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Sustainability At RIT

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Imagine RIT
Imagine RIT: Innovation and Creativity Festival is a campus-wide event that showcases the innovative and creative spirit of RIT students, faculty and staff. Visitors experience the breadth and depth of RIT through interactive presentations, hands-on demonstrations, exhibitions, and research projects set up throughout campus. More
Indigenous Arts and Sciences Coalition at Ganondagan
The Indigenous Arts and Sciences Coalition is a collaboration between RIT, Gonondagan State Historic Site and Friends of Gonondagan with a focus on preserving Indigenous Knowledge.  Through this relationship RIT is able to conduct field research at Ganondagan. Future Steward Scholars have the opportunity to become involved with research projects related to: Controlling Invasive Plant Species and Restoring Native Grass Seed. In addition, thanks to support from the Office of the President of RIT we have initiated the "Iroquois White Corn Project". More
University/Community Partnerships
The mission of the partnership is to support and propel the implementation of the NENA Strategic Neighborhood Action Plan while broadening and deepening the education experience for RIT Students. More
RIT Leadership Institute & Community Service Center
The RIT Leadership Institute & Community Service Center assists students in developing critical leadership skills for personal and career success and encourages them to become civic minded, contributing members of society, by partnering with key faculty, staff and administrative units, alumnae, trustees, as well as community leaders and organizations. More
Rochester City Scholars
Rochester City Scholars Program provides scholarships covering full tuition for eligible students admitted to Rochester Institute of Technology.  Students who have lived in the Rochester City School District for three years and attended a city high school during that period are eligible for the Rochester City Scholars Program. Students must be accepted to RIT for full-time enrollment in any of the university's baccalaureate programs, and family income must not exceed $60,000. More
WE @ RIT K-12 Programs
Engineering students, staff, and faculty lead our various educational experiences while helping participants examine the multi-disciplinary engineering aspects of different types of projects. Therefore, our sessions provide an opportunity for girls and young women to interact with female engineering faculty and female engineering students in a fun and comfortable environment. More