Join us to learn from and network with other education professionals working with deaf and hard-of-hearing students. Each lecture will be presented in two sessions - choose whichever session best fits your schedule. Part of a problem or a part of a solution?: Why Culturally Relevant/Sustaining Pedagogy matters. Explore Culturally Relevant and Culturally Sustaining Pedagogies and practical ways they can be applied in mainstream deaf education programs. Will be accessible in ASL, voice, and captioning.
Session I: 4-5:30 p.m. ET
Session II: 7-8:30 p.m. ET
Are you an RIT alum who is a Graduate Of the Last Decade (GOLD)? Have you been looking for an opportunity to network with other GOLD alumni? Here's your chance! Join fellow RIT GOLD Alumni for an evening of networking and meeting members of the RIT Alumni Association Board of Directors (AABOD), Student Alumni Engagement Committee.
It is our great pleasure to share with you the metamorphic change that our esteemed School of Photographic Arts and Sciences is in the midst of. Please join Dean of the College of Art and Design Todd Jokl, MFA, Ed.D. for a tour of the space as it undergoes this transformation. We will also raise a glass in honor of Therese Mulligan, Ph.D., as she completes her tenure as school director and introduce Christye Sisson, who will take over the helm as of July 1.
Similar to the early days of the Wright brothers, this period in history marks the dawn of the Age of Light Sails for propelling vehicles through outer space. The combined emergence of a developing space economy, Cube Sat technology, metamaterials and photonics provides opportunities to significantly advance both solar and laser driven sails. Although the force on light-driven sails is adequate beyond the gravitational influence of Earth, experiments to verify these sailing principles are difficult in the laboratory. Join us as Dr. Grover Swartzlander describes experiments being conducted only at RIT, making Rochester an emerging national testing center.