WROC-TV talks to Brian Price, visiting assistant professor in the School of Film and Animation, about the movie Joker, starring Joaquin Phoenix, and the controversy around issues of violence and mental health.
RIT is partnering with 2U, a global leader in education technology, to deliver an online Master of Architecture (M.Arch.) degree. The program, which is 2U’s first architecture offering, takes RIT’s highly regarded campus-based degree online.
RIT is celebrating the 50th year anniversary of its internationally renowned collection of books and artifacts dedicated to the history of the printed word. The Cary Graphic Arts Collection is hosting a retrospective exhibition, “The Founding Collection and Beyond,” displaying pieces from the library that belonged to printer Melbert B. Cary Jr. and later acquisitions that have shaped the collection since its inception in 1969.
The New York Times features Neil Montanus '53 (imaging science), who produced many of the huge Kodak Colorama photos seen in Grand Central Terminal in Manhattan from 1950 to 1990, and interviews Wendy Marks, director of RIT's University Gallery.