Join Wayne Wilson, Matt Campbell '03, MS '12 and Scott Biggar '89 as they provide a final update on this year's Tiger Hockey season. They'll be reviewing highlights of all the playoff action and discuss what we have to look forward to in the 2021-2022 season.
It's been over a year since faculty and staff - who also happen to be RIT alumni - have been together celebrating who you are and what you do! Yes - that's right - it was February 2020 at the Golden Brick Awards Breakfast that we last got together. In the spiRIT of spring renewal, we'd like to get those interested together for a 45-minute focus group discussion on hitting "reset" and "moving forward" supporting this special group of Tigers. We'll be asking input about everything from structure to social activities to welcome wagons to names to anything else you'd like to discuss! We're even holding a Tiger pop quiz with prizes. We'd love to have your input - and so look forward to having you join us!
This webinar will engage participants in activities to explore and challenge their own biases regarding a range of identities. Participants will be provided with tools to minimize harmful attitudes and behaviors.
Observational astrophysics is often driven by the race to build larger, more expensive telescopes. However, telescopes with optics as small as a salad plate can sometimes perform measurements as important as their larger siblings. Join Dr. Michael Zemcov as he presents several examples of small space-based experiments that are providing unique views of the history and structure of the Universe. Dr. Zemcov will review recent insights from a variety of instruments, with results reaching from the nature of cosmic dust in our solar system, to stars lost between galaxies, to the first moments of the universe itself. Look out, cosmos - here we come!
The RIT Office of Alumni Relations would like to invite you to a heartfelt conversation with a Holocaust Survivor. Leon was born in Czernowitz, Romania in 1931 and was ten years old when the Nazis invaded in 1941. He has been a member of the JFCS Holocaust Center's William J. Lowenberg Speakers Bureau since 2010 and has shared his testimony virtually with over 2,000 individuals since the pandemic began in March 2020.
Join Major and Kelly as they buzz about coffee, culture, coffee culture, books, and share some coffee-related travel stories. There will be a little something caffeinated for all - or at least high-spirited - as Major shares his recently published book, Coffee for Dummies! Whether it’s your java, joe, brew, café, café au lait, cappuccino, decaf, or decoction - it'll be up close, personal and fun!
Join the RIT and NTID Alumni Associations for an unforgettable trip open to all RIT alumni! This exclusive holiday, from Scottsdale, AZ to Las Vegas, NV, explores the red rocks of Sedona, Lake Powell, Monument Valley's mesas, eerie spires of Bryce Canyon.