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.
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.
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.
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.
Assistant Professor Nathan Williams & doctoral student Sherralyn Sneezer talk about their research that aims to help identify #energy sovereignty pathways in #NativeAmerican communities. t.co/wn0HXJB7gk
Sep 30GIS at RIT Retweeted @RITtigers
RT @RITtigers: In a recent @sciam article Prof. @CallieBabbitt of @GIS_RIT discusses the potential impact of the EU's newly proposed regulation requiring phones and other small electronics to switch to USB-C would have on the electronic waste stream.
We've been awarded $1.1M in CARES Act funding from the @US_EDA! This funding will go toward helping small and mid-sized manufacturers in Upstate New York leverage #Industry40 to recover from the economic impact of #COVID19. t.co/kMH7AIXhaW
Sep 23GIS at RIT @GIS_RIT
#EmployeeSpotlight: Meet Mike Thurston! Mike’s role at GIS spans over 20 years—his work has made the institute a fulcrum for change in advanced manufacturing. Fun fact: Mike is really into music. He has a large vinyl collection and enjoys singing and playing guitar! t.co/lomu3WFWA6
Sep 22GIS at RIT @GIS_RIT
Today is #CarFreeDay! If you see more people biking and carpooling today, it's because they've taken the pledge to reduce their emissions. t.co/MUDYe374BE