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New MCC program gets NSF funding

Monroe Community College’s new Optics & Photonics Technology Innovation program, OPT IN!, has received $550,434 from the National Science Foundation to connect more high school and college students to career opportunities in the growing fields and produce a skilled workforce ...

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Founder of Girls Who Code to speak at RIT

The founder of the nonprofit Girls Who Code—Reshma Saujani—is slated to speak at Rochester Institute of Technology on Friday from 4 to 5 p.m. in the Ingle Auditorium. Girls Who Code was launched to help increase the number of women ...

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MCC theater gets $3.85M upgrade

Of all places to be deemed acoustically dead, a theater should not be one of them. That notion was the driving force behind a $3.85 million, two-year renovation of Monroe Community College’s Brighton campus theater.  The theater holds 539 seats. ...

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Nazareth to offer new M.S. business degree

This fall, Nazareth College’s School of Management will add a master of science degree in business organization and management, officials announced Thursday. The new degree will be a 10-month, 30-credit hour program designed for undergraduate degrees in the liberal arts ...

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Saunders College programs get recognition

Rochester Institute of Technology’s Saunders College of Business’ MBA and Executive MBA programs were recognized as Tier One programs by CEO Magazine in its 2017 Global MBA Rankings, officials announced Today the Saunders College of Business has over 1,000 undergraduate ...

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G.E. tour to include stop at RIT

Rochester Institute of Technology will host women scientists and engineers from General Electric Corp. on April 3 for the #BalanceTheEquation tour, officials announced Friday. The tour will start at the driveway near Institute Hall and Golisano Hall and will run ...

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