- Etsy program helps teach business skills
Entrepreneurship as a way out of poverty is one of the goals of the online business venture and marketplace Etsy Co. Inc.
- RIT launches MicroMasters program
Rochester Institute of Technology has announced the launch of a new category of master’s level online education.
- UR names director for new Humanities Center
The University of Rochester announced Monday the appointment of a director to its new Humanities Center.
- Nazareth College forms new partnership
- GRE accepting applications for Economic Gardening Program
A free program offered by an area organization has helped generate some 540 jobs at 93 companies.
- Sponsored research at RIT reaches record $73 million
Sponsored research grew by 18 percent for Rochester Institute of Technology in fiscal 2016, totaling a record $73 million in funding, university leaders announced Thursday.
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- Bridge Art Gallery at URMC serves dual purpose
- URMC research team wins $2.3 million grant
A University of Rochester Medical Center research team has won a $2.3 million Department of Defense grant to investigate a new way of limiting secondary damage in stroke, cardiac arrest patients.
- The Charles Finney School reports record enrollment
The Charles Finney School kicked off its 25th anniversary year with record enrollment, school leaders announced Tuesday.
- Media group in Myanmar taps RIT talent
- RIT professor gets grant for antibiotics research
A Rochester Institute of Technology professor has received a nearly $500,000 grant for research in the development of a drug to combat antibiotic-resistant bacteria.
- St. John Fisher welcomes larger freshman class
The new freshmen class is moving on campus at St. John Fisher College this weekend and there are more students arriving than last fall.
- NLRB allows graduate students to unionize
- School 17 offers services beyond the classroom
An afternoon of burgers, barbering and bounce house drew parents, children and neighbors of School 17 to the grounds—in part to mark the start of the school year but also to make the community aware of services offered within the building.
- RIT pioneered one of today's top degree programs
- Early childhood development seen as key
What does a newborn have to do with Rochester’s economic development?
- Firm sees chance in election
Pittsford-based education technology firm Second Avenue Learning has partnered with BrainPOP, an educational gaming company, to help students and teachers nationwide during the election season.
- Labor group files suit to revive RCSD school modernization deal
The Rochester Building Trades Council has filed a state court action in a bid to reinstate a canceled labor agreement covering the Rochester City School District’s $1.3 billion school modernization project.