through 1895. moreá╗
RIT on TV: Made in Rochester|
WUHF-TV (channel 7) highlights Cerion Energy, a company founded in the business incubator Venture Creations in 2006. The company manufactures and sells GO2, a diesel fuel additive. watch videoá╗
Chamberlain earns Goaltender of the Week honors|
Junior goaltender Laura Chamberlain of the women’s hockey team was named the College Hockey America Goaltender of the Week, her first weekly honor of the season and fifth weekly honor of her career. moreá╗
Courtney Tennant named Player of the Week|
Junior center Courtney Tennant was named Liberty League Women’s Basketball Player of the Week. She helped the Tigers to a 3-0 week last week with wins over William Smith, St. Lawrence and Clarkson. moreá╗
|RIT in the News|
RIT named to ‘Sustainable 16’ in Environmental March Madness tournament
RIT’s Eight Beat Measure to compete in international collegiate a capella semifinals
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Mike Johansson, lecturer in communication, quoted moreá╗
The Ithaca Journal
Report: Border Patrol wrongly arrested hundreds in N.Y.
Jeffrey Cox, director, International Student Services, quoted moreá╗
Burlington players help RIT in Division I debut
|Student projects: View work by photography and 3-D digital graphic students, 12:30–2:30 p.m. today, Memorial Art Gallery, 500 University Ave., Rochester|
Senior projects: Collaborative senior projects from new media design and new media interactive development, 2–5 p.m. Feb. 21, University Gallery
True Networking Thursdays: Featuring keynote speaker dt ogilvie, dean, E. Philip Saunders College of Business, 5:30 p.m. Feb. 21, SAU Fireside Lounge
Men’s hockey: RIT vs. Air Force, 7 p.m. Feb. 22 and 23, Ritter Arena
Performance: All Eyes and Ears, featuring professors Joe Geigel, Michelle Harris, Susan Lakin and Marla Schweppe, 6:30 p.m. Feb. 23, University of Rochester River Campus, Wilson Commons
Winter/Spring Break: Feb. 24–March 3
Classes resume: March 4
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