January 26, 2022
Snow much fun planned for RIT’s FreezeFest ’22
This year’s 10-day FreezeFest is Friday through Feb. 6 and features several opportunities for the RIT community to celebrate the region's cold and snow.
January 25, 2022
Student develops data collection device for Tesla
Jackson Glozer '22 spent the fall 2021 semester on co-op with the electric vehicle company — the latest in a long line of full-time work experiences Photographic Sciences students have with industry titans.
January 24, 2022
RIT photojournalism student wins silver in College Photographer of the Year competition
Ben Braun, a fourth-year photojournalism major from Needham, Mass., won silver for Multimedia: Individual Story in this year’s prestigious College Photographer of the Year competition.
January 20, 2022
Interior Design program partners with Syracuse airport to shape new concessions area
RIT Interior Design students prepared design packages for a pre-security food and beverage lounge for Syracuse Hancock International Airport, which plans to install the concessions area based on the students' designs.
January 20, 2022
Under 30 Alum Sean Petterson’s StrongArm Tech Raises $50 Million For Industrial Wearables To Reduce Workers’ Injuries
Forbes features Sean Petterson '13 (industrial design), CEO of StrongArm Technologies.
January 18, 2022
Recent alumnus works on 'Sonic the Hedgehog 2' as lighting artist
Edward Ro '21 (3D Digital Design) completed a co-op at visual effects giant MPC (Motion Picture Company), where he has continued full-time work after graduating in December.
January 17, 2022
RIT Press publishes in-depth look at Will Burtin’s scientific approach to design
The contributions and relevance of a pioneering 20th century information designer is the focus of a new publication by RIT Press. Communicating Knowledge Visually: Will Burtin’s Scientific Approach to Information Design, by R. Roger Remington and Sheila Pontis, offers contemporary designers, educators, and students a master class in Burtin’s design philosophy.
January 14, 2022
RIT’s City Art Space to host photo exhibition chronicling political path to Jan. 6 insurrection
A solo exhibition of photographs and video by David Butow, whose new book, Brink, chronicles politics in the United States from the 2016 presidential election through the Jan. 6, 2021, insurrection, is coming to RIT’s City Art Space.
January 13, 2022
Three RIT community members named finalists for the ATHENA International Young Professional Award
Greater Rochester Chamber of Commerce and its Women’s Council have named three RIT community members as finalists for the 2022 ATHENA International Young Professional Award, which recognizes emerging female leaders in the 30- to 45-year-old range who demonstrate excellence, creativity, and initiative in their business or profession and serve as a role model for young women.
January 7, 2022
RIT connections abound in top 2021 photos recognized by ‘TIME,’ ‘New York Times’
The story of 2021—told visually in the top images of the year chosen by photo editors at TIME and The New York Times—has multiple connections to RIT’s nationally recognized School of Photographic Arts and Sciences.
December 28, 2021
Two RIT grads part of production team for ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’
WROC-TV talks to Anna Dining '17 (motion picture science) and Chris Brands '14 (motion picture science) about their work on the latest Spider-Man movie.
December 22, 2021
How I Made This: Feral Cat Den’s “Genesis Noir”
ArtNews features Evan Anthony '10 (new media design) and Jeremy Abel '10 (new media design), creators of the video game Genesis Noir.