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(Chief Diversity Officer in conjunction with the President’s Commission on Pluralism & Inclusion, 2009-10)
Finishing one book and starting another
(Rochester Institute of Technology, 2006-08-31)
Good morning and welcome to the academic year 2006-7. This year 2,803 faculty and staff will be working the magic that is RIT. There are 261 new faculty and staff. Will all the new faculty and staff rise so we can give ...
Teaching, scholarship, and practice: A Provocative balance
(Rochester Institute of Technology, 2005-09-01)
Good morning and welcome to the academic year 2005-2006. There are 2,749 faculty and staff at RIT, including 137 who are new this year. Will all of the new faculty and staff rise so we can give you an RIT welcome? Thank ...
The Globalization problem for inner automorphisms and Skolem-Noether theorems
(World Science, 2003-07)
We investigate the circumstances under which an inner automorphism of a ring with local units can be built from “local” information. Specifically, we consider three natural “inner” type properties for an automorphism of ...
Automorphisms of tiled orders
Let Λ be a tiled R-order. We give a description of AutR(Λ) as the semidirect product of Inn(Λ) and a certain subgroup of Aut(Q(Λ)), where Q(Λ) is the link graph of Λ. Additionally, we give criteria for determining when ...
Hereditary crossed products
(American Mathmatical Society, 2000-03-27)
We characterize when a crossed product order over a maximal order in a central simple algebra by a finite group is hereditary. We need only concentrate on the cases when the group acts as inner automorphisms and when ...
(Division of Academic Affairs, 2008-10)
(Rochester Institute of Technology, 2005-11)
Recently, a lot of discussion across academia has centered on the phenomenon of “Grade Inflation”. It was first brought to the fore by the President of Harvard University a couple of years ago when he assumed office. ...
Questions and Answers with Dr. A. Simone
The key to success
(Rochester Institute of Technology, 2005-06-02)
I am very pleased and privileged to have this opportunity to offer some remarks to this year’s graduating class. MCC and RIT are, and have been for a long time, close partners in higher education. Together we are a major ...