Remembering Ross Stuckless

Dr. E. Ross Stuckless, long-time RIT/NTID faculty member, has died at age 80. more

Remembering Bob Panara

Robert Panara, RIT/NTID's beloved first deaf professor, died on July 20. more

TGIF Summer Sessions

Make visiting RIT part of your summer travel plans. Join us at one of our sessions on July 18 or August 8. more

TechCamps for Middleschoolers

Middle School Students from all over the country can attend TechBoyz and TechGirlz Camps. more

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In the Spotlight

Students from NTID's Arts and Imaging Studies Department were given a Special Achievement Award for their work on behalf of the Henrietta Chamber of Commerce. More

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