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With an increased focus on scholarship at RIT, RIT Libraries will shine a light on some of the Institute's finest by sponsoring "RIT Faculty Scholars" series. This ongoing series spotlights the scholarship work of a different faculty member for each showcase. The sessions will generally be two hours in length, with content that will vary from session to session. Typically, each event may include poster sessions, multimedia presentations, or some type of interactive component. Each program wi ...
 
The Rochester Institute of Technology Professional Development Podcast provides faculty and staff advice, practical suggestions and success stories about career advancement. Our conversations with a variety of faculty, staff and administrators provide insight from many different perspectives. For more information, visit www.rit.edu/cpd.
 
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Dj Ri-T (djrit)
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Ri-T is a Parisian (Fr) house, soul-funk Dj and has been playing in different venues since 2003. Electronic Music, acid jazz, trip-hop... He also does live scenes in different bands as a saxophonist. Listen here to live recorded gigs, productions with machines and saxophone. Bonus : short videos about nice events and funny adventures. Once a month a new mix is released
 
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The Lab for Social Computing at the RIT Libraries regularly invites notable speakers to give talks on campus. These talks are recorded and made available to the general public after the event.
 
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Lisa Hupf works in RIT's Information and Technology Services Organization. She started her career at RIT in 2005 as a senior web services programmer and analyst and about a year ago, took over as applications development manager for RIT's enterprise business applications team.By lraits@rit.edu (RIT Center for Professional Development).
 
Sharitta Gross-Smith serves as Assistant Director of Programmatic Initiatives and Student Development at RIT's Multicultural Center for Academic Success. She started her career at RIT in 2007 as a career services coordinator in the office of Career Services and Cooperative Education. Outside of her formal work at RIT she volunteers and serves o ...…
 
Anna Lombard is from Russia and in 2005 she moved to the United States to pursue her master's degree in communication and media technology here at RIT. Upon completing her degree, she worked as a marketing specialist for a company called The Lighting Division, then joined RIT as an employee in 2008. Today she works as a payroll, HR, and marketi ...…
 
Dr. Pine started her career at RIT in 1994 while working in residence life and spent 11 years as Director of the NTID student life team. Now she serves as the Senior Director of the RIT Center for Campus Life. She earned her Doctorate of Education from St. John Fisher in 2012.By lraits@rit.edu (RIT Center for Professional Development).
 
Michael Damico teaches as an adjunct faculty member for the Kate Gleason College of Engineering. He's a landscape architect at Stantec by day and serves as VP of External Affairs for the New York Upstate Chapter of the American Society for Landscape Architects.By lraits@rit.edu (RIT Center for Professional Development).
 
Chris Denninger began his more than thirty-five year career at the university on patrol and was eventually promoted to director of public safety in 2007 and earned his master's degree in human resources development from RIT in 2003. We talked with him about his path and advice for people seeking to develop their own careers.…
 
Dan Rosica recently announced that that he is retiring at the end of May, and before he ends his 16-year career with RIT, he sat down with us to share insight about how technology will impact the workplace and how to follow develop a fulfilling career.By lraits@rit.edu (RIT Center for Professional Development).
 
Positive mentorship experiences can be a critical part of professional development. Warren Bennis, a pioneer of leadership studies, advised those concerned about advancing their careers to “make sure you have someone in your life from whom you can get reflective feedback.” RIT faculty and staff members from various levels and backgrounds shared ...…
 
To be an effective employee, regardless of your position, you have to constantly find ways to keep your skills sharp. In an article for Forbes, Margie Warrell said that “to succeed today you must be in a constant state of adaptation – continually unlearning old ‘rules’ and relearning new ones. That requires continually questioning assumptions a ...…
 
When people hear the term “professional development,” they often think about training courses, pursuing degrees and certificates, or other methods of formal instruction. However, if you’re going to advance your career, you’ll also need to develop skills on the job, sometimes by taking assignments slightly above your experience or comfort level. ...…
 
Dr. Bill Destler has served as RIT's ninth president since 2007. Prior to RIT, Dr. Destler spent more than 30 years at the University of Maryland, rising from the ranks of research associate and assistant professor of electrical engineering to senior vice president and provost. Currently as president, Dr. Destler leads more than 3,400 faculty a ...…
 
Judy Bender joined RIT as Assistant Vice President for Human Resources in 2011. She came to RIT from Eastman Kodak, where she served as Human Resources Director for the Pre-Press Solutions business and a number of other human resources leadership positions. She’s also graduated from RIT’s E. Philip Saunders College of Business with a degree in ...…
 
Dr. Gerard Buckley has served president of NTID and vice president of RIT since 2011. Dr. Buckley has more than 30 years of experience in higher education including more than 20 years serving in a variety of capacities at NTID. Today he leads more than 500 faculty and staff. We talked about NTID's approach to professional development and advice ...…
 
Prior to joining RIT, Jeanne Casares spent 15 years at Paychex leading web technologies, enterprise support, implementation services, and change management activities. Today she leads more than 110 staff at ITS. We discussed how she's created an environment that supports professional development and allows her staff to push their careers forward.…
 
Dr. Sandy Johnson leads a staff of more than 200 people and the university's student life, wellness, student learning, and athletics departments. The office serves RIT's nine colleges and diverse population of more than 15,000 undergraduates and 2,900 graduate students. Before coming to RIT, Dr. Johnson served for nearly eight years as vice pre ...…
 
