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Photoshop master to speak Feb. 8

John Paul Caponigro, an internationally renowned artist known for combining his painting background with digital photographic processes, will give a free lecture at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 8, in the Van Peursen Auditorium, Gosnell Building. His clients

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Gospel Ensemble celebrates 25 years

The RIT Gospel Ensemble celebrates a quarter century with an anniversary concert at 8 p.m. Feb. 11.
The Gospel Ensemble opens the show before Kurt Carr and the Kurt Carr Singers take the stage in Clark Gymnasium. Kurt Carr expresses a traditional

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COB partnership for accounting MBA

RIT’s College of Business and Elmira College have formed an agreement to partner on a new accelerated 4+1 Master of Business Accounting, or MBA-A, program to meet New York state’s new certified public accountant requirements—as well

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COLA, RIT Players to perform Brecht play

The College of Liberal Arts Depart-ment of Fine Arts, with RIT Players, will celebrate the brilliance of Bertolt Brecht—one of the 20th century’s most influential playwrights—with a production combining documentary material and dramatic performance

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Course examines interest in reality TV shows

Why are two RIT professors co-teaching a course about reality television? They’re doing it to answer a related question—why are people watching reality television? This quarter, a class about the cultural implications of reality TV is made possible by

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World movie premiere

The animated film Crossing the Stream, produced by Skip Battaglia, professor in the College of Imaging Arts and Sciences, made its world premiere at the Little Theatre in Rochester on Jan. 13. Crossing the Stream is shown before screenings

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CIMS devises cutting-edge gas-leak equipment

In the astute words of Thomas Edison, “genius is one percent inspiration and 99 percent perspiration.”
A new project between RIT and NYSEARCH, a research and development organization of 19 natural gas utility members which includes most companies

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NTID students take the NCE challenge

Things really clicked for NTID student Victoria “Vicky” Gonzalez this month when she became the proud owner of a Kodak digital camera. Gonzalez, an imaging arts and studies student from Texas, won the camera after participating in the NTID Center

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Chip-fab method enables smaller semiconductor devices

New computer chip lithography methods under development at RIT have created imaging capabilities beyond that previously believed to be physically possible. Leading a team of engineering students, Bruce Smith, professor of microelectronic

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Boyd named VP for research

Donald Boyd has been named vice president for research at RIT. Boyd will continue to report to Provost Stan McKenzie and will continue to carry on the functions and duties that have been grouped under the office of Associate Provost for Out-reach Programs

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Sponsored funding tracker now online

Information regarding the university’s sponsored funding activity is now available at your fingertips. Sponsored Research Services introduces the RIT Awards and Proposals Information Database, a Web portal highlighting a range of details on proposals

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NTID earns $400K for C-Print studies

The National Technical Institute for the Deaf has been awarded a $400,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Education’s Steppingstones of Technology Innovation for Students with Disabilities program. NTID Researcher Michael Stinson will be

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Images from Science returns home
Doran Mix

Loren Winters from the North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics captures the decelerating force of a projectile traveling into a hanging elastic strip. The scene is among nearly 60 photos included in Images from Science, an exhibition of scientific photography created by Professors Michael Peres and Andrew Davidhazy in the School of Photographic Arts and Sciences. The exhibit is back in Rochester after a three-year odyssey throughout the United States and overseas, including stops in Ireland, the Netherlands, Spain and Sweden. Images from Science opens at The Gallery at One Bausch & Lomb Place on Jan. 30, and continues through April.



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