BBC Click visits RIT/NTID
NTID News BBC Click traveled to Rochester to learn about RIT/NTID's leadership in adaptive technologies and discussed why the city is such a hub for Deaf innovation with President Gerry Buckley.
Fri, Dec 08 2017
RIT’s College of Science, NTID develop new articulation...
NTID News Qualified deaf and hard-of-hearing students at RIT/NTID now have additional opportunities to continue their studies toward bachelor's degrees in the sciences at RIT.
Tue, Dec 05 2017
Spotlight on Kendall Charles of RIT/NTID's 'The Story of...
NTID News Kendall Charles, who plays the role of the Beast in RIT/NTID Performing Arts program's production of "The Story of Beauty and the Beast," is a fourth-year computing and information technologies major from Opelousas, Louisiana.
Fri, Nov 10 2017
RIT/NTID investigating ways to enhance learning for deaf...
NTID News RIT/NTID researchers are working to improve education and provide more support for deaf and hard-of-hearing students.
Wed, Nov 01 2017
Saunders College online MBA among top in Princeton Review...
NTID News Saunders College online MBA among top in Princeton Review ranking. RIT’s graduate business school demonstrates another strong showing in new 2018 classification.
Wed, Nov 01 2017
RIT/NTID signs agreement with college in the Philippines
NTID News RIT/NTID signs agreement with college in the Philippines. The collaboration enhances a strong tradition of academic partnership.
Tue, Oct 31 2017
Researchers Study How Deaf People Learn, Grow
NTID News RIT/NTID's Center on Cognition and Language, created in 2016, is the only center of its kind in the world led by a deaf director and staffed primarily by deaf researchers.
Tue, Oct 31 2017
RIT/NTID Performing Arts presents dance and music...
NTID News RIT/NTID Performing Arts presents dance and music adaptation of ‘The Story of Beauty and the Beast,’ Nov. 9–12. The deaf, hard-of-hearing and hearing student production puts unique spin on classic tale.
Tue, Oct 24 2017
RIT/NTID Dyer Arts Center exhibit celebrates milestone...
NTID News RIT/NTID Dyer Arts Center exhibit celebrates milestone anniversary of artist William ‘Lee’ Hoag. ‘HOAG/25 Years’ runs through Nov. 18
Thu, Oct 12 2017
RIT/NTID job fair connects deaf students with employers...
NTID News Representatives from more than 40 local and national corporations, federal agencies and nonprofit organizations will meet with hundreds of deaf and hard-of-hearing students at the 17th annual job fair on Oct. 18 at RIT’s National Technical Institute for the Deaf.
Tue, Oct 10 2017
Meet NTID's Distinguished Alumni
NTID News Even though retired NTID faculty members and alumni Barbara Ray ’74, ’84 and Samuel ’77 Holcomb now live across the country in Arizona, it does not mean RIT and NTID are far from their hearts.
Thu, Oct 05 2017
RIT/NTID and EPA ink development of cooperative program
NTID News RIT/NTID and EPA ink development of cooperative program that will provide educational and career opportunities for deaf and hard-of-hearing students in the environmental sciences.
Tue, Sep 26 2017
RIT presidential inauguration set for Sept. 28
NTID News The inauguration of President David Munson as Rochester Institute of Technology’s 10th president will take place Sept. 28. For more information on the inauguration and a full schedule, go to rit.edu/president/inauguration/overview.
Fri, Sep 22 2017
RIT now among the top 100 universities in the nation
NTID News Rochester Institute of Technology is now among the top 100 universities in the nation, having jumped 10 places in the “National Universities” category, according to U.S. News & World Report rankings.
Tue, Sep 12 2017
RIT/NTID receives Motorola Solutions Foundation grant
NTID News RIT/NTID has received a grant for $30,000 from the Motorola Solutions Foundation, the charitable arm of Motorola Solutions, Inc. Through the grant, RIT/NTID will support a new initiative to encourage students to enroll in NTID’s new mobile application development program.
Fri, Sep 01 2017
RIT/NTID awarded $2.6 million for first large-scale study...
NTID News RIT/NTID has been awarded $2.6 million for first large-scale study of language outcomes in young deaf adults.
