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University Magazine Fall 1999; RIT The University Magazine Fall 1999; RIT University Magazine Fall 1999; University Magazine (RIT) Fall 1999

Simone, Albert; Morano, Charles
Fonte: Rochester Institute of Technology Publicador: Rochester Institute of Technology
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This is the official magazine for RIT alumni. Issued twice per year (semiannual), spring and fall, beginning in 1999.; MAIN FEATURES OF THIS ISSUE: Front cover: Jerry Uelsmann '57, self-portrait. / Honorary doctorate goes to first Northern Irish president of Ireland, Mary McAleese, on May 7, 1999. / Big Shot 1999 aims at the Intrepid, the Big Apple's favorite aircraft carrier. Coordinators for this photography project are Michael Perez and William DuBois, School of Photographic Arts and Sciences. The carrier is docked at Pier 86 in Manhattan. The event will take place in October. / RIT's Computer Science House ranks as the most wired dorm in the nation and RIT comes in as the 21st most wired college in Yahoo! Internet Life's third annual survey. / The College of Liberal Arts now offers five-course minors. / The renovations for the James E. Gleason building begin in the fall of 1999, with completion scheduled by fall of 2000. / The National Technical Institute for the Deaf (NTID) has completed its first $11.5 million, private fund-raising campaign, "Fulfilling the Promise." / RIT's invention proposals increase this past year. / Designing Guy: an RIT alumnus is the undisputed king of Rochester interiors. Arthur Vitoch '69. / Graven images: RIT photographers capture the inner and outer cosmos. Jerry Uelsmann...

RIT news & events October 23, 2003; R.I.T. news and events October 23, 2003; Rochester Institute of Technology news and events October 23, 2003; RIT News & Events October 23, 2003

Rochester Institute of Technology, University News Services
Fonte: University News Services, Rochester Institute of Technology Publicador: University News Services, Rochester Institute of Technology
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Inventor previews robotics competition at RIT; RIT dazzles Swedish royalty with international Big Shot; RIT living areas to go smoke free in 2004; Sixth annual Campus Week of Dialogue set for Oct. 27-31; Brick City Festival and Alumni Weekend 2003; Student Health mixes fund-raising with delicious cuisine; Sociologist to give AIDS talk, Oct.30; Attention: Calling all entrepreneurs; Select panel to discuss regionalism; RIT alumni saluted at Brick City/Alumni Weekend; Publications office under new leadership; Campus safety officer beats odds to serve community; Romano wins prestigious education award; Feminist themes at Kern Conference; RIT OSHA training center officially open; Originally issued in print. News & Events is RIT's newspaper of record, published biweekly during the academic year. News & Events is distributed widely across campus in print format, and is also available online.

University Magazine Spring 1999; RIT The University Magazine Spring 1999; RIT University Magazine Spring 1999; University Magazine (RIT) Spring 1999

Simone, Albert; University News Staff
Fonte: Rochester Institute of Technology Publicador: Rochester Institute of Technology
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This is the official magazine for RIT alumni. Issued twice per year (semiannual), spring and fall, beginning in 1999.; MAIN FEATURES OF THIS ISSUE: Front cover: Nancy McKee Fein '97. / They're all talking (and talking) about RIT: college rankings. / RIT--working with city schools to be in the minority-recruiting "Vanguard" and building the engineering pool: RIT joined the Rochester City School District and the National Action Council for Minorities in Engineering (NACME) in a new program designed to identify and develop engineering talent among city students. / There's no place like a new home: new student housing. / RIT's computer science majors beat MIT, UR in contest: ACM Northeastern Regional Competition. / Degrees of separation: RIT's distance learning third in nation. / Jesse Jackson spoke in February at RIT as part of the Frank Horton Distinguished Speaker Series. / Campus no-alcohol policy gets MADD award. / Nathaniel Rochester Society Scholarship Program. / Singled out: RIT Experts and their media attention. / Bushwhacking a living with the new technology: a trio of alumni and their entrepreneurial tales, featuring Andrew Whelch '92, Erin Malone '94, Derek Torrey '94. / Gadget Boy on the history and future of the internet: Stephen Jacobs...

