Clippings (information artifacts)
Found in 167 Collections and/or Records:
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.
Records from and about RIT’s College of Science includes correspondence, course offerings, policies and procedures, newspaper clippings, course manuals and VHS videotape.
The RIT Community Services records and photographs document the RIT student, faculty and staff-initiated community service projects that took place from 1956 through 1984. Included in this collection are photographs, news clippings, memorandums, brochures, and flyers.
Rochester Institute of Technology’s Division of Career Education was established in 1978 to coordinate co-operative and experiential education, career placement, academic and career advising, and career education research. The materials within this collection include office memos, a proposal for the development of the program, information booklets, an alumni survey, and news clippings.
Collection contains historical information on the downtown campus of the Rochester Institute of Technology. The campus was located within the heart of downtown Rochester from the time of the establishment of Mechanics Institute in 1885 until the move to the Henrietta campus in 1968. This collection includes clippings and various records, such as renovation plans, maps, and correspondence.
The RIT Evening School records contain Evening School course offerings from 1935-1969, clippings, closing exercises programs, policies, questionnaires, and other administrative documents.
Newspaper clipping about the Rochester Institute of Technology's Finance Club.
Various clippings, correspondence, promotions and dining guides related to the history of RIT’s Department of Food Service.
This collection contains the records of the Four Presidents Award. The award came to be after Alfred Davis came up with the idea of an annual award to be given to a faculty or staff member of RIT
whose public service and commitment mirrors that of the four presidents. These records contain documents pertaining to the development of the award and names of recipients of the Four Presidents Award.