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RIT/NTID researchers study safety of electronic cigarette flavorings

8 Feb

RIT/NTID part of team studying effects of flavorings used in e-cigarettes.

RIT/NTID faculty and student researchers are developing methods to analyze the effects of flavorings used in electronic cigarettes. In partnership with RIT’s Kate Gleason College of Engineering and the University of Rochester Medical Center, RIT/NTID, the world’s first and largest technological college for deaf and hard-of-hearing students, is part of the team that has received a grant from the National Institutes of Health to conduct the study. More.

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.

A Passion for Business and Technology

8 Dec

A Passion for Business and Tehnology

RIT’s strong focus on management information systems and successful job placement rate motivated Patrick Seypura to enroll and succeed. More

Meet the NTID Student Ambassadors

30 Nov

Photo by: Mark Benjamin

Wonder what it’s like to be a student at RIT/NTID? What classes are like? What you can do on campus? You probably have a lot of questions about college, and our student ambassadors are here to help answer them!

Our ambassadors work closely with the NTID Office of Admissions and are the students you will see giving campus tours and participating in open houses. All lead busy lives inside and outside the classroom. Meet these students and follow their blogs and get insight on what it’s truly like to be a student at RIT/NTID.

Motivated to Succeed

3 Nov

Motivated to Succeed

Kim Hoang’s co-op at Eagle Ridge Institute provided her with work experience in her field. She hopes eventually to teach Graphic Design and feels confident she has the skills and is well-prepared for that career. More