Moore is researching nanomaterials and their use in clean energy technologies. She’s sharing this knowledge with future generations, who have the power to impact the environment.
Trading gloves and helmets for a monitor and a mouse has ushered in a new era in sports: competitive, organized gaming. By mirroring professional eSports, the RIT eSports team pursues competitive gaming at the highest possible level, rivaling the excitement of traditional sports teams.
Headed to Google
New Media Design
The skills Lung learned in the new media design major prepared her for an internship at Google. This career-related work experience, which turned into a full-time job, is just one of the ways experiential learning shapes a student’s future.
A Part of Something Bigger
Computer Engineering Technology
For Hedger, giving back is a special part of the RIT community that lets her impact the world, one service project at a time.
RIT is one of the top universities in the nation working at the intersection of technology, the arts and design. We are a university that is shaping the future and improving the world through creativity and innovation … We put a high value on bringing goodness to the world.
More than 4,300 first-year, transfer and graduate students were expected and were greeted by more than 200 RIT student orientation leaders who helped families unload cars, put belongings in carts and wheel them to their rooms during Move-in Day today.
Lou Spiotti Jr. will begin his 40th season as executive director of Intercollegiate Athletics at RIT this fall. He is one of a few directors in all of college athletics—Division I, II and III—to serve in that position for 40 years.
Fiona Ma ’88 (accounting), California State Treasurer, who attended RIT for its CPA-specific accounting tract, the co-op program and an opportunity to play varsity tennis, has built a career out of championing the underdog.
Journalist Anderson Cooper, anchor of CNN’s Anderson Cooper 360° and a correspondent for CBS’s 60 Minutes, will be the Student Government Distinguished Speaker at Brick City Homecoming & Family Weekend, Oct. 18-20. The weekend typically draws 17,000 participants to RIT’s campus and the Rochester area and features more than 100 events during three days.
Our newest Tigers have had a busy #RITOrientation week, with move-in, Tiger Walk and Fall Convocation! We're welcoming more than 4,300 first-year, transfer and graduate students to the #RIT community in 2019. t.co/Wewv3beG4i
New Tigers, are you wondering what there is to do on campus and in #ROC? Wonder no more. @RITPresident and his wife, Nancy, have put together a helpful guide...with a touch of 80's style. #RITt.co/XPjMjM6Nym
Aug 21RIT @rittigers
“Now that you have your dream written down and folded into a plane, I want you to let your innovative and creative spirit soar by letting your dream fly.” @RITProvost#RITt.co/S6JXj82ah8
Aug 21RIT Retweeted @RITProvost
RT @RITProvost: To our new students, I am delighted that you have chosen RIT for your journey into higher education. It is one that will change your life, and one that we are excited to travel with you. t.co/CIv6EYSPVZ
Aug 21RIT @rittigers
.@RITPresident gives the advice: Ask questions. Ask why. Use your time at #RIT to nurture your intellectual curiosity.