Campus Spotlight

August

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8/26/2014
Center for Religious Life staff handed out 650 Popsicles in 35 minutes on Tuesday.

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8/25/2014
The 6th Rochester Biennial at the Memorial Art Gallery features RIT artists.

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8/22/2014
RIT welcomed new female students to campus with a lantern procession.

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8/22/2014
President Bill Destler welcomed back the RIT community this morning.

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8/21/2014
Physician assistant students visited the Memorial Art Gallery to practice focusing on detail.

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8/20/2014
Student Affairs leader Sandy Johnson learned some sign language for convocation.

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8/20/2014
New students toured the RIT campus as part of their Orientation activities.

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8/19/2014
President Destler gave a hand, and a lift, to new students moving in Tuesday.

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8/19/2014
The New Student Orientation Resource Fair runs until 6:30 p.m. today in the Gordon Field House.

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8/18/2014
The Gene Polisseni Center is taking shape inside and out.

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8/14/2014
Construction continues on RIT’s Clinical Health Sciences Center.

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8/13/2014
New faculty members learned the ins and outs of RIT at orientation this week.

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8/13/2014
New NTID students arrived last week and first-year students move in Tuesday.

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8/13/2014
Students with little or no prior skills in American Sign Language took part in a New Signers Program.

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8/11/2014
Watch for deer and other wildlife in the woods and trails surrounding the RIT campus.

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8/8/2014
More than 400 guests attended the Undergraduate Research Symposium Friday.

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8/6/2014
Dhireesha Kudithipudi, associate professor of computer engineering, and doctoral student Cory Merkel, are working on computing systems inspired by principles of the human brain.

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8/5/2014
RIT students work on their business ideas during Saunders Summer Startup.

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July

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7/30/2014
Deaf and hard-of-hearing teens from across the country visited RIT last weekend.

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7/28/2014
Deaf and hard-of-hearing high school students from all over the country arrived on campus July 19.

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7/26/2014
Deaf and hard-of-hearing high school students from all over the country arrived on campus July 19.

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7/24/2014
U.S. Assistant Secretary of Commerce Jay Williams toured RIT on July 24.

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7/23/2014
The FLIP: Finger Lakes Interactive Play mobile app highlights 12 regional historic sites.

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7/21/2014
Robert F. Panara, NTID’s first deaf professor, died July 20.

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7/18/2014
RIT held a two-day engineering event for young high school women July 17-18.

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7/17/2014
RIT offered an all-skills volleyball day camp for girls in July.

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7/16/2014
Greece Olympia students participated in a video production summer camp on campus.

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7/15/2014
The NRS Honor Wall was dedicated Thursday at the Nathaniel Rochester Society Gala.

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7/9/2014
The AutismUp iCan Bike Camp this week helps kids take away the training wheels.

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7/7/2014
An opening reception is Friday for the Dyer Arts Center’s exhibit featuring two local artists.

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7/2/2014
Sandy Johnson meets students during her first week as senior vice president for student affairs.

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7/1/2014
Jacqueline Mozrall assumes the post of interim dean at Saunders College of Business today.

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June

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6/24/2014
Sixty-seven students graduated from RIT Croatia during a ceremony in Dubrovnik.

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6/22/2014
Malinda Kay focused on a career in museum studies in the College of Liberal Arts.

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6/19/2014
Jon Schull demonstrates a 3D-printed prosthetic hand at the Effective Access Technology Conference.

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6/17/2014
Will Gunn of the Department of Veterans Affairs speaks this morning at the Access Technology Conference.

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6/15/2014
Randy McFadden graduated from the Saunders College of Business this past May.

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6/11/2014
Three retirees were honored at the 16th annual RITirees Picnic on Wednesday.

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6/6/2014
The concrete base for the ice-playing surface was poured Friday in the Polisseni Center.

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6/4/2014
Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo announced one of the first companies to join START-UP NY at RIT.

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6/3/2014
RIT’s Rob Stevens and and Tim Landschoot run in the Corporate Challenge.

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6/2/2014
Nathan Cahill and Kfir Ben Zikri are developing algorithms to study lung nodules in CT scans.

