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Easter Egg Hunt

The annual on-campus Easter Egg Hunt, organized by The Office of Alumni Relations, the students of Art House, the RIT Leadership Institute and the Community Service Center, was a big hit again this year.
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RIT Women’s Hockey Plans Move to NCAA Division I

The Tigers would join College Hockey America for the 2012–2013 season. RIT has received unanimous approval from the conference’s colleges and universities, says Bob DeGregorio, commissioner of the CHA. more »

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Spring Career Fair

More than 230 companies participated and a record number of more than 2,900 job seekers attended this year’s Spring Career Fair, which took place March 28. see video »

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New CIAS Website Wins ‘Best of Web’ Award

RIT’s College of Imaging Arts and Sciences has been recognized by the Rochester Business Journal with a Best of the Web award. The college’s new website was chosen as best in the education category. more »

Imagine Volunteering

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Want to see what goes on behind the scenes of the Imagine RIT Festival? By becoming a volunteer, you can help make it happen! There are tons of different types of volunteers, from greeters to college guides.

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It's a girl!

Daniel Cavanagh '01 and Julia Cavanagh are proud to announce the birth of a baby girl, Lucy Ellen. She was born on January 29, 2012 in Newport, RI, and weighed 9 lb., 4 oz.

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Congratulations!

Daniel Mendelson '88 was named medical director of Monroe Community Hospital, recognized as the Highland Hospital Distinguished Physician for 2011, and recognized as the RIT COS 2012 Distinguished Alumnus.

New Employment

Dr. Eric Yager '96 recently accepted a position at the Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences located in Albany, NY as Assistant Professor in the College's School of Arts and Sciences. Eric recently was employed at the Albany Medical College in Albany, NY as a Research Associate in the Center for Immunology and Microbial Disease.

Admissions is Recruiting Alumni Volunteers

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Alumni Volunteers have the opportunity to speak with prospective students and their families to share the creative and innovative opportunities happening at RIT.

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Alumni Oasis at Imagine RIT

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Join us in James E. Booth Hall for the Alumni Oasis at the Imagine RIT Festival on May 5! We will have snacks, contests and free giveaways just for alumni; so stop on by, mingle and win.

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Giving   Giving website »

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Get a sturdy key chain/opener
as a “Thank You of the Month!”

Support RIT with a gift of $10 or more during the month of April and you can choose to receive this reminder of your link to RIT. When your keys jangle, you can smile with the satisfaction that you are making a great university even better because you are a donor. Make your gift online today! Quantity is limited and this offer expires at the end of the month. Give now!

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Buy a Brick! It’s a great grad gift!

And a great way to make your own personalized “mark” on RIT! For a gift of $175, you can order a brick with three lines of personalized text that will be installed along the Quarter Mile. Bricks ordered now will be installed over the summer. This program – and your brick – support scholarship funds and other student-centered funds. Buy a brick now!

Saunders Challenge

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Every student at RIT benefits from a strong business school. Entrepreneurship programs, multidisciplinary projects, student start-ups, and coursework are just part of what the Saunders College offers to every RIT student.

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Careers   Job Zone »

Our Job Zone online system lists positions for recent graduates and experienced alumni, and is free and open to all RIT alumni. You can post your resume and/or post a job. Contact Kris Stehler, Assistant Director for Alumni Relations at 585.475.5468 or kwsoce@rit.edu if you have any questions. Here are a few current openings – additional postings, complete details, and application instructions are on Job Zone.

Renowned German Leader Presenting at Rivers Run

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Pension Reform and the European Debt Crisis
Presentation by Dr. Kurt Hans Biedenkopf
Sunday, April 15, 20112 2:00pm
Rivers Run Lecture Hall

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