Computing and Information Technologies BS
August 14, 2023
Eva Navarro López named School of Information Director
Eva Navarro López has been named director of the School of Information in RIT’s Golisano College of Computing and Information Sciences.
April 12, 2023
Sharon Mason teaches students to succeed by embracing challenges
Sharon Mason knows that her students will encounter a few zigzags and bumps in their educational journeys. She views those challenges as a good thing.
April 10, 2023
Students from RIT Croatia, RIT Dubai, and RIT Kosovo to showcase exhibits at this year’s Imagine RIT
This year’s Imagine RIT festival will have a strong international presence thanks in part to three teams from RIT’s global campuses who will fly to the U.S. to present exhibits. Teams from RIT Croatia, RIT Dubai, and RIT Kosovo won a competition to present their exhibits in the Gordon Field House.
March 31, 2023
RIT alumnus Justin Copie behind newly named Innovative Field in downtown Rochester
The Rochester Red Wings team starts its season today at Innovative Field, and RIT alumnus Justin Copie ’05 (information technology) is the person behind the ingenious new name for downtown Rochester’s baseball stadium.
January 6, 2023
Disability Leadership Scholars program aims to educate and empower
Eight first-year RIT students have been selected to become the university’s first Disability Leadership Scholars to advocate and to educate about disabilities.
August 8, 2022
Alumnus facilitates donation of 200 servers to RIT’s Computer Science House
Rochester Business Journal reports on Wayfair's gift of roughly $850,000 in server equipment to RIT’s Computer Science House. The donation was facilitated by RIT alum Fred Oettinger, who works at the company.
July 29, 2022
Wayfair gifts $850,000 in servers to RIT’s Computer Science House
When RIT’s Computer Science House put out a call for hardware donations last year, Fred Oettinger—an alumnus and staff engineer at Wayfair—got an idea. He knew that Wayfair had just what they needed. Wayfair, one the world’s largest destinations for the home, has gifted RIT’s Computer Science House (CSH) about $850,000 in server equipment.
January 10, 2022
NSF-funded study creates scholarships to help computing scholars find success
RIT received a nearly $1 million National Science Foundation grant that will provide scholarships for computing students and help researchers explore new ways to improve computing education. Sharon Mason, a professor in RIT’s School of Information, is principal investigator of the project.
December 1, 2021
From floppy disks to the cloud
In 2001, the dot-com bubble was bursting and investors had lost confidence in internet companies. Twenty years later, data has become a new currency, and people can access just about anything from their smartphones. Throughout all these changes, Golisano College of Computing and Information Sciences has evolved into the largest college at RIT, with more than 4,600 students this year. Since its creation 20 years ago, GCCIS has awarded more than 14,000 degrees—in a growing number of computing disciplines.
October 4, 2021
RIT joins with New York state chapter of HIMSS to help students start careers in healthcare IT management
RIT students hoping to enter the healthcare IT workforce now have a jumpstart, as the university joins with the New York state chapter of the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS).
June 3, 2021
Why getting more people with disabilities developing technology is good for everyone
Essay by Kristen Shinohara and Garreth Tigwell, assistant professors of computing and information sciences, published by The Conversation and republished in The News & Advance, Communications of the ACM, and NextGov.
January 11, 2021
VacSeen: RIT alumnus creates bracelet to show you’ve been vaccinated, looks to build public trust
WROC-TV talks to Ian Mikutel '10 (information technology), principal product manager at Microsoft and co-founder of VacSeen.