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Eye of the Tiger in winter sports

It was a historic winter season for RIT athletics. Here is a recap. RIT was picked to finish eighth in the Atlantic Hockey Association pre-season poll. The Tigers were the new kids on the block, having made the jump from Division I to Division III the season before. Attention Atlantic Hockey: The Tigers arrived in more »

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A new president at RIT

For all our loyal blog readers at the Tiger Beat, we wanted you to be among the first to know about RIT’s new president. Here is a memo from Board Chairman Michael Morley that just went out to the RIT community. TO: RIT Community FROM: Michael P. Morley, Chairman of the Board of Trustees SUBJECT: more »

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RIT offers a selective ‘spectrum’ of Ph.D. programs

Our school colors may be orange and brown, but RIT is arguably one of the most colorful universities in the world. RIT will offer a new doctoral degree in color science this fall, the only one of its kind in the nation. The program is an extension of the existing graduate program in color science more »

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Attention Atlantic Hockey…the Tigers have arrived!

It was hot. It was July. The Yankees and Red Sox were slugging it out (and it was clear neither team had any championship pitching)….And we were talking hockey – RIT hockey. The summer months are a busy time for RIT Sports Information, led by Director Steve Jaynes and Associate Director Joe Venniro. Sure, all more »

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The creation of a new Web site

Bookmark this: University News has launched a new Web site. We rebuilt the University News site so that it prominently showcases academic news (e.g. research, scholarship, science, technology), while featuring new media tools such as this blog, podcasts, videocasts and RSS (online subscription) feeds. We first began talking about a new Web site in the more »

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Hanging out with the Rockefellers for PBS

When I grow up, I want to hang out with the Rockefellers. I was able to do that, sort of, the past few days at the Rockefeller family estate along the Hudson River in Tarrytown, N.Y. I was invited to the Rockefeller estate by PBS’ MacNeil/Lehrer Productions to discuss a special project that RIT has more »

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