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100%

Students who complete cooperative education

7

ABET-Accredited BS Degrees

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Doreen Edwards

Engineers are creative problem solvers who can have a profound impact on the world. In addition to providing an outstanding technical foundation, the Kate Gleason College of Engineering encourages students to understand the many ways in which their work affects society. Because we believe that students learn by doing, we provide them an abundance of opportunities to design, build, and innovate both inside and outside the classroom.

Doreen Edwards
Dean, Kate Gleason College of Engineering
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  • October 11, 2021

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    RIT surpasses $76 million in research funding in 2020-21 pandemic year

    RIT's sponsored research awards surpassed $76 million for the 2020-2021 fiscal year, another significant milestone in spite of the challenges posed to research efforts brought about by the pandemic. In addition, the university also achieved a new record in terms of the number and the cumulative value of proposals submitted.

  • October 11, 2021

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    RIT receives $1 million grant to upgrade and expand its cleanroom facility

    The Kate Gleason College of Engineering was awarded a $1 million Higher Education Capital Matching Grant (HECAP) from New York state. The award will be used to upgrade and expand the college’s cleanroom facility to accommodate the growth of research in biomedical technologies such as drug delivery and lab-on-chip devices.

  • October 8, 2021

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    Faculty compensation is focus of NSF-sponsored research

    To build understanding of faculty compensation systems and improve conversations around salary, several RIT faculty members are sharing their experiences with a National Science Foundation-funded multidisciplinary research team. The team’s goal is to significantly expand knowledge of best practices for faculty compensation to a broader community in higher education and provide insights to guide compensation practices.  

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