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McQuaid to break ground on $16M facility

Groundbreaking is set for Thursday at the campus of McQuaid Jesuit High School in Brighton for construction of a $16 million facility for science, technology, engineering and math.

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RIT buys liquid metal 3D printing system

Rochester Institute of Technology has purchased its first liquid metal 3D printing system from Buffalo-based Vader Systems LLC, officials announced Tuesday.

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ROC Future’s school report card to be issued

Reports cards can evoke dread, but when ROC the Future issues its annual State of Our Children assessment next week, many in the community will be eager to learn from its insights. “To me, the report card is like the ...

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NTID at RIT plans job fair

Rochester Institute of Technology’s National Technical Institute for the Deaf hosted recruiters from Rochester and across the country Wednesday at its 16th annual job fair.

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Educational coaching helps business leaders stay ahead

Management is the most noble of professions if it’s practiced well. No other occupation offers as many ways to help others learn and grow, take responsibility and be recognized for achievement, and contribute to the success of a team.  —Clayton Christensen ...

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Stay fit, plan ahead, say experts on aging

Everybody ages. How you prepare for your senior years—physically, financially and emotionally—is central to aging successfully, experts say. “People have phobias with regards to looking older,” says Heather Nichting, physical therapist and owner of Regain Physical Therapy.  People are often ...

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Older divorcing couples face unique issues

Al and Tipper Gore made headlines in 2010 when, after 40 years of marriage and four grown children, they went their separate ways. The Gores remain separated, but many of their peers follow through with divorce. For a variety of ...

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Limited privacy for donor information in New York

The New York attorney general recently prevailed in the federal court of the Southern District of New York against Citizens United and its charitable arm, Citizens United Foundation, in requiring disclosure of donor information as a condition of soliciting financial ...

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Learning to innovate

(Photo by Kimberly Simpson) An alert system to keep drivers from falling asleep and a card game that just won licensing from Hasbro Inc. and is selling on Amazon.com are creations of student entrepreneurs at Rochester Institute of Technology. The ...

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