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A Shining Beacon
A Shining Beacon
A Shining Beacon
A Shining Beacon
A Shining Beacon
A Shining Beacon
A Shining Beacon
Edited By James McCarthy

A Shining Beacon highlights the first fifty years of the world’s first and largest technological college for deaf and hard-of-hearing students: the National Technical Institute for the Deaf at Rochester Institute of Technology. From its early days in 1968 to its fiftieth anniversary, NTID has graduated more than 8,000 alumni and has transformed the education of deaf and hard-of-hearing students forever. Seen through the perspectives of selected contributors, A Shining Beacon illuminates the multifaceted experiences of NTID’s students, faculty and staff.


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Imagine This!
Imagine This!
Imagine This!
Imagine This!
Imagine This!
Imagine This!
Imagine This!
Edited By Bruce A. Austin

Beginning in 2008, the Imagine RIT Innovation + Creativity Festival annually attracts thousands to the Rochester Institute of Technology campus where they see, learn, and interact with hundreds of exhibitions and demonstrations created by the Institute’s students, faculty, and staff. The Festival billboards innovation, one of our country’s most competitive and strategic advantages, by showing what can be accomplished when smart, talented people with diverse strengths work together to solve complex societal problems.


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Sutures and Spirits
Sutures and Spirits
Sutures and Spirits
Sutures and Spirits
Sutures and Spirits

Lejaren à Hiller (1880 –1969) pioneered advertising photography for an industry dominated by text and an occasional line drawing. An advertising and editorial photographer in early twentieth-century America, Hiller began his career as an illustrator.  He first recognized photography’s potential as a persuasive method to sell products and services, as well as illustrating magazine stories. Best known for his large and exquisitely detailed studio sets that often depicted historical scenarios or exotic foreign lands, Hiller produced thousands of photographs for a variety of clients.


Buried Treasures in Mt. Hope Cemetery

Through biographic sketches of more than 650 permanent residents of Mount Hope Cemetery, this book tells the fascinating history of Rochester, New York.

More than 200 color photographs, including aerials with a drone camera, fill the pages of this exciting history book by author Richard Reisem and photographers Donald S. Hall and Ron Richardson.


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Icarus Speaks

Icarus Speaks chronicles a love of flight passed down through four generations of an American family leading to insights about the limits of vision, teaching and learning, coping with tragedy, and the enduring value of photographs.


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Jeannette Klute
Jeannette Klute
Jeannette Klute
Jeannette Klute
Jeannette Klute
Jeannette Klute
Jeannette Klute
Jeannette Klute

The focus of Jeannette Klute’s career at Eastman Kodak Company was on new discoveries in color photography, in particular, the Dye Transfer color process. Klute adopted the laborious Dye Transfer process in the interest of highlighting landscape and natural settings. She promoted environmental concerns in her views, joining a small group of landscape modernists including Elliot Porter, who chose the new aesthetics of advanced color technology over the conventional appearance of black and white nature settings.


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Jeannette Klute
Jeannette Klute
Jeannette Klute
Jeannette Klute
Jeannette Klute
Jeannette Klute
Jeannette Klute
Jeannette Klute

The focus of Jeannette Klute’s career at Eastman Kodak Company was on new discoveries in color photography, in particular, the Dye Transfer color process. Klute adopted the laborious Dye Transfer process in the interest of highlighting landscape and natural settings. She promoted environmental concerns in her views, joining a small group of landscape modernists including Elliot Porter, who chose the new aesthetics of advanced color technology over the conventional appearance of black and white nature settings.


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Arthur Singer
Arthur Singer
Arthur Singer
Arthur Singer
Arthur Singer
Arthur Singer
Arthur Singer
Arthur Singer
Arthur Singer
Arthur Singer
Arthur Singer

The idea of painting all species of North American birds began with John James Audubon in the early 1800s. Other wildlife artists soon followed, embracing his passion and focus.  Arthur B. Singer was among one of those artists who perfected the painting skills and technique required to capture, not only the essence of his subjects, but give his art aesthetic appeal based on scientific observation.


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Introduction  to Audio Signal Processing
Introduction  to Audio Signal Processing

Audio signal processing is at the heart of recording, enhancing, storing and transmitting audio content. Audio signal processing is used to convert between analog and digital formats, to cut or boost selected frequency ranges, to remove unwanted noise, to add effects and to obtain many other desired results. Today, this process can be done on an ordinary PC or laptop, as well as specialized recording equipment.


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RIT Three Book Set

This set includes three books about RIT published in 2018, at a special reduced price:

Imagine This! RIT’s Innovation + Creativity Festival

A Shining Beacon: Fifty Years of the National Technical Institute for the Deaf

Transforming the Landscape: Fifty Years on the New RIT Campus


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