Rochester Institute of Technology is among the Top 200 Colleges for Indigenous Students, according to Winds of Change magazine. This marks the ninth time RIT has appeared on the list.Read more
Patricia Taboada-Serrano’s work in developing water treatment technology through molecular engineering could impact how some communities survive.
A faculty member at Rochester Institute of Technology, Taboada-Serrano was recognized for this breakthrough work and distinguished as a 2018 Emerging Investigator in the field of chemical thermodynamics by the American Chemical Society. She was one of 20 faculty-researchers from universities and organizations around the world recognized for identifying innovative and interdisciplinary solutions in chemical thermodynamics.Read more
Live filming of a commercial. Live audio mixing with sound engineers. Screenings of short films created by students. Video game development demonstrations.
Tours and hands-on experiences were the order of the day as Rochester Institute of Technology formally opened the newest building on campus—the 52,000-square-foot MAGIC Spell Studios.Read more
RIT researchers use deep learning to build automatic speech recognition system to help preserve the Seneca language
A new research project at Rochester Institute of Technology will help ensure the endangered language of the Seneca Indian Nation will be preserved. Using deep learning, a form of artificial intelligence, RIT researchers are building an automatic speech recognition application to document and transcribe the traditional language of the Seneca people. The work is also intended to be a technological resource to preserve other rare or vanishing languages.Read more
Doreen Edwards, dean of the Kate Gleason College of Engineering at Rochester Institute of Technology, will be presented the Outstanding Educator Award from the American Ceramics Society at its annual conference and honors banquet on Oct. 15. The long-time ceramics and material science researcher will be recognized for outstanding work and creativity in teaching, for directing student-centered research and mentoring individuals in the field of ceramics and materials science.Read more
The Kate Gleason College of Engineering earned recognition for its efforts to enhance diversity among the faculty ranks and further Rochester Institute of Technology’s overall commitment to diversity. The college received RIT’s 2018 Changing Hearts and Minds Award, sponsored annually by RIT’s Office of the Provost and the Office of Faculty Recruitment.Read more
Forbes named Rochester Institute of Technology among this year’s list of the top 300 “Best Employers for Women.”
The list recognizes organizations that support their female workforces in the range of areas that are important to women, including pay equity, opportunities for advancement and family leave. RIT ranked 128th overall and 16th in the education industry.Read more
Rochester Institute of Technology is welcoming diverse prospective faculty from across the country to explore teaching and post-doctoral opportunities at the university this week. The 19 scholars participating in this year’s annual Future Faculty Career Exploration Program (FFCEP) come from prestigious universities including Carnegie Mellon University, Texas A&M University and Georgia Tech.Read more
dt ogilvie, Distinguished Professor of Urban Entrepreneurship at Rochester Institute of Technology’s Saunders College of Business, has been given the Trailblazer Award by The PhD Project Management Doctoral Student Association. According to The PhD Project, ogilvie was selected for the award based upon her scholarly contribution to the field of management and her mentoring of faculty and doctoral students.Read more
Rochester Institute of Technology’s work to establish a diverse and inclusive environment earned two awards from national organizations this fall.Read more