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    • AT&T Foundation supports training on working with deaf people in Austin 

      Unknown author (Rochester Institute of Technology, 1997-01-07)
      AT&T Foundation supports training on working with deaf people in Austin The AT&T Foundation is sponsoring employer outreach programs across the United States with a $50,000 grant to the National Technical Institute for ...
    • Sunshine Too: On the Road to Appalachia 

      Unknown author (Rochester Institute of Technology, 1997-02-03)
      Sunshine Too: On the road to Appalachia One of the most important missions of Sunshine Too, the acclaimed touring theatre company sponsored by the National Technical Institute for the Deaf (NTID), is to reach out to ...
    • NTID's explore your future program 

      Unknown author (Rochester Institute of Technology, 1997-02-04)
      Summer plans for high school juniors: NTID's Explore Your Future program Deaf and hard-of-hearing students in their junior year of high school who want to learn about the challenges and requirements of a college education ...
    • NTID selects Jelica Nuccio as 1997 Lyon Lecturer 

      Unknown author (Rochester Institute of Technology, 1997-02-06)
      NTID selects Jelica Nuccio as 1997 Lyon Lecturer The National Technical Institute for the Deaf (NTID), a college of Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT), recently named Jelica Nuccio, a 1988 RIT alumna, as the 1997 ...
    • DPG award of excellence 

      Unknown author (Rochester Institute of Technology, 1997-03-01)
      The Deaf Professional Group (DPG) Award of Excellence (AoE) is presented annually to a hearing member of the NTID/RIT professional community. This award was established as a means of recognizing our colleagues for their ...
    • NTID to implement Middle States recommendation 

      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.
    • Deaf athletes from RIT anchor U.S. hopes for gold at Copenhagen World Games 

      Unknown author (Rochester Institute of Technology, 1997-03-21)
      A mother load of gold on Scandinavian athletic fields this summer awaits American deaf athletes. Several deaf athletes from the National Technical Institute for the Deaf (NTID), a college of Rochester Institute of Technology ...
    • Dean of the National Technical Institute for the Deaf to step down in 1998 

      Unknown author (Rochester Institute of Technology, 1997-03-25)
      After twelve years as dean of the National Technical Institute for the Deaf (NTID), a college of Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT), James J. DeCaro, Ph.D., announced today that he will leave the deanship on June 30, 1998.
    • NTID student awarded for accomplishments 

      Unknown author (Rochester Institute of Technology, 1997-03-25)
      Adam Brownfeld, a fourth-year student at the National Technical Institute for the Deaf, a college of Rochester Institute of Technology, has earned first place in the student category of the 2005 Oticon Focus on People Award.
    • Illustration student wins honorable mention in USA TODAY 

      Unknown author (Rochester Institute of Technology, 1997-04-01)
      Ethan Sinnott, an outgoing, ebullient person on his way to "renaissance man" status with his embrace of the world and its diverse people, has won an Honorable Mention in USA TODAY's annual All-USA College Academic Team ...
    • NTID and county DOT work together to produce guide for boat operators 

      Unknown author (Rochester Institute of Technology, 1997-04-03)
      NTID, in conjunction with the Monroe County, New York, Department of Transportation, has produced an instructional guide for boat operators at no cost to county taxpayers.
    • Student's outreach to deaf crosses borders 

      Unknown author (Rochester Institute of Technology, 1997-04-03)
      Miguel Aguayo, senior social work student from Chicago who became deaf at age 14, serves as a regional director for the Association of Late Deafened Adults. His role is to answer questions and inquiries from the members ...
    • Notetakers awarded for professionalism 

      Unknown author (Rochester Institute of Technology, 1997-04-03)
      Four students have received the Notetaker Recognition Award from NTID, presented twice yearly to notetakers who receive high evaluations from deaf students they serve in class.
    • Raising and educating a deaf child: A comprehensive guide to the choices, controversies, and decisions faced by parents and educators 

      Marschark, Marc (Oxford University Press, 1997-05-01)
      Anyone who has a deaf child, has taught one, worked with one, or been one understands the kinds of challenges involved in growing up deaf. Like parents of any child who has special needs, parents of a deaf child want ...
    • Four receive outstanding service award from NTID national advisory group 

      Unknown author (Rochester Institute of Technology, 1997-05-01)
      Four faculty and staff members--Hugh Anderson, Karen Barrows, Mark Benjamin, and Ed Lichtenstein--received NTID's National Advisory Group's Outstanding Service Award May 8.
    • NTID pluralism award 

      Unknown author (Rochester Institute of Technology, 1997-05-01)
      The NTID Pluralism Award is an annual award presented by the Vice President for NTID to recognize the contributions of an NTID individual or unit whose actions promote pluralism at NTID and the rest of RIT. Pluralism is ...
    • Four receive outstanding service award from NTID national advisory group 

      Unknown author (Rochester Institute of Technology, 1997-05-01)
      Four faculty and staff members--Hugh Anderson, Karen Barrows, Mark Benjamin, and Ed Lichtenstein--received NTID's National Advisory Group's Outstanding Service Award May 8.
    • RIT presidential medallion 

      Unknown author (Rochester Institute of Technology, 1997-05-01)
      Dr. Ralph Hoag was presented the Presidential Medallion by Dr. Albert Simone, president of RIT, May 8 for his long association with NTID, his service as staff director of the original National Advisory Board that oversaw ...
    • NTID faculty and staff members recognized by NSC 

      Unknown author (Rochester Institute of Technology, 1997-05-01)
      At a recent banquet, the NTID Student Congress (NSC) recognized the contributions and commitment of several faculty and staff members.
    • Professor Donald Beil; NTID applied computer technology program, 1997 Eisenhart winner 

      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" ...