On August 23, 2016, RIT College of Liberal Arts Dean James Winebrake, Genesee Country Village & Museum President and CEO Becky Wehle, and B. Thomas Golisano College of Computing and Information Sciences Dean Anne Haake signed a memorandum of understanding to benefit the museum and RIT’s students and faculty. The partnership between RIT and GCV&M seeks to provide opportunities for both communities to work together to create enriching opportunities for students, faculty, staff, and the public.
We invite the campus community to consider GCV&M as a resource in creating enriching opportunities for RIT students, faculty, and staff and the greater community. If you are interested in pursuing a project take a look at the proposed list. If you have an idea for a collaboration that might be suited to the partnership, propose a project.