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Student Allison Conte designed signs for the Center for Detectors in Engineering Hall. more »
Today’s Top Stories
RIT to host NASA International Space Apps Challenge
Members of the Rochester community will have the chance to work with NASA and people from all seven continents—and the International Space Station—during the second International Space Apps Challenge April 20–21. more »

Roundtable to focus on remanufacturing industry
The Remanufacturing Industries Council and Golisano Institute for Sustainability are hosting the 2013 Remanufacturing Industry Roundtable for leaders in remanufacturing on April 11 and 12 on campus. more »

Signs give Center for Detectors a welcoming look
Graphic design major Allison Conte recently designed glass and metal signage for the Center for Detectors, located on the third floor of Engineering Hall. more »

For and About Alumni
Grad nabs spot in 40 under 40 list
Christopher Palmieri ’00 (health systems administration) has been quick to jump off the path most traveled and do things in a non-traditional way. That approach landed him in the 2012 Crain’s New York Business 40 under 40. more »

Sports News
Men’s lacrosse wins eighth game of the season
The No. 5 men’s lacrosse team picked up an impressive 17-4 win over SUNY Geneseo in non-conference action from RIT’s turf field on Wednesday. more »

RIT in the News
Upstate universities to be NASA competition sites
RIT referenced more »

Space Daily
Astrophysicists to probe dark matter in sunny California
Sukanya Chakrabarti, assistant professor of physics, quoted more »

Tampa Bay Times
Four best U.S. professors give teaching tips at USF
Todd Pagano, associate professor and director of the Laboratory Science Technology program at NTID, quoted more »

National Public Radio
Who’s Hiring H1-B Visa Workers? It’s Not Who You Might Think
Ron Hira, associate professor of public policy, quoted more »

Every day is April Fool’s Day on the Internet
Nicholas DiFonzo, professor of psychology, quoted more »

Today’s Weather
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Upcoming Events
Conable Conference in International Studies: “Gender, Violence and Justice in the Age of Globalization,” today through April 6 (details)

Lecture: Brian Duddy, author of Invasion Stripes: The Wartime Diary of Captain Robert Uhrig, USAAF and the Dawn of American Military Airlift, 6 p.m. today, Barnes & Noble

NTID Presenter Series: Adam Stone ’04, Ph.D. student, Gallaudet University, part of Deaf Jewish Awareness Week, 7 p.m. today, CSD Student Development Center, room 1310

Open House: For accepted students, 8:15 a.m.–3 p.m. April 5, throughout campus

Karen’s Walk and 5K Run: Benefits the Karen Decker Cardiomyopathy Fund, 9:30 a.m. April 6, Nathaniel Rochester Field (details)

Presentation: “Extreme Weather Trends, Climate Science and Public Opinion,” Kelly Klima, Carnegie Mellon University, 5:30 p.m. April 8, Campus Center Bamboo Room

Comedian: James Cunningham, 7 p.m. April 8, Ingle Auditorium

more events »

Men’s lacrosse: RIT 17, Geneseo 4

more scores »

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