Gordon started Optic Sky, an animation company, after graduating from RIT with a degree in film. He helps develop new talent by inviting RIT students to work on his production crews.
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.
It might be just a stool, but it represents more than reaching equipment in the Machine Shop. It’s a symbol of the heightened awareness and inclusivity of women in engineering at RIT. After graduation, Kosak wants to influence change by helping women pursue careers in engineering.
Merging Past and Present
3D Digital Design
RIT's Cary Graphics Art Collection allows students to view printing styles and graphic art from thousands of years ago. In order to preserve these artifacts, Klibanow is working with other students and faculty to create a virtual viewing experience.
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.
Despite rainy weather that moved the annual Tiger Walk indoors, the newest students at RIT and their families today attended the fall convocation in the Gordon Field House, where they were told to welcome new experiences offered to them, pursue their dreams and change 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.
Hey, new Tigers...you look awesome! #RITOrientation #RIT#TigerPride
Class photo captured by Evan Maloney
Paul Fowler CET '18: Land surveillance and letter outline
Bruce Teuscher: Lift assistance t.co/zfllCmu6FP
Aug 23RIT Retweeted @RITNTID
RT @RITNTID: You're invited! NTID & COLA Performing Arts Fall Open House & BBQ on Thursday, August 29th from 2:30pm-5:30pm at the Fireside Lounge, Student Alumni Union building.
See you there! t.co/wg5owmVVHc
#RITOrientation kicked off early Tuesday with move-in, a resource fair and other activities around campus! Check out this recap video of the day by Orientation videographer Evan P. Maloney. #RITt.co/C2J8VN727S
Aug 22RIT @rittigers
This year, we'll welcome our 10th class of Destler/Johnson Rochester City Scholars and first two Davitt Scholars, @RCSDNYS graduates pursuing advanced degrees. #RITt.co/uqZV9Mb7uE
Aug 22RIT @rittigers
Podcast Debut! In CollegeFluency for Parents, VP of Enrollment Management Ian Mortimer & John Serafine discuss the responsibilities of students, parents, guidance professionals & university staff in the college admissions process. #college#admissionst.co/wCTyzTma5F
RT @RITBehindBricks: Welcome new students!
If you haven't already, make sure to visit the Digital Den (located in Monroe Hall) before Orientation Week is over to enter for a chance to win AirPods! t.co/ukgCOqbWAx