- Public charters don't deserve second-class status
New York must acknowledge the injustice of leaving charter school children to the mercy of charity to put a roof over their heads.
- NTID at RIT plans job fair
Rochester Institute of Technology’s National Technical Institute for the Deaf hosted recruiters from Rochester and across the country Wednesday at its 16th annual job fair.
- St. John Fisher offers new program
St. John Fisher College has announced a new program it said is the first of its kind in New York.
- Educational coaching helps business leaders stay ahead
- Alumna guides school's path
Suzanne Klingler Johnston has served as president of Our Lady of Mercy School for 12 years.
- Learning to innovate
- Older divorcing couples face unique issues
- Stay fit, plan ahead, say experts on aging
- UR to arm patrols at the medical center
The University of Rochester patrols at the medical center soon will be armed, President Joel Seligman announced Thursday.
- Sulkes receives Golisano Health Leadership Award
Special Olympics New York on Thursday honored Stephen Sulkes M.D. of Rochester as the 2016-17 Golisano Health Leadership Award honoree.
- Napier to receive top RIT honor
Rochester Institute of Technology has named Sharon Napier, founder and CEO of Partners + Napier Inc., as its Outstanding Alumna of the Year for 2016, the highest honor the university bestows.
- Forum to focus on middle skills workforce
Meeting the demands for a middle skills workforce in the Finger Lakes is the goal of a forum Wednesday sponsored by three area community colleges.
- Reddit co-founder sees amazing tech opportunity
- NLRB allows graduate students to unionize
- Financial aid strategies evolve with growing need
- Telling the story of Allendale Columbia
- 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.
- Playing to their strengths keeps local schools afloat
- Demographic data show an increase in diversity
- RIT launches MicroMasters program
Rochester Institute of Technology has announced the launch of a new category of master’s level online education.