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The Shore Foundation, co-founded by fifth-year computing security student Josh Geise, refurbishes and donates computers for those in need. Geise has been interested in computer refurbishment since he was in high school and participated in the Virginia Star Students Working to Advance Technologies program in his hometown of Dumfries, Va. When...
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Two exhibits running simultaneously at the Joseph F. and Helen C. Dyer Arts Center at Rochester Institute of Technology's National Technical Institute for the Deaf have a central theme of connecting Rochester's deaf and hearing artistic communities. Open through Dec. 15, "Cultivating Connections: Growing Communities in the Flower City" showcases artwork representing...
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RIT recognized four people with the Golden Brick Award at the Faculty and Staff Alumni Breakfast and Golden Brick Awards Ceremony this morning. The awards honor faculty and staff alumni who have gone above and beyond their duties to volunteer on campus or serve in volunteer leadership roles for RIT, said Jon...
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Saunders College of Business at Rochester Institute of Technology is ranked eighth in Princeton Review's "Top 25 Online MBA Programs for 2019." The college ranking remains strong with Saunders College earning Top 10 placements the past four years since the inception of the Princeton Review's comprehensive rankings of online MBA program in...
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Tourist locations are hardest hit during natural disasters, but also provide significant, and often unheralded, resources during recovery efforts. A research group at Rochester Institute of Technology is measuring those efforts and the value of the contributions hotel and lodging sector personnel and facilities provide during times of crisis, beyond basic shelter....
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The unique blend of deaf, hard-of-hearing and hearing students performing on stage together will guarantee theater-goers a one-of-a-kind experience at the debut of the Tony-award winning classic Cabaret at Rochester Institute of Technology. The performance of the hit musical will run in Panara Theatre in Lyndon Baines Johnson Hall, at RIT's...
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RIT researchers have a full plate when it comes to identifying creative and innovative ways to mitigate food waste. The stakes are tremendous. Faced with a growing world population and a shrinking pool of natural resources, the world today faces an unprecedented challenge to provide a resilient food supply-made even more complex...
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