Campus planning -- New York (State) -- Rochester
Found in 19 Collections and/or Records:
Collection of materials deposited by Greg Moss, Director of Department of Athletics and Recreation at RIT that document the development and construction of the first student life center and field house on campus through photographs, records, some blueprints and a specification manual. Also included are newsclippings documenting the 2009 men's and women's ice hockey season, and a tiger mascot costume affectionately named "Grandpa Ritchie," and the recreational "bubble."
Photographs by RIT student Bill Barley of the public announcement to move the RIT campus from downtown Rochester to Henrietta.
Collection consists of a set of 9 drawings of RIT Henrietta campus construction vehicles by RIT Professor Bob Conge.
Eighty slides taken at different times throughout the new campus construction between 1962-1968.
David A. Page photographs contain images of SpiRIT, the RIT tiger; the day President Ellingson made the announcement that RIT would move from the downtown location to Henrietta; and images from a tree planting event at the Henrietta location taken by Dave Page when he was an RIT Photography student in the 1960's.There are also photographs taken on the Gemini VI and VII space missions and the Apollo 11 moon landing.
John Wenrich campus renderings contains 9 paintings and drawings depicting the RIT Henrietta and Rochester campuses.
One audio recording promoting RIT's move to a new location in the 1960's and contributing to the new campus fund drive. The new campus refers to the Henrietta campus which RIT moved to in 1968. Material contains an audio recording of a fund raising effort, the original being on an audio cassette tape which was digitized to a wav file.
Pat Pitkin papers contains correspondence from Ms. Pitkin's service on the Rochester Interative Multimedia Task Force in 1994-1995. It also contains documentation of her service on the New Multimedia Advisory Committee at RIT in 1994.
The Paul Hauler collection of the Center for Integrated Manufacturing Studies (CIMS) construction photographs consists of 101 photographs documenting various stages of construction of CIMS over a period of several years and some related news clippings.