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RIT points of pride

19 Jan

A world leader in education and access for deaf and hard-of-hearing students.

Rochester Institute of Technology is emerging as one of the world’s most innovative, agile, diverse and forward-thinking universities. At RIT, we forge greatness by being different. We are a world leader in education and access for deaf and hard-of-hearing students. We have students who improve HIV medications in Africa, conduct remote sensing on volcanoes in Iceland, help select the Mars 2020 rover landing site, and win national cyber-defense competitions. And we have faculty who invent wearable technologies that protect soldiers, who work on the nation’s top advanced manufacturing initiatives, and are named U.S. Professor of the Year.

This is just a start. Check out the RIT Points of Pride website.

2015 Grad Skip Flanagan Signs Professional Contract

30 Jun

Former RIT baseball standout, 2015 graduate Skip Flanagan (Framingham, MA/Bishop Feehan), signed a professional contract on June 10 with the Old Orchard Beach Surge for their inaugural season in the newly formed North Country Baseball League (NCBL). more

RIT Men’s Lacrosse Falls to Tufts in Semifinals

20 May

Photo by: Jenn March

Photo by: Jenn March

For the second straight season, the top-ranked men’s lacrosse team had its undefeated season end in the NCAA Division III Semifinals by No. 5 Tufts University. The RIT Tigers fell to the Jumbos 19-12 in front of a packed house at RIT. More.

RIT Men’s Lacrosse Falls to Tufts in Semifinals

19 May

Photo by: Jenn March

Photo by: Jenn March

For the second straight season, the top-ranked men’s lacrosse team had its undefeated season end in the NCAA Division III Semifinals by No. 5 Tufts University. The RIT Tigers fell to the Jumbos 19-12 in front of a packed house at RIT. More.

No.1 RIT Men’s Lacrosse Heads to Semifinals

14 May

The top-ranked RIT men’s lacrosse team defeated No. 10 Cortland in the NCAA Quarterfinal on Wed., May 13. The RIT Tigers now advance to the semifinals for the third straight season and will face defending national champion Tufts University on Sun., May 17 at RIT Tiger Stadium. RIT set a record by winning its 21st straight game and is 41-1 over the last two seasons. More.