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March 2015
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Charles Bolden NASA Administrator Charles Bolden Jr. to give 2015 RIT commencement addressmore »
Austin McCord Austin McChord ’09, founder & CEO of Datto Inc., talks about how he built his companymore »
China 2+2 RIT opens 2+2 program in China Naixin (Chris) Kang lives 7,837 miles from home… more »
Where Where Are They Now? Learn what your favorite retired faculty members are up to… more »
TALKING ABOUT
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RIT’s second annual TAG (Thank A Giver) Day was February 11, 2015. Buildings, labs, equipment – and even scholarship recipients – across campus were “tagged” to show how gifts from donors support an RIT education. Our generous alumni, parents, faculty, staff, students and friends support colleges and academic programs, scholarships, clubs and organizations, athletics and so much more. Thank YOU, RIT donors! View photo album »
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Ever wanted to learn #ASL? Check out @RITNTID’s amazing online dictionary, complete with videos of each sign! http://t.co/ZPHX4UgWdK #RIT
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Awards Ten alumni have been chosen to receive 2015 Distinguished Alumni Awards. They were chosen for their professional or community achievement.
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Slovis Michael Slovis ’76 started out as a photographer, but is now a cinematographer working on the sets of Breaking Bad and Game of Thrones
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Murawski Mike Murawski ’05 has taken a new position as a cellar master at Montinore Estate winery in the Willamette Valley wine region of Oregon.
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Brasse Scott Brasse ’00 and his wife, Sarah, are pleased to announce the birth of their baby boy, Jacob Lawrence Brasse, on February 7, 2015.
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ALUMNI NOTES
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The percentage of RIT’s operating budget that is covered by tuition and fees. Each February we recognize “Gap Day” as a symbolic point at which that full percentage has been spent. In essence, the university must now spend funding from some other sources such as grants and gifts from donors to continue operations to the end of the fiscal year.
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EVENTS See all events »
March 17, Online
meRIT Webinar: Unwrapping Your Passion at Any Age
March 21, Houston, TX
Rodeo Tour, Livestock Show & Brad Paisley Concert
March 21, Atlanta, GA
3rd Annual Day of Volunteering - Covenant House Georgia
April 11, Los Angeles, CA
Tour & Lunch at the Getty Museum
April 17, Rochester, NY
Distinguished Alumni Awards
JOBS See all jobs »
New England/Mid-Atlantic
Boyd Technologies Inc is seeking a B2B Sales Manager for the New England/Mid-Atlantic territory.
Albany, NY
Plump Engineering Inc. is recruiting a Mechanical HVAC/Plumbing Engineer.
Princeton, NJ
CloudRay is seeking a Healthcare IT Analyst.
San Mateo, CA
IXL Learning is recruiting a Math Curriculum Designer.
SPOTLIGHT
RIT Singers RIT Choral Group, Singers and Chamber Singers alumni are invited to a reunion weekend in May, honoring the recently retired Ed Schell.
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Multicultural Did you know RIT provides 30-40 events per year for its growing multicultural alumni population? Help us continue growing.
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AHI Travel Join us for some haggis and bagpipes as we take RIT alumni on an eight-day journey through Scotland in August 2015.
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Webinar Tom Hanney, RIT lecturer and harmonica player recently presented a meRIT webinar on the history of blues and the harmonica.
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