Illustration students enrich campus, city locations with vibrant murals
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From concept to canvas, RIT students collaborate to bring art to life in the form of engaging murals across Rochester ..read more
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The asymmetric response of firms to demand and cost changes: A puzzle  
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talks to Amit Batabyal, the Arthur J. Gosnell Professor of Economics and interim head of the Department of Sustainability, about how national firms respond differently to local demand and cost changes and their implications for tax policy ..read more
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RIT Associate Professor Nickesia Gordon earns prestigious Fulbright award
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Nickesia Gordon has always had hopes of using her knowledge and expertise in health communication, gender, and social change to make the world a better place. Now, having earned a prestigious Fulbright Scholars award, she will travel back to Jamaica to begin the process of establishing a graduate program in health communication ..read more
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Students will ‘live, learn, and explore’ abroad thanks to international fellowships and scholarships
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Throughout the course of the academic year, hundreds of RIT students prepare to compete for some of the most prestigious international fellowships and scholarships available. Intensive research projects, applications, essays, and interviews all play a critical role in their selection ..read more
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Mikkael Lamoca receives Fulbright scholarship to complete cutting-edge STEM cell research
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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 opportunity to conduct cutting-edge research at one of the top universities in Asia ..read more
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Graduate Sarah Sabal receives Fulbright award to pursue graduate education in Taiwan
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Studying abroad can open doors to new adventures and experiences for any student. For Sarah Sabal, her experiences helped solidify and reinforce her sense of self ..read more
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Ceramics and Illustration graduate Emma Herz Thakur travels to France as a Fulbright awardee
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Emma Herz Thakur ’24 feels fortunate that at RIT she met people who have won major grants, had their work featured in museums, and are connected with scholars from around the world. Now, she is one of them ..read more
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New graduate Peyton D’Anthony wins Fulbright award to teach in Kosovo
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Peyton D’Anthony enjoys identifying patterns and creating new connections. Those are just two of the skills she hopes to instill in her students as a teacher in Kosovo this fall ..read more
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Campus protests are part of an enduring legacy of civil disobedience improving American democracy  
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An essay written by Lawrence Torcello, associate professor in the Department of Philosophy, published by ..read more
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3+3 law program celebrates first cohort of graduates and expanded program offerings
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The path to obtaining a law degree typically requires at least seven years in higher education. However, students enrolled in RIT’s Accelerated 3+3 Law program are able to shave a year off of their journey and get a head start on establishing their career in law ..read more
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