University Magazine Spring 2000; RIT The University Magazine Spring 2000; RIT University Magazine Spring 2000; University Magazine (RIT) Spring 2000

Simone, Albert; Fandel, Susan; Maynard, Laurie; Murphy, Susan; University News Staff
Fonte: Rochester Institute of Technology Publicador: Rochester Institute of Technology
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This is the official magazine for RIT alumni. Issued twice per year (semiannual), spring and fall, beginning in 1999.; MAIN FEATURES OF THIS ISSUE: Front cover: A Startlingly beautiful Intrepid. / A message from the president. / Frederick Wiedman Jr. bequeaths $5 million to RIT. / RIT President named to New York’s Federal Reserve Bank. / Au Revoir: Ex-dormitory, Hotel Rochester, demolished Dec. 18th. / Rock the (boat) house: Rowing team claims permanent residence. / Kickin’ back: Student Life Center turns 8 years old. / Dyers’ donate $2.5 million to create NTID visual arts center. / RIT Research Corp. plays key role in UN global census project. / Singled out: Andrew Moore, dean of COLA, aims to move RIT’s liberal arts curriculum into the technology era. / First in class [Initiative]: Industry and government partners find solutions at RIT. / The Big(gest) Shot (yet): RIT photographers capture the Intrepid [Sea Air Space Museum]. / And afterwards: RIT alumni, faculty, administrators and friends celebrate after Big Shot. / Fluent fingers: Filling the communications gap—the American Sign Language and Interpreting Education (ASLIE) program. / NTID goes global: $180,000 grant for Project Inclusion—an international program promoting the improvement of postsecondary education for deaf and hearing-impaired students. / From your mouth to…: Adapting new speech recognition system for real-time...

University Magazine Fall 2000; RIT The University Magazine Fall 2000; RIT University Magazine Fall 2000; University Magazine (RIT) Fall 2000

Simone, Albert; Maynard, Laurie; Murphy, Susan; Saffran, Michael; Stella, Paul
Fonte: Rochester Institute of Technology Publicador: Rochester Institute of Technology
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This is the official magazine for RIT alumni. Issued twice per year (semiannual), spring and fall, beginning in 1999.; MAIN FEATURES OF THIS ISSUE: Front cover: Air time for RIT’s mini-Baja car. / A message from the president. / RIT scientists help uncover ancient manuscript: the Archimedes Palimpsest. / Freshman enrollment sets a record—again. / Giving them the e-business: RIT offers undergraduate degree in e-business. / Remanufacturing Center receives $3 million in additional federal funding. / In memoriam. / CIMS building to be named after Louise Slaughter. / Singled out: Frederick T. Tucker, executive vice president and deputy to the chief executive officer of Motorola, Inc. / Hot cha cha: RIT grads choose from the best—RIT graduates have their choice of in-demand careers. / Jumping over the net: RIT students co-op at NetSetGo. / Quick-Start on the internet: RIT grads create jobs on the internet. / There’s no business like show business (in Rochester): Chris Nakis and Kurt Brabbee film the movie “After Image” in Rochester. / And the winners are…: RIT engineering students employ the latest technology in designing advanced vehicle components. / Learning from a distance: The internet makes an RIT education available anywhere...

University Magazine Spring 2001; RIT The University Magazine Spring 2001; RIT University Magazine Spring 2001; University Magazine (RIT) Spring 2001

