November 29, 2021
Graduate class launches fundraising campaign for school in Haiti
RIT's Media Arts and Technology MS program partnered with InterVol on a project to support Ecole l’Erudit de Léogâne, a Haitian school providing free, high-quality education for students from low-income families.
May 6, 2021
New magazine highlights defining traits of Media Arts and Technology MS program
Viewfinder, a print and digital publication created by students, shares the experiences of faculty and students in the one-year graduate program.
May 4, 2021
Students' varied backgrounds gives grad program distinctive identity
Students in RIT's one-year Media Arts and Technology MS program come from backgrounds in business management, design, marketing, photography and more.
May 7, 2020
A Very Close Look At Some Of The World's Most Feared Viruses
BuzzFeed talks to Michael Peres, professor and associate chair, School of Photographic Arts and Sciences, about capturing images of microscopic viruses and bacteria.
April 6, 2020
Students, faculty respond creatively to online learning
DIY animation equipment and paper microscopes are some of the course delivery solutions with classes shifting online.
February 26, 2020
POSTPONED: RIT’s nighttime community photo project focuses on women’s rights icon
Rochester, N.Y.’s notable histories as the birthplace of the women’s rights movement and photography will come together for RIT’s Big Shot next month. Organizers of the longtime community photographic project will capture a dramatic nighttime image of the National Susan B. Anthony Museum & House, 17 Madison St., and surrounding neighborhood on March 22.
February 7, 2020
Making the Invisible Visible at the Images from Science Exhibition
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine highlights the “Images from Science 3” (IFS 3) exhibition, produced by Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine professor Norman Barker and RIT professors Michael Peres, Bob Rose, Chris Jackson and Ted Kinsman.
November 8, 2019
Podcast: Scientific Photography
Intersections: The RIT Podcast, Ep. 26: From objects that are barely visible under a microscope to snowflakes and the massive RIT Big Shot, professor Michael Peres has made scientific photography a major focus, with his images appearing on CNN, The Weather Channel, and Mashable. Peres talks with colleague Ted Kinsman of RIT’s photo sciences program about how one masters such specialized photography.
February 8, 2019
Michael Peres on how to photograph snowflakes
Michael Peres, professor and associate director, School of Photographic Arts and Sciences, featured in EarthSky.
September 7, 2018
RIT to host third ‘Images from Science’ exhibitionScientists and photographers from around the world will have the opportunity to share their scientific research, discoveries and observations of natural wonders with the launch of the collection phase of “Images from Science 3.”
February 24, 2018
After learning medical photography at RIT, alumna builds on unforgettable experience
She walks into the operating room and grips not a scalpel, but a camera. Lynne Tseng is one of the 100-plus RIT students to have taken the one-of-a-kind Surgical Photography class.