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RIT announces 2018-2019 theatrical season

RIT announces 2018-2019 theatrical season

Four performances presenting an array of cultural, political and social issues are part of a new collaborative season by RIT’s College of Liberal Arts Theater Arts Program and RIT’s National Technical Institute for the Deaf performing arts program. read more 

RIT wins collaborative award to improve STEM ecosystem

RIT wins collaborative award to improve STEM ecosystem

President Munson to field questions on WITR show

President Munson to field questions on WITR show

newsmakers

Jonathan Schroeder, the William A. Kern Professor in Communications, co-edited with Anna Westerthal Stenport and Ester Szalczer the book August Strindberg and Visual Culture: The Emergence of Optical Modernity in Image, Text and Theatre, published by Bloomsbury Publishing in September. The book includes a chapter by Timothy Engstrom, RIT professor of philosophy, and offers insights into Strindberg as a multimedia artist whose writing is inseparable from his visual imagination and from the visual technologies of his time. This interdisciplinary research project received support from the William A. Kern endowment and a College of Liberal Arts Publication Cost Grant.


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RIT in the news

Democrat and Chronicle
Fringe Festival Day 6: Spevak reviews Aria and its combination of dance, music & media
W. Michelle Harris, associate professor, interactive games and media, featured

U.S. News & World Report
Studying Business, Engineering in College Can Lead to Jobs
RIT mentioned

FoodService Director
How Rochester Institute of Technology fosters connections through food

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upcoming events
Tue
18
Hale Lecture Series: “Critical Perspectivism: Ethical Engagement Online,” Laura D’Olimpio, University of Notre Dame – Australia, 12:30 p.m. today, Liberal Arts Hall, room A205

Division of Diversity and Inclusion Speaker Series: Janet Lomax, Minett Professor, “To Whom Much is Given, Much is Expected,” 2:30 p.m. today, SAU Mosaic Center, room 2510

Gosnell Lecture Series: “Network Competition and Team Chemistry in the NBA,” William Horrace, Syracuse University, 3 p.m. today, Carlson Auditorium
Wed
19
Speaker: “How to Achieve Sustainability in Any Job,” Mark Buckley, One Boat Collaborative, GIS Auditorium, Sustainability Institute Hall

Center on Access Technology Lecture Series: “Getting Started with Automatic Speech Recognition,” 2 p.m., CSD Student Development Center, room 1300/1310 (RSVP)

Artist discussion: Rebecca Aloisio and Alan Singer discuss contemporary printmaking, 4:30 p.m., University Gallery
Thu
20
ASL Lecture Series: “How the Eyes ‘Read’ Sign Language: An Eye Tracking Investigation of Children and Adults During Sign Language Processing,” Rain Bosworth, University of California, San Diego, 11 a.m., CSD Student Development Center, room 1300/1310

Constitution Day Lecture: Aaron Herold, SUNY Geneseo, “Religion and American Constitutionalism: From Tocqueville to Masterpiece Cakeshop,” 5:30 p.m., Campus Center Bamboo Room
Fri
21
KeyBank Rochester Fringe Festival: RIT-related exhibits run Sept. 21–22 (details)

Disabled American Veterans Mobile Service Office: Open to all RIT veterans, meet with a certified DAV benefits advocate, 8 a.m.–3:30 p.m., Unity Quad

Gray Matter Discussion Series: “The Color of Politics,” noon, SAU Mosaic Center

Open house: Learn about the women’s and gender studies program, 1–3 p.m., Liberal Arts Hall, McKenzie Commons
Sat
22
Mud Tug: Fundraiser for Hillside Family of Agencies, 10 a.m.–4 p.m. (details)

Performing Artists Concert Series: Faculty Spotlight: Fall Equinox with the Vertex Saxophone Quartet, 2 p.m., Allen Chapel
Tue
25
SOIS Lecture Series: Susan Henking, Shimer College, “Even Geeks Need the Humanities,” 3 p.m., University Gallery
Wed
26
Study and Work Abroad Fair: 11 a.m.–3 p.m., SAU lobby and Fireside Lounge

Research in Focus lecture: Ellen Granberg, provost, 1 p.m., reception to follow, SAU 1829 Room (RSVP)

Speaker: Ben Fry, data visualization expert, “Transforming Visual Representations to Enable a New Level of Understanding,” 4 p.m., Webb Auditorium
Thu
27
Brand launch: Get a sneak peek of RIT’s new brand, with giveaways, refreshments, 3D demonstrations and more, 3–6 p.m. Sept. 27, President Munson to speak at 4 p.m., SAU Fireside Lounge
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