Dr. Bruce Leigh Myers is an Associate Professor and the Administrative Chair of the School of Media Sciences at Rochester Institute of Technology. His research agenda includes user adoption and the evaluation of metrics utilized in the graphic communication industry. He serves as the Vice President-Education on the board of directors of The Technical Association of the Graphic Arts (TAGA), is an IDEAlliance certified G7 expert, and consults worldwide on the topics of color measurement, process control, and brand color control initiatives.
In the News
May 23, 2022
College of Engineering Technology combines print and packaging departments to elevate strategic, career focus
This change comes about to further address the interdisciplinary trends and growth taking place in both the evolving print and packaging industries. It reflects the college and RIT’s focus on aligning programs to better provide a highly skilled workforce for each area.
February 11, 2022
James Hammer donates $1 million to establish Hammer Family Packaging and Graphic Media Center at RIT
The Hammer Family Packaging and Graphic Media Center will consist of several laboratories focused on materials testing, distribution, digital processing, and workflow analysis for packaging and commercial printing.
September 2, 2020
Two faculty members named to endowed professorships
Barbara Birkett and Gregory D’Amico were appointed to two of the Department of Graphic Media Science and Technology’s prestigious endowed professorships this fall. Birkett assumes the role of the Paul and Louise Miller Endowed Professorship. D’Amico will serve as the Gravure Endowed Professor.