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SUNY, University of Rochester students urged to go home as precaution for coronavirus

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State University of New York colleges and the University of Rochester will close down most in-person classes and teach the rest of the semester online in an effort to reduce the possibility of spreading the COVID-19 virus, it was announced ...

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Two Rochester-area astronomers honored (access required)

RIT's Joel Kastner

Two Rochester-area astronomers – one retired, one still active in the field – have been named to the first class of fellows of the American Astronomical Society, a new honor recognizing extraordinary achievement in the field. Joel Kastner, astronomy professor  ...

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Students get boost in job, internship searches at RIT job fairs (access required)

RIT's Golisano Institute for Sustainability, an SWBR design project, earned a LEED platinum rating in 2014 (provided photo).

If there’s any doubt that Rochester Institute of Technology is still career-oriented, that doubt would evaporate quickly at one of the university’s job fairs. The second of two career fairs for all majors this year was held last week, drawing ...

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ogilvie recognized for role in youth entrepreneurship (access required)

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dt ogilvie, Mayor Lovely Warren’s senior advisor on economic development and urban entrepreneurship with the city of Rochester, will receive the YES Entrepreneurship Service award. The award recognizes’s ogilvie’s role “in promoting and championing youth entrepreneurship and community development” and ...

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