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.
RIT Associate Professor Suzanne O’Handley has been selected by the Council on Undergraduate Research and the Goldwater Scholarship Foundation as the 2019 CUR-Goldwater Scholars Faculty Mentor Awardee. O’Handley, a faculty member in RIT’s School of Chemistry and Materials Science, was chosen from 10 finalists for her considerable achievements as a dynamic scholar, teacher and mentor.
Three artists whose works have been shaped by family, faith and overcoming hardships are the focus of the “Three Masters: Hidden Gems” exhibit at the Joseph F. and Helen C. Dyer Arts Center at NTID. The show runs through April 20.
The RIT Concert Band is an ensemble comprised of wind instruments that performs a variety of works including the Sousa marches, British Band literature, Broadway music, the latest compositions, and much more. The band typically performs several times each semester.
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 will host the third annual DataFest, a data hackathon for undergrad. students in #ROC sponsored by @AmstatNews, from March 29-31. Teams of three to five students will have 48 hours to mine a data set pertaining to a real-world problem. t.co/whrUGeCMxS
We partnered with @RITBehindBricks to put together a "Most #RIT Thing" bracket! Each day this week, head over to our Instagram Stories at @rittigers to vote and make sure your favorite advances. We'll ultimately crown a winner based on your votes! t.co/lBZyOng5Dj
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More than 100 students, faculty, alumni and staff will travel to San Francisco this week for the 2019 @Official_GDC event. Attendees will get to test out four games created at #RIT when they visit the @RITMAGIC booth. t.co/YsEcTALnr8