The interdisciplinary team of RIT faculty and student researchers, designers and developers that created the Lost & Found tabletop game is getting recognition for its design. Throughout the year, the game has been featured at several showcases for independent and serious games.
RIT Computing Weekend will have an extra special visitor—the new IBM X-Force Command Tactical Operation Center (C-TOC), which will be making its first visit to a university as part of the Nov. 2–4 event.
Brandon Hudson, a fourth-year applied arts and sciences major and CEO of Connexus, won $250,000 at the 76West Clean Energy Competition. Connexus is a heating and cooling control and monitoring company based in RIT’s Venture Creations technology business incubator.
More than 30 members of the RIT community are attending the Grace Hopper Celebration, the world’s largest gathering of women in computing to celebrate accomplishments in technology and recognize the diversity behind them.
Saunders College of Business is honored to recognize the 40th anniversary of REDCOM Laboratories Inc., a local communications company with many ties to RIT. More than 30 percent of the employees at REDCOM—including the founders and several members of the leadership team—are graduates of RIT.