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Erez Binyamin is a third-year computer engineering student who was an intern with NASA's Jet Propulsion Systems over the summer in Pasadena, Calif. Originally from Albany, N.Y., this opportunity allowed Binyamin to travel across the country to engage with professional engineers and work on NASA's SWOT (Surface Water Ocean Topography) satellite....
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Saunders College of Business dedicated the new Dr. Philip R. Tyler Active Learning Classroom in honor of an associate professor emeritus of marketing who taught at Rochester Institute of Technology for 38 years. Pittsford resident Philip Tyler '65 (business administration) was recognized in a celebration that marked the 10th anniversary of the...
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RIT honored employees for outstanding service and dedication to the university during its annual Presidential Awards for Outstanding Staff ceremony. Awards, presented Oct. 19 in Ingle Auditorium, were given based on outstanding contributions to RIT, earning the respect of colleagues, exhibiting a high degree of personal ethics and integrity and consistently...
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Venture Creations, the business incubator at Rochester Institute of Technology, celebrated the launch of four new businesses at a graduation ceremony Oct. 17. In addition to recognizing the business start-ups, the event featured a networking reception and a keynote address delivered by 2011 RIT graduate Marty Strenczewilk, founder, president and CEO of...
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This week marks the 50th anniversary of the day RIT alumnus Bernie Boston '55 captured "Flower Power," an iconic photo that would become emblematic of 1960s counterculture and anti-Vietnam War movements. The late Boston photographed protester George Harris placing carnations in the gun barrels of a National Guard detail during an...
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Area veterans will have the opportunity to attain college degrees and enter some of the area's fastest growing employment sectors through Veterans Upward Bound, a national outreach program that will be based at Rochester Institute of Technology. The university and an extensive group of community partners, including the Veterans Outreach Center,...
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Kim Shearer, director of operations and college liaison for Rochester Institute of Technology's B. Thomas Golisano College of Computing and Information Sciences (GCCIS), received the 2017 Changing Hearts and Minds Award. The annual award recognizes efforts to enhance diversity among the faculty ranks and further RIT's overall commitment to diversity. Dean Anne...
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