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Transforming RIT: The World Tour Makes Four Stops Across the U.S. in March

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The RIT Alumni Association continues bringing RIT out to the world in a series of special events, curated specifically for intellectually curious RIT alumni. Join us for these upcoming stops on Transforming RIT: The World Tour, featuring thought-provoking discussions on trending topics and critical issues. Don’t see your city? Not to worry, be on the lookout for a stop near you, soon.
Boston, March 14, featuring David Borkholder ’92 »                      
We’re also bringing the tour to your car, desk, or wherever you listen to your favorite podcast with Transforming RIT: The Podcast. Listen to the latest episodes, with more coming soon.

600 Students Take Part in
BrickHack 2019

RIT students turned out by the hundreds for the 2019 ‘invention marathon’ known as BrickHack. Corporate partners like Datto, Wegmans and Google sponsored the event, which also offers students opportunities to connect with recruiters.

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COLA/NTID Announce Second Joint Theatre Season

The 2019-2020 season will again feature joint productions between College of Liberal Arts and National Technical Institute for the Deaf performing arts departments.

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RIT for Life

You give, we say
Thank YOU

The groundhog isn't always right. There's still time to get these toasty Thank You Collection items, just for RIT donors. Make your gift today while supplies last!

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Pride Comes With Perks

Graduating from RIT came with a prestigious degree and some great benefits. Enjoy special savings on your auto and home insurance with Liberty Mutual just because you are an RIT alum.

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Tiger Pride

RIT students shoot for the moon

Launch Initiative explores rocket design

RIT’s Launch Initiative is a multidisciplinary student organization that applies the principles of rocket design and manufacturing for learning and competition. They recently “launched” a crowdfunding campaign in order to raise money to build a rocket for their next competition and they need your help!

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Join us at the Alumni Oasis April 28

Food and fun for alumni and guests

RIT alumni and their guests are invited to the Alumni Oasis at Imagine RIT. Stop by for some complimentary refreshments and an update on the benefits of being an RIT alum! Then go out an enjoy the rest of the festival. April 28, rain or shine!

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Women's Swimming & Diving
Makes History

The Lady Tiger's 10-0 regular season turned into Liberty League Championship success last week.

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RIT/NTID named one of three finalists for global literacy competition

The competition is designed to increase access to local sign languages and improve literacy for deaf children in developing countries.

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Class Notes

Brian Stumm '92 (KGCOE),'93 MS (KGCOE) joined Jade Bird Universal Fire Alarm Co. Ltd. as vice president global strategy in March 2018, most recently he was appointed general manager for Jade Bird Fire Alarm International (Europe) S.L., a business unit of Jade Bird Universal Fire Alarm Co. Ltd.

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Rachel (Coene) Spence '97 (CIAS) has joined FIFTEEN, a Buffalo, NY, full-service marketing agency, as creative director. Rachel previously served as creative supervisor at the former Roberts Communications in Rochester. She has experience in creating marketing solutions for clients such as Xerox, Excellus BlueCross BlueShield, Seneca Park Zoo Society and Ameriprise Financial.

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Brian Peterson '77 (GAP),'78 (GAP) is pleased to say that he is still going strong in photography, doing aerial and function photography in Portland, ME. In between photography jobs in the winter, he also has a part-time job doing yacht restoration with a friend in Freeport, ME, which helps him with maintaining his 25-foot sailboat. He has NO plans to retire, having way too much fun!

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Jonathan Phillips '99 MS (COS) released his book Camera Image Quality Benchmarking with co-author Henrik Eliasson as the newest of the Wiley-IS&T Series in Imaging Science and Technology. His book joins others in the series such as Color Appearance Modeling by Professor Mark D. Fairchild and Fourier Methods in Imaging by Professor Roger L. Easton, Jr.

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Jeremy Sniatecki '95 (CIAS) was chosen by Universal Studios/Factory Entertainment to create a "retro travel poster" design to commemorate the 25th Anniversary of Jurassic Park, inviting visitors to the fictitious Isla Nublar where the original film takes place.

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Martha DiMeo 84 (GAP, GAP) is a contributor to the Graphic Artists Guild Handbook: Pricing & Ethical Guidelines, 15th Edition. She shared her expertise in the Digital Imaging & Photo Retouching & Restoration category. The handbook, known as “PEG,” is an indispensable resource for practitioners working in all disciplines of the graphic arts.

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Career Resources

Did you know there are over 3,400 jobs for RIT Alumni
posted on Handshake?
RIT's Career Services office assists alumni in their job search and career development. Handshake is the system they use to post jobs, reflected in the links for our Tiger's Tale career opportunities. Visit Career and Co-op Services to learn how to connect and find your next job!


First Derivatives
New York, NY

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FirstLight Fiber
Victor, NY

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Marketing Science Statistician/

iMarketResearch, LLC.
Newtown, PA

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Russell Stover Chocolates
Kansas City, MO

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