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RIT forges new partnership with Delphi

Through the efforts of U.S. Congresswoman Louise Slaughter and New York’s U.S. Senate delegation, RIT’s Center for Integrated Manufacturing Studies has been awarded a $2.75 million grant for a joint research project with Delphi Automotive that will assist Rochester in becoming a hub of

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Major renovation planned in Student Alumni Union

The Woodward Pool is getting a facelift–and RIT students are getting a place to put their feet up. A gift of $2 million, plus architectural and construction plan underwriting from The Summers Foundation (RIT trustee John “Dutch” Summers and his wife, Jayne), sparked a

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Student Spotlight

Michael Hakans photographs the tiniest of things. Whether it’s a termite or the inside of the human eye or individual cells, the fourth-year biomedical photographic communications major uses specialized photographic equipment and microscopes to capture images needed in the science and medical fields.

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Imagine RIT (ongoing)

More than 200 proposals have been submitted to Imagine RIT: Innovation and Creativity Festival, in addition to events being planned by each of the eight colleges. The proposals include demonstrations, exhibitions, performances and hands-on activities. “This festival, to which we will invite parents, alumni, prospective

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Edith Lunt Small exhibit at Dyer Arts Center (Jan. 18-Feb. 29)

Nothing is off limits to Edith Lunt Small’s imagination–and what she sees, she paints. And then she throws in a few shocking details into the mix to halt any sense of realism. “My favorite piece is called The Entry of Christ into Manhattan, based

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Swoopes sweeps into RIT’s Clark Gym (Feb. 2)

Women’s National Basketball Association star and three-time Olympic gold medalist Sheryl Swoopes is coming to RIT. Swoopes will deliver a motivational speech at 5 p.m. Feb. 2 in Clark Gymnasium. Tickets for the event, which is sponsored by the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender Center and the Center for Campus Life, are $3 for college students and children under 12 and $7 for faculty, staff and the public. Tickets can be purchased at the Gordon Field House and Activities Center Box Office beginning Jan. 22.

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