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  • December 12, 2019

    'large and small satellite dishes.'

    RIT and IAR observe pulsars for the first time from South America

    A new paper published in Astronomy and Astrophysics outlines how a team from RIT and the Insituto Argentino de Radioastronomía (IAR) upgraded two radio telescopes in Agrentina that lay dormant for 15 years in order to study pulsars, rapidly rotating neutron stars with intense magnetic fields that emit notably in radio wavelengths.

  • December 12, 2019

    'Graduting students wearing caps and gowns give thumbs-up.'

    RIT joins the nationwide college completion initiative Degrees When Due

    RIT is among the colleges and universities from 20 states that are participating in the Degrees When Due initiative, which aims to reach the nearly 4 million near-completers and uncredentialled completers in the United States who stopped college for financial reasons, family obligations or a variety of other reasons. By joining the initiative, RIT will learn best practices in degree reclamation and provide targeted support while re-engaging students who have paused, or “stopped out,” their studies.

  • December 6, 2019

    'Jeanne Christman.'

    RIT receives funding for Engineering Technology Scholars

    The National Science Foundation awarded RIT’s College of Engineering Technology nearly $1 million to fund 36 scholarships for economically disadvantaged, academically talented students and to develop faculty programming to improve engineering technology education.

  • December 6, 2019

    'Group of seven people.'

    RIT students win first place in thrill design competition

    The coaster contest was a thrill ride for RIT’s Theme Park Enthusiasts student group at the annual Ryerson Invitational Thrill Design Competition. For the second time since the competition began, the club won first place overall at the competition.

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  • December 12, 2019

    Photo by A. Sue Weisler

    Students from Gates Chili High School were on campus for an informational tour this week. They stopped for a photo at the iconic Tiger Statue.

Winter 2020 RIT University Magazine

University Magazine cover featuring man reaching for top of a Warped Wall.

The latest issue of RIT University Magazine includes stories on the RIT's wellness offerings and how employers keep RIT's curriculum forward-looking.

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