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Archive of posts from October, 2011

RIT/NTID students join alumni to make a music video

24 Oct

RIT/NTID alumni Sean Forbes, a rap musician; Matt Hamill, NCAA wrestling champ and former UFC contender; and Adrean Mangiardi, video director, took over the Frisina Quad on RIT’s campus and enlisted student talent to film a music video for “The Hammer,” a movie about Hamill’s life, which was filmed in part on the RIT campus and which will be opening in select theaters nationwide on Oct 27th. Read more.

RIT/NTID breaks ground for new building

19 Oct

More than 100 RIT/NTID students, faculty and staff, alumni and members of the community gathered on October 14, 2011 for the ceremonial ground breaking for Sebastian and Lenore Rosica Hall, a new building that will provide deaf and hard-of-hearing students and faculty with opportunities for research and hands-on learning in innovation and entrepreneurship. Read more.

Annual on-campus job fair attracts hundreds

14 Oct

The 11th annual NTID job fair was held on October 12, 2011. More than 40 prospective employers from all over the country met with several hundred deaf and hard-of-hearing students and graduates seeking co-ops and permanent jobs. Read more.

Tigers’ Season in Review

11 Oct

Take a look back at a season of outstanding achievements in RIT athletics.

Record enrollment for fouth consecutive year

7 Oct

NTID at RIT welcomed a record-breaking 1,547 students this year. This includes students from 49 states and the District of Columbia looking for a career education that will put them on the path to success. This group includes students enrolled in the American Sign Language-English Interpretation program, Master of Science program in Secondary Education, and deaf and hard-of-hearing students in associate, bachelor’s and master’s degree programs. They join nearly 16,000 hearing students at RIT.