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.
Architecture Is Awesome
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.
You do what? From accountant to the stars to sustainable chocolate producer, RIT alumni have some pretty cool careers. Read about Berlyn Hubler ’16 MS (sustainable systems), tribal program coordinator for GRID Alternatives, a nonprofit organization that installs solar power systems and provides job training for underserved communities.
About a third of all food in the United States never gets eaten. The result is an estimated $218 billion loss to the U.S. economy each year, an enormous toll on the environment, and a missed opportunity to feed food-insecure communities.
This summer the #RIT Dining team brought a hydroponic farm to campus. The farm uses innovative climate control technology and growing equipment to create the perfect growing environment 365 days a year, regardless of geographic location. t.co/Zr6r6LT4Lf
"If being 'cool' can be equated with 'cutting edge,' then RIT’s Golisano Institute for Sustainability is the epitome of coolness."
Check out RBJ's feature on us as one of Rochester's coolest spaces! #RITt.co/2uoI9UibLo
Students are getting hands-on experience in scientific research early in their academic careers through #RIT's Inclusive Excellence Summer Research Fellowship program. t.co/EVffosVBbR
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RT @RITtigers: “Now that you have your dream written down and folded into a plane, I want you to let your innovative and creative spirit soar by letting your dream fly.” @RITProvost#RITt.co/S6JXj82ah8
Aug 21GIS at RIT @GIS_RIT
iPhones of the future may be made out of pieces of your old iPhone to decrease reliance on an increasingly complex mix of rare-earth materials and precious metals. Our own @CallieBabbitt talks to Fortune about the #ewaste issue.