RIT’s microelectronic engineering department is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year. The department has more than 1,000 of its graduates working in prominent semiconductor companies all over the globe. Patrick Chan ’10 is one of those graduates. He is a process engineer with Tokyo Electron Ltd., based in Malta, N.Y., just north of Albany. He had industry and corporate experience before coming to RIT, working as an electrical engineer at Xerox and Kodak.