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    Hello from Switzerland! Scholl opens up about ‘enlightening, fun’ Fulbright experience

    Motion picture science graduate Victoria Scholl is collaborating with researchers and scientists in Switzerland.

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    RIT’s University Gallery set to host life-spanning selection of wildlife artist Arthur Singer

    Original works on display from Aug. 7 to Oct. 28 will highlight ‘lifelong love affair with nature’

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  • Thumbnail for Student-athlete Doret draws from past experiences to thrive at RIT

    Student-athlete Doret draws from past experiences to thrive at RIT

    Living in France for several years made illustration major Olivia Doret's transition to RIT's classroom and softball field seamless.

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  • Thumbnail for Student-driven magazine receives national recgonition as accolades keep coming

    Student-driven magazine receives national recgonition as accolades keep coming

    ellipse, created by RIT photo and design students and professors, won silver in magazine design at the national American Advertising Awards.

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  • Thumbnail for Alqadar receives fellowship, puts in two weeks of work at admired arts center

    Alqadar receives fellowship, puts in two weeks of work at admired arts center

    The SOFA professor focused on producing a feature-length screenplay while at the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts.

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  • Thumbnail for GIF guru Cannon's career explodes during, after time at RIT

    GIF guru Cannon's career explodes during, after time at RIT

    Sam Cannon, a 2014 fine art photo alumna, already has an eye-popping client list.

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  • Thumbnail for Robin Cass named interim dean of RIT’s College of Imaging Arts and Sciences

    Robin Cass named interim dean of RIT’s College of Imaging Arts and Sciences

    Current acting dean of CIAS takes on new responsibilities July 1

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  • Thumbnail for Smith has designs on mastering business side of craft

    Smith has designs on mastering business side of craft

    A recent interior design graduate is set to pursue an MBA degree at RIT.

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  • Thumbnail for Summer documentary course taught by SPAS professor brings students to RIT Kosovo

    Summer documentary course taught by SPAS professor brings students to RIT Kosovo

    SOFA faculty will also be in Kosovo to study the feasibility of teaching there in the future.

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  • Thumbnail for Alumni profile: Award-winning Olexa develops diverse skill set at RIT

    Alumni profile: Award-winning Olexa develops diverse skill set at RIT

    The recent graphic design alumna has expanded her marketing strategy business thanks to a double-minor pursuit.

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  • Thumbnail for Work of art: Sheppard’s teachings still making an impact 45 years in

    Work of art: Sheppard’s teachings still making an impact 45 years in

    School of Art professor Luvon Sheppard has artfully crafted a long career that is still going strong.

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  • Thumbnail for Brothers team up to document father's work as famed bird artist

    Brothers team up to document father's work as famed bird artist

    SOA professor Alan Singer and brother Paul co-authored a soon-to-be released biography of Arthur Singer.

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  • Thumbnail for Coming soon: RIT Press' reissued ‘Vignelli: From A to Z’ book

    Coming soon: RIT Press' reissued ‘Vignelli: From A to Z’ book

    Following a successful crowdfunding campaign, the book is being brought back into print 10 years after its first release.

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  • Thumbnail for RIT Press to host conference on the archaeology and future of photography in 2018

    RIT Press to host conference on the archaeology and future of photography in 2018

    PhotoHistory/PhotoFuture conference is seeking scholarly papers and panel proposals for presentation consideration.

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