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  • April 19, 2021

    Photo by A. Sue Weisler

    A class of MBA students in Saunders College of Business packaged and delivered hygiene kits to Willow Domestic Violence Shelter last week.

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Students combine technology and design to help others. Also inside: Longest-serving faculty member leaves legacy of design.

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  • April 20, 2021

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    Bright Spot: A helpful lesson  

    WHAM-TV features Assistant Professor Emi Moriuchi’s MBA students, who assembled personal hygiene kits to the Willow Domestic Violence Shelter.

  • April 15, 2021

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    Advances in Deaf Education  

    Inside Higher Ed interviews Miriam Lerner, interpreter; Keith Cagle, chair, Department of ASL and Interpreting Education; students Marshall Hurst and Zee Chuan; and Kristi Love, interpreter and director, Randleman Program, about technical and discipline-specific sign language and the important role of interpreters of color.

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The RIT community embodies perseverance, resilience, strength, and grit. We successfully completed in-person instruction this fall without having to suspend or cancel classes due to coronavirus outbreaks. How did we do it? With the help of the entire RIT community. The list of kudos and accolades are immeasurable. But essentially, we were RIT ready. And we’ll stay RIT ready moving forward. Thank you for the efforts you've made, and will continue to make.

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