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Pollution Prevention Institute at RIT gets $2M

The New York State Pollution Prevention Institute at Rochester Institute of Technology has been awarded $2 million in additional state funding to enhance research, education and outreach efforts.

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UR alums give $1M to establish scholarship fund

A University of Rochester School of Nursing graduate and her husband, a graduate of UR’s School of Medicine and Dentistry, have donated $1 million to the university to endow a scholarship and support biomedical research, UR officials said Thursday.

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RCSD effort at risk

  The Rochester City School District’s $325 million plan to improve school facilities is at risk because preliminary funding needed from the city is tied up by uncertainty about whether the state will allow that money to be exempted from ...

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New FLCC program focuses on manufacturing

Training workers for jobs that involve advanced manufacturing processes is the focus of a new degree program at Finger Lakes Community College.   Starting this fall, the college is offering an associate’s degree in instrumentation and control technologies.   The ...

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RIT facility connects firms with technology

  Investing in the newest technology is not always easy for manufacturers, who may not use the equipment enough to warrant a purchase or may not have the funds available to buy.   Many companies, however, have gotten access to ...

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UR approves tuition increases

Tuition for University of Rochester undergraduates in the college and for freshman and sophomore Eastman School of Music students will increase 4 percent for the coming academic year, to $41,040 from $39,480.

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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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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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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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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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