Lyn Kelly leads the controller's division of approximately 95 staff of responsibility for financial reporting, accounting, procurement, payroll, and accounts payable, student financial services, and sponsored programs accounting. Our conversation focused on her approach to creating an environment that supports professional development and allow ...…
 
Danny Maffia is a lecturer who teaches aspiring interpreters, various courses in the ASL English interpretation department at NTID. He began his career at RIT as an associate interpreter in the College of Liberal Arts core team. And before that he was an undergraduate student here. We talked about his career path and strategies for professional ...…
 
During her 20 year tenure at RIT, Dr. Maggelakis has contributed significantly to the mission of the College of Science and the university. She founded the School of Mathematical Sciences and RIT's Women and Science program. In addition, she is a recipient of the Eisenhart Award for Outstanding Teacher and Who's Who Among America's Teachers. We ...…
 
Dr. Kevin McDonald joined the university in 2010 after serving as Vice President for Equity and Inclusion at Virginia Polytechnic Institute State University in Plattsburg Virginia. We discussed the Office for Diversity and Inclusion's professional development efforts and his advice for faculty and staff.…
 
Ebony Miller is responsible for research, development, delivery, and assessment of mission-related programming at the Center for Urban Entrepreneurship. She began her career at RIT as a senior staff specialist in the Kate Gleason College of Engineering's Office of Student Services before being appointed to her current position in 2013. We talke ...…
 
Randy Vercauteren began his career at RIT as a custodian in 1984 and has since spent more than 18 years in management at varying levels and facilities management services, and was appointed to his current role in 2008. We discussed his career path and approach to professional development.By lraits@rit.edu (RIT Center for Professional Development).
 
Dr. Watters came to RIT from the University of Pittsburg where he spent his previous professional years and earned a BS, MS, and PhD. Today Dr. Watters leads more than 780 full-time employees, and is responsible for administering the university's $700 million operating and capital budgets, $900 million endowment and working capital portfolios, ...…
 
Dr. Lynn Wild came to RIT in February of 2002 and in 2009 guided the merger of teaching and learning services and the RIT libraries forming the Wallace Center, which provides academic support and service for students and faculty, contributing to RIT's recognition as a leader in research, scholarship, innovation, and creativity. We talked about ...…
 
(mp3) 80-Au premier Balcon - Dj Ri-T (downloaded: 3502)
 
(mp3) 72-Nouvelle Vague Au Cinema - Dj Ri-T (downloaded: 3354)
 
(mp3) 02-Funky Rabbit - Dj Ri-T (downloaded: 1407)
 
(mp3) 03-Gipsy - Dj Ri-T (downloaded: 1021)
 
(mp3) 04-Jme Rappelle Plus - Dj Ri-T (downloaded: 881)
 
(mp3) 01-Doom (Dj Ri-T Re-Edit) - Clint Mansell (downloaded: 577)
 
(mp3) 02-Tribal Adventure (Dj Ri-T Re-Edit) - Dr Kucho (downloaded: 398)
 
The Lab for Social Computing (LSC) at RIT Libraries welcomes David Weinberger, national commentator and author for a special presentation at the Lab’s grand re-opening. Weinberger's book Everything is Miscellaneous: The Power of the New Digital Disorder covers the breakdown of the established order of ordering. He explains how methods of catego ...…
 
The Open Publishing Lab (OPL) at RIT is a cross-disciplinary lab dedicated to researching and developing innovative, open source applications for publishing across various media. Based in the School of Print Media, the OPL has created a space where a diverse team of faculty and students collaborate in creating next generation publishing platfor ...…
 
(mp3) 64-Trip-Hop En Stock - Dj Ri-T (downloaded: 1018)
 
(mp3) 46-Nu Jazz and Soul - Dj Ri-T (downloaded: 403)
 
“Story” is the title and substance of a presentation of the academic pursuits of Vincent F. A. Golphin. Personal stories chart the basic elements of human lives and societies, and in that sense, are a glue that holds disparate parts into a structure. Stories are what Professor Golphin deals with in various forms in the classroom, speeches and p ...…
 
(mp3) 01-Cariat 1 - Cinematika, Ri-T (downloaded: 431)
 
(mp3) 02-Cariat 2 - Cinematika, Ri-T (downloaded: 688)
 
Professor Schweppe traced her career from early work in the New York theatre through her current work in Virtual Theatre, with many stops along the way. She provided examples of work from all phases and disciplines involved, including:• Motion Graphics• Visualization• Virtual City Planning• Designing Game AssetsHer career also included forays w ...…
 
(mp3) 01-Zebulon - Dj Ri-T (downloaded: 729)
 
(mp3) 01-Big Kiss (Carlos Vs Prince) - Dj Ri-T (downloaded: 327)
 
(mp3) 02-Moi Je (Ft Francis Cabrel) - Dj Ri-T (downloaded: 306)
 
(mp3) 02-Teknodrug - Dj Ri-T (downloaded: 642)
 
(mp3) 03-Gros Flip - Dj Ri-T (downloaded: 250)
 
(mp3) 04-Klassiktotek - Dj Ri-T (downloaded: 653)
 
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