Found in 23 Collections and/or Records:
Materials related to RIT's Energy House, built in 1977. The house was part of an experiment to see if a solar powered house was viable in Rochester, NY. The collection includes photographs and slides, project reports, news releases, tour and exhibit plans, brochures, articles, clippings, and various pieces of ephemera.
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.
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.
Stated objectives of the Rochester Athenaeum and Mechanics Institute (RAMI). RAMI changed its name to the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) in 1944. The collection includes objectives for the Institute, as well as several individual departments.
Documents from Reno Antonietti's time working at the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT). Antonietti served in various capacities at RIT including as Vice President for Academic and Computing Services. The collection contains administrative reports for the university, as well as materials related to RIT's acquisition of Eisenhower College such as correspondence, meeting minutes, petitions to the state, and clippings.
Contains a design presentation summary of the renovation of residence halls on the RIT Henrietta campus.
Materials related to RIT's 175th Anniversary Celebration, held in 2004. The Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) can trace its origins to the founding of the Rochester Athenaeum in 1829. The collection contains schedules of events, ephemera such as programs and calendars, special publications, and news clippings. Also included are the records of the Anniversary Planning Committee.
Materials collected while assisting Bruce Austin with his project to create an exhibition of Frans Wildenhain's ceramics and exhibition book from September 2011 to October 2012.
These folders contain records from RIT’s Calendar Task Force. The Institute Task Force on the Calendar was formed in the fall of 1990 in response to concerns from administrators and faculty regarding the feasibility of different calendar formats. These records include reports, recommendations, and proposals derived from impact studies initiated by various subcommittees.
Materials related to the construction of the College Alumni Union, as well as its use and activities. The facility was built as part of the Rochester Institute of Technology's new campus in 1968 and is now known as the Student Alumni Union. The collection includes publications such as brochures, correspondence, planning documents, printed policies, concert fliers, and clippings. There is also a dedication ceremony guest book and a scrapbook in the collection.