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  • May 7, ck棋牌

    Intersections: The RIT Podcast, Ep. 36: The right academic major can be a pathway to a dream career. Professor Tina Lent, director of RIT’s museum studies program, talks with 2019 alumna Katherine Hensel about how her degree in museum studies led to her dream job as a U.S. national park ranger.

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    Biomedical sciences graduate balanced studies with emergency medicine

    Graduating senior and first responder Bryon Campbell spent his final semester at RIT on the frontline of the coronavirus pandemic. A New York State Emergency Medical Technician and Certified Flight Paramedic, Campbell volunteered more than 35 hours per week with Shortsville Fire and Ambulance in Shortsville, N.Y.

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    RIT graduate Peter Yeung found perfect fit within university’s deaf community

    Eight years ago, as a high school junior, Peter Yeung participated in NTID's Explore Your Future, a program that introduces deaf and hard-of-hearing high schoolers to career opportunities. Today, Yeung is an RIT/NTID graduate who has completed three degrees and has started his career as a user experience architect with the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency in Springfield, Va.

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    ck棋牌Jessica Salamone, adjunct professor, College of Health Sciences and Technology.

    Jessica Salamone wins Outstanding Teaching Award for Non-Tenure-Track Faculty

    Jessica Salamone ’99 (biotechnology), an adjunct professor in the College of Health Sciences and Technology and director of Genetic Counseling and Cancer Risk Assessment at Elizabeth Wende Breast Care in Rochester, is the recipient of this year's Outstanding Teaching Award for Non-Tenure-Track Faculty.

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    ck棋牌Nabil Nasr.

    RIT’s Nabil Nasr named to Board of Trustees at Ellen MacArthur Foundation

    Nabil Nasr, RIT’s associate provost and founding director of the Golisano Institute for Sustainability, has been appointed a Trustee by the Ellen MacArthur Foundation, formed in 2010 to inspire a generation to rethink, redesign and build a positive future through the vision of a circular economy. 

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    Research propels biotechnology and molecular bioscience student KayLee Steiner to top Ph.D. program

    KayLee Steiner knows her way around a research laboratory. Her extensive undergraduate research experience made her an appealing candidate when she began applying to Ph.D. programs. After receiving offers from top-notch graduate programs including Duke, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and others, she will pursue her Ph.D. at Vanderbilt University’s School of Medicine.

Campus Spotlight

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    Photo by A. Sue Weisler

    RIT's annual United Way Campaign kicked-off with games, an Agency Fair and the CHARITY Auction in the Student Alumni Union and Campus Center. To make an online pledge, go to http://www./unitedway/.

Spring ck棋牌 University Magazine

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Students combine technology and design to help others. Also inside: Longest-serving faculty member leaves legacy of design.

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Media Coverage

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    Essay by Maureen Ferran, associate professor in the Thomas H. Gosnell School of Life Sciences, published by The Conversation.

  • May 5, ck棋牌

    WROC-TV talks to Matthew Hoffman, associate professor in the School of Mathematical Sciences, and Ph.D. student Juliette Daily about a new study on plastic pollution in Lake Erie.

  • May 5, ck棋牌

    WHEC-TV talks to Gary Behm, associate vice president of Academic Affairs at NTID, about the barriers to producing see-through masks.

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    Essay by Amit Batabyal, the Arthur J. Gosnell Professor of Economics, published by The Globe Post.

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Eclectic entertainment groups highlighted the third annual Dr. Munson's Performing Arts Challenge at RIT. A dozen acts featuring a cappela singers, dancers, ukuleles, comedy skits, and classical music took the stage at Ingle Auditorium to compete for cash prizes.