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6/1/2014
Barbara Pitts and Griffin Kettler are headed to Apple after graduation.

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May

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5/28/2014
Allen Luccitti gets a hole-in-one during Staff Appreciation Day.

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5/27/2014
Design icon Massimo Vignelli, 83, died today in New York City.

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5/26/2014
Nobel laureate William Daniel Phillips gave the 2014 convocation address.

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5/23/2014
President Destler conferred degrees on some 4,000 students during convocation this morning.

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5/23/2014
President Destler conferred degrees on some 4,000 students during convocation this morning.

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5/22/2014
NTID celebrated the retirement of several faculty and staff members Wednesday.

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5/21/2014
Tyler Schrodt, right, and Evan McCool knew they wanted to start a longboarding business together just two weeks after meeting.

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5/16/2014
Kelsey Buecheler is a third-year honors student in the nutrition management program in the College of Health Sciences and Technology.

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5/14/2014
Emily Himmelwright has grown to love longboarding since first starting to ride during her freshman year.

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5/13/2014
Several winners in the 2014 AT&T Rochester Civic App Challenge have ties to RIT.

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5/13/2014
Ashleen Evans is graduating with a bachelor’s degree in accounting and a job waiting for her.

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5/13/2014
Andrew Sears, dean of the B. Thomas Golisano College of Computing and Information Sciences, stands outside the building.

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5/13/2014
Robert Jones, right, demonstrates the capabilities of a quadro-copter.

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5/13/2014
RIT athletes spend time each week volunteering at School No. 5 in Rochester.

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5/13/2014
RIT hosted a Naturalization/Citizenship Ceremony Monday for people from Western New York.

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5/12/2014
RIT hosted a Naturalization/Citizenship Ceremony Monday for people from Western New York.

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5/12/2014
Amanda Johnson is one of 21 Rochester City Scholars graduating this weekend.

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5/12/2014
The Multicultural Center for Academic Success honored Karbara Maxey.

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5/11/2014
Jeremy Haefner prefers working with a stand up desk.

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5/11/2014
Jonathan Weissman received the 2014 Eisenhart Award for Outstanding Teaching for a non-tenure track faculty member.

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5/10/2014
James Whitehill enjoys a perfect spring day in the Frisina Quad.

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5/9/2014
Kirsten Condry received the 2014 Eisenhart Award for Outstanding Teaching.

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5/9/2014
Carl Lutzer received the 2014 Eisenhart Award for Outstanding Teaching.

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5/8/2014
Recipients of the Alfred L. Davis Public Service Awards were honored Thursday.

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5/8/2014
Sean Hansen received the Richard and Virginia Eisenhart Provost’s Award for Excellence in Teaching.

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5/8/2014
Tim Reed, one of RIT’s first Rochester City Scholars, will take his talents in engineering technology into the workplace when he graduates.

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5/6/2014
Breaking Bad cinematographer Michael Slovis ’76 spoke with students on Tuesday.

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5/5/2014
For the third straight year, the men’s lacrosse team sits atop the Liberty League Conference.

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5/4/2014
The Robotic S’more Maker was a big hit at Imagine RIT on Saturday.

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5/3/2014
President Destler’s E-Vehicle Autocross kicked off the Imagine RIT: Innovation and Creativity Festival on May 3.

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5/1/2014
A multimedia performance honoring Robert Panara runs today and tomorrow.

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April

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4/30/2014
Hassan Robinson, an information technology major, is graduating in May.

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4/29/2014
Joel Frater has been visiting RIT as part of the ACE Fellows Program.

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4/28/2014
Students throw colored powder for Holi, a spring festival rooted in Hinduism, during SpringFest.

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4/28/2014
RIT Rescue Shelter Club hosted a community dog walk on Sunday.

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4/27/2014
RIT participated in the International Women’s Hackathon on Saturday.

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4/24/2014
The “Globe at the Movies” symposium celebrated the multifaceted nature of global films.

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4/23/2014
Dan Wang won the Student Showcase Challenge for his photographs of the Z06 Corvette.

