February 15, 2022
Rochester Prep High School students share their capstone experience
One highlight of the RIT-Rochester Prep High School Partnership is the annual capstone showcase that spotlights student-professor collaborations. Their diverse projects in photojournalism, antibiotic resistance, 3D printing and fabrication, and chemical engineering gave the students experience on a college campus and the confidence of completing undergraduate-level material.
October 29, 2020
Students, community team up to change narratives around addiction
A one-credit workshop allowed RIT students to examine ways of sharing more accurate depictions of a complex topic. The class culminates in an exhibition that opens Nov. 5.
April 6, 2020
Pop-up classes connect students with industry
A series of one-credit workshops offered through the School of Photographic Arts and Sciences provided a platform for students to engage with and learn from accomplished creatives.
January 24, 2020
Connections: Dialogue on Disability - Sports, media, and inclusion
WXXI’s “Connections” program features Jenn Poggi and Josh Meltzer, assistant professors of photojournalism, and photography students Jackie Diller and Ashley Crichton.
November 7, 2019
Photography students get taste of industry with NYC, DC trips
The New York Times. White House Photo Office. Magnum Photos. And much more. Students met with the most well-known news organizations, agencies, artists, studios and alumni during the School of Photographic Arts and Sciences' annual networking trips to NYC and DC.
March 6, 2019
Real-world experience: Photo students cover Special Olympics
Students from RIT's photography school — along with those from other disciplines across campus — filled a website with compelling images, videos and stories from the 2019 Special Olympics New York Winter Games.
September 17, 2018
Exploring photography’s role in social change“Whose Streets? Our Streets!” features the work of 37 independent photographers who documented protests, demonstrations and conflicts on the streets of New York City from 1980 to 2000. The project, led by RIT faculty and alumni, features a book, short film, interactive website and exhibitions.