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Jessica was only 27 when she was diagnosed with cancer. Working with RIT Press, she has been able to share her candid medical journey.

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As Jessica Kramer has discovered, a volunteer experience can impact the volunteer as much as those who are helped.

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For Josh Owens, making the right connections has helped him communicate his students’ achievements, build his brand, and even have a little fun!

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A co-op at a company as large as JetBlue can be downright scary. But thanks to his prior experience, Tyler Ashlin nailed it.

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Museum studies students Allison Thompson and Jean Pietrowski never imagined they would have the opportunity to curate an exhibit on their own.

News & Highlights

Frozen in Time: The History of RIT Hockey

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.

Writing Commons Designed by Students for Students

An ethnographic study conducted by three interior design students guided the redesign of the Writing Commons on the first floor by deconstructing the process of how people work. The students presented their work at the Interior Design Educators Council Conference and a Grand Reopening Celebration was held in the space in October 2016.

In the News: Promoting Childhood Literacy

Members of The Wallace Center staff and RIT student athletes visited first graders at John Williams School No. 5 in the Rochester City School District on November 4, 2016. After reading the book Amazing Tigers, each student received a copy of the book to take home and encourage further reading. The 9th annual Giant READ is part of a community service program led by RIT Libraries called READ: Hope in Action, a two-pronged effort that seeks to both enhance literacy and develop the awareness and possibility of a college education for Rochester’s underserved populations.

In the News: Creating a National Disability History/Archives Consortium

Joan Naturale, NTID and Deaf Studies Librarian, recently joined dozens of archivists, librarians, and scholars from around the country to promote the integration of collections and development of educational resources about disability history. The Consortium hopes to help transform how people think about history in terms of social welfare and human rights. The Deaf Studies Archive housed in The Wallace Center is a world-renowned collection about deaf culture, education, and history. 

New Center Helps Students Improve Public Speaking Skills

Students can calm their nerves and practice delivering presentations with confidence at the new Expressive Communication Center located on the second floor. Consultants assist students one-on-one with all phases of presentation preparation and delivery.


Aug 24
Teaching Assistant Orientation
EAS - George Eastman Hall (01), Eastman 01/2000
1:00pm - 4:00pm
Sep 7
Welcome Back Faculty! Free Coffee at The Wallace Center!
WAL - Wallace (05), 1st Floor
10:00am - 1:00pm
Sep 8
Your Cultural Surroundings: A walking tour of RIT's art and architecture
WAL - Wallace (05), TBD
1:00pm - 2:30pm

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