As outreach coordinator for Sunshine 2.0, a theater group at RIT's National Institute for the Deaf, Beam and his troupe provide performances and activities for deaf and hard-of-hearing children and adults that highlight the fields of deaf culture, literacy, and STEM.
Education: A Powerful Tool for Sustainability
Liz 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.
Advancing the Success of Women
As head of public relations for Women in Computing, McHale strives to organize professional opportunities for its members, advancing women's experience in computing majors and giving back to a club that has given her so much.
The nutrition is an ever-changing field where knowledge is always evolving. Professor Ruder enjoys watching her students question what they know as they use hands-on experiences to contribute to future nutritional guidelines.
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.
The newly-discovered dark dwarf galaxy Antlia 2’s collision with the Milky Way may be responsible for our galaxy’s characteristic ripples in its outer disc, according to a study led by Assistant Professor Sukanya Chakrabarti. The Antlia 2 dwarf galaxy was discovered from the second data release of the European Space Agency’s Gaia mission, which aims to chart a three-dimensional map of our galaxy.
RIT Racing and teams from Brazil, Venezuela, Mexico, Canada, India and the United States will field race cars, built by student-engineers, and test them on a track that will challenge not only the durability of the cars but the problem-solving capabilities of the teams during the 2019 Baja SAE Rochester World Challenge June 6-9.
RIT researchers are studying the genetic switch that could make cattle resistant to the wasting disease known as “sleeping sickness.” Bolaji Thomas, professor of biomedical sciences in RIT’s College of Health Sciences and Technology, is examining different immune responses to bovine trypanosomiasis within the same species of cattle in Nigeria.
Faculty and student researchers at #RIT, and physicians from @ROCRegional, have developed a non-invasive process using infrared imaging to better detect hard-to-find breast cancer tumors. t.co/iRpob5grHy
Jun 24RIT @rittigers
#RIT China celebrated its first commencement ceremony on Sunday, honoring 103 graduates. Courses are jointly offered by @RITbusiness and the Beijing Jiatong University (BJTU) School of Economics and Management. Congrats to all of the graduates! #RITGrad : Eli Liang t.co/CygAzuF0Rp
#RIT scientists are getting a grant from @NYSDEC to use street view imagery and artificial intelligence to make tracking the spread of invasive plant species along roads more manageable. t.co/cFRfoiOfAG
Jun 24RIT Retweeted @scottbureau
RT @scottbureau: RIT professors are proposing the concept of Integrated Human-Machine Intelligence for the @NSF 2026 Idea Machine contest — Watch their video and comment until June 26 t.co/xeTasKWuoP
For the third consecutive year, wealth management adviser Fern (Grossman) Schwartz '77 (business administration) is featured on the @Forbes list of "America's Top Women Wealth Advisors." #RITt.co/KufGg41yce
Jun 23RIT @rittigers
Want to learn more about RIT from the comfort of your couch? Pop on your VR headset and get immersed in our virtual tour! t.co/a4GBGluAZs#RIT#visit