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A. Sue Weisler

RIT/NTID student Scott Farrell won three medals at the Deaf International Short Course Swimming Championships held Jan. 14-18 at RIT.

As students and faculty return to campus for spring semester, here is a look at what happened around RIT during intersession:

Overseas college renamed RIT Croatia
American College of Management and Technology, founded in 1995, is now officially named RIT Croatia.
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Astronaut visits Center for Imaging Science
NASA astronaut Donald Pettit stopped by RIT’s Chester F. Carlson Center for Imaging Science while in town to learn about imaging the sun from the International Space Station.
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Saunders College climbs in ‘U.S. News’ rankings
Saunders College of Business ranked No. 35 of schools listed in U.S. News & World Report’s Best Online Graduate Business Programs for 2014, rising from No. 41 last year.
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Graduate’s photo reunites missing man with family
Jacquelyn Martin’s photo of a homeless man in Washington, D.C., led to a reunion with the man’s Rochester-area family—and it’s not the first time her photos reunited a family.
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RIT, Taiwanese university offer BS/MS program
RIT and the National Taiwan University of Science and Technology are partnering on a joint degree program in electronic and computer engineering, electrical engineering and computer science. Students would study for three years in Taiwan and two years at RIT.
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Students engineer robotic chimes
Armed with a mixed box of parts and equipment, teams of students from an engineering design tools course designed robotic chimes programmed to play recognizable songs.
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Bevier Gallery displays young students’ best art
The Rochester-Finger Lakes Middle and High School Art Exhibition opens Jan. 31 at RIT with an awards ceremony and reception.
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A. Sue Weisler

RIT/NTID student Scott Farrell won three medals at the Deaf International Short Course Swimming Championships held Jan. 14-18 at RIT.

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A. Sue Weisler

The Kelmscott/Goudy Albion iron hand press No. 6551 was delivered to RIT’s Cary Graphic Arts Collection on Jan. 13.

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A. Sue Weisler

U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer, D-N.Y., came to RIT Jan. 21 to talk about the recently signed Ombinus bill that included $66.29 million for NTID.