June 20, 2023
Sign-Speak joins AWS Impact Accelerator
The Rochester Beacon features Nikolas Kelly '20 (supply chain management), co-founder and chief product officer of Sign-Speak, and Nicholas Wilkins '19 (computational mathematics), '19 MS (computer science).
June 12, 2023
RIT and FDA test digital therapy/avatar to treat addiction, reduce intimate partner violence
Researchers from five colleges at RIT are testing a new way to deliver mental health therapy to people struggling with alcohol/drug addiction and aggressive behavior. RIT is running a randomized clinical trial with the Food and Drug Administration to test the therapy platform “RITchCBT” as a tool for treating people whose substance use disorders have led to intimate partner violence.
June 9, 2023
RBJ announces Reader Rankings honorees
The Rochester Business Journal announces RIT among the winners of the 2023 Reader Rankings Awards. RIT was named a winner in the Best Graduate Program, Best Undergraduate Program, and Best Overall Company to Work For (1,000+) categories. Saunders College of Business was named a winner in the Best MBA Program category. (This content requires a subscription to view.)
June 6, 2023
Summer construction season underway at RIT
The conclusion of the academic year always means full speed ahead to work on an array of projects while the majority of students are off campus.
June 1, 2023
June 1, 2023
June 1, 2023
2022-23 Saunders Faculty and Staff Go Above and Beyond
Saunders College of Business recognizes the accomplishments of its outstanding employees throughout the 2022-23 academic year.
May 24, 2023
‘All American Dad’ closes out stellar career for RIT men’s lacrosse team
Taylor Jensen ’23 (marketing) earned a host of honors as a standout player on RIT men’s lacrosse team over the past three seasons. But if you were to ask him what brings him his most pride and joy? Fatherhood.
May 22, 2023
California Treasurer Ma returns to alma mater for honorary doctorate
Pensions & Investments features Fiona Ma ’88 (accounting), California State Treasurer.
May 19, 2023
Hearing Aids Are Changing. Their Users Are, Too
The New York Times talks to Pete Bilzerian '20 (management information systems) about hearing aids.
May 12, 2023
RIT grads told to hold on to hope and work hard to make it happen
A former top NASA administrator told graduates of RIT that their futures may seem as ambiguous as outer space. But by daring to do mighty things with hope instead of fear, untold possibilities will come into focus. Thomas Zurbuchen, astrophysicist and the longest continually serving associate administrator for the Science Mission Directorate in NASA’s history, addressed the crowd during today's Academic Convocation ceremony in the Gordon Field House. More than 4,800 RIT graduates, including those attending RIT’s global campuses in China, Croatia, Dubai, and Kosovo, were recognized.
May 8, 2023
Explore Hospitality Minors
International hospitality and service innovation (IHSI) minors integrate technology, information systems, and analytics with traditional business disciples.