Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:
The Center for Excellence in Mathematics, Science, and Technology, established through a challenge gift by Thomas Gosnell, was dedicated July 16, 1998. The collection contains a commemorative granite tile given to attendees of the dedication. Also included in the collection are programs from the dedication ceremony.
Items received by RIT and its departments to commemorate persons, places, or events.
Collection is a plaque recognizing the person the swimming pool was named after, Edith Woodward.
Collection of medals related to the history of printing, publishing, and collecting books or newspapers, as collected by publisher Erich Wronker. Also includes notes, photographs, correspondence, and publications.
The Mechanics Institute parapet stone is a large metal plaque that was placed somewhere on the 50 West Main Street building, or as it was referred to, the City Center location. The plaque is approximately 18 x 10 inches and weighs 15-20 pounds.
Contains photographs, memorandums, awards, and ephemeral objects belonging to Richard Freund while he worked at RIT. Papers and objects cover 1966-1996.
Collection contains miscellaneous awards given by Rochester Institute of Technology.
Collection includes records from all men's and women's athletic teams at RIT, some beginning in the 1950s to the present. Record series include news clippings, game programs, schedules, and fact books. There are 14 boxes with more being added as transferred.
The RIT Student Union building plaque is a large, metal framed sign which reads R.I.T. STUDENT UNION