RIT in the Headlines banner January 2020
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RIT researchers turning to photodynamic therapy to beat cancer

Maureen Ferran, COS, talks about a technique to fight human papillomavirus, or HPV, with light therapy.
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Eric Hittinger, CLA, talks about changes to the Self-Generation Incentive Program.
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There’s a positive shift in the graduate culture at RIT.

The Conversation
Curious Kids: How come Donald Trump won if Hillary Clinton got more votes?
Essay by Sarah Burns, CLA

Margaret Morse Nice thought like a song sparrow and changed how scientists understand animal behavior
Essay by Kristoffer Whitney, CLA

In impeachment spotlight, dueling views of professionalism appear
Essay by Michael Brown, CLA

The Washington Post
The articles of impeachment against President Trump, explained
Sarah Burns, CLA, quoted

RIT to start study aimed at reversing Metabolic Syndrome
Barbara Lohse, CHST, interviewed

Craft in America: Identity
Wendy Maruyama '80 MFA (woodworking and furniture design), featured

Albany Times-Union
NY environmental study looks at bottle bill expansion
Report on study by New York State Pollution Prevention Institute

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