RIT recognized more than 3,800 graduates at the 130th Academic Convocation today.
Graduating students attended the 7th Annual Senior Class Toast.
RIT celebrated faculty and student research in improving STEM Education.
Students gather and sort useable items to donate to the Goodbye, Goodbuy! project.
Students explore connections between eye movement and the role of vision in walking.
School for American Crafts students highlighted their work during the annual showcase.
Students’ game won first place in the Visual Quality category of the 2015 Intel University Games Showcase.
RIT’s solar array is among the largest of any college in New York state.
Katie Terezakis received the 2015 Eisenhart Award for Outstanding Teaching.
Tom Gasek received the 2015 Eisenhart Award for Outstanding Teaching.
Robert Garrick received the 2015 Eisenhart Award for Outstanding Teaching.
Christopher Kurz received the 2015 Eisenhart Award for Outstanding Teaching.
Assembly Majority Leader Joseph D. Morelle honored RIT’s Cyber Defense team.
Joseph Morelle hosted the Careers Opportunities in Cybersecurity panel on May 7.
David Halbstein received the Richard and Virginia Eisenhart Provost’s Award for Excellence in Teaching.
Students strike a pose during SpringFest on Friday.
Muslims on campus observed the Friday prayer outside last week.
Melissa Sagen blends together history and science in her museum studies degree.
Sarah Brownell and Hrushikesh Sagar were honored for their humanitarian contributions.
Students hand out T-shirts for SpringFest, which kicks off Thursday.
See work by School for American Crafts students at the annual Walkthrough on Monday.
Electrical engineering student Matthew Glazer works in The Construct makerspace.
Professor Risa Robinson is researching the health effects of e-cigarettes.
The Multi-Agent Biorobotics Laboratory houses research related to robotics.
It took 50,000 K’Nex pieces to build the Theme Park Engineering exhibit at Imagine RIT.
Imagine RIT kicked off with a quadcopter competition.
Graduate student artwork will be on display at Bevier Gallery during Imagine RIT.
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“Resistance, Rebellion, and Renewal in Rochester” is on display in the RIT Museum.
Fine art students work on their portion of an interactive art installation for Imagine RIT.
NTID Performing Arts presents the Broadway musical Hairspray at 7:30 tonight.
The director of security operations at Facebook talks about cybersecurity.
Leah Jamieson is the first recipient of the Kate Gleason Medal for Engineering Education.
Climate scientist James Hansen visited RIT as part of Earth Week.
RIT’s Saunders College of Business announces the Daniel D. Tessoni Endowed Chair in Accounting.
Entrepreneur John Smith received the Vanden Brul Entrepreneurial Award on Tuesday.
More than 2,500 anime enthusiasts attended Tora-Con 2015.
About 400 designers and coders came to RIT for the first BrickHack hackathon.
A fashion show featured the work of three NTID students.
Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand announced new legislation to bolster manufacturing education.
RIT hosted its annual tribute to the Outstanding Undergraduate Scholars on Thursday.
NASA Astronaut Donald Pettit toured RIT Tuesday.
NASA Astronaut Don Pettit highlights his photography taken in space.
RIT and Gleason Corp. celebrated a new research partnership.
The Heel Violence walk on Sunday raised awareness of domestic violence.
Eighth-graders from Greece Athena visited last week, and high schoolers will come to campus Friday.
Grace Watson Dining Hall rolled out the red carpet for a special meal on April 9.
What does that free app actually cost you? Mei Nagappan is finding out.
The Artstream Nomadic Gallery stopped at RIT.
Anirudh Penmetcha’s research revolves around solar cells.
Randy Henderson, president of Henderson Ford, is this year’s Minett Professor.
The 11th annual Easter Egg Hunt was held Saturday on the RIT campus.
Bevier Gallery is showing graduate work from the schools of Art, Design and American Crafts.
Students participate in Tom Hanney’s course on the harmonica.
Reformed felon Sam E. Antar discussed the dangers of fraud on Wednesday.
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Ceramic artist Dan Anderson visited the School for American Crafts.
Tiger spirit was strong in Indiana where men’s hockey made it to the Elite 8.
RIT runners returned from a 1,400-mile non-stop relay.
High school students took over the Gordon Field House for FIRST Robotics.
The Atlantic Hockey Champion men’s hockey team heads to the NCAA tournament this weekend.
Fusion Fest ’15 brought gamers together to raise funds for cancer organizations.
Photographer Eugene Richards delivered a talk Wednesday evening.
RIT President Bill Destler was the first guest at the opening of WITR’s new studio.
The RIT FoodShare Center is expected to open soon.
Rochester Business Alliance president Bob Duffy spoke for the ArchiTALKS lecture series.
Graduates of RIT’s Center for Urban Entrepreneurship at Saunders College of Business completed their training program.
Students in RIT’s math club celebrated Pi Day with a pie baking contest.
Saunders College of Business hosted the 6th annual Power Your Potential Women’s Leadership Conference.
Saunders College hosted the Power Your Potential Women’s Leadership Conference on Friday.
Rep. Louise Slaughter co-hosted a program at RIT on bacterial resistance and public health.
Students promote an a cappella concert with a pie-throwing event.
RIT held a send-off party for the women’s hockey team yesterday.
RIT’s 2015 United Way campaign kicked off Wednesday with the Heroes in Action event.
The RIT Singers will perform in a concert this weekend.
James Borders ’09 erected a 14-foot sculpture on campus last week.
The College of Liberal Arts hosted an ice skating party earlier this month.
Student teams protect their network from attacks at a cybersecurity competition.
The 2015 CHA Champion women’s hockey team will face Minnesota in the NCAA quarterfinals.
Lt. Gov. Kathy Hochul helped cut the ribbon on RIT’s Battery Prototyping Center.
The College Activities Board is hosting an open mic night at 8 tonight.
The women’s hockey team heads into championship weekend.
RIT’s 2015 Spring Career Fair runs until 4 p.m. today in the Gordon Field House.
Rebecca Clontz is turning coffee grinds into biofuel and an organic fertilizer.
The RIT Gospel Ensemble performed during Gospel Fest last week.
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Ray Ptucha demonstrates his autonomous wheelchair at the Graduate Education Symposium.
Students celebrated the Chinese New Year with papercutting demonstrations, music and food.
Students test out the College of Liberal Arts’ new advising tool.
Walid Yaqoobi and David Narvaez started the RIT Fulbright Scholars Association.
RIT Bhangra performed at the Unification event on Saturday.
Students lined up to test offerings from food trucks.
Students competed in a winter obstacle course during FreezeFest.
Certified therapy dogs visited at the Bow Wow Wellness event.
The Rochester-Finger Lakes Middle and High School Art Exhibition ends Monday.
Gabrielle Gaustad received an esteemed National Science Foundation CAREER award.
Joe Hamilton has created 100 sets for NTID Theatre since 1996.
Undergraduate students are developing methods for the early diagnosis of prostate cancer.
Students performed during Open Mic Night.
The crew teams raised $1,200 for the Tigers for Tigers coalition on Friday.
High school students celebrated Carnevale (Italian Mardi Gras) in the University Gallery.
Students lined up for FreezeFest goodies Thursday. The annual winter festival starts next week.
The Graduation Fair on Wednesday marked 100 days to commencement.
Naixin Kang is in the first graduating class from RIT’s 2+2 program with a Beijing university.
“Part Time Joe” Vicario, right, takes the ceremonial puck drop at Saturday’s game.
RIT’s swing dance club, Brick City Boppers, meets Thursday nights.
Students explored co-op and career opportunities at the Packaging Science Career Fair.
The men’s basketball team will honor veterans at Saturday’s game.
Blood pressure checks are available on campus during February, American Heart Month.
The College of Imaging Arts and Sciences opens its research and scholarship exhibition Thursday.
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Students meet industry professionals and gain firsthand knowledge during ARM Developer Day.
Soledad O’Brien met with students today before her Expressions of King’s Legacy address.
Soledad O’Brien was the keynote speaker for the Expressions of King’s Legacy.
Minoru Yoshida ’04, ’08 works as a grant officer with The Nippon Foundation of Japan.
Fourth-year student Alexandra LaLonde conducts microfluid research.
RIT dedicated a new lab for improving automotive and rail safety technologies.
Residence Life staff came back from intersession early to spend a day volunteering.
The women’s basketball team regularly volunteers at a Rochester elementary school.
Author Rachel Toor was the keynote speaker for a symposium on publishing.
A TigerTerm class visited Partners in Restorative Initiatives on Monday.
Physician assistant students practice their examination techniques.
Hundreds of RIT students gather Wednesday evenings to learn sign language.
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Yeliz Okdem Ates puts finishing touches on her sculptural pieces.
RIT biomedical students volunteer as health coaches in the community.
Breton Minnehan is in the first class of the new engineering Ph.D. program.
Students presented full-sized appliance concepts to designers from General Electric.
This 7-foot, 3,000-pound sculpture honors the late Robert Mondavi.
Industrial design students presented concepts of appliances to designers at General Electric.
The Faculty and Staff Winter Craft Sale is today in the SAU lobby and Fireside Lounge.
Photography student Lauren Russell bids during the SPAS Holiday Auction.
Mike Bradley demonstrates a laser scanning arm during a forum on 3D printing.
Kate Winnebeck presented a workshop on shopping for eco-friendly toys.
Eric Kunsman will talk about his exhibit in the Dyer Arts Center on Wednesday.
The Ukulele Club serenaded students on campus Dec. 6 with a selection of carols.
Artesano’s started a new holiday tradition with the Ugly Sweater Soiree.
Muslims on campus observe the Friday prayer in the Skalny Room.
Kaitie Spaude knows what it’s like to live on a dollar’s worth of food each day.
The FreezeFest kickoff featured blue and white treats and the announcement of this year’s performer.
Kindergarteners from Margaret’s House are selling ornaments and cards tomorrow.
Clay Patrick McBride joins RIT this fall as a guest lecturer in photography.
Photography students shot holiday portraits in November and will again this weekend.
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