Rochester Institute of Technology -- History
Found in 21 Collections and/or Records:
Materials related to Burton E. Stratton, and Burton’s son, John Stratton. Burton E. Stratton was a graduate of the Mechanics Institute's electrical department, and served as the Dean of the Evening College from 1941-1960. The collection includes news clippings, photograps, and college publications
This collection includes 1 color photograph of a luncheon meeting of RIT Mechanical Engineering Class of 1958. A group of 14 classmates has met yearly since their graduation. This photograph features 10 of the 14 original classmates meeting for their luncheon in 2015.
Collection of records about RIT President Mark Ellingson.
The George M. Cochran digital moving image collection consists of several films and business cards from Cochran's film and marketing companies. Cochran was a student at RIT in the School of Photographic Arts and Sciences in the early 1960's. The films are housed on optical discs (CD-ROM/DVD).
Materials on Operation Hi-Ball at Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT). Operation Hi-Ball took place on RIT's campus downtown in 1962. The collection includes an original super-8 format film of the launch, 35mm slides, 8x10 black and white photos of random printouts from the slides, newspaper clippings, office documents, RIT The University Magazine and a thumb-drive of the scanned slide and an .mp4 digital file of the film.
Print by Harold Stewart Bishop depicting the Reynolds Arcade located in Rochester, NY. The Reynolds Arcade building was the first home of the Athenaeum, one of RIT's founding organizations.
This collections contains memorabilia from the RIT Office of Alumni Relations as well as other records which document some of their activities over the past 25 years.
The collection consists of eight scrapbooks contained in cases documenting the interests and activities of Marcia Ellingson between 1968 to 1975.
The Mark Ellingson audio recordings contains three audio recordings documenting special occasions in the history of RIT's fifth president. The collection includes audio recordings from Ellingson's 30th anniversary celebration; when he was named Citizen of the Year by the Rochester Kiwanis Club; and his retirement in 1969.
One DVD titled
New Faculty Orientation: Welcome to RIT produced by the Educational Technology Center at RIT. The 2007 film introduced RIT to new faculty members at the American University in Kosovo.