Simone, Albert; Campbell, Don; Lindsley, Kathy; Maynard, Laurie; Murphy, Susan; Saffran, Michael; Stella, Paul; University News Staff
Fonte: Rochester Institute of Technology Publicador: Rochester Institute of Technology
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This is the official magazine for RIT alumni. Issued twice per year (semiannual), spring and fall, beginning in 1999.; MAIN FEATURES OF THIS ISSUE: Front cover: Commencement celebrates individual achievements. / A message from the president. / Sloan grant fuels bioinformatics program. / Undergrad honors program beings in three colleges: Part of the First in Class Initiative. / RIT president, Albert Simone, receives President’s Award of the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators (NASPA). / IT Lab will provide increased opportunities for collaboration. / Photo School names first Kodak/Howard Bingham Scholarship winner, Gregory Boyd. / Singled out: From wired to wireless, first CIO, Diane Barbour, keeps RIT online. / RIT hosts the World Manufacturing Congress International Symposiums on Manufacturing Systems, Technology and Management. / In memoriam. / Interaction: Flight or fancy—reader response to “From the archives” in University Magazine’s spring 2000 issue. / Off to a great start: Cheers, tears, new careers mark the big moment for RIT’s Class of 2001. / First software engineering grads: 12 students become first in the United States to earn bachelor’s degrees in software engineering. / Eisenhart Awards honor teachers: George Georgantas...

University Magazine Fall 2001; RIT The University Magazine Fall 2001; RIT University Magazine Fall 2001; University Magazine (RIT) Fall 2001

Simone, Albert; Lindsley, Kathy; Maynard, Laurie; Murphy, Susan; Saffran, Michael; Stella, Paul
Fonte: Rochester Institute of Technology Publicador: Rochester Institute of Technology
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This is the official magazine for RIT alumni. Issued twice per year (semiannual), spring and fall, beginning in 1999.; MAIN FEATURES OF THIS ISSUE: Front cover: Commencement celebrates individual achievements. / A message from the president. / Sloan grant fuels bioinformatics program. / Undergrad honors program beings in three colleges: Part of the First in Class Initiative. / RIT president, Albert Simone, receives President’s Award of the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators (NASPA). / IT Lab will provide increased opportunities for collaboration. / Photo School names first Kodak/Howard Bingham Scholarship winner, Gregory Boyd. / Singled out: From wired to wireless, first CIO, Diane Barbour, keeps RIT online. / RIT hosts the World Manufacturing Congress International Symposiums on Manufacturing Systems, Technology and Management. / In memoriam. / Interaction: Flight or fancy—reader response to “From the archives” in University Magazine’s spring 2000 issue. / Off to a great start: Cheers, tears, new careers mark the big moment for RIT’s Class of 2001. / First software engineering grads: 12 students become first in the United States to earn bachelor’s degrees in software engineering. / Eisenhart Awards honor teachers: George Georgantas...

RIT Reporter; Reporter; Reporter Magazine

Dyment, Henry; Behr, Marian; Steinmann, Marion; Booth, Alexander; Becker, Seymour
Fonte: Rochester Institute of Technology Publicador: Rochester Institute of Technology
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Evening Division Announces: Defense Worker Course Scheduled for Summer (p. 1); Alumni Drive Hits 20% Mark (p. 1); Chrysler, Dodge Purchase Fords (p. 1); Baseball Season Opens April 26 with Genesee (p. 1); 1950 P&P Alumni Group Plans for May 12 Meeting at Seneca (p. 1); Aviation Cadets Must Sign in AF Regular Enlistment Now a Requirement (p. 1); Eglin AF Group Visits PT Labs (p. 1); A Little from Everyone Helps (p. 2); Invitation to a Festive Weekend (p. 2); Evening School Chatter (p. 2); Socially Speaking (p. 2); Kappa Sigma Kappa Does It Again (p. 2); Around the Institute with Al Booth (p. 2); Franklin Alumni Considered Credit to School's High Scholastic Rating (p. 3); Reviewing the Student Scene (p. 3); New Actors Play Old Roles at Franklin High School (p. 4); Taylor Marks Century of Service (p. 6); Mrs. Britt Retires From Home Bureau (p. 7); PT Group Views Color Television on Recent New York City Visit (p. 8); Area Industrial Editors Inspect Printing Labs (p. 8); Faculty and Staff Hold Kaffee Klatsch (p. 8); G.E. Hebner Named Director of Company (p. 8); Salesman’s Club to Join Research Center Project (p. 8); The bi-weekly Official Publication of the Rochester Institute of Technology and the Alumni Association of RIT. Publisher and Editor...

