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UR receives $5 million to support business major

The University of Rochester said Monday it has received a $5 million gift to support its new undergraduate business major. The gift was given by Barry Florescue, an alumnus and member of UR’s board of trustees.

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Wegmans to award $4.5 million in employee scholarships

Wegmans Food Markets Inc. on Friday announced its employee scholarship recipients. Now in its 28th year, the Wegmans Employee Scholarship Program is awarding $4.5 million in college tuition assistance to 1,102 Wegmans employees.

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New president ready to take helm at Keuka

As Jorge Diaz-Herrera makes the transition from dean at a university to president of a college, he plans to draw on his expertise in computer science as a way to guide his new institution.   The founding dean of the ...

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Fast Start: High expectations for city students

The 31-year-old president of Rochester’s school board says a good attitude is "the most important thing."   Given the state of the district, Malik Evans needs all the good attitude he can get. The Rochester City School District has a ...

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RIT finds its new village pays off fast

Eight months after opening with hopes of becoming a central gathering point on campus and an asset in creating a strong international flavor, Global Village is paying off for Rochester Institute of Technology.   The $54 million project, with housing, ...

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Rochester principal elected to national association board

The principal of Kodak Park School No. 41 in Rochester, Marion Whitfield, has been elected to the board of directors of the National Association of Elementary School Principals, the association announced Monday.

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Graduate Degree Programs

Institutions contacted are in Allegany, Monroe, Genesee, Livingston, Ontario, Orleans and Wayne counties and grant degrees; ranked by total enrollment.

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New leader to take GCC helm in August

For James Sunser, following the man who was at the center of nearly everything Genesee Community College did since its founding may be difficult, but his background and expertise fit seamlessly with where the college is headed.   Sunser, the ...

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RCSD selects Vargas as interim superintendent

The Rochester Board of Education has selected Bolgen Vargas, a former board president and current counselor at Greece Arcadia High School, to serve as interim superintendent of the Rochester City School District.  

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RIT names new dean of computing school

A professor and department chair at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, has been selected to lead the B. Thomas Golisano College of Computing and Information Sciences at Rochester Institute of Technology.

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FluxData licenses patent from RIT

Rochester-based FluxData Inc. has licensed a patent from Rochester Institute of Technology that will help the firm with the development of a camera system.

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Corporate support drives growth at innovation fest

People at this year’s Imagine RIT: Innovation and Creativity Festival will see six giant television screens throughout the campus, broadcasting social media posts and updates they upload themselves.   The exhibit is sponsored by the Knight Foundation, a non-profit group ...

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