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Dateline: RIT e-newsletter highlights

See your e-mail inbox for the March edition of Dateline: RIT. This month’s e-newsletter features a whopping three “news hits” that appeared within a few days of one another in The Wall Street Journal, along with other news placements. Getting mentioned in WSJ every so often is a huge accomplishment; receiving three mentions in a more »

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‘Dateline: RIT – The Podcast’ highlights

‘Comings and goings’ on “Dateline: RIT – The Podcast” this week, as RIT experts discuss jobs going overseas . . . and students coming home (and returning to college). RIT public policy professor and job outsourcing expert Ron Hira, author of Outsourcing America, was quoted in two BusinessWeek articles and in The Manufacturer—all on the more »

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‘Dateline: RIT – The Podcast’ highlights

On “Dateline: RIT – The Podcast” this week, RIT marketing professors Neil Hair and Gene Fram give their takes on the popular Web site RateMyProfessors.com, where students can anonymously rate professors on qualities such as levels of clarity, “easiness,” helpfulness and, yes, even “hotness” (with red-hot chili pepper icons signifying “hot” professors). Raters may also more »

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Dateline: RIT e-newsletter highlights

Dateline RIT e-newsletter subscribers, Check your e-mail inbox for the February edition of RIT University News Services’ e-newsletter, Dateline: RIT. This month’s issue features news placements from the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, The Christian Science Monitor, Entrepreneur magazine and other publications. Plus, you’ll find links to the most recent episodes of “Dateline: RIT – The Podcast,” campus more »

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State of the Union: RIT students react

One week ago, President George W. Bush was preparing to make a historic address to the United States Congress. Not only would it be the first State of the Union address Bush had to deliver to a Democratic Congress, but the first time a female speaker of the House of Representatives ever presided over a more »

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‘Dateline: RIT – The Podcast’ highlights

A failing grade for BusinessWeek . . . and lawmakers logging on. On “Dateline: RIT – The Podcast” this week, RIT economics professor Thomas Hopkins gives a lesson in Economics 101 about supply-and-demand price elasticity pertaining to healthcare costs. Dr. Hopkins wrote a letter, appearing in the Jan. 29 edition of BusinessWeek, taking the magazine more »

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