RIT Reporter; Reporter; Reporter Magazine

Dyment, Henry; Steinmann, Marion; Behr, Marian; Booth, Alexander; Cobb, Carol
Fonte: Rochester Institute of Technology Publicador: Rochester Institute of Technology
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Count Basie Will Play at “Mississippi Mood” This Spring Weekend (p. 1) Wrestlers Win Six Medals at Buffalo Matches (p. 8); Course Begins In “Relations” (p. 1); 160 Diplomas Awarded at Management Convo (p. 1); Alumni Council Votes Reporter Official Paper (p. 1); New Program for Photo Tech (p. 1); Evening School Chatter (p. 2); Editorial (p. 2); On the Book Front (p. 2); Production Data on RIT Reporter (p. 2); Around the Institute with Al Booth (p. 2); Socially Speaking (p. 2); Community Pride in Charlotte High Typical of School’s Spirit, Growth (p. 3); FA, Retailing Entertain Home Economics Staffs (p. 3); Reviewing the Student Scene (p. 3); Reviewing the Student Scene (p. 3); Social Programs, Scholarship Keep Charlotte Active (p. 4); Latest Data on Institute Alumni (p. 6); Alumni Fund Contributors (p. 6); Alfred A. Johns Cited by Rochester Teachers (p. 8); Service Director Plans New Deferment Policy (p. 8); Institute Gives Entrance Exams (p. 8); Wrestlers Win Six Medals at Buffalo Matches (p. 8); The bi-weekly Official Publication of the Rochester Institute of Technology and the Alumni Association of RIT. Publisher Editor: Milton L. Beebee; Imaging Editor; Robert F. Gart; Associate Editor, Henry Dyment; Photo Editor...

RIT Reporter; Reporter; Reporter Magazine

Garty, Robert; Booth, Alexander; Behr, Marian; Steinmann, Marion
Fonte: Rochester Institute of Technology Publicador: Rochester Institute of Technology
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Springtime Along the Mississippi at RIT’s Annual Spring Weekend (p. 1); Graphic Arts Program Expanded, Integrated with Research Center (p. 1); Vets Cautioned on Leave Time (p. 1); Alumni Dance Planned for May 12 (p. 1); Institute to Cite 563 Seniors at 66th Annual Convocation (p. 1); Around the Institute with Al Booth (p. 2); Editorial (p. 2); Production Data on RIT Reporter (p. 2); Senior Electrical Student Turns Photographer (p. 2); Socially Speaking (p. 2); On the Book Front (p. 2); RIT Open House Set for May 12 for All Students (p. 3); Silversmith Program Conducted by Baron (p. 3); New Approach in Type Offered by Fotosetter (p. 3); Publishing House to Print New Text (p. 3); Text, Headlines Set on Fotosetter (p. 3); Techmila Given “All-A” Honor (p. 3); Simple Yet Arduous Producing the Paper (p. 4); Institute Progresses with Home Industry (p. 5); Commercial Controls Develops Justifying Composing Machine (p. 5); Latest Data on Institute Alumni (p. 6); British Photo Book Uses Alum’s Work (p. 6); Many Concerns Add Equipment to Offset Lab (p. 7); Well-Known Publisher Visits RIT Departments (p. 7); 500 Students Enrolled for Defense Program (p. 7); P & P Class Discuss Alumni Association (p. 7); Art Directors’ Members Hold Student Seminar (p. 8); New Filter Method Devised by Kodak (p. 8); The bi-weekly Official Publication of the Rochester Institute of Technology and the Alumni Association of RIT. Publisher and Editor...

