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Reports published by the Rochester Institute of Technology's (RIT) Ad Hoc Study Group on Institute Information. The group was formed by former RIT president Dr. Albert Simone in 1995. The collection includes the final report, as well as a copy of the executive summary and an information system report.
Professional papers of Dr. Glenn Kist, a former interim Dean in the Rochester Institute of Technology's College of Liberal Arts. The collection includes correspondence, notes, reports, proposals, forms, policies, brochures, fliers, clippings, and other miscellaneous records.
Records of the Women's Council of RIT founded in 1955 for women who were interested in helping to serve the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) community by acting as "ambassadors" for the school. The collection includes meeting minutes, correspondence, member rosters, meeting notes, financial records, photographs, ephemera, clippings, and other administrative documents.
This collection contains records of the RIT Board of Trustees beginning in 1829 and continuing to the present. Records including meeting minutes of the Board, the Executive Committee and its' many sub-committees have been found throughout the Archives stacks and are now being placed together to form one collection. There will continually be accruals.
The RIT Curriculum collection contains teaching materials used for various course curriculum in various departments at RIT. The collection is arranged alphabetically by course title the materials were used to teach.
Papers from W. W. Charter's consulting project at the Rochester Athenaeum and Mechanics Institute (renamed the Rochester Institute of Technology in 1944). Charters was invited by the Institute in 1928 to help the college reshape itself for the future, with particular emphasis on educational objectives and curriculum development. The collection contains correspondence, meeting minutes, research materials, reports, and clippings.
Materials related to Dr. Ralph W. Tyler's work with the Rochester Athenaeum and Mechanics Institute, which was renamed the Rochester Institute of Technology in 1944. Tyler served as a consultant to the Institute on educational policy, curriculum design, and future planning starting around 1930 until 1970. The collection contains meeting reports, research notes, correspondence, publications, and a few other miscellaneous items.
Materials related to the Rochester Institute of Technology's (RIT) Activities Hour program during the 1960s. The program involved scheduled events such as orientation workshops, lectures, discussion groups, and guest speakers. The collection includes correspondence, schedules, and brochures.
Materials related to the American Institute of Graphic Arts RIT Student Group and its activities. The collection includes a newsletter and promotional materials such as fliers and a postcard.