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This collection contains records and materials pertaining to the RIT College of Applied Science and Technology. CAST was established in 1972 and grew to become one of RIT’s largest colleges. This collection contains clippings, promotional brochures, program information and news releases.
Collection on Dorothy Wadsworth contains clippings and articles about Mrs. Wadsworth's activities at RIT, in the Rochester community and chronicles her political career. There is also a brief biography and a resume.
Collection contains historical information on the downtown campus of the Rochester Institute of Technology. The campus was located within the heart of downtown Rochester from the time of the establishment of Mechanics Institute in 1885 until the move to the Henrietta campus in 1968. This collection includes clippings and various records, such as renovation plans, maps, and correspondence.
The first Graduate Studies program at the Rochester Institute of Technology was established in the late 1950's under President Mark Ellingson, with many more programs emerging rapidly after. This collection contains clippings and various records pertaining to graduate studies at RIT.
Rochester Institute of Technology’s Division of Career Education was established in 1978 to coordinate co-operative and experiential education, career placement, academic and career advising, and career education research. The materials within this collection include office memos, a proposal for the development of the program, information booklets, an alumni survey, and news clippings.
Records of the Rochester Institute of Technology’s Chester F. Carlson Center for Imaging Science. The Center for Imaging Science (CIS) was founded in 1985 as a college that could provide students with the option of enrolling in imaging science. This highly interdisciplinary major consists of mostly physics, math, and computer science. These records include promotional materials, clippings, memos, and academic reports.
The RIT Community Services records and photographs document the RIT student, faculty and staff-initiated community service projects that took place from 1956 through 1984. Included in this collection are photographs, news clippings, memorandums, brochures, and flyers.
The Student Affairs Division at the Rochester Institute of Technology is an administrative unit that serves to coordinate the programs, activities, and facilities that support the personal, social, and academic needs of RIT students. The RIT Student Affairs records include a variety of documentation such as program review reports, meeting minutes, publications, correspondence, and promotional materials. There is also a collection of t-shirts from Student Affairs events.