When Blair changed careers she realized that it is never too late to pursue your passion. Now she embraces the collaborative nature of the design process, combining functionality, aesthetic appeal, and responsible practices in her architectural work.
The Power of Architecture
Assistant Professor, Department of Architecture
Nan-Yaw Andoh teaches his students that architecture is more than beautiful buildings. It's an element that can connect and unify communities.
Education: A Powerful Tool for Sustainability
Moore is researching nanomaterials and their use in clean energy technologies. She’s sharing this knowledge with future generations, who have the power to impact the environment.
Entrepreneurial Solutions for Environmental Problems
Millette is from Trinidad and Tobago, an island nation that needs a way to manage a waste problem in a country with limited space. Millette is exploring if a circular economy can be the solution.
One of the most common methodologies for quantifying sustainability is life cycle assessment (LCA). It can give businesses, policymakers, and consumers valuable data for understanding the environmental impact of industrial processes and systems.
RIT's “Workplace Safety Plan in Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic” focuses on the health and safety of our faculty, staff, student employees, visitors, and other invited guests, and is aligned with applicable local, state, and federal laws.
RIT is hosting a virtual event to raise money for the COVID-19 Emergency Fund, Division of Diversity and Inclusion General Support Fund, and other funds that directly impact students. "Tigers Helping Tigers: An Event to Move Students Forward" will include pre-recorded performances from RIT students and student groups and will be streamed online.
We're very excited to announce our new educational newsletter for #sustainability-conscious businesses and consumers! Subscribe to get a quarterly look at our latest lessons learned, advice, and achievements. t.co/tOAAp7AxWB
This Thursday, June 25, at 7 p.m. - enjoy a live stream of performances from over a dozen RIT and NTID student groups and individuals to support RIT students during this time of unprecedented challenges. #TigersHelpingTigerst.co/726t7iAYgAt.co/QXJ5VB7V2w
We all know #plastic waste is an issue, but do you really know the numbers? Take a deep dive into the world's growing plastic waste problem and how some are turning it into an opportunity. t.co/PiFlXfyoiU
Jun 16GIS at RIT @GIS_RIT
Wasted food is a solvable problem - which is why our research center @NYSP2I brought together a group of eight restaurateurs in Rochester last year to discuss experiences and solutions. Here's what they learned: t.co/UmJL7SIuVw#foodwaste