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  • Unknown author (Rochester Institute of Technology, 1997-03-03)
    NTID is in the process of identifying new opportunities in engineering-related technologies fields, with the goal of offering at least one new degree program in fall of 1998.
  • Unknown author (Rochester Institute of Technology, 1999-04-13)
    Elemental themes of love, tragedy and justice are brought to life in dance, song and music as NTID Performing Arts presents West Side Story, the true classic musical presented as never before--in both sign language and in voice.
  • Unknown author (Rochester Institute of Technology, 1999-04-13)
  • Unknown author (Rochester Institute of Technology, 2001-02-28)
    "Age-Related Hearing Loss: Working Toward A Cure," a video produced by the National Technical Institute for the Deaf (NTID) at Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) recently earned two awards.
  • NTID (Rochester Institute of Technology, 2007-02-22)
    Dr. Peter Hauser, of the Research and Teacher Education Department at Rochester Institute of Technology's National Technical Institute for the Deaf, has received a five-year, $482,947 grant from the National Science ...
  • NTID (Rochester Institute of Technology, 2002-04-18)
    Nearly $350,000 in federal grants have been awarded to the National Technical Institute for the Deaf (NTID) at Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) for two innovative Web-based projects designed to assist deaf college ...
  • NTID (Rochester Institute of Technology, 2006-02-03)
    Jelica Bruer Nuccio, M.P.H., executive director of the Deaf-Blind Service Center in Seattle, Washington, is this year’s winner of the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) Distinguished Alumni Award for the National ...
  • McKenna, Janet (Hearing Loss Magazine, 2006-02-01)
    A Rochester, New York, family of four all received cochlear implants during one week in 2004. As “Deaf community” members, how do their experiences compare with those of other cochlear implant users? The Matchetts tell ...
  • Walter, Eric (Gates Chili Post, 2005-10-06)
    Chili’s Susan Manley’s summer rocked as she interpreted for the deaf at concerts.
  • Meyer, Karen (Chicago's ABC7 - TV, 2007-03-05)
    The demands for interpreting services for people who are deaf and hard of hearing continue to rise. There are a number of agencies in the Chicago area which provide communication services, but only one of them is owned by ...
  • NTID (Rochester Institute of Technology, 2006-05-14)
    The Postsecondary Education Network-International, a grant program based at the National Technical Institute for the Deaf, a college of Rochester Institute of Technology, has been named a 2006 Education and Academia ...
  • NTID (Rochester Institute of Technology, 2004-06-18)
    Dr. T. Alan Hurwitz, vice president for Rochester Institute of Technology and dean of the National Technical Institute for the Deaf, told deaf high school graduates that higher education and perseverance are critical to success.
  • NTID (Rochester Institute of Technology, 2001-06-12)
    On Sidney McQuay's wall is a framed, embroidered message, a 1984 gift from a former student's mother. It reads, "For his vast and always available supply of love, wisdom and patience, Sidney L. McQuay truly deserves the ...
  • NTID (Rochester Institute of Technology, 2008-01-24)
    Poetry readings aren’t always quaint recitals of rhyming text. And for the performance artist team of Peter Cook and Kenny Lerner, being in the same time zone isn’t even a requirement for them to practice together.
  • Kumar, Anne (Newport Daily News, 2003-12-27)
  • Unknown author (Rochester Institute of Technology, 1999-04-01)
    Mary McAleese, eighth president of Ireland, will receive an honorary doctorate of humane letters from RIT May 7 for work promoting peace and commitment to civil rights and the rights of the disabled. McAleese made history ...
  • Unknown author (Rochester Institute of Technology, 1997-05-01)
    Most good teachers probably can recall the moment when they decided on their chosen career. For Donald Beil, professor in NTID's Applied Computer Technology (ACT) program and 1997 Eisenhart Award winner, that "life altering" ...
  • Unknown author (Rochester Institute of Technology, 1997-05-01)
    Most good teachers probably can recall the moment when they decided on their chosen career. For Donald Beil, professor in NTID's Applied Computer Technology (ACT) program and 1997 Eisenhart Award winner, that "life altering" ...
  • Mendoza, Moises (Los Angeles Times, 2006-10-13)
    Nearly 20 years ago, massive student and faculty protests at Gallaudet University led to the appointment of I. King Jordan as the first deaf president in the long history of the nation's only university for the deaf.
  • NTID (Rochester Institute of Technology, 2002-06-05)
    Rochester Institute of Technology has awarded Provost's Learning Innovations grants to two research projects related to improving learning for deaf students. Rico Peterson of the Department of American Sign Language and ...

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