An old saying from top-40 radio, the phase in my headline applies as well to RIT news placements—“hits,” as we term them—in The Wall Street Journal.
Three weeks ago, I wrote about RIT getting three hits within a few days of each other in The Wall Street Journal. Well, chalk up another one. RIT public policy professor and job outsourcing expert Ron Hira recently took part in a one-on-one online debate, on WSJ.com, with an executive from Oracle Corp. about foreign-worker visas. You can hear some of Dr. Hira’s remarks on this week’s “Dateline: RIT – The Podcast.”
You’ll also hear comments from Frank Romano, professor emeritus from RIT’s College of Imaging Arts and Sciences, about a new Kodak-Xerox rivalry in the realm of digital printing, as well as his thoughts on how it affects the industry’s future. Dr. Romano was quoted in The Wall Street Journal article, “When Neighbors Become Rivals.” Hear him, plus John Follaco, Bob Finnerty and Vienna Carvalho with more RIT news and News & Events highlights, on the pod.
Have a great weekend!