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Alec Baldwin Shares Some 'Words with Friends' at RIT Oct. 20

Award-winning actor named Horton Distinguished Speaker at homecoming celebration. more »

RIT Ranked Third in Aerospace and Defense Workforce Study

RIT ranked third as one of the key schools companies prefer when recruiting and hiring in critical skill areas for the aerospace and defense industries. Findings were released in Aviation Week’s annual Workforce Study. more »

RIT Centers of Faith and Culture Being Renovated

Two facilities will receive needed design changes and upgrades in the coming year. more »

Phi Kappa Tau's Gamma Nu Chapter at RIT Celebrates 50 Years

Over the years, much has changed – from the initial and active members to now 45 active members strong with more than 700 chapter alumni, Gamma Nu has continued to thrive. more »

Groundbreaking for Polisseni Center Set

The official groundbreaking for RIT's Gene Polisseni Center, the new home of Tiger hockey, has been set for Friday, October 19, during Brick City Homecoming.

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Congratulations

Jen Smith '06 was recently published in the May/June 2012 edition of "Architecture Leaders of Today" for her design work in hospitality in Southern California. A graduate of the Interior Designer department, Jen is the senior desiger at Kelly Architects located in Los Angeles, CA.

It's a boy

Courtney (Wenner) Martin '09 and Cody Martin '09 are proud to announce the birth of a baby boy, Emerson Cooper. He was born on July 14, 2012 in Amherst, NY, and weighed 6 lb., 5 oz. Emerson has brought his parents so much love and happiness as their first born.

Wedding Bells

Meghean Faul '96 and Adam Feidelman are happy to announce their marriage on July 8, 2012 in Miami Beach. They currently reside in Pembroke Pines, FL. The Bride is the Food Service Director at Joe DiMaggio Children's Hospital and the Groom is Executive Chef at a Memorial Regional Miramar so the ceremony and reception were full of culinary details, from recipe cards as place settings, to the chef's hat groom's cake with marzipan knife and vegetables not to mention the measuring spoon give away!

Be an Alumni Admissions Volunteer

Alumni Volunteers have the opportunity to speak with prospective students and their families to share the creative and innovative opportunities happening at RIT. We have a variety of events available for the new volunteer or seasoned pro.

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September

October

Professor Keith Howard's work on display

"Keith Howard: Eve's Garden" will be on display in a solo exhibition of paintings and prints at Axom Gallery. The show runs from Aug. 31 through Sept. 29, with an opening reception scheduled from 5 to 8 p.m. Sept. 8 and an artist talk from 6 to 8:30 p.m. Sept. 18.

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EVERY GIFT COUNTS!

The Fund for RIT has kicked off its 2012-2013 annual giving campaign with the theme: EVERY GIFT COUNTS. It emphasizes that all gifts – of any amount – are critical to our students and to RIT's progress in building a truly unique and distinguished university. Learn more »

Your support can go TWICE as far

Many employers provide a Matching Gift program as an employee benefit. Check with your company – you may be able to double your donation!

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Recognition awards

This year's recipients of the Outstanding alumni award are Steve & Vicki Schultz. The recipient of the Volunteer of the Year Award is Donal N. Boyce. Both awards will be presented at the Presidents' Alumni Ball during Brick City Homecoming.

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Save $10 at Barnes & Noble @ RIT

For the rest of the year, you can save $10 at Barnes & Noble @ RIT online. Just enter promo code RIT10 at checkout.

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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.

100 Years of Cooperative Education and Experiential Learning!

After one hundred years, more than 3,800 students complete more than 5,700 co-op work assignments with nearly 2,000 employers throughout the U.S. and in 40 foreign countries. Today, RIT boasts one of the oldest and largest co-op programs in the world and is nationally and internationally recognized for its excellence.

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