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We frequently find stories about RIT/NTID students, faculty, staff, programs and initiatives published in prominent media from across the country and around the world. Below, you'll find links to some of the recent stories we've found. For media inquiries, please contact NTIDnews@rit.edu.

Eastside Y exercisers who are deaf have a trainer who knows their language

Janna Luksha '10, '13 (computer integrated machining technology, applied arts and sciences) featured
March 5, 2018

Creating an Inclusive Classroom

Guest essay by Sara Schley, professor and director, NTID's Research Center for Teaching and Learning
February 27, 2018

Rochester's Roots: Shirley Allen is first deaf black woman to earn doctoral degree

Former RIT/NTID faculty member featured
February 14, 2018

DeafTax Serves Everyone

Joshua Beal '09 (MBA) featured and Charles Sterling '05, '07 (management, MBA) mentioned
January 5, 2018

When disability meets technology

December 5, 2017

Extreme radiation around small stars may not doom life nearby

Jason Nordhaus, assistant professor of physics, quoted
December 4, 2017

The Hidden Treasure of Black Signs: How Segregation Led to the Unique Dialect of Deaf African-Americans

Joseph Hill, assistant professor, Department of American Sign Language and Interpreting Education, quoted
December 2, 2017

New app for the deaf designed by RIT and UR father and son duo

Gerald Isobe '76 (accounting) featured
November 21, 2017

When Police Officers Don't Know About the ADA

Talila Lewis, faculty member in liberal studies, NTID, quoted
September 26, 2017