Tue, Aug 08 2017
Graduate finds strength through bodybuilding
NTID News RIT/NTID alumna Alexandra Dunek, a bodybuilder and fitness writer from Mount Laurel, N.J., is sharing her story of struggle and triumph to help inspire others who may be going through trying times of their own.
Thu, Aug 03 2017
An overlooked aspect of history uncovered
NTID News RIT/NTID Professor Emeritus and historian Harry Lang authors a book on deaf contributions during the Civil War.
Mon, Jul 31 2017
RIT/NTID selects Holcombs for Distinguished Alumni Award
NTID News RIT/NTID announces Samuel and Barbara Ray Holcomb as recipients of the college's 2017 Distinguished Alumni Award.
Tue, Jul 18 2017
NIH grants $1 million to RIT/NTID scientists-in-training...
NTID News RIT/NTID has been granted $1.025 million in funding over five years to develop a scientists-in-training program for deaf and hard-of-hearing undergraduates.
Mon, Jul 17 2017
RIT/NTID names Student Life Team director
NTID News RIT/NTID names Student Life Team director, Alumnus Marvin “Tim” Albert has education and leadership experience.
Fri, Jul 07 2017
RIT/NTID names first director of diversity and inclusion
NTID News RIT/NTID names first director of diversity and inclusion. Alumna Stephanie Smith Albert will plan, implement and manage the college’s diversity efforts.
Wed, Jul 05 2017
RIT/NTID names Gary Behm interim associate VP for academic...
NTID News RIT/NTID names Gary Behm interim associate VP for academic affairs. An alumnus of the college, Behm worked for IBM before joining the NTID faculty.
Tue, Jun 27 2017
RIT/NTID and UR host national meeting of deaf and...
NTID News RIT/NTID and UR host national meeting of deaf and hard-of-hearing scientists. The event followed meeting of deaf medical professionals at RIT/NTID.
Fri, Jun 16 2017
RIT/NTID alumnus Peter Cook joins Performing Arts Advisory...
NTID News RIT/NTID alumnus Peter Cook joins Performing Arts Advisory Committee. Cook is a poet, actor, filmmaker and director known for American Sign Language performance and storytelling.
Thu, Jun 15 2017
Dangerous Signs presents PIPPIN at Rochester's Geva Theatre
NTID News Dangerous Signs, under the direction of RIT/NTID faculty member Luane Davis Haggerty, will stage their production of the musical PIPPIN June 16 and 17 at Geva Theatre's Fielding Stage.
Wed, Jun 14 2017
Dr. Alvin C. Merritt Boyd III receives AAUA award
NTID News Dr, Alvin C. Merritt Boyd III, RIT/NTID business studies lecturer, received the Leo and Margaret Goodman-Malamuth Dissertation Award for 2017 at the American Association of University Administrators' Leadership Seminar, June 8-9 in New Orleans.
Mon, Jun 12 2017
Working Together marks a milestone of 1,000th workshop
NTID News RIT/NTID"s Center on Employment signature employer outreach "Working Together" marks a milestone 1,000th workshop.
Wed, May 24 2017
RIT/NTID students graduate with accolades
NTID News RIT/NTID students graduate with accolades. Annual awards ceremony celebrates NTID’s high achievers.
Mon, May 22 2017
RIT/NTID names recipient of 2017 Scouten Endowed Internship...
NTID News RIT/NTID names recipient of 2017 Scouten Endowed Internship in English literacy. Katie O’Dell teaches deaf students at Neptune Middle School in New Jersey.
Tue, May 16 2017
Deaf RIT graduate defines strength in the face of adversity
NTID News RIT/NTID's Amie Sankoh will pursue her doctoral degree in biochemistry.
Mon, May 15 2017
Young artists, writers win RIT/NTID’s digital arts,...
NTID News Young artists and writers from across the country win RIT/NTID’s digital arts, writing competitions.
Tue, May 09 2017
Animation Career Review has named RIT the top game design...
NTID News Animation Career Review has named Rochester Institute of Technology the top game design school on the East Coast. RIT also ranked third on the list of Top 50 Game Design Schools in the U.S.
Fri, May 05 2017
RIT is featured among ‘Colleges that Create Futures'
NTID News RIT is featured among ‘Colleges that Create Futures.' The second edition Princeton Review book cites RIT among 50 that are ‘outstanding.’
Fri, May 05 2017
Pawtucket Red Sox to hold Deaf Awareness Night Thursday,...
