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RIT publishes journal on game design

Rochester Institute of Technology has published a peer-reviewed journal on the art, craft and science of game design, the university announced Friday.

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Feeling heat as an agent of change

Jean-Claude Brizard wants to get parents in the city angry, but right now what he needs is comfort.   The superintendent of the Rochester City School District can find that comfort on the wall of his office, hidden in a ...

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Finding his niche at RIT

Rochester Institute of Technology is in a whirl of expansion, and Rob Dermody is glad he’s along for the ride.   In what he describes as his dream job, Dermody, 28, is a development officer for RIT’s Office of Development. ...

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Private Schools

Information was provided by individual private schools in Monroe County that responded to an e-mail or fax survey; ranked by total enrollment.

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N.Y. OKs program at RIT

  After nearly three decades of discussions with local architects, Rochester Institute of Technology will add a master’s- level architecture program this fall with a focus on sustainability. It will be the first of its kind in the nation, officials ...

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Keuka College taps RIT
dean as next president

Keuka College has selected Jorge Díaz-Herrera, dean of the B. Thomas Golisano College of Computing and Information Sciences at Rochester Institute of Technology, to be its new president, the college’s board of trustees announced at its winter meeting in Rochester.

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Chapter aims to keep future CFOs, CEOs here

  Students interested in careers as financial executives tend to become the chief financial officers and chief executives of the future, and Financial Executives International’s Rochester chapter is doing all it can to keep those students in the area after ...

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Growth sector

Private colleges and universities in the Rochester area contribute $4.1 billion to the economy, a study from the Commission on Independent Colleges and Universities has found.   The number shows growth of nearly 25 percent in the past five years ...

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Older students return to classrooms to add new skills

Older students are coming back to classrooms, driven by job losses and the need to boost their value as employees during a time of widespread unemployment.   "We see more career changers and adult learners than years ago," says Jose ...

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Q4: Daan Braveman, president, Nazareth College of Rochester

Q: Last week, the board of directors of Nazareth College of Rochester voted to proceed with construction of a $30.5 million Integrated Center for Math and Science. What will be included in the facility? A: The 74,000-square-foot, LEED-certified building will ...

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Nazareth College OKs construction of $30.5M building

Nazareth College of Rochester is moving forward with the construction of a $30.5 million Integrated Center for Math and Science on its campus after board members voted to approve the project.

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UR moving forward on College Town plans

The University of Rochester has a developer in place and is moving on to the next phase of planning for a proposed college town along Mt. Hope Avenue, university officials said Tuesday.

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Schools see path to cut costs via shared resources

Local colleges and universities are exploring ways to control the rising cost of higher education through more collaboration and shared services, projects that could lead to a more formal consortium for sharing resources. Ninety-two representatives from the 16-member Rochester Area ...

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