RIT Reporter; Reporter; Reporter Magazine

Witmeyer, Stanley; Steinmann, Marion; Behr, Marian; Dyment, Henry; Booth, Alexander; Wilson, James; Bense, Virginia
Fonte: Rochester Institute of Techology Publicador: Rochester Institute of Techology
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Freshmen Nine Meet Brockport in First Game; Genesee Junior College Game Postponed (p. 1); Institute Will Award 30 $200 Scholarships to County Graduates (p. 1); Chamberlain Elected to Board; James E. Gleason Re-Elected Chairman (p. 1); College Deferment Plan Explained for Students (p. 1); Electrical Guests Tour Institute (p. 1); Dr. Lewis Wilson Cited by Institute (p. 1); RIT Reporter Flag Designed by Unwin (p. 1); Maypole Dance set for May 11 (p. 1); Editorial (p. 2); On the Book Front (p. 2); Production Data on RIT Reporter (p. 2); Evening School Chatter (p. 2); Around the Institute with Al Booth (p. 2); Chem Chats (p. 2); Special Program Planned by Foods (p. 2); An Alumna’s Day (p. 3); Latest Data on Institute Alumni (p. 3); Faculty Exhibit Art, Ceramics (p. 4); Alumni Contributions Show 20% Increase (p. 4); 24 Retailing Seniors Visit NY Concerns (p. 5); High School Teachers Guests of Chemistry (p. 5); 45 Years of Progress at West High School (p. 6); Active West High is Quiet, Unassuming (p. 8); MSA Members See Ford Plant, Bethlehem Steel (p. 8); Swedish Publishers Laud U.S. Printing (p. 8); Printers Meet may 12 (p. 8); Web Press Crew head Visits Havana Plant (p. 8); Publicity Officers Named for Paper (p. 8); The bi-weekly Official Publication of the Rochester Institute of Technology and the Alumni Association of RIT. Publisher and Editor...

RIT Reporter; Reporter; Reporter Magazine

Garty, Robert; Ellingson, Mark; Dyment, Henry
Fonte: Rochester Institute of Techology Publicador: Rochester Institute of Techology
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RIT Welcomes “Open House” Guests (p. 1); Annual Fashion Show Sponsored by Retailers (p. 1); Four Tours Arranges for Institute Visitors (p. 1); RIT Men Named to Winona Staff (p. 1); Screw machine Lab Improved (p. 1); A Cordial Welcome from RIT’s President (p. 1); Senior Art Student Takes Two Honors (p. 1); Welcome to Our Guests (p. 2); Evening School Chatter (p. 2); Survey Shows Students Continued Education (p. 3); Three-Year Program Cancels ROTC Plans (p. 3); Frederick Buehler Authors Articles (p. 3); Reviewing the Student Scene (p. 4); Phi Gamma Delta Sets High Goals (p. 4); The bi-weekly Official Publication of the Rochester Institute of Technology and the Alumni Association of RIT. Publisher and Editor, MiIton L. Bebee; Managing Editor, Robert F. Garty; Associate Editor, Henry Dyment; Photo Editor, Harvey Samuels; Advertising Manager, Robert Johnson; Institute Public Relations Director, Alexander Booth.; Local businesses

RIT Reporter; Reporter; Reporter Magazine

Dyment, Henry; Steinmann, Marion; Behr, Marian; Kroll, Jerry; Comparato, Frank
Fonte: Rochester Institute of Techology Publicador: Rochester Institute of Techology
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Pat Donaldson New President of Dorm Council (p. 1); T. K. Glennan to Speak to Graduating Seniors at 66th Convocation (p. 1); Crafts, Art Schools Win Exhibition Honors (p. 1); “Belles and Beaus” Set for Tomorrow (p. 1); 1,000 Alumni Return for Annual Reunion (p. 1); Alexander Selected as Chief Engineer (p. 1); Evening School Chatter (p. 2); Editorial (p. 2); Association Formed by Printing Alumni (p. 2); On the Book Front (p. 2); Theater-in-Round Makes New Strides (p. 2); Brehm Lecture Planned May 22 (p. 2); SAC Woodworkers Travel to Show (p. 2); “King Lear” Version Given by Art School (p. 3); Cattaraugus Tour Arranged for SAC (p. 3); Crafts Students Attend Meetings (p. 3); Fire Damages Unit of RIT Building (p. 3); Latest Data on Institute Alumni (p. 4); RIT Reunion and Open House (p. 4); Unknown to Outstanding –Growth of Edison Tech (p. 7); Modern and Intensive Training Offered at Edison High School (p. 8); Chemistry Students Plan May 26 Picnic (p. 8); Barracks Devise Inter-Com System (p. 8); P & P Seniors Inspect Printing Techniques (p. 8); The bi-weekly Official Publication of the Rochester Institute of Technology and the Association of RIT. Publisher and Editor, Milton L. Bebee; Managing Editor, Robert F. Carty; Associate Editor...

