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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.

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  • May 25, 2022

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    RIT men’s lacrosse pumped to head back to NCAA national championship game

    Students on the RIT men’s lacrosse team are looking to “pump up the jam” at the NCAA national championship game on May 29. Last year, RIT’s undefeated season culminated in the university’s first Division III lacrosse national championship. The team has a chance to go back-to-back, when it faces off against Union College in the 2022 championship game at 1 p.m. on Sunday.

  • May 19, 2022

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    Professor Alan Nye zooms to retirement after 45 years at RIT

    If it had wheels and raced, Alan Nye had a part in it. The professor of mechanical engineering, who will retire this summer, has successfully navigated 45 years of teaching and advising engineering students and RIT’s championship Formula racing team.

  • May 18, 2022

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    Ph.D. student presents work at IEEE INFOCOM Conference

    Geoff Twardokus, a student in the Ph.D. in Electrical and Computer Engineering program, presented his work “Vehicle-to-Nothing? Securing C-V2X Against Protocol-Aware DoS Attacks” on May 5, 2022 at the IEEE International Conference on Computer Communications (IEEE INFOCOM).

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