Through innovative curricula in the arts, humanities, and social sciences, our College of Liberal Arts prepares students not only for successful careers, but also for a lifetime of personal growth and responsible citizenship.
As an alum of the journalism program, Manon has put into practice the storytelling platforms and opportunities She took advantage of at RIT. Today, Manon serves as editor-in-chief of Open Mic Rochester, an online magazine that gives a voice to Rochester’s black community.
Seeing the world through the eyes of a different species is just one way we connect with the world around us. Through faculty-led research, Wegman is working to improve the quality of life for North American River Otters by studying their visual perception.
The Hands of Time
At RIT’s makerspace you’re free to design, test, tinker, and build. Hatch utilizes The Construct to create 3D-printed mannequin hands for Genesee Country Village & Museum's 19-century clothing exhibit.
Evoking Emotion Through Music
A difficult task to accomplish, yet a joy to teach, Kruger enjoys composing for visual mediums. As chair of the Department of Performing Arts and Visual Culture, Krugar focuses on enhancing a scene with music while keeping the audience immersed in the medium.
Nearly 30 faculty and staff members from RIT’s College of Liberal Arts have volunteered to help their colleagues run errands, walk their dogs or just offer a voice of support during this period of social distancing.
Many RIT faculty, students, staff and alumni are among the collaborations here and across the nation, providing expertise to improve or create much-needed equipment and protective gear for medical personnel fighting the Coronavirus.
Intersections: The RIT Podcast, Ep. 34: Studying history is more than poring over textbooks and old documents. History Professor Richard Newman and humanities Professor Lisa Hermsen talk about place-based learning, which gets students into the community to experience where the history happened.
RT @RITtigers: “Our job, as a society, it to make the best of this time alone, together." Thomas Kinsman, a lecturer of computer science in @RITGolisanoCCIS, shared some thoughts with his students on making the best of the coronavirus quarantine.
Mar 31RIT Liberal Arts Retweeted @RITtigers
RT @RITtigers: If you're missing campus, we can help you add a little bit of #RIT to your online meetings and classes. We made some Zoom backgrounds for you. For the entire collection & instructions on setting a background, visit: t.co/skrOW4oXLot.co/roubnf9KCy
Mar 30RIT Liberal Arts @rit_liberalarts
Registration for Fall 2020 opens today! Check your enrollment appointment time in SIS, and contact your Academic Advisor if you have any questions.
Mar 27RIT Liberal Arts Retweeted @RITtigers
RT @RITtigers: We know these are uncertain times, but the uncertainty will ebb, & life will return to normal. RIT plans to have campus open as soon as possible. It is important that you register for fall classes as you normally would. Registration opens Monday t.co/bFJ4BMExYf
Mar 27RIT Liberal Arts @rit_liberalarts
Sometimes, when things are hard, people just need to hear that they're doing a good job. So here it is: YOU ARE DOING A GOOD JOB. Students, faculty, staff. Everyone. #tigerpride#RIT