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Materials related to Chester F. Carlson, inventor of xerography, the technology used by Xerox photocopier machines. The collection contains a variety of materials including awards, memorabilia, photographs, books, scrapbooks, articles, and annual reports of the Haloid Photographic Company (now the Xerox Corporation).
Diplomas and certificates that were issued by the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) or its predecessors. The collection includes course completion certificates, college diplomas, merit and service awards, and membership certificates. Many of these items are blank copies. There are also several diplomas from other institutions that were awarded to prominent members of the RIT community.
This collection contains the records of the Four Presidents Award. The award came to be after Alfred Davis came up with the idea of an annual award to be given to a faculty or staff member of RIT
whose public service and commitment mirrors that of the four presidents. These records contain documents pertaining to the development of the award and names of recipients of the Four Presidents Award.
Materials related to the Byron G. Culver Award at the Rochester Institute of Technology. The award is presented annually to a person who has shown dedication to and has contributed significantly to advancements within the printing and graphic arts industry through education. This collection contains five news clippings.
RIT Presidential Medallion recipient records lists recipients who have been awarded the Rochester Institute of Technology Presidential Medallion, later called the RIT Presidential Medal. The award was created to provide a special way for the university to express its gratitude towards external contributions to RIT. These records consist of two lists of award recipients.
Materials donated to RIT from alumni. The collection includes various RIT related objects donated to the RIT Archives from RIT Alumni.
Student applications, essays, and other documentation of winners of the 2014 RIT Leadership Awards.
A collection of programs and dvds documenting the 2010-2015 Innovation Hall of Fame Induction Ceremonies at RIT. The 2015 inductee was Alex Kipman, a 2001 graduate of Golisano College of Computing and Information Science, and an inventor at Microsoft.
Audio recording of Hobart Cowles receiving the Outstanding Teacher Award.