Transforming the Landscape - Fifty Years on the New RIT Campus
The bold 1961 decision to move Rochester Institute of Technology from a disjointed, small urban campus to sprawling suburban farmland, paved the way for the university’s expansive growth and global recognition: enrollment increased and new colleges and degree programs were established. Transforming the Landscape: Fifty Years on the New RIT Campus details the planning and construction of the modern campus coupled with an extensive photographic survey of its innovative architecture.
- Publisher: RIT Press (08/2018)
- ISBN-13: 9781939125576
- Binding: Hardcover with dust jacket
- Pages: 170
- Illustrations: 207, some color
- Size: 9X9
- Shipping Weight: 2lb
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