NSIGHT Into Diversity magazine has recognized Rochester Institute of Technology as a Diversity Champion, one of the first colleges and universities in the nation to receive the designation. Diversity Champions exemplify an unyielding commitment to diversity and inclusion throughout their campus communities, across academic programs, and at the highest administrative levels.Read More
Rochester Institute of Technology President Bill Destler has been recognized by INSIGHT Into Diversity magazine with its Giving Back Award. Presented annually, the award is given to university presidents and chancellors in recognition of their social responsibility, both on campus and in their communities, for their commitment to serving underrepresented populations and for philanthropic achievements.Read More
Rochester Institute of Technology was recently was awarded $66,225 as part of a National Science Foundation ADVANCE grant to develop an advocacy program to support gender equity on the campus. The university’s AdvanceRIT team will develop an Advocates & Allies Program...Read More
To advance its focus on conducting internationally distinguished research, Rochester Institute of Technology has chosen four initiatives to receive strategic investments.
These strategic initiatives, chosen through a rigorous internal process that looked at 26 research proposals, will each receive up to $1 million, payable over five years, on the condition that the projects meet their annual review goals.Read More
It’s official: Rochester Institute of Technology is now considered a “doctoral university” by the leading national classification of U.S. colleges and universities.Read More