Lectures and lecturing -- New York (State) -- Rochester
Found in 20 Collections and/or Records:
Collection of five videotapes of a three-day symposium sponsored by RIT College of Imaging Arts and Sciences on April 1-3, 1987. Each tape is a different speaker and the last is a panel discussion with all speakers.
Materials related to the Congressman Frank Horton Distinguished Speaker Series at the Rochester Institute of Technology and its speakers. The collection includes an invitation, tickets, and a clipping.
Contains materials related to the Edmund Lyon Memorial Lectureship series, held annually at the National Institute for the Deaf at Rochester Institute of Technology. The collection includes lecture typescripts and professional writings of two speakers: Donald Ballantyne, Ph.D. and Frank Peter Hochman, M.D.
Materials related to the Frederick W. Brehm Memorial Lecture program. The program was established in 1950 in honor of Frederick W. Brehm, a former professor in the Rochester Institute of Technology's department of photography. The collection includes programs, announcements, correspondence, clippings and other records.
Audio recording of a lecture given by RIT photography professor Hollis Todd on photography in 1966.
Materials related to the John Wiley Jones Symposium at the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) and its various speakers. The first Jones Symposium, sponsored by the College of Science, was held in 1975. The collection includes programs, invitations, fliers, speech transcripts, and clippings.
Materials related to the Kearse Distinguished Lecture and Student Honor Awards Ceremony at the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT). The award ceremony was setup to honor outstanding research projects and papers completed by undergraduate students in the university's College of Liberal Arts. The collection includes ceremony announcements, programs, winning papers, and clippings.
Materials related to the Kern Program at the Rochester Institute of Technology. The endowed program was meant to "stimulate creativity in all areas of the communicative arts." The collection contains documents related to specific programs, as well as to individual Kern professors. Also included are 33 videotapes of various lectures sponsored by the program.
Collection of 28 program booklets of a lecture series called Saturday Evening Lectures held between 1906 and 1920. The series was sponsored by Rochester Athenaeum and Mechanics Institute (RAMI) and most of the lectures covered travel and art.
The collection includes various correspondence, promotions, handbooks and curriculum information related to the Department of Communication at RIT which is part of the College of Liberal Arts.