In this new book from RIT Press, nationally acclaimed sportswriter Scott Pitoniak recounts the rich history and traditions of the RIT hockey program, and its rise from a humble team with hand-me-down jerseys to one of the nation’s most respected athletic programs. Pitoniak’s narrative, along with many photos old and new, brings to life the transformation of the RIT Tiger pucksters, chronicling the people, players, places and moments which enabled the men’s and women’s hockey teams to become national champions.
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The Cary Graphic Arts Collection hosted the 40th annual APHA conference from October 22-24, 2015 in The Wallace Center. An international group of attendees visited to hear various lectures and participate in printing workshops, tours, and a successful book arts vendor fair
How do you empower more consistent and integrated faculty development? In a recent interview with writer Lisa Cook of Academic Impressions, Dr. Wild revealed practical strategies that Faculty Career Development Services is using to meet the needs of RIT faculty.
In this collection of inspirational sports stories previously published in Rochester’s Democrat and Chronicle, Mandelaro describes the triumphs and tragedies of local and national athletes. These narratives go beyond the wins and losses of the game to illuminate the perserverance of the human spirit over challenging life situations.
The Wallace Center is now open 24 hours a day with Monday-Friday mornings, 3am to 7:30am, remaining open. Thanks to TWC’s collaboration with Campus Safety, this allows students to continue studying in a comfortable and safe place. Check online for complete library hours.
Co-sponsored by FCDS and College of Liberal Arts, Tim Eaton, Imagining America, and City of Rochester council members and representatives came to RIT on May 27-28. RIT faculty learned about engaged research, teaching and scholarship in a unique, collaborative way with the Rochester community