Big Shot Final Photo

A Successful No. 30 Big Shot!

On September 6 at 9:15 pm, thousands of RIT students, faculty, alumni, and families of the Rochester area gathered on campus to take part in the thirtieth RIT Big Shot. These volunteers created a photograph using handheld flashlights to light up the Golisano Institute for Sustainability Building and the Louise M. Slaughter Building and Quad. … Continue Reading

Career Fair

How to Bring Your A-Game to the Career Fair

On Wednesday, October 1st, RIT will be hosting over 240 companies at the Career Fair! The Career Fair is a great way to network and create opportunities for future internships, co-ops, and jobs. If you’re new to RIT or haven’t been to the Career Fair, the RIT Office of Cooperative Education and Career Services has … Continue Reading


Twyla Cummings: 2014 Recipient of the Isaac L. Jordan Sr. Faculty Pluralism Award

The Isaac L. Jordan Sr. Faculty Pluralism Award recognizes RIT faculty for enhancing diversity among students and fellow co-workers in the RIT community. This year’s recipient of the award was our own Dr. Twyla Cummings, Senior Associate Dean in the College of Imaging Arts and Sciences and a Professor in the School of Media Sciences. … Continue Reading


School of Media Sciences Graduation 2014

The School of Media Sciences will have approximately 13 students graduate with a Master of Science degree in Print Media and 34 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Media Arts and Technology this spring. Academic ceremonies will be held on Friday, May 23, 2014. During the afternoon the Convocation Ceremony will welcome keynote speaker, … Continue Reading

Professor Stephen Whittaker

Recognizing Stephen Whittaker, Recipient of the Edline M. Chun Award


I had the great honor of corresponding with Mr. Stephen Whittaker, an adjunct professor here in the College of Imaging Arts and Sciences (CIAS) within the School of Media Sciences (SMS). He is “humbled” by the recent recognition of the first Edline M. Chun Award last month, in honor of the late RIT professor Ms. … Continue Reading


Thesis Spotlight: Stephanie Fallon


As an undergraduate student the word “thesis” is often intimidating. If you have come in contact with any graduate student you know that their thesis is their primary focus as they near graduation. Fortunately, I got the chance to sit down with Stephanie Fallon, a graduate student in the School of Media Sciences, to discuss … Continue Reading