RIT Reporter; Reporter; Reporter Magazine

Levy, Hope; Ellingson, Mark; Weinstein, Robert; Haber, Joan; Cayley, M.; Harnaart, Robert; Behr, Marian
Fonte: Rochester Institute of Technology Publicador: Rochester Institute of Technology
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RIT Welcomes 'Open House' Guests (p. 1); New Governing Controls Operate GE's Electric Laboratory Turbines (p. 1); Institute Arranges Tours (p. 1); RIT Alumni Hold Affair (p. 1); Report Discloses Assets; Reserves at New High (p. 1); Triangle Group Names Queen; Evelyn White Accepts Honors (p. 1); Dr. Ellingson Extends Cordial Welcome to Hi-School Visitors (p. 1); RIT and Progress (p. 2); 123 Years of Public Service (p. 2); Past Planning Pays Off (p. 2); Modern Photographic Material Result of Technical Investigation (p. 3); RIT Counseling Center Survey Shows Results (p. 4); Industry Heads Address Class (p. 4); Electrical Students Tour Steel Plant (p. 4); Local TV Attracts Electrical Group (p. 4); RIT Mechanical Students Tour Ford & Bethlehem Steel Plants (p. 4); Morrow Gets Research Dept. Post (p. 5); Educators Convene at Institute; Discuss Degree Credit Terms(p. 5); Outstanding Baldwin Students (p. 5); Get Approval on Incorporation (p. 5); National Student Meet Hears Slander Assailed (p. 6); Phi Sigma Phi Sponsors Dance; Starlite Ball Set for the Seneca (p. 6); Men to See With Reporter Articles (p. 7); Night School Enrollees Create Teacher Demand (p. 8); Fox Tackles Tough Job; Team In Double Header (p.8); Institute Secretarial Club Holds Halloween Party (p. 8); The bi-weekly Official Publication of the Rochester Institute of Technology...

RIT Reporter; Reporter; Reporter Magazine

Behr, Marian; Booth, Alexander; Dyment, Henry; Draper, Ken
Fonte: Rochester Institute of Technology Publicador: Rochester Institute of Technology
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New Need for Leadership Dr. Glennan Tells Seniors (p. 1); Witmeyer Heads Alumni Council for Next Year (p. 1); 100 Students Honored for Varied Activities (p. 1); Machine Class Visits Company (p. 1); Crafts Student Given Award (p. 1); 200 Enrolled in Program (p. 1); Barker Leaves RIT (p. 1); Map Given by Mrs. M. D. Hayes (p. 1); Editorial (p. 2); Generous Ladies Donate Time to Make Clark Union Success (p. 2); Around the Institute with Al Booth (p. 2); Alumni Fund Contributors (p. 2); New Glee Club Formed by PT (p. 2); McCurdy Co. Celebrates Golden Anniversary (p. 3); The Impressions Count If You Want That Job (p. 3); Former P & P Wins Ad Designing Honor (p. 3); Craft School Students Featured by Magazine (p. 3); Latest Data on Institute Alumni (p. 4); Handicraft Director Lauds Crafts School (p. 4); RIT Nine Sport .500 Average With Six of Ten Games Played (p. 4); Riding Club Activities End for 1950 Season (p. 5); Needs of Students Met by Madison High (p. 5); Reviewing the Student Scene (p. 5); Know Anyone Listed Here? (p. 5); Sports-Minded Madison Shows Continued Growth (p. 6); The bi-weekly Official Publication of the Rochester Institute of Technology and the Alumni Association of RIT. Publisher and Editor, Milton L. Bebee; Managing Editor...

