One professor’s experience in college has helped shape how he approaches teaching differently at RIT. Dr. Reginald Rogers prefers his students to call him 'Reg.' His candid-nature offers students with a real-world atmosphere from the beginning.
Two students seeking self-discovery and to improve their leadership skills participated in one of RIT’s signature leadership development programs, Men of Color or Women of Color Honor and Ambition programs.
Yohance Basdeo, a fifth-year student in the B.S./M.S. Electrical Engineering program, focusing in Control Systems shared how being part of the MOCHA leadership development program has impacted him.
What were you hoping to gain from the MOCHA program and what skills did you learn?
Congratulations to our team as they are recognized for their leadership, dedication and community contributions, as follows:
David Oliver, outreach specialist with Veterans Upward Bound (VUB) was recognized by the Veterans Business Council with the 2018 Veterans Education Champion Award for his dedication, leadership and commitment to Veterans seeking to advance their educational opportunities.