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The Tiger spirit comes alive with the RIT Auxiliary Services’ new mobile app using augmented reality and 360 video.

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RIT Coronavirus Information

The latest updates and information regarding the RIT response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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News

  • June 26, 2020

    Jo Ellen Pinkham, associate vice president and chief human resource officer

    Jo Ellen Pinkham to lead RIT human resources

    Jo Ellen Pinkham has been named associate vice president and chief human resource officer at RIT. She will join the university in August. Pinkham comes to RIT from Nazareth College, where she most recently served as associate to the president and coordinated Nazareth’s presidential search, COVID-19 response and fall planning task force.

  • May 12, 2020

    Darci Lane-Williams, assistant director of Title IX and Clery Compliance.

    Darci Lane-Williams receives 2020 Edwina Award

    Darci Lane-Williams, assistant director of Title IX and Clery Compliance, has received the 2020 Edwina Award for her significant contributions to enhance gender diversity and inclusiveness at RIT. In addition, 10 graduating students were also named as “Legacy Leaders.”

  • April 30, 2020

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    U.S. Environmental Protection Agency recognizes RIT for green power leadership

    RIT’s utilization of nearly 71 million kilowatt-hours (kWh) of green power annually represents more than 92 percent of its total power needs, placing it No. 21 on the EPA’s Top 30 College & University List of the largest green power users among higher-education institutions in the agency’s Green Power Partnership.

  • April 13, 2020

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    RIT Ambulance, FMS convert van to transport students in quarantine on campus

    As the majority of students moved out of residence housing because of CV-19, several remained behind in quarantine. To ease their temporary stay and to provide better access to services needed, most were moved to different campus accommodations by an FMS van refitted by members of the RIT Ambulance group and Facilities Management Services.