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Worth Noting

Saturday, December 2
   Big Shot photo, Liberty Pole, downtown Rochester

Thursday, December 7
   Gannett Lecture Series: "Democracy and Big Business," Ralph Nader, Ingle Auditorium

Saturday, March 10
   Big Shot photo, Alamo, San Antonio, Texas

Friday, March 23
   Israeli jazz violinist Miri Ben-Ari, Ingle Auditorium

Thursday, May 3
Gannett Lecture Series: "A Map to The Next World," poet Joy Harjo

Friday, May 25 and Saturday, May 26
   Convocation and Commencement, RIT campus

Friday, October 12 through Sunday, October 14
   Reunion 2001 and Brick City Festival, RIT campus

Alumni Education

The one tie that every alum has to RIT is his or her education. The Office of Alumni Relations offers a series of programs to bridge that experience to your life as a graduate. Take advantage of these wonderful programs!

Some of our future programs include:

Chandra X-Ray Observatory -- Part II: Since its Launch: Because more than 500 alumni came last year to the first installment of this presentation, which featured RIT's ties to the engineering feats involved in the creation of this technological marvel, Alumni University decided to present "Part II: Since Its Launch." On Dec. 6, alumni and their families are welcome to come to RIT to hear about Chandra's progress and see images returned by the telescope. RIT professor and NASA consultant Joel Kastner will present.

AU Online: This virtual library is a wonderful resource! Faculty, staff and alumni are welcome to contribute or participate in this free online program. Register at www.rit.edu/UR/AL/alumni.

If you are interested in participating or facilitating any of these programs, please contact Christina Mancini at (716) 475-4975 or via email at cmmalum@rit.edu.