A team of RIT students won the Grand Prize at RPI’s GameFest 2024 for developing the video game Mushroom Kid’s Big Grass ...
A third national title in four years proved not to be in the cards Sunday for RIT’s men’s lacrosse team. The Tigers dropped ...
Rochester Institute of Technology researchers had their paper on the spread and flow of soil contaminants published on the ...
Anne Zachmeyer retires after 37 years at RIT, reflecting on a career filled with international programs, cherished memories, ...
Kim Shearer, director of operations in RIT’s Golisano College of Computing and Information Sciences, will retire after five ...
Rochester Institute of Technology is offering a groundbreaking partnership with Synapse Virtual Production (Synapse VP) to ...
That Damn Goat,’ the video game developed by students and faculty in RIT’s MAGIC Spell Studios, is now available on the ...
Conducting hands-on research was a hallmark of the time Mikkael Lamoca ‘24 (biomedical engineering), ‘24 MS (science, technology, and public policy) spent at RIT. A Fulbright award presents him a new ...
An important space for RIT students who are military-affiliated, veterans, and their families, now has a name and a refresh thanks to benefactors who want to support members of the U.S. armed forces.
While sharing insights from her own transformative journey, Patricia (Pattie) Moore, a distinguished designer and trailblazing alumna of the class of 1974, encouraged this year’s Rochester Institute ...
Studying abroad can open doors to new adventures and experiences for any student. For Sarah Sabal ’24 (applied modern language and culture: Chinese option and marketing), her experiences helped ...
The road to a master’s degree in business administration has been a long one for Emmanuelle Gourene ’23 (management information systems). Gourene came to RIT from Cote d’Ivoire in West Africa. She had ...