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The Wallace Center Impact 2013-14

Their stories inspire us to be MORE


We are pleased to present The Wallace Center Impact 2013-14. Your stories inspire us to be MORE. Every day we leverage our unique range of services to advance the success of RIT students and faculty.  In the report we share their stories and how TWC has helped them achieve their goals.

Connect MORE: A relationship born at New Faculty Orientation led Josh Owen, Industrial Design faculty, to a successful partnership with TWC's Photography Studio for his internationally-renowned Metaproject.
Give MORE: Passionate about business and basketball, Jessica Kramer, 4th year Business Management student, developed another passion--to bring hope to School #5 students, working alongside Wallace Center staff and RIT athletes to make a difference!
Explore MORE: As a student commuter, Brad Boice wanted a safe, central location to