Noah Van Sciver, an Ignatz award-winning graphic novelist and illustrator, will discuss his work across genres in comics on March 26, and Kriota Willberg will discuss her new book, Draw Stronger: Self-Care for Cartoonists and Visual Artists, and her work across media in graphic medicine on April 4.
Jackie “Queen of Versailles” Siegel ’89 (computer engineering technology) will be at the RIT Joseph Lobozzo Alumni House 3-5 p.m. Friday, March 29, to host a book signing, discussion and reception for her newly released book, Victoria’s Voice, which tells the story of Siegel’s late daughter and her struggle with drug use.
RIT will debut a new short film to be used as a tool for promoting dialogue on diversity and inclusion. Brick by Brick, presented by RIT Diversity Theater, premieres at 11 a.m. on Thursday, March 28, in Wegmans Theater at MAGIC Spell Studios.
As The Benjamin Forman Collaborative Research Professorship, Victor Perotti acts as a facilitator for research alliances that benefit students and faculty that find value in building a portfolio around unique interdisciplinary partnerships.
Fences, the American play written by August Wilson, will be presented next month by the Performing Arts department of RIT’s National Technical Institute for the Deaf. Shows will run at 7:30 p.m. April 11-13, and 2 p.m. April 14, in Panara Theatre, Lyndon Baines Johnson Hall, on the RIT campus.
Four alumni from the School of Photographic Arts and Sciences, each of whom has been recognized as either a Pulitzer Prize winner or finalist in the last decade, presented a program at the RIT City Art Space. From left, Edmund Fountain '03 (2010 finalist); David Carson '94 (2015 winner); David Wallace '01 (2018 winner); and Paula Bronstein '78 (2011 finalist) visited the RIT campus for a series of special events from March 19-22. The events were organized by the College of Art and Design's four-time Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer William Snyder, professor and photojournalism undergraduate program director.
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.
Student Spotlight: Fourth-year business management and international and global studies double major Kevin Mejia earned an invitation to the fifth annual @diversityntwk Global Student Leadership Summit earlier this month in Boston. t.co/sLpW5TtTn6#RIT