RIT Reporter; Reporter; Reporter Magazine

Dyment, Henry; Conference of American Youth Common Cause INC.; Mahoney, Kevin
Fonte: Rochester Institute of Techology Publicador: Rochester Institute of Techology
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Institute Named For Scholarship Honoring Rogers; Joseph Diringer Selected for First Award (p. 1); Graphic Arts Division Staff Changes Effected (p. 1); Recognition Awarded Dr. Mark Ellingson As Educational Leader (p. 1); Whitney Fellowship Given to Loloma (p. 1); Retailers Find New Classroom Yields Exceptional Results (p. 1); EDITORIAL (p. 2); Evening School Chatter (p. 2); AN OPEN LETTER TO ALL STUDENTS . . . (p. 2); Graflex Marks 25th Anniversary (p. 3); Latest Data on Institute Alumni (p. 4); Aquinas Acclaimed In Countless Areas (p. 5); RIT Film Group Sees 'Sputum' (p. 5); Know Anyone Listed Here? (p. 5); Alumni Contributions Approach $3,800 Mark (p. 5); Civic Responsibilities Emphasized at Aquinas (p. 7); Israel Student Relates Experiences in Rochester (p. 8); Industrial Photography Section Nears Completion With Darkroom (p. 8); Student Council Names Officers (p. 8); Faculty Honors Dr. Ellingson, Miss Vetter (p. 8); Reviewing the Student Scene (p. 8); Article Treats Co-op Program (p. 8); The bi-weekly Official Publication of the Rochester Institute of Technology and the Alumni Association of RIT. Publisher and Editor, Milton L. Bebee; Managing Editor, Robert F. Garty; Associate Editor, Henry Dyment; Photo Editor, Harvey Samuels; Advertising Manager...

RIT Reporter; Reporter; Reporter Magazine

Steinmann, Marion
Fonte: Rochester Institute of Technology Publicador: Rochester Institute of Technology
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12 Scholarships Given To Incoming Freshmen By Board, Art School (p. 1); Visiting French Team Sees Institute's Facilities (p. 1); Men Residents To Meet Sept. 7 (p. 1); Arthur H. Ingle Gives Residence (p. 1); Registration Program Scheduled for Sept. 6, 7 (p. 1); Silversmith Workshop Opens Here Monday (p. 1); Men to Have Night Meals (p. 1); Dr. Leo Smith Named Technical Chairman (p. 1); Men's Dorms Open Sept. 4 (p. 1); Remodeling of Two Classrooms Now in Process in Eastman Bldg. (p. 2); Varsity Club Formed at RIT (p. 2); On the Book Front (p. 2); Foods Faculty In Varied Jobs (p. 2); Editorial (p. 2); Electrical Faculty Work During Summer (p. 2); Mechanical Students Placed in Co-op Jobs (p. 2); It’s a Busy Summer For Foods Students (p. 3); Adjusto-Speed Motor Acquired by Electrical (p. 3); Crafts School Graduates Class On August 17 (p. 3); Draft Information Cited for Students (p. 3); Articles Completed By Rif Instructor (p. 3); Record in Placement Set by Retailing Dept. (p. 3); Cut-off Date Passes for P.L. 346 (p. 3); Can You Supply the Addresses for These Alumni? (p. 4); Co-op Students Given Checks By Consolidated; Scholarships Presented to Outstanding Trainees (p. 4); Crafts Faculty Changes Slated (p. 4); Institute Alumni in Various Activities (p. 5); First Assembly Set for Sept. 14; Dance to Follow; Representatives Will Talk To Freshmen Students (p. 7); Marion Hall to Join Food Administration (p. 7); Mechanical Faculty In Summer Positions (p. 7); Camera Group Seeks Members (p. 7); Chemistry Graduates Placed in Employment (p. 7); Placement Good For P&P Seniors (p. 7); Special Courses Listed By Evening Division (p. 7); Lipsett Receives Doctorate Degree (p. 7); Co-op Students Earn Half Million Dollars (p. 8); Foreign Group Enrolls in P&P (p. 8); Photo Tech Faculty Continue Schooling (p. 8); Photo Tech Seniors Secure Placement (p. 8); AAS Degree Program Arranged For Evening Division Students (p. 8); Foster Wheeler Corp. Inaugurates Program (p. 8); Alumna Honored At Artists' Exhibit (p. 8); Educational Research Busy With Testing (p. 8); Photo Tech Adopts Honor Plan (p. 8); The bi-weekly Official Publication of the Rochester Institute of Technology and the Alumni Association of RIT. Publisher and Editor...

RIT Reporter; Reporter; Reporter Magazine

Budlong, Trudy; Behr, Marian; Haber, Joan; Cayley, M.; Eggleton, Ellen; Witmeyer, Stanley
Fonte: Rochester Institute of Technology Publicador: Rochester Institute of Technology
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Residence Hall Group's Cinderella Slipper Ball Draws Campus Interest (p. 1); RIT Scholarships Given Students (p. 1); R. Norton Secures Master's Degree (p. 1); RIT Reporter Staff Desires Workers (p. 1); Lettermen Club Needs Support (p. 1); Chemistry Dept. Exhibit Leads Off Celebration (p. 1); S. Witmeyer Speaks To Teachers Group (p. 1); Art Faculty's Work Shown at Exhibition (p. 1); Kappa Sig Sponsors New Platter Dance (p. 1); Editorial (p. 2); Campus Chatter (p. 2); Socially Speaking (p. 2); Cayley’s Corner (p. 2); MSA Elect Green Club's President (p. 3); Photo Tech Prestige Enlarges Enrollment (p. 3); Counsel Center Examines 318 (p. 3); Greetings (p. 3); Red Cross Bloodmobile Visits RIT November 5 (p. 3); RIT Electrical Dept. Secures New Motor (p. 3); Mechanics Hold 1st Picnic Retailing Dept. Cooperates (p. 3); Institute Alumni Degree Eligibles Given Requisites (p. 3); Retailing in 28th Year; Adds Faculty Member (p. 4); Wrestling Team Begins Practice (p. 4); Registration Good In Art Department (p. 4); Latest Data on Institute Alumni (p. 4); Copy Deadlines Reporter (p. 5); Retires (p. 5); Makes Library Gift (p. 5); OE Announces Date of 2nd Qualification Test (p. 5); Enrollment Jumps In Electrical Co-op (p. 5); Art Ely Selected For Art Award (p. 5); Groups Offer Freshmen Varied Activities (p. 6); RIT Extends Welcome To Area's HS Students (p. 8); P & P Dept. Survey Evaluates Job Data (p. 8); Check or Double Check...

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Carvalho, Vienna; Downs, Kelly; Dube, Will; Finnerty, Bob; Follaco, John; Gawlowicz, Susan; Murad, Susan; Venniro, Joe
Fonte: University News Services, Rochester Institute of Technology Publicador: University News Services, Rochester Institute of Technology
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Main features of this issue: Inauguration celebrates RIT’s legacy of leaders; RIT researcher studies deaths caused by marine emissions; Engineering student re-examines a career in the classroom; Library staff, athletes lend a hand to School #5; RIT scientists’ discovery featured in Nature; NTID partners with Sprint for youth outreach programs; RIT professor is master puzzle solver; New head for North Star Center; NTID receives $95K to host national summit; McGuinness-Clarke leads University Publications; RIT wraps up fall schedule; Originally issued in print. News & Events is RIT's newspaper of record, published biweekly during the academic year. News & Events is distributed widely across campus in print format, and is also available online

RIT Reporter; Reporter; Reporter magazine

Fonte: Rochester Institute of Technology Publicador: Rochester Institute of Technology
Tipo: Newspaper
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The bi-weekly Official Publication of the Rochester Institute of Technology and the Alumni Association of RIT. Publisher and Editor, Milton L. Bebee; Managing Editor, Robert F. Garty; Associate Editor, Henry Dyment; Photo Editor, Harvey Samuels; Advertising Manager, Robert Johnson; Institute Public Relations Director,Alexander Booth.