BCW Goes Virtual for 2020
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Nothing can keep your RIT alumni relations staff from getting you fresh chances to learn, network, and celebrate Tiger Spirit. While an on-campus Brick City Weekend may be off for a year, we’re bringing you the power and pleasure of our annual homecoming event online. Tiger Alumni Week is five days of information, networking, reunions, and more, and registration is LIVE!

Bugler in foreground, line of ROTC cadets saluting behind

Commemorating 9/11

The Arnold Air Society hosted the annual 9/11 commemoration ceremony in the Simone Circle on campus on Friday morning. 2019 ceremony photo above by A. Sue Weisler.

Current RIT COVID-19 alert level green (low risk with vigilance)

RIT Ready Efforts Continue to Succeed

RIT has started randomized testing to monitor the spread of COVID-19 among students and to facilitate a quick response to potential outbreaks on cam​pus. RIT began surveillance testing the week of August 24.

Tigers Connect
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Unlock the potential of your network through Tigers Connect, the RIT Alumni Association’s new virtual networking program designed to create meaningful, regional connections between RIT alumni. This camera-on, online experience brings Tigers face to face for timed conversations with fellow alumni in their area.

Tigers Helping Tigers
ROAR15 - celebrating 15 years of giving

The Impact of ROAR Day,
RIT’s Day of Giving

On October 21, RIT will celebrate its 15th annual ROAR Day. As the university’s biggest fundraising day of the year, ROAR Day is critical to student success. As this year’s ROAR Day approaches, we reflect upon the impact of last year’s annual day of giving. 

Bags for homeless shelter

Alumna Hands Out Bags to Homeless

After being homeless for 16 years, Julianna Truesdale BFA ’11 turned her life around and now helps others in need.

RIT Alumnus Named Minett Professor
RIT alumnus and community volunteer Orlando Ortiz BS ’04, MBA ’08, has been appointed the 2020-2021 Minett Professor. The professorship emphasizes the connections between education and industry, and also highlights the value of diversity.

Career Services
RIT’s Office of Career Services and Cooperative Education is available to assist alumni in career growth and job searches. Especially now, if you have been displaced from your job, your RIT family is here to help!
RIT Career Services and Co-op associate director, Kris Stehler, gave an overview of alumni offerings during last month’s Tiger Webinar. To see what's available to all alumni for career development support, including an indepth introduction to the Career Connect system, watch the webinar recording.

Current RIT Career Openings Posted in Career Connect
Sr. Enterprise Architect
Tempe, AZ

Capital Markets Desk Analyst
CIB-Investment Banking – Leveraged Finance
JPMorgan Chase & Co.
New York, NY

Interactive Visualization Designer/UX Designer
Axis Group
Berkeley Heights, NJ

Research Technologist 2020-1326
Lovelace Biomedical Research Institute
Albuquerque, NM

Class Notes
We've switched to a new Class Notes system! Now you can submit your Class Notes directly through the Alumni website.
Michael Berrios '14 (GCCIS) and Lorenny Mota Morla MS '16 (SOIS) with their child
Michael Berrios ’14 (GCCIS) and Lorenny Mota Morla MS ’16 (SOIS) are happy to announce the birth of their son, Silas Michael, on February 24, 2020.
Nick Sprague '18 (COLA) and Jasmine Newton '18 (COLA) wedding photo
Nick Sprague ’18 (COLA) and Jasmine Newton ’18 (COLA), both Psychology majors, were married on November 30, 2019.
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