MS Print Media Program Advisor: Dr. Shu Chang

Dr. Chang is a professor in the graduate program, MS Print Media, in the College of Imaging Arts and Sciences. Chang earned her Ph. D. in Material Science at the University of Minnesota. She found a degree in Material Science very interesting because it applied to real scenarios in the print industry. After school, she … Continue Reading


New Measurement System for 3D Printers: Heng Li

Heng Li is a second year graduate student in the MS Print Media program from Chengdu, China.  She obtained her undergraduate degree in Printing Engineering while in China, and then decided to pursue a Master’s degree at RIT. After taking the foundational classes in Print Media, Heng developed an interest in 3D printing through one … Continue Reading


Q & A with Master’s Alumnus Trevor Schroeder

Trevor Schroeder, alumnus of The School of Media Sciences’ MS Program in Print Media, found the program to be beneficial in preparing him to pursue a career in the print media industry. After graduating last spring, Schroeder now assumes the title of West Coast Technical Graphics Advisor at Harper Corporations of America. The company sells … Continue Reading


Christine Heusner’s New Position

Christine Heusner undertook a big task this past semester when she took the position of Graduate Director; however, anyone who knows her knows that she is up for the challenge. I recently sat down with Professor Heusner to learn more about her new position and her goals for the graduate program. Her position as Graduate … Continue Reading


The Lieberman Lecture


The RIT Cary Graphic Arts Collection hosted the American Printing History Association’s (APHA) annual Lieberman Lecture on Nov. 17. Herbert H. Johnson, RIT alumnus and former Melbert B. Cary, Jr. Professor, led the lecture with a presentation on famous type designer, Bruce Rogers. Herbert H. Johnson’s presentation entitled the “Anatomy of a Type Design: Centaur … Continue Reading


Exhibition on America’s First Penitentiary


Eric T. Kunsman, RIT faculty member and photographer, spent over 300 days inside the Eastern State Penitentiary in Philadelphia, Pa., capturing the horrors of solitary confinement for his exhibition.To kick off Kunsman’s exhibition titled “Thou Art… Will Give…” in the Dyer Arts Center at RIT’s National Institute for the Deaf, a lecture followed by an … Continue Reading