NTID News The Pawtucket Red Sox will host their first Deaf Awareness Night Thursday, May 11.The national anthem performance in American Sign Language is just one of many activities planned as the PawSox host the Rochester Red Wings.
Thu, May 04 2017
RIT/NTID exhibit sheds light on deaf pioneers through...
NTID News A draw for young people or anyone interested in American Sign Language and history, “Deaf Pioneers Adventure App Development” is sure to captivate guests at Imagine RIT: Innovation and Creativity Festival.
Mon, May 01 2017
RIT/NTID welcomes Freeform actor Sean Berdy to campus May 2
NTID News RIT/NTID welcomes Freeform actor Sean Berdy to campus May 2. The ‘Switched at Birth’ star will share his compelling life story as a deaf actor in Hollywood.
Mon, May 01 2017
Four named to NTID National Advisory Group
NTID News The U.S. Department of Education has approved the appointments of four professionals to the National Advisory Group for Rochester Institute of Technology’s National Technical Institute for the Deaf.
Thu, Apr 27 2017
Winners of RIT/NTID’s Next Big Idea announced
NTID News Winners of RIT/NTID’s Next Big Idea have been announced. The annual competition teams students to develop innovative products or services.
Thu, Apr 27 2017
RIT/NTID Dyer Arts Center selected to participate in...
NTID News RIT/NTID's Dyer Arts Center has been selected to participate in collections assessment program. The gallery is one of 75 across the country chosen for this art conservation effort.
Mon, Apr 24 2017
Four RIT Venture Creations companies advance to finals of...
NTID News Hz Innovations, which was founded by RIT/NTID students, is among four RIT Venture Creations companies to advance to the finals of the Rochester Venture Challenge.The winner will be selected by a panel of judges on April 27.
Fri, Apr 14 2017
Panara Forever Stamp dedicated
NTID News A First-Day-of-Issue Dedication Ceremony was held to honor RIT/NTID's first deaf professor and deaf education pioneer Robert Panara.
Tue, Apr 11 2017
RIT/NTID segment on WXXI program wins bronze Telly Award
NTID News RIT/NTID's Dyer Arts Center segment on WXXI's "Arts in Focus" program wins a bronze Telly Award.
Fri, Mar 24 2017
RIT/NTID alumna featured in Lyon Memorial Lectureship...
NTID News RIT/NTID alumna Sasha Lakshmi Ponappa will present "Finding Social Justice a Meaningful Home in Academia" 7-9 p.m. Monday, May 1 in the college's CSD-Student Development Center 1300/1310, as part of the Lyon Memorial Lectureship Series.
Fri, Mar 24 2017
Alumnus William McGee joins RIT/NTID
NTID News RIT/NTID alumnus William McGee has joined RIT/NTID as assistant vice president for Finance and Budget.
Thu, Mar 23 2017
ASL Lecture Series presentation by Dr. Roz Rosen
NTID News RIT/NTID's ASL Lecture Series presents "LEAD-K: Getting Kids Kindergarten-Ready," by Dr. Roz Rosen, member of the National LEAD-K Core Team, 12:30-1:45 p.m. Thursday, April 6 in Panara Theater in LBJ Hall.
Thu, Mar 23 2017
RIT/NTID's Robert Panara to be honored in stamp event April...
NTID News First-Day-of-Issue event for the stamp honoring RIT/NTID icon Robert Panara will take place at 10 a.m. Tues., April 11 in Panara Theatre.The public is invited to join in person or online.
Wed, Mar 15 2017
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RIT’s School of Film and Animation ranked lucky No. 13...
NTID News RIT’s School of Film and Animation ranked 13th nationally by Animation Career Review; highlights curriculum, post-graduation placements with top studios.
Thu, Mar 09 2017
RIT/NTID professor becomes first U.S. scientist to serve as...
NTID News RIT/NTID Professor Todd Pagano becomes the first U.S. scientist to serve as a visiting scholar as part of an internationally recognized analytical chemistry program.
Tue, Mar 07 2017
RIT/NTID establishes new degree program in 3-D graphics...
NTID News RIT/NTID establishes new degree program in 3-D graphics technology, teaches deaf, hard-of-hearing students creative and technical skills in fast-growing job sector
Mon, Mar 06 2017
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