July 28, 2014
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One cool thing about blogging is the fact that it gives any individual the chance to say what’s on their mind. And today, I have a few things on mine. 1.) I am going to miss University News Services. I’m a co-op student writer, and this is my last quarter. The team here is close-knit more »

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RIT in the news: Shooting for the stars!

The discovery of dusty disks—the building blocks of planets—around two of the most massive stars known suggests that planets might form and survive in surprisingly hostile environments. Say what?! Okay, I know, this is heady stuff, but a recent string of galactic discoveries coming out of RIT’s Chester F. Carlson Center for Imaging Science has more »

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Star News Takes Off Globally

About a month ago, we reported that RIT researchers were making international news in astronomy (black holes and the Milky Way). Our “Star” faculty are at it again: Congratulations to RIT Professor Joel Kastner (Chester F. Carlson Center for Imaging Science) for his work with NASA and leading a team studying mega stars. His story more »

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RIT in the News: The AP Jackpot

Okay, I realize we cite him a lot, but bare with me. Eugene Fram, the J. Warren McClure Research Professor in RIT’s College of Business, is still the King of ProfNet. ProfNet, you ask? ProfNet is a service we subscribe to at University News where journalists from across the country contact us, and other university more »

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RIT in the News (U.S. News!)

One of the rewarding aspects of life at University News is the opportunity to help RIT receive wide ranging media exposure, especially when it comes in a major national publication. Our campus is home to a variety of remarkable experts, many of whom enjoying sharing their informed perspectives when media comes calling. Ron Hira, professor more »

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Connecting all over the place

Take a look at the folks with the PDA cell phone / pocket PC/ laptop computer in your next seminar / class / meeting. What do you think they’re doing on those backlit screens? Are they searching the web for info pertaining to the subject at hand? Are they bringing up the agenda that was more »

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