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RIT students prepare for largest University-Wide Career Fair

2 Oct

RIT students in professional attire line up to sepak to employers at Career Fair.

Nearly 270 employing organizations from 30 states seeking Rochester Institute of Technology students and graduates are attending the 2018 Fall University-Wide Career Fair on October 3, 2018. It will be the largest career fair RIT has hosted in its 17 years of hosting career fairs.

The fair is open to current RIT students and alumni. The event allows them to meet with prospective employers to explore career opportunities for internship, cooperative education and entry- or experienced-level positions.

RIT’s cooperative education model is one of the oldest and largest in the country. More than half of the students participating in co-op will go to work for one of their co-op employers upon graduation, said Maria Richart, director of RIT’s Office of Career Services and Cooperative Education. Richart added the turnout is a clear reflection of the continued strong demand for the outstanding student talent RIT produces. More.

RIT’s Big Shot illuminates Old Fort Niagara

1 Oct

Old Fort Niagara, a French castle, is shown illuminated with light in evening with colonial soldiers and a cannon in foreground.

The opportunity to “paint light” on a historic fortress drew more than 800 hundred people to Old Fort Niagara to help make the annual Rochester Institute of Technology’s nighttime Big Shot photograph a picturesque success.

The volunteers, including 72 RIT students who traveled to the Canadian border from RIT’s campus, and more than 100 alumni, provided the primary light source for the Big Shot image while RIT photographers shot an extended exposure with Old Fort Niagara nearly completely darkened. More.

RIT/NTID student-athlete serves as brilliant leader of RIT women’s soccer team

21 Sep

Three individual photos of a woman soccer player with long blonde hair.

Captain. Leader. Communicator. All are attributes and qualities that describe junior forward Mia White (Littleton, Colorado/Rocky Mountain Deaf School) of the No. 15 RIT women’s soccer team. White has played an integral role for the Tigers, appearing in all 41 games since joining the team as a freshman in 2016. White, who is deaf, is one of the most effective communicators on the team. She goes the extra mile to make connections with her teammates, which has helped fuel RIT’s success. More.

RIT announces 2018-2019 theatrical season

18 Sep

NTID's stage production of

Four performances presenting an array of cultural, political and social issues are part of a new collaborative season by Rochester Institute of Technology’s National Technical Institute for the Deaf Performing Arts program and RIT’s College of Liberal Arts Theater Arts program. The productions will give students the opportunity to work in a deaf and hearing cast and crew that promotes diversity, inclusion and respect for different cultures and perspectives. All four productions are planned to be fully accessible for deaf, hard-of-hearing and hearing audiences. More.

RIT recognized for diversity and inclusion efforts

17 Sep

Gold graduation cap with blue triangle. Text reads Insight into Diversity. Higher Education Excellence in Diversity Award 2018.

Rochester Institute of Technology’s work to establish a diverse and inclusive environment earned two awards from national organizations this fall. For the second year in a row, RIT is being honored as an institution committed to diversity for 2018 by Minority Access, Inc. RIT also is receiving a Higher Education Excellence in Diversity (HEED) Award from “INSIGHT into Diversity” magazine for the fifth consecutive year. More.