President’s Photo Gallery

  • Outgoing chairperson of RIT's Board of Trustees, Donald Truesdale ’87, left, hands the gavel to incoming chairperson Jeffrey Harris '75 as President David Munson looks on.

  • RIT President David Munson and Ellen Granberg, provost and senior vice president for Academic Affairs, sign a beam that will be installed in the Student Hall for Exploration and Development.

  • RIT President David Munson, second from left, poses with local artist Shawn Dunwoody, left; Thomas Warfield, director of dance in the Department of Cultural and Creative Studies at NTID; and Lolita Forsett, president of the William Warfield Scholarship Fu

  • RIT President David Munson and his wife, Nancy, pose with the Tiger Statue on campus.

  • RIT President David Munson presented  Louis Spiotti Jr., former executive director of Intercollegiate Athletics, with the Albert J. Simone Legacy Award, which recognizes a staff member whose long-term body of work is exemplary and who has contributed significantly to RIT.

  • A Black Lives Matter rally, complete with speakers, music, poetry, and other performances, was held March 27 in U-Lot. President David Munson addresses the crowd.

  • President Munson congratulates Ph.D. students during a 2021 Commencement Ceremony.

  • RIT hosted the Garth Fagan Dance company in February to say thank you to frontline workers during the pandemic.

  • RIT President David Munson introduces the 2020-2021 Distinguished Alumni Award winners. The awards are the highest honor an RIT college can bestow upon its alumni.

  • RIT President David Munson looks out at the expansive area between the Student Alumni Union and the Wallace Library that will house the Innovative Maker and Learning Complex. The building, expected to open in fall 2023, will include a makerspace, a black-box theater, a dance studio, and music rehearsal areas. Photo by A. Sue Weisler

  • RIT President David Munson helped unveil a sculpture of Frederick Douglass in celebration of the 50th anniversary of RIT’s Black Awareness Coordinating Committee on Oct. 2.

  • RIT President David Munson answered questions from listeners on WITR-FM in February.

  • RIT President David Munson, and his wife, Nancy, introduce the diverse talents of students at the third annual President Munson’s Performing Arts Challenge on Jan. 3.

  • E. Philip Saunders announces a $7.5 million gift to Saunders College of Business, bringing his total giving to the university to more than $25 million.

  • RIT President David Munson speaks at the celebration of the 30th anniversary of the Tiger Statue during Brick City Homecoming and Family Weekend.

  • President David Munson gives Ritchie a high-five before New Student Convocation on Aug. 21.

  • RIT President David Munson presented an honorary Doctor of Humane Letters to 2019 keynote commencement speaker John Seely Brown, former chief scientist of Xerox Corp. and director of the Xerox Palo Alto Research Center (PARC).

  • Officials from RIT, the City of Rochester Sister Cities Committee and Waterford Institute of Technology in Ireland signed an international memorandum of understanding in May. Waterford and Rochester are sister cities.

  • RIT’s campus in Weihei, China, held its first commencement ceremony in June, celebrating 103 graduates. The event recognized the initial class of students to earn BS degrees in management information systems. 

  • RIT President David Munson answered questions on Reddit in February during an “Ask Munson Anything” session.