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RIT Named a ‘Best Value’ Private University

19 Dec

Photo by: A. Sue Weisler

Photo by: A. Sue Weisler

Kiplinger’s Personal Finance ranks RIT on its annual list of private universities and liberal arts colleges that provide high-quality academics at a reasonable cost. More.

RIT’s Medical Program Matures to Fill National Need

4 Dec

RIT's physician assistant class of 2016 is the first to go through the five-year B.S./M.S. degree and represents a new phase of the Physician Assistant program at RIT. The cohort class is training to be nationally certified, state-licensed medical professionals who practice medicine on health-care teams with physicians and other providers. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics ranks physician assistants as the 13th fastest-growing occupation in the country, with faster-than-average increases expected to reach 38 percent by 2022. The median annual wage as of 2012 was $90,930. More.

 

 

 

 

RIT Building New Clinical Health Sciences Center

2 Dec

RIT is building a new Clinical Health Sciences Center, which will significantly expand RIT's College of Health Sciences and Technology. More.

 

 

NTID Annual Job Fair Connects Students With Employers

4 Nov

Representatives from more than 40 local, national and international companies met with hundreds of deaf and hard-of-hearing students seeking co-ops or permanent jobs upon graduation at the 14th annual NTID Job Fair. More.

RIT/NTID Deaf Studies Archive is World Renowned

25 Oct

RIT/NTID's Deaf Studies Archive housed in RIT's Wallace Center has been used by students on campus as well as researchers around the world who seek information in researching deaf history. It contains artwork, publications, photographs and other historical pieces that document and illuminate the deaf community.More.