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Materials related to the College of Graphic Arts and Photography (CGAP), which was a precursor to the College of Imaging Arts and Sciences. The collection includes information about the college, correspondence, clippings, a strategic plan, published materials by the college, and other related papers.
Materials related to minority students at the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT). The collection includes correspondence, promotional materials, and clippings related to student activities, programs, and university relations.
Promotional materials, clippings, reports, memos, and evaluations regarding RIT libraries.
Proposals, clippings, and promotional materials regarding fundraising efforts of the Rochester Athenaeum and Mechanics Institute (a precursor to Rochester Institute of Technology).
The RIT Access to the Future capital campaign records consists of paper records that document the establishment and progress of the campaign. Records include news clippings, correspondence, videotapes and promotional materials from 1985-1990.
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.
The records pertain to the American Video Institute (AVI) at the Rochester Institute of Technology. AVI was located in the School of Photographic Arts and Sciences. These records include clippings, flyers, and brochures.
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.
A collection of eight audiocassette tapes documenting the speeches of Robert McFarlane who visited RIT in 1986 and twice in 1987 as the William A. Kern Professor in Communications. Also included in the collection is correspondence, clippings, and articles about his lectures.