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SMS at GCEA 2017

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This past summer SMS students and professors attended the annual Graphic Communications Education Association (GCEA) Conference in Toronto. This year’s theme was Women in Print. The conference was an opportunity to bring educators and students together for five days of seminars, presentations, and networking. SMS Professors Christine Heusner and Shu Chang attended to present about the Smart Textiles course at …

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Hannah’s Co-op at Quad/Graphics

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I spent the summer on Co-op at Quad/Graphics in Sussex, Wisconsin. I spent the first four of my twelve weeks with Quad rotating through several of their Wisconsin plants working in manufacturing teams, rotating through Offset, Gravure, Finishing, and Imaging. The last eight weeks were spent in my “administrative rotation” where I worked for the marketing team, mostly helping to …

New Measurement System for 3D Printers: Heng Li

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Heng Li is a second year graduate student in the MS Print Media program from Chengdu, China.  She obtained her undergraduate degree in Printing Engineering while in China, and then decided to pursue a Master’s degree at RIT. After taking the foundational classes in Print Media, Heng developed an interest in 3D printing through one of her professors, Dr. Shu …

Christine Heusner’s New Position

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Christine Heusner undertook a big task this past semester when she took the position of Graduate Director; however, anyone who knows her knows that she is up for the challenge. I recently sat down with Professor Heusner to learn more about her new position and her goals for the graduate program. Her position as Graduate Director allows Prof. Heusner to …

Thesis Spotlight: Stephanie Fallon

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As an undergraduate student the word “thesis” is often intimidating. If you have come in contact with any graduate student you know that their thesis is their primary focus as they near graduation. Fortunately, I got the chance to sit down with Stephanie Fallon, a graduate student in the School of Media Sciences, to discuss her thesis that she will …