3D Printing Workflow

The 3D Printing Workflow course is a professional elective course for Media Arts students and other RIT students to learn modeling programs including SolidWorks and Rhino as well as to produce the design through 3D printing. This course is a workflow approach to the precise modeling objects that 3D printing requires. It will run this … Continue Reading


Thought at Work 2016

This past October, RIT design students of the College of Imaging Arts and Sciences (CIAS) hosted the annual Thought at Work Design Conference. Along with RIT students, hundred of people from around the area gathered to network, be inspired and gain experience with guest speakers, RIT professors and other students. I had the pleasure of … Continue Reading


Co-op Spotlight: Alissa Roy

Over the summer, I was fortunate enough to co-op at Hasbro in Providence, Rhode Island. I worked in the United States Marketing Department as an Integrated Media Intern. My responsibilities were fluid, allowing me to perform numerous tasks throughout the project workflow process, which was extremely rewarding. There, I was able to work on brands … Continue Reading


Imaging MAAT-107

Taught by the esteemed Graduate Director of the School of Media Sciences, Christine Heusner brings an innovative and proactive teaching style to the MAAT-107 course known as Imaging. As a core course for Media Arts and Technology students, Imaging introduces students to the basics of photography, photo editing and photography concepts. Technical Skills Taught in this … Continue Reading


Hannah’s Co-op


I spent the summer on Co-op at Quad/Graphics in Sussex, Wisconsin. I spent the first four of my twelve weeks with Quad rotating through several of their Wisconsin plants working in manufacturing teams, rotating through Offset, Gravure, Finishing, and Imaging. The last eight weeks were spent in my “administrative rotation” where I worked for the … Continue Reading


SMS at Graph Expo 2016


From September 25 through September 27, Hannah Mulford and Alissa Roy were invited to attend the GraphExpo Conference in Orlando, Florida as representatives of the School of Media Sciences. This is an annual event in which vendors, businesses, and colleges involved in print converge to view progressions made in the industry. They were able to make valuable … Continue Reading