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We help students connect with each other and the people they need to know at RIT to ensure they have the best experience possible.
We lead by guiding others along with us to further the impact of our advocacy.
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RIT’s student-run radio station broadcasts to the Rochester community and streams worldwide. Nate, WITR’s music director, appreciates that RIT has a place where people who love music can bond over their passion and share that connection over the airwaves.
A spit take
Guy’s biomedical science research is analyzing microbes linked to cardiac disease. She’s hoping to keep the population healthy one vial of saliva at a time.
The power of music
Jasen is a physician assistant major and the music director for RIT Players. She is applying her passion for music to research that studied how music can reduce pain and anxiety in pediatric patients.
The nutrition is an ever-changing field where knowledge is always evolving. Professor Ruder enjoys watching her students question what they know as they use hands-on experiences to contribute to future nutritional guidelines.
Lucie Le Scolan came to RIT from Rennes, France, on a study abroad trip last fall as a graduation requirement for her former school. Once she completed her five-year engineering diploma, she decided to return to RIT for her master’s degree in engineering management.
Saunders Distinguished Professor Dr. dt ogilvie offers her students a chance to create their own businesses with only a ten-dollar budget. With a little entrepreneurship, Caleb Wheelock was able to turn this project into a productive non-profit.
A special partnership between RIT and the Rochester City School District and charter schools has primed the Class of 2020 for success through a college and career readiness program that began six years ago, when the cohort was in middle school, and has now reached its culminating year.