RIT news & events May 13, 2005
Rochester Institute of Technology, University News Services
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Main features of this issue: Class of 2005 'caps off' RIT's 175th anniversary. Senate icon to deliver convocation address. B&L $2.5M gift creates professorship. RIT grads to become first-ever microsystems engineering Ph.D.s. Graduation schedule. 2005 College Delegates. Arriving at the RIT campus. Shuttle service and parking information. Viewpoints. Support powers RIT's present and future. NTID gets. Student filmmakers present their best at show. Academy Awards hopefuls. Tending to the Earth. Time capsule captures special RIT moment in time. Eisenhart Award for Outstanding Teaching honorees. Provost's Award for Excellence in Teaching honorees. Public policy grad student explores Kosovo. Diplomas for RIT twins, dilemma for their family. Spotlight On: College of Business. News briefs. New book sheds light on U.S. job outsourcing crisis. You get to do this in college? Cool - I'm going to RIT!. Researchers study age-related hearing loss. Ettlie earns distinctions. 'Jamming'. RPO, WXXI to hold fundraiser at RIT. Documenting the birth of a university. RIT prof heads back to on-the-job training. Two earn Goldwater Scholarships. Winning wordsmiths. Essay earns award for PTC student. Bennett Scholars recognized. Prize-winning portfolios. Alpha Sigma Lambda Scholars. Davis Scholars. Online learning awards given. Honoring dream-makers. The sweet reward of success. International student scholars. Outstanding undergraduates. Student Government awaits. Speaking with persuasion. Recognizing excellence. Viewpoint. True school spirit starts with students. Largest career fair guides students to the workplace. Annual SAC walk-through. State funds CIMS outreach. An insider's view of Mammoth Cave. Hospitality major spends final quarter studying in Croatia. New technology 'sums up' page design and style. Remote sensing used to study otters. Postcards show 'then and now'. Homecoming for publishing patriarch. RIT supercomputer studies black holes. Scoring another one for Hunter's team. 'Gateway to RIT' getting new look. Taking the road less traveled. Simone chosen as Rochester 'power player'
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