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4/22/2014
Ronald Ricotta and Michael Nuccitelli received the 2014 Vanden Brul award.

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4/22/2014
Students presented their solutions to environmental issues at their colleges for Earth Day.

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4/21/2014
Liisa Kauppinen, former president of the World Federation of the Deaf, visited NTID.

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4/20/2014
RIT’s 10th annual Easter Egg Hunt was held Saturday for kids in the community.

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4/18/2014
Student Dan Wang photographed the new Corvette Z06 for a contest. Voting ends Tuesday.

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4/16/2014
The paintball club is ranked No. 1 in the Northeast and No. 3 in the U.S.

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4/14/2014
Ten graduates were honored as the 2014 Distinguished Alumni on April 11.

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4/14/2014
Student Government members of RIT’s Henrietta and global campuses met in Dubai.

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4/13/2014
Distinguished Alumnus Rick Kittles ’89 spoke about his research on prostate cancer.

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4/11/2014
A ceremonial groundbreaking for the Clinical Health Sciences Center took place April 11.

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4/10/2014
Experimental game designer Tracy Fullerton works with game design students.

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4/10/2014
Erika Mesh is pursuing a doctorate in computing and information sciences.

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4/9/2014
Heath Boice-Pardee, interim senior vice president for student affairs, has written two novels.

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4/8/2014
The Rwanda Genocide Twenty Year Remembrance on Monday ended with a candlelight vigil.

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4/8/2014
Need to get around campus in a hurry? Student Government is offering a bike share program.

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4/7/2014
The Heel Violence fundraiser on Sunday raised awareness of domestic violence.

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4/4/2014
Congresswoman Louise Slaughter hosted an app-building workshop at RIT for high schoolers.

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4/2/2014
RIT celebrated the women’s hockey team’s College Hockey America championship.

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4/1/2014
Moyu Zhang is a furniture design student in her thesis year.

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March

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3/31/2014
Eric Irish created the TigerSafe app.

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3/28/2014
Nearly 50 high school teams participated in the FIRST Robotics regional competition.

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3/26/2014
The Golisano Institute for Sustainability is among the top 1 percent of all U.S. green buildings.

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3/24/2014
Careers in medical informatics are skyrocketing.

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3/21/2014
Author Eowyn Ivey visited to speak about her debut novel, The Snow Child.

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3/19/2014
Graduate student Eunmi Han employs a 3D software program to create jewelry.

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3/18/2014
Wilson Silva, a lecturer in linguistics, is researching the native languages of Brazilian tribes.

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3/17/2014
Dining Services handed out cookies and information on the benefits of Tiger Bucks.

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3/16/2014
The Rochester BRAWL (Broads Regional Arm Wrestling League) held its fundraiser at RIT on March 14.

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3/14/2014
Companies attended Creative Industry Day looking for RIT talent.

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3/13/2014
More than 16 inches of snow fell Wednesday and early today in the Rochester area.

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3/12/2014
The musical comedy Damn Yankees runs this weekend in the Panara Theatre.

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3/11/2014
The RIT Model Railroad Club hosted a Golden Spike Ceremony last week.

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3/11/2014
Team Oreo and Team 22 collided in a shootout during the Nerf Gun Tournament hosted by the RIT Paintball Team at the Gordon Field House on March 8.

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3/10/2014
Whistleblower Jay Palmer visited RIT as part of a public policy lecture series.

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3/10/2014
The women’s hockey team claimed its first College Hockey America championship.

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3/9/2014
RIT hosted its 10th annual Tora-Con convention March 8-9.

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3/7/2014
MCC President Anne Kress spoke with members of RIT’s ADVANCE team.

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3/6/2014
RIT’s 2014 United Way campaign kicked off March 6 with the Tiger Olympics.

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3/6/2014
RIT lecturer Joe Pietruch created a video game, Chain Gang Chase.

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3/5/2014
Professor Jeff Wagner works with economics students to develop research skills.

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3/4/2014
Keith Delk, a Student Government senator, represents cross-registered deaf and hard-of-hearing students.

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3/3/2014
The men’s hockey team capped 46 years at Ritter Arena with a win Saturday night.

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