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RIT names dean for Golisano College

Rochester Institute of Technology has named its first female dean of the B. Thomas Golisano College of Computing and Information Sciences.

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RIT leads $1.6 million NIH-funded study

Rochester Institute of Technology is leading a $1.6 million National Institutes of Health-funded study designed to improve a quality-of-life measure for the deaf and hard of hearing.

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Faculty have learned to embrace online courses

When Jennie Schaff began teaching online courses 15 years ago, she felt like a fish swimming upstream. Few of her colleagues had warmed up to the idea, and some insisted that doing so would be an affront to pedagogy. “Now ...

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E-learning ventures proving to be a draw for students

Monroe Community College has a new foothold in Iraq. The college’s growing slate of online courses has pulled in new students from across the state and even across the globe, earning recognition for a number of courses, including the only ...

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RIT to increase tuition

The cost of an undergraduate education is increasing for students next year at Rochester Institute of Technology.

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Area graduate schools among best

U.S. News & World Report released its rankings of the 2017 best graduate schools for business, engineering, medical and nursing programs. The Rochester area boasts four institutions on the lists. The University of Rochester was named in six categories: 39th, ...

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RIT rises among game design schools

Rochester Institute of Technology has moved up the ranks as a school with one of the top video game design programs in the world, as listed by the Princeton Review. RIT’s game design and development program was ranked third at ...

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Area colleges among best graduate schools

U.S. News & World Report released its rankings of the 2017 best graduate schools for business, engineering, medical and nursing programs.

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RIT climbs rankings of top game design schools

Rochester Institute of Technology has moved up the ranks as a school with one of the top video game design programs in the world, as listed by the Princeton Review.

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Young Women’s College Prep to move to new site

Young Women’s College Prep, Rochester’s first all-girls charter school, announced its relocation Wednesday to a building better suited to its growing size and program needs.

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UR scientist discovers comet

A comet has been discovered by a University of Rochester scientist, officials announced Tuesday. It is the first such discovery for the Rochester area in nearly a century.

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