The Amazon rainforest is a unique region where climatologists have studied the effects of warming and deforestation for decades. With the global climate crisis becoming more evident, a new study is linking the Amazon to climate change around the rest of the world.
Each year, RIT welcomes nearly 2,000 students from more than 100 countries to its campus. The draw of a top-notch STEM education, along with a nationally ranked co-op and internship program and an increasing global reach with numerous opportunities for programmatic exchanges, gives students the chance for real-world work experiences and career focus.
Members of RIT Dubai’s Racing Tigers take a life-long passion in sailing, pair it with academic knowledge, and then compete on the world stage, all while working to create a sustainable future with clean-energy technologies.
RIT is set to welcome researchers and educators from across the U.S. and North and South America during the 2024 a2ru national conference. The conference will take place Nov. 14-16, and session proposals are being accepted online with a deadline of March 15 to submit.
A research team from Golisano Institute for Sustainability (GIS) at RIT is headed to West Africa later this month to facilitate an important discussion regarding the current state of consumer electronic product (CEP) markets in the Republic of Ghana.
RIT recently hosted Abel Visiting Scholar Nguyen Thi Van Anh, lecturer at Hanoi National University of Education in Vietnam. The Abel Visiting Scholar Program allows professional mathematicians based in developing countries to visit an international research collaborator for one month.