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Dr. Linda M. Bryant

Linda (LB) has been a faculty member at NTID since 1983 and currently holds the rank of associate professor. She currently teaches in the Department of Liberal Studies. Prior to this role she served as the chair of the NTID Learning Consortium. Previously, from 2004-2010, she served as SVP coordinator and the chair of Career Exploration Studies, both of which positions report through SAS. She holds an EdD in Teaching and Curriculum from the University of Rochester and an MS from Gallaudet University. In addition to her current roles, she has been a leader within the Institute in piloting distance tutoring and on-line course delivery. In 1999, she won the NAG Outstanding Service Award, and the year before that, the Deaf Professionals Group Award of Excellence. She was recently honored as Henrietta Woman of the Year-2012.

Study Abroad

Go Global! Our students are taking advantage of increasing opportunities to study abroad—to travel, learn and get college credit for it. RIT/NTID faculty are leading trips abroad and so far have taken groups of students last summer to Italy to study photography.

Spring semester will offer an International Studies Seminar in Costa Rica.There students will be able to enjoy experiences of different cultures and have time to complete related student projects during fall semester 2014, earning 3 credit hours. They will interact with the Deaf community: visit schools, organizations for the deaf and engage in discussions with leaders. Visiting the rain forest, beaches, waterfalls, cloud forest and volcanoes will add to their study of biodiversity in Costa Rica. If your student is interested in study abroad, contact Dr. Denise Kavin at dskpen@rit.edu or 585-475-4661(TTY) or 585-286-5244 (videophone).