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Staff Recognition Awards presented today|
RIT honored employees for outstanding service and dedication to the university during its annual Staff Recognition Awards ceremony.
Report highlights innovation at Wallace Center
RIT’s 2012-2013 annual report recaps the center’s efforts over the last academic year in four key areas: facilitating discovery, technology, scholarship and community.
Professor to discuss biomedical optics
Mary-Ann Mycek, professor of biomedical engineering at the University of Michigan, speaks Oct. 10 as part of the College of Science Distinguished Speaker series.
Professors AndrÚ Hudson and Michael Savka, Gosnell School of Life Sciences; Han Ming Gan ’10 (biotechnology); and others published “Comparative genomic analysis of six bacteria belonging to the genus Novosphingobium: Insights into marine adaptation, cell-cell signaling and bioremediation,” in BioMed Central Genomics 2013. moreáNewsmakersá╗|
Soccer players earn weekly honors|
John Kaddo of the men’s soccer team and Sierra Kiss of the women’s team were each named Liberty League offensive performers of the week.
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RIT to screen Hoy documentary
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RIT men's hockey aims to rebound
Humans Are Already More “Enhanced” by Technology Than We Realize
Guest essay by Evan Selinger, associate professor of philosophy moreá╗
Five can’t-miss events coming to Brick City at RIT, Homecoming and Family Weekend
|Workshop: “Working with Landlords,” sponsored by Association for Commuter Engagement, 3 p.m. today, SAU 1829 Room|
Gosnell Lecture Series: “Sustainability of Lake Erie and its Watershed: Linking Economics, Land Use and Water Quality,” Elena Irwin, Ohio State, 3 p.m. today, Carlson Auditorium
Presidential Symposium: “Musical Notes and Magical Knives,” celebrating 20th anniversary of partnership with Kanazawa Institute of Technology, 3:30 p.m. today, Ingle Auditorium
Vignelli lecture series: “Adventures in Glass,” Rob Cassetti, senior director, Corning Museum of Glass, 4:45 p.m. today, University Gallery
Partnership Dedication Ceremony: Celebrating 20th anniversary of partnership with Kanazawa Institute of Technology, 11 a.m. Oct. 9, Tojo Japanese Garden
Conable Lecture Series: “Does American Imperial Power Depend on Military Sexual Violence?” Aaron Belkin, founding director, Palm Center, University of California, noon Oct. 9, Xerox Auditorium
Film screening: I See the Crowd Roar, 7 p.m. Oct. 9, Panara Theatre (details and registration)
Brick City Homecoming & Family Weekend: Oct. 10–13, go to rit.edu/gcr/brickcity for events schedule and details