A difficult task to accomplish, yet a joy to teach, Kruger enjoys composing for visual mediums. As chair of the Department of Performing Arts and Visual Culture, Krugar focuses on enhancing a scene with music while keeping the audience immersed in the medium.
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.
Relationships Are Key to Success
Jess Sudol '06
VP/Civil Dept. Manager - Passero Associates
Building relationships and honing communication skills are crucial skills for success in any field. Passero Associates has recognized the collaborative nature of RIT students. They continue to hire RIT students and graduates for their dynamic interpersonal skills as well as their knowledge.
Facing Unforeseen Challenges
With a passion to educate, Rogers implements a teaching style that pushes his chemical engineering students to expect the unexpected. As engineers, unforeseen challenges are bound to arise, but preparation is just one way Rogers instills problem-solving skills in his students.
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.
RIT requires all undergraduates on its Rochester campus to complete two wellness courses before they can graduate. There are more than 180 wellness course options, and the goal is for students to appreciate a healthy lifestyle that will last long after they graduate.
The month of November is traditionally a time to think about what you’re thankful for. On Nov. 15, the National Day of Philanthropy, RIT will spend the day celebrating its generous donors during the Day of Thanks.
RIT computing security lecturer Justin Pelletier is back to his regular office hours this semester, after taking part in a six-month-long military tour in Afghanistan earlier this year. As an Army Reserve counterintelligence officer, Pelletier traveled across Afghanistan and was based in the special operations headquarters, helping to assess and counter foreign threats.
Environmental Sustainability, Health and Safety majors watched as a drill rig burrowed into the ground to measure the subsurface for the new makerspace that will connect Wallace Library with the Student Alumni Union. #RITt.co/1u5uOniK1J
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Over 180 unique wellness courses at #RIT have given students a fun way to pursue a healthy lifestyle. Courses vary from traditional indoor cycling, swimming, dance, soccer, and bowling, to stress management and financial fitness. t.co/t5DDlKQLfg
Ali Shahidi '13, the 2019 @ritsois Distinguished Alumnus, is the Chief Innovation and Client Solutions Officer at @SheppardMullin. His first volunteer role was as an office assistant at #RIT's Ombuds Office more than thirty years ago. t.co/5Q6NeRrlkW