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  • August 3, 2022

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    RIT medical illustration MFA program awarded initial accreditation

    The medical illustration MFA program at RIT has been awarded initial accreditation by the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (CAAHEP). The award recognizes the program’s compliance with national standards and guidelines established by the profession.

  • August 3, 2022

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    New Air Force ROTC commander assumes post leading RIT cadre

    As a highly decorated pilot and operations leader, Lt. Col. Christopher Denzer brings experience in flight, technology development, and training to RIT’s Air Force ROTC detachment as its new commanding officer, a position he began on July 1.

  • August 1, 2022

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    RIT undergraduates reveal research projects at annual summer symposium

    The 31st annual Undergraduate Research Symposium on July 28 featured some of the best in undergraduate research ideas and solutions. Research proposals were featured in a series of oral and poster presentations throughout the day. Students who were unable to present their research at the in-person event can showcase their research at the International Day Online Gallery on Aug. 3.

  • July 29, 2022

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    Wayfair gifts $850,000 in servers to RIT’s Computer Science House

    When RIT’s Computer Science House put out a call for hardware donations last year, Fred Oettinger—an alumnus and staff engineer at Wayfair—got an idea. He knew that Wayfair had just what they needed. Wayfair, one the world’s largest destinations for the home, has gifted RIT’s Computer Science House (CSH) about $850,000 in server equipment.

  • July 29, 2022

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    RIT/NTID and College of Liberal Arts present 2022-2023 theatrical season

    RIT's 2022-2023 theater season will include Everybody, a morality play on death; a production celebrating Thomas Warfield’s 25th anniversary of dance at NTID; a musical on unexpected connections; a play of episodic poems on deafness, violence, and resistance; and a dance production of an extended 1970s progressive rock song.

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The Spring 2022 University Magazine is now available. Read about protectors of a diverse history Also inside: Solving the global chip shortages and cybersecurity experts wanted.

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  • August 2, 2022

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    NTID held several educational camps this summer. All were geared toward exploring different career opportunities for deaf and hard-of-hearing high school students as they begin to think about college. Explore Your Future campers went on a campus tour and gathered around the RIT Tiger Statue for a group photo.

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