- RIT named among top 'green colleges' by Princeton Review
Rochester Institute of Technology has been named one of North America’s greenest universities by the Princeton Review.
- Giuliani to speak at St. John Fisher commencement
Nearly 1,200 students are slated to graduate from St. John Fisher College at its 61st commencement May 9, with former New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani delivering one of two keynote addresses.
- Mayor calls for halt of downtown student bus transfers
Rochester Mayor Lovely Warren is calling on the Rochester Genesee Regional Transportation Authority and Rochester City School District to stop transferring students in downtown Rochester, following violent incidences at the transit center.
- MCC students honor victims of Holocaust
Monroe Community College students pay tribute to Holocaust victims as part of the college’s 25th annual Yom HaShoah Commemoration.
- 3 area women among RIT Distinguished Alumni Award recipients
Three Rochester leaders—Berta Rivera, Dolores Kruchten and Mary Dombovy M.D.— are among the 10 recipients of the 2015 Rochester Institute of Technology Distinguished Alumni Award.
- RIT plays host to hackathon event this weekend
This week marks a two-day hackathon at Rochester Institute of Technology.
- Pair of donations totaling $2.5M to support URMC
Two area couples have announced gifts totaling $2.5 million to support the University of Rochester Medical Center research and teaching.
- Best in local engineering being honored
- John Papponetti: 2014 Kate Gleason Young Engineer of the Year
- Young entrepreneurs make their pitches at RIT's Tiger Tank
It is Rochester Institute of Technology’s version of “Shark Tank.” Teams of student entrepreneurs will have the chance to pitch their business ideas to local investors.
- Interim accepts permanent post at Saunders College of Business
Jacqueline Mozrall has been appointed dean of Saunders College of Business at Rochester Institute of Technology.
- LeChase acquires Westchester County firm C.W. Brown
LeChase Construction Services LLC has acquired C.W. Brown Inc. in Armonk, Westchester County, for an undisclosed sum. Under the agreement, which took effect April 1, C.W. Brown will operate as a division of LeChase, with the same workforce and market focus.
- New treatments help alleviate menopausal discomfort, challenges
- St. John Fisher names interim dean
St. John Fisher College announced the appointment of an associate professor of biology to the role of interim dean of the School of Arts and Sciences. Theresa Westbay takes the place of David Pate, who is stepping down as dean to return to the classroom.
- Changing needs spur shifts in graduate programs
- Typical grad student comes from across the borders
- Financial help plays key role in educational advancement
- $11 million pledge pushes UR above $1.2 billion goal
- SUNY Brockport names new dean
The newest dean at SUNY College at Brockport brings more than 25 years of experience as a health educator.