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RIT software engineers: Helping anyone—and their grandfather—use computers

My grandfather thinks I’m a computer genius. He doesn’t know that I use Google to fix most of my computer problems. To find the true computer geniuses, head to RIT’s B. Thomas Golisano College of Computing and Information Sciences. I had the opportunity to see just what those aces are up to at the Software more »

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Živjeli from Croatia

A quick note: This is the seventh and final blog of my visit to RIT’s campuses in the Balkan Region of southeast Europe. You can read all installments at The Tiger Beat . Look for a few videos later this summer, as well as a comprehensive report of the university’s global strategy and direction in more »

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RIT’s pearl along the Adriatic Sea

When you enter the American College of Management and Technology in Dubrovnik, Croatia, you feel right at home. You will find a bookstore selling orange T-shirts. You will find Imagine RIT: Innovation and Creativity Festival posters. You will find a news box with a current edition of Athenaeum. And you will find a version of more »

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American University in Kosovo – A look back in photos

We are wrapping up our trip to RIT’s American University in Kosovo. It has been an eye-opening experience. President Bill Destler, Provost Jeremy Haefner, Jim Myers, associate provost of international education and global programs, and myself will now travel to RIT’s American College of Management and Technology in Dubrovnik, Croatia. Here, we will meet up more »

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Co-op assignment: Rebuild a nation at the Kosovo Innovations Lab

Luis Rosario and Duy Nguyen are helping to rebuild a nation. The RIT students are doing so as part of a UNICEF co-op experience at the Kosovo Innovations Lab in the capital city of Pristina. UNICEF created the Kosovo Innovations Lab in November 2010 to create positive social change for Kosovo’s youth. With a median more »

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Youth power in Kosovo

At 45, I am a senior citizen in Kosovo. Kosovo, which declared independence as a sovereign nation in 2008, is also Europe’s youngest country. Median age: 26. You can see it everywhere in the capital city of Pristina. Teens crowd the city sidewalks on their way to school. A common sight: young mothers with four more »

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