Found in 46 Collections and/or Records:
Professional papers of Edward B. Stockham, a former professor in the Rochester Institute of Technology's (RIT) College of Science. Stockham's focus was on the field of allied health. The collection includes program proposals, reports, video recordings, grant applications, and other miscellaneous materials.
Records of the institutional Advancement Commission, an organization started in 1975 to determine the future direction of the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT). The collection contains reports from the university's nine academic areas as well as background research on higher education and RIT's unique role. There is also some correspondence and a final report published by the commission.
Various records and reports of data produced by the Office of Institutional Research and Policy regarding enrollment, finances, salary and graduation statistics at RIT.
RIT provided technical training courses in photography for enlisted people in United States and Canadian armed forces. The collection includes bids and contracts, correspondence, student projects and other materials from the period 1987-1997.
The collection includes a complete self-study report presented for consideration to the NASAD Commission on Accreditation by RIT's College of Imaging Arts and Sciences. Twenty-six programs or degrees were assessed for which Renewal of Final Approval was sought in 2015. Also included is a copy of the 1993 NASAD Self-Study report.
The National Technical Institute for the Deaf Alumni Association (NTIDAA) records consist of materials that are related to the administration, activities, and events of the organization. Included are NTIDAA board meeting minutes, reports, and alumni correspondence, as well as promotional materials from events, anniversaries, and reunions of NTIDAA in Rochester and other alumni chapters. Materials within this collection range in date from 1968-2011.
Collection of speeches and reports presented by former Rochester Institute of Technology president Dr. Paul A. Miller. The collection includes materials related to the university and its administration, as well as the field of higher education.