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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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Photonics resource directory

A listing of businesses and organizations involved in photonics and optics Industry Associations and Societies American Institute for Manufacturing Integrated Photonics (AIM Photonics) Federally funded consortium uniting government, industry and the academic community that seeks to advance manufacturing technology for ...

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Schools ride photonics growth

For decades, universities across Rochester have provided students with curricula that support the optics and photonics fields. The publicity surrounding the national American Institute for Manufacturing Integrated Photonics in Rochester last year, however, has helped area schools expand their reach ...

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