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David Farnsworth collection on Eisenhower College contains student and staff directories, newsletters, student publications, course catalogues, alumni documents, planning documents, various programs and pamphlets, and a few objects. Mr. Farnsworth was a professor at Eisenhower College before coming to RIT.
The collection of Eisenhower College records contains documentation of the operations of the college from the beginning until its' takeover by RIT and eventual closing in 1982. Included are newsclippings, executive committee minutes, Board of Trustee minutes, promotional brochures, planning project, newsletters and news releases, commencement programs, course information, yearbooks, and the college newspaper, The Paper.
Records from the inaugural class of distinguished alumni inducted into the Kate Gleason College of Engineering Wall of Fame in 2005. Includes news release, program, inductees biographies and photographs.
A collection of negatives created by Ken Huth while a photography student at RIT, and later as a freelance photographer covering events at RIT. Added to the collection is a DVD of Ken Huth Photos from 2006 documenting the 90th birthday of Alfred Davis (Mr. RIT) and the dedication of RIT's IT Collaboratory, and the 2010 Brick City weekend.
Materials donated to RIT from alumni. The collection includes various RIT related objects donated to the RIT Archives from RIT Alumni.
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 fund raising plea by RIT President Mark Ellingson to RIT Alumni. Collection includes one audio recording from 1956.
Materials related to interviews conducted with RIT alumni of the College of Imaging Arts and Sciences alumni about their time at RIT and their current careers.
Material related to Gregory Heisler's talk for the Reedy Memorial Lecture.