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RIT—An exciting place to be Inside N&E

As I was wrapping up this most recent issue of News & Events and trying to come up with a topic for this week’s blog, it became even more clear to me that RIT really is an exciting place to work and for some, live. Not news to many of you, I’m sure, but once in a while, it’s nice to sit back and look at all of the great things that we as a university community have accomplished, and what fascinating things lie ahead.

The next issue, which hits the stands Sept. 21, is filled with tremendous examples that reinforce my claim.

We feature news of B. Thomas Golisano’s $10 million commitment to the sustainability institute that bears his name; the dedication of the new multi-million dollar research wing of the Kate Gleason College of Engineering’s James E. Gleason Building; our new president’s endeavor to spotlight RIT’s creativity and innovative spirit with the announcement of the appropriately named Innovation and Creativity Festival; a team of astrophysicists building a massive supercomputer to generate dynamic space simulations—yes, this is all in one issue. See what I mean?

There’s plenty more, but I wouldn’t want to give everything away just yet. This issue is a good one—enjoy.

 

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