Corporate and Community Partners

Following are some of the many ways that the Kate Gleason College of Engineering and RIT partner with industry and community organizations. Contact us for more information.

Continuing Education for Professionals

Our portfolio includes academic courses, certificates, and full master’s degree programs offered online, on-campus or onsite.  We partner with companies to deliver customized education programs to groups or entire organizations through onsite or blended delivery.

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Training and Certification

RIT’s John D. Hromi Center for Quality & Applied Statistics (CQAS) helps organizations and individuals improve performance. The Center focuses on the application of statistical methods and decisions sciences to improve quality,  and productivity, through training courses, professional certification programs, and customized services.

Multidisciplinary Senior Design Projects

Every year dozen of senior design teams complete projects sponsored by industry, researchers, entrepreneurs, and community agencies.

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Sponsored Research Projects

Companies can collaborate with faculty on federally funded projects or directly sponsor faculty-led projects that may or may not proprietary. Browse faculty profiles or contact us to find the expertise you are looking for.

Access to Specialized Research Facilities

The Semiconductor and Microsystems Fabrication Laboratory offers fee-based services and access to the cleanroom facilities and processing equipment.

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Talent Acquisition

Over 500 co-op students and 700 graduates of the Kate Gleason College of Engineering enter the workforce each year.  RIT’s Office of Career Service and Cooperative Education can help you recruit the talent you need.