Thought at Work 2016

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This past October, RIT design students of the College of Imaging Arts and Sciences (CIAS) hosted the annual Thought at Work Design Conference. Along with RIT students, hundred of people from around the area gathered to network, be inspired and gain experience with guest speakers, RIT professors and other students. I had the pleasure of sitting down with Hannah Kim, …

SMS at Graph Expo 2016

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From September 25 through September 27, Hannah Mulford and Alissa Roy were invited to attend the GraphExpo Conference in Orlando, Florida as representatives of the School of Media Sciences. This is an annual event in which vendors, businesses, and colleges involved in print converge to view progressions made in the industry. We were able to make valuable connections, learning more about …

Bring Your Best to Creative Industry Day

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Creative Industry Day is an event for creatives by creatives. Thursday, April 14 2016 Gordon Field House 11am-6pm Benefits of Creative Industry Day: Portfolio Reviews Professional Networking Career Speakers Potential co-op & full-time job opportunities Quick tips: You don’t need to pre-register Make sure to bring your RIT ID Bring your portfolio Check Job Zone for job descriptions companies have …

RIT Dominates TAGA Research Agenda

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At the TAGA conference yesterday, a paper co-authored by RIT Professor Bob Eller was presented by Mark Samworth of Esko, and today RIT Professor Bob Chung presented research that he conducted with Professor Elena Fedorovskaya. Further, Professor Chung is on the docket to cap of the sessions with research that he has completed with the help of RIT Graduate students …

RIT Gravure Day 2015

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  The Gravure Industry is at a crossroads. Its place in the industry is changing now more than ever with the introduction of new packaging technology and media outlets. On November 11th, 2015 RIT’s School of Media Sciences hosted Gravure Day, which was an opportunity for students, professors, and industry experts to discuss these changes. Speakers included three professionals from …

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Adobe Max Recap

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Recently I was an attendee at the 2015 Adobe Max conference, held in Los Angeles, California. Adobe Max is a three day conference for creative industry members, featuring Adobe software updates and releases, new creative products, and sessions dedicated to software tutorials, design techniques, and other creative workflow information.   There were around 7000 attendees at the conference this year. …

You’re Invited to the Cary Breakfast Colloquium

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The first Cary Endowed Professor Breakfast Colloquium will be centered around the topic of the New Face (Phase) of Printing. Dr. Nancy Ferris, Director of Kodak Research Labs and Vice President of the Kodak Technology Center, will lead the discussion on the “Evolution of Graphics Printing Towards Micro-scale Manufacturing”. In her presentation, Ferris will focus on attributes in graphics printing …

CMIC Summit 2014

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The RIT Cross-Media Innovation Center hosted its third annual summit to connect academia, technology manufacturers and service providers in the graphic communication industry and discuss current issues. During the two-day summit held on October 15 and 16, presenters focused on four areas in the industry including promotional communication, transactional communication, publishing and functional printing. Professors in The School of Media Sciences …

T-Minus 151

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Spring semester kicked off with a week-long competition among the Industrial Design students. One Industrial Design student from each year level was placed into a group. In groups of five, students were given 151 hours to develop a concept for a student lounge space within RIT buildings 7a or 7b. This year the project was sponsored by Lazzoni, a trendy, …