Daniel Latimer has collected as many skills and lab techniques as possible in his “tool belt” so he is prepared for the next step on his path to a Ph.D. More
Two projects featured at the Imagine RIT Innovation + Creativity Festival in May are mentioned in this blog about RIT's Effective Access Technology Conference. More
Encourage your science students to check out the new website for information available detailing the partnership between Rochester Institute of Technology and the University of Rochester that helps deaf and hard-of-hearing students pursue graduate degrees in science programs.Continue reading
A new website dedicated to providing centralized information for deaf and hard-of-hearing individuals interested in health care careers is now online to help them explore the possibilities of a health care career, advocacy and the law, job outlooks and access technology available to help them succeed.Continue reading
About 250 companies are registered to participate in the RIT Spring Career Fair 11 am – 4 pm on Wednesday, Feb. 26. Employers will be looking for entry level and experienced employees as well as co-ops and interns. Read more here >>
RIT/NTID hosted a panel presentation about Health Care Career opportunities featuring deaf and hearing role models talking about their experiences in accessing and being successful in health care careers. The purpose of the discussion was to encourage more deaf and hard-of-hearing students to consider careers in health-related majors, a fast-growing career field.