Julie Goodsell (left) and Tara Rosa ’01 are your contacts in the Office of Alumni Relations for regional alumni activities. Don’t hesitate to contact them toll free at 1-866-RIT-ALUM. To learn more about these events and register, go to www.rit.edu/alumniactivities.
Don’t miss the Fourth Annual Alumni Day at the Races. This year the chapter is hosting a luxury suite for the popular Travers’ Day Race on Saturday, Aug. 26. James Watters, RIT’s senior vice president, Finance and Administration, will be the chapter’s special guest. Registration is available online.
Gina DiCaprio ’06 is planning an alumni day cruise on Lake George for Saturday, Sept. 9. For more event details and registration, check out the Web site.
Plans are underway for a fall activity. Stay posted to the Web site for more details.
Alumni and friends enjoyed an evening of baseball at Fenway Park on July 14. Special thanks to our host, Pat Ward ’00.
A reception and private tour is planned at the Albright-Knox Gallery on Thursday, Sept. 14. Registration is available at our Web site.
Save the date for Buffalo Bills vs. Miami Dolphins on Sunday, Dec. 17.
Plans are underway for the next chapter event. Stay tuned to the Web site for details!
|Alumni, friends, and CIAS honors students enjoyed an evening with Gale Gand ’81, Executive Pastry Chef at Tru Restaurant in Chicago. Gand provided guests with a private demonstration as she created one of her signature desserts.
Tickets are available for a Chicago Cubs game at Wrigley Field on Tuesday, Aug. 22. Registration is available at our Web site.
Alumni and friends cheered for the Cleveland Indians as they took on the New York Yankees July 3. Special thanks to our host, Al Teufen ’73.
Don’t miss the RIT Men’s Division I Hockey Team when they play the Air Force in Colorado Springs on Saturday, Nov. 4. T.I. ’84 and Kathleen ’84 Weintraub will be your hosts for the evening. More information will be available as the date draws closer.
An alumni dinner focused on wine and food pairing is being planned for Thursday, Sept. 28 with host Anna Lisa Stockwell ’00. Registration will be available online.
Alumni in Ithaca and the surrounding area enjoyed sailing on Seneca Lake in a classic schooner on July 8.
Enjoy a private walking tour of Taughannock Falls State Park on Saturday, Aug. 26. Registration is available on the Web site.
Plans are underway for an event this fall. Check the Web site for details as they become available.
|New York City alumni enjoyed a Rangers game this past April.
|New York City alumni gathered for a private cooking class in February.
New York City
Mike Larson ’93 and Dean Guite ’95 will host the chapter’s evening with the Mets on Thursday, Aug. 24. This was another sell-out event for the New York City Alumni Chapter!
Alumni-priced tickets for the men’s finals at the U.S. Tennis Open on Sunday, Sept.10, sold out in record time this year. This annual chapter activity continues to be a hit!
Northern New Jersey
Plans are underway for an alumni activity in
your area. Stay posted on the Web site for more
Aviva Dubrow ’91 hosted another great chapter outing to see the Phillies play Pittsburgh on July 9.
Save the date: The Alumni Relations Office has secured tickets to “Tutankhamun and the Golden Age of the Pharaohs” at the Franklin Institute, at 1:30 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 17, 2007. This traveling exhibit will only be available in select cities. Mark your calendar today and stay tuned for registration information.
A chapter day cruise is being planned for Saturday, Oct. 21. Information will soon be posted on the Web site.
Alumni and friends enjoyed an evening of baseball as the Pittsburgh Pirates took on the San Francisco Giants July 29.
Alumni enjoyed touring the Carnivore Preservation Trust, which is filled with amazing animals such as tigers and leopards, on July 29. Thank you to hosts Mike ’98 and Suzanne ’98 Pail.
The Alumni Relations Office secured tickets to the “Monet in Normandy” exhibit at the North Carolina Museum of Art for Saturday, Nov. 4. The day will also include lunch.
Plans are also underway for an alumni reception at Carolina Brewery. Event details will be posted on the Web site as the date draws closer.
|Rochester alumni got a pre-opening look at RIT’s new Center for Bioscience Education and Technology.
Despite the unseasonably chilly weather, alumni enjoyed touring Letchworth State Park on June 4. The day included lunch at the famed Glen Iris Inn at the park with host Susan Shanks ’97.
A day trip to Toronto to see the Yankees and the Blue Jays battle it out on July 23 was also part of the summer schedule for Rochester area alumni. Hosts Frank Lucas ’75 and Shirley Murphy ’95 did a great job!
There are many exciting activities planned for this November including: a film screening at the High Falls Film Festival on Wednesday, Nov. 8; the annual Tiger Sports Night madness on Saturday, Nov. 11; and cooking at the New York Wine & Culinary Center later in the month. Stay tuned to the Web site for pricing, registration, and other event details.
The chapter leaders are finalizing details for a behind-the-scenes tour at the San Diego Zoo that will take place this fall. Stay tuned to the Web site for details.
Plans are underway for our next chapter event, which will take place this fall. Stay tuned to the Web site for details.
The chapter will host a cooking class on Thursday, Oct. 26, at Whole Foods Markets. Check the Web site for more information and registration.
Plans are underway for the next chapter event, which will take place this fall. Stay tuned to the Web site for details.
Plans are underway for our next chapter event in the fall. Stay tuned to the Web site for details.
|Alumni and guests in Dallas toured Delaney Vineyards.
|The Washington, D.C., alumni chapter toured the Library of Congress and enjoyed a reception afterward with Bruce James ’64 and RIT Vice President Mary-Beth Cooper.
Alumni in Dallas had the opportunity to purchase discount tickets to the July 1 baseball game with the Texas Rangers and the Houston Astros.
RIT will return to Texas in November with alumni activities in Dallas and Austin. Stay posted to the Web site for event details.
More than 30 alumni and guests participated in the first chapter outing to see the Nationals on July 22. Thank you to host Kevin Sheldon ’02.
Mark your calendar for Sunday, Nov. 12, to tour the International Spy Museum with alumni and guests, followed by a reception at Gordon Biersch Brewery Restaurant. Registration will soon be available online.