In the News
- Replacing Simone a Tall Order: President Simone announces his retirement plans for mid-2006, Democrat and Chronicle, May 18, 2006.
- Add to Women, People of Color, in Math, Science and Engineering. Democrat and Chronicle Speaking Out essay, March 22, 2006.
- Our schools: N.Y. is investing in building colleges, building economy. Democrat and Chronicle, April, 28, 2005: Dr. Simone extols the benefits of New York’s new Higher Education Capital Facilities Matching Grant Program.
- Note to Harvard President: Women can do science. Democrat and Chronicle, Jan. 28, 2005. President Simone examines the need for women in science and technology fields.
- Tigers go big time. RIT moves to Division I in menís hockey. Democrat and Chronicle, Dec. 16, 2004. The RIT hockey team joins the Atlantic Hockey Association.
- RIT president believes time for Sox is now, featuring President Albert Simone, Democrat & Chronicle, Oct. 23, 2004. President Simone, a Boston native, is a Red Sox fan who keeps the faith.
- We need to keep the fast ferry afloat, National Post, Toronto, Sept. 28, 2004. President Simone supports the ferry as a wonderful tool for economic development.
- RIT sets goal of more research, Democrat & Chronicle, Sept. 19, 2004. The Democrat & Chronicle examines RIT's new strategic plan.
- Editorial: RIT prepares a bold vision for the future, Democrat & Chronicle, Sept. 14, 2004. A Democrat & Chronicle editorial supports RIT's ambitious strategic plan.
- Transforming RIT (May 2, 2004, Democrat and Chronicle) The Rochester Democrat and Chronicle publishes a “High Profile” feature on President Simone. “President Simone aims to give school nationwide reputation by expanding campus and adding programs.”
- Supply state funds to build up colleges and upstate economy (March 11, 2004, Democrat and Chronicle) A Speaking Out piece written for the Democrat and Chronicle by President Simone on the topic of state funds for construction.
- President Simone honored by Rochester Business Journal (November, 2003, Rochester Business Journal) Rochester Business Journal's "Fifty Over 50" awards recognized President Simone on Nov. 21, 2003. The award recognized 50 seasoned professionals who have made significant contributions to the success of their organization and have had an impact on the Greater Rochester Community.
- Longtime Kodak-RIT team will route economic worries (October 9, 2003, Democrat and Chronicle) On a day when Eastman Kodak Co. and RIT celebrated a partnership that dates back more than 100 years, President Simone also outlines how the two institutions will collaborate for future success.
- Racial and ethnic diversity enriches campus experience (June 26, 2003, Democrat and Chronicle) President Simones reaction to the U.S. Supreme Court decision related to Affirmative Action at the University of Michigan.
- No Excuses at RIT (November 11, 2002, Democrat and Chronicle) A Rochester Democrat and Chronicle editorial states that diversity efforts are clearly making a huge difference at RIT.
- RIT's New Mission (September 30, 2002, Democrat and Chronicle) A Rochester Democrat and Chronicle editorial states RIT is clearly on its way to joining the top tier of the nations universities.
- Community Must Focus to Keep Graduates in Area (August 7, 2002, Democrat and Chronicle) President Simone describes why Rochester business leaders must focus on keeping graduates in the area.
- If N.Y. invests in student aid, economy will reap the benefits (Democrat and Chronicle) President Simone and St. John Fisher President Katherine Keough describe why student financial aid is important for the Rochester and New York economy.
- Crossword (Democrat and Chronicle) Whats the name of a renowned technology school in New York? Hint: It has 3 letters and a vowel in the middle.
- President Simone to retire in mid-2007 (May 17, 2006)
- Simone honored with RBJ "50 over 50" award (November 20, 2003)
- Albert Paleys Sculpture on the Rise at RIT (July 3, 2003)
- Boy Scouts name RIT President Dr. Albert J. Simone Citizen of the Year (June 25, 2003)
- RIT Celebrates Dedication of the B. Thomas Golisano College (May 2, 2003)
- RIT Formally Dedicates New Heidelberg Web Press Laboratory (April 25, 2003)