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Adam Chodak from News 8 got the chance to sit down with RIT President, David Munson. In his first TV sit down interview since becoming president, they discuss Munson's plans to help students tap into their creativity, integrate the arts further into RIT's culture and put RIT on a path to ensure growth and continued success.
This electric guitar was 3D printed in RIT's AMPrint Center. There's more to the guitar than just looking and sounding cool. Its design - using lattice structures that are lightweight, yet strong - shows the impact 3D printing can have in all kinds of industries. The guitar has even made an appearance in a performance during the Rochester International Jazz Fest.
Guitar played by RIT Engineering Ph.D. student Andrew Greeley.
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Last year, fourth-year biotechnology and molecular bioscience student Elise Walsh earned the honor of receiving the David M. Baldwin Memorial Scholarship and the Alfred L. and Ruby C. Davis Scholarship for her impressive academic performance and success. Along with her academics, she's heavily involved outside of the classroom being in Pep Band, part of the Honors Program, service chair for the Biotech Club, and many more extracurriculars. Read more below to learn about Elise's journey and the secret to her success.
As we celebrate 50 years of our Henrietta campus, it's also a good time to look back and remember our former home. Some of our alumni recently shared their memories of the downtown campus. #RIT #TBT #BrickCity50 #ThrowbackThursday
Rebecca Scales, an associate professor of history in the RIT College of Liberal Arts, has received a 12 month fellowship to study the effects of polio in France from 1920 to 1980. Supported by the National Endowment for the Humanities, she will be studying why France chose not to use the polio vaccine unlike most western countries and the consequences of that decision.
Prof. Melissa Dawson, of RIT College of Imaging Arts and Sciences and RIT Industrial Design, has developed a technique that makes a 3D-printed material that drapes and stretches like traditional fabric. She told NBC News that the day when you can print your own clothes and even shoes at home is coming-- perhaps sooner than you might think.
As part of National Engineers Week 2018 hosted by RIT Kate Gleason College of Engineering and Rochester Institute of Technology - College of Applied Science & Technology, students and faculty were able to fly drones in the lobby of Louise Slaughter Hall following a panel discussion of on the future of drone technology. For the full schedule of National Engineers Week 2018 and to see what's going on for the next few days, click the link for more information: https://www.rit.edu/…/student-…/national-engineers-week-2018
Erik Brown went on a goal-scoring binge last week and NCAA Hockey named him the first star of the week for his efforts! Here's a look at all eight of his goals. He's now second nationally with 25 on the season!
As President Munson continues his Tiger Tour in Los Angeles, he sits down with Tom Connor '11 for another episode of Tigers Talk. Connor serves as the Vice President of Creative Marketing at Walt Disney World. Before Disney, he was the senior Vice President of Programming and Creative at Premier Retail Networks, the Founder and President of TAG Media, has received numerous prestigious marketing awards, and has had the opportunity to work on both Star Wars and Star Trek.
As part of the 2018 Engineers Week program hosted by RIT Kate Gleason College of Engineering and Rochester Institute of Technology - College of Applied Science & Technology, join several regional experts in drone technology and procedure as they discuss how they are being used today and the future of drone technology. The event, "Drones: Technology, Safety, Community, Engagement, and the Future" is tomorrow, Feb. 20, from noon to 1:30 p.m. in rooms 2220 and 2210 in Louise Slaughter Hall.
A new simulation created by RIT College of Science researcher Dennis Bowen and his colleagues predicts light signals when two supermassive black holes merge. The research "provides the first hints of what these mergers will look like in a telescope."
RIT Women's Basketball is setting records and they're not done yet. That's a school-record tying 20 wins, with the post-season coming up!
What a day! We honor the seniors, win our school-record tying 20th game of the year and Jessica Glaz breaks the single-game scoring mark to cap off the regular season with win over Bard!
A huge night for Erik Brown and RIT Men's Hockey as they win their fourth in a row, shutting out Sacred Heart. The two teams are back at it at 3:05 pm today.
RIT Men's Lacrosse started their season with a solid win Saturday.
Excellent start for the Tigers, as they open the 2018 season with a 12-7 win over Ohio Wesleyan!
RIT Women's Basketball picked up their 19th win last night, and remained in first place in the Liberty League!
Tigers roll to resounding win over Union to improve to 19-5 on the season and 13-4 in Liberty League play.