• February 23, 2022

    student holding a poster that reads 2022 Imagine RIT.

    Winner announced in Imagine RIT poster contest

    An image of a 3D, futuristic, jack-in-the-box is the winning entry in this year’s Imagine RIT: Creativity and Innovation Festival poster contest. The artist, Sarah Neff, a second-year new media design major from Waterbury, Vt., wins $500 in Tiger Bucks. More than 50 entries were submitted.

  • February 15, 2022

    two students hugging in front of school lockers.

    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.

  • February 14, 2022

    mother, father, and son family of three.

    Bay Area couple enjoying success by design

    Drawn to RIT for its unique focus on technology, art, and design, Lindsay ’09 and Andy Mindler ’09 saw new media design as the perfect blend of 3D, motion, and code to fuel their diverse design interests. The couple started dating at RIT in 2007 and married in 2011. Since moving to the West Coast, they have carved out successful design careers, joining an ever-growing throng of new media and other RIT design alumni living and working in the Bay Area.

  • February 11, 2022

    artwork of a person using many colors and patterns.

    In the galleries: The art of looking inward to provoke societal change 

    The Washington Post features RIT/NTID alumni Youmee Lee ’13 (professional technical communications) and Laural Hartman ’05 (illustration), ’07 MS (secondary education of students who are deaf or hard of hearing), ’20 MFA (fine arts studio) and former Dyer Arts Center Director Tabitha Jacques.

  • February 3, 2022

    three people talking in a radio station studio.

    Photojournalist David Butow on his new book, "BRINK" 

    WXXI’s “Connections” program features Jenn Poggi, assistant professor in the School of Photographic Arts and Sciences. Poggi will lead a free, public conversation with photojournalist David Butow at 6 p.m. Friday, Feb. 4, in RIT City Art Space.