In 1969, the Army ROTC program at Rochester Institute of Technology began with 54 students. By 1971, eight would be commissioned and serve in the early years of Vietnam. Fifty years and more than 500 cadets later, the Tiger Battalion at RIT is commemorating its golden anniversary.
Rochester Institute of Technology’s 14th annual Creative Industry Day provides companies like Adobe, Blue Sky Studios and Google the opportunity to meet with RIT’s creative talent in a career-fair setting.
Saunders College of Business hosts the 10th annual Power Your Potential Women’s Conference, which celebrates National Women’s Month and invites area businesswomen to gain insights from their peers and engage in educational activities geared toward helping women succeed.
Teams of three to five students will have 48 hours to mine a complex data set pertaining to a real-world problem. Teams will test their statistical analytic and data science skills to find the best solution.
Four alumni from the School of Photographic Arts and Sciences in the College of Art and Design—each of whom has been recognized as either a Pulitzer Prize winner or finalist in the last decade—will visit the RIT campus March 19-22 for a series of special events.
John Shea, a ceramics studio resident this year and a RIT 2011 graduate in ceramics, adds color to a piece during the Studio Arts Walkthrough inside the College of Art and Design on March 21. The annual event allows artists in the College of Art and Design to showcase their creative process in various studio spaces.
RIT President’s Report 2019
We at RIT have a great story to tell, and the first annual President’s Report is only the beginning. See why RIT isn’t like any other university.
#RIT GEAR UP and private practice attorneys from the #ROC community are sponsoring the Esquire Hour All-Star Mock Trial Challenge for 25 juniors in @RCSDNYS. They'll learn about careers in the law through workshops and a culminating tournament. t.co/m16ZTvstAb
ICYMI: A toilet seat cardiovascular monitoring system created by a team of #RIT researchers that aims to lower hospital readmission rates of patients with congestive heart failure is getting ready to begin commercialization. t.co/GtEV2rwN6Z
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