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Correspondence, annual reports, and promotional materials from the Rochester Institute of Technology's Ombud's office.
The Fred Moss collection consists of a variety of print materials collected by the donor while a student at Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) in the 1950's. There are handbooks, brochures, pamphlets and Kodak publications that all relate to the graphic arts. There are also a number of RIT publications including a sports bulletin, student handbook, and course catalog.
Imagine RIT Innovation and Creativity Festival promotional and planning materials include t-shirts, brochures, and other items regarding the festival. Each year memorabilia is added to this collection.
The University Publications collection comprises over 20 linear feet of materials created by the department for Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) and National Technical Institute for the Deaf (NTID). Some examples of printed materials are sports viewbooks, department brochures, commencement pamphlets, RIT University magazine, NTID focus, course catalogs.
Materials related to RIT's Energy House, built in 1977. The house was part of an experiment to see if a solar powered house was viable in Rochester, NY. The collection includes photographs and slides, project reports, news releases, tour and exhibit plans, brochures, articles, clippings, and various pieces of ephemera.
The collection includes articles, clippings, correspondence, and miscellaneous administrative documents for RIT's NASAD accreditation and course plans for the Graduate Forum class taught by Mr. Giopulos.
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.
RIT Department of Human Resources contains records and brochures of programs and events held by the department, employee benefits information, new employee handbooks and retirement information as well as older records when the department was called the RIT Personnel Department.