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When Rochester Institute of Technology left downtown Rochester and opened its new Henrietta campus in 1968, it laid the foundation for tremendous growth. To celebrate the modern campus's 50th anniversary, a new book by RIT Press details its planning and construction coupled with an extensive photographic survey of its innovative architecture. Transforming...
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dt ogilvie, Distinguished Professor of Urban Entrepreneurship at Rochester Institute of Technology's Saunders College of Business, has been given the Trailblazer Award by The PhD Project Management Doctoral Student Association. According to The PhD Project, ogilvie was selected for the award based upon her scholarly contribution to the field of management...
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Seats remain for the upcoming seminar "D-Wave Systems and Quantum Computing" taking place from 9 a.m. to noon on Thursday, Sept. 20, in RIT's Campus Center, Bamboo Room (2650). Leading the seminar is Robert "Bo" Ewald, president of D-Wave Computing's global business and a member of the White House Information technology...
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U.S. Army Gen. Stephen R. Lyons '83 (criminal justice) took over U.S. Transportation Command at Scott Air Force Base in August, becoming the first Army officer to lead the global combatant command.   As the 13th USTRANSCOM commander, Lyons leads more than 144,000 logistics and transportation professionals. Lyons was promoted to the rank of...
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Four performances on diverse topics such as a cabaret in Nazi Germany, the bitterness resulting from racial discrimination in baseball, a dance production using sign language and poetry to address children's challenges and equality, and the earth's post-apocalyptic future are part of a new collaborative season by Rochester Institute of Technology's...
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WITR-FM (89.7) presents Ask Munson, featuring RIT's president taking listener questions live at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday. To ask a question, tweet @WITR897 using #askmunson. This is the first in a quarterly series of live radio shows this academic year. You can also follow President Munson on Twitter: @RITPresident....
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Photojournalism plays a major role in social justice movements, and Rochester Institute of Technology faculty and alumni have developed an expansive multimedia project to show how. "Whose Streets? Our Streets!" features the work of 37 independent photographers who documented protests, demonstrations and conflicts on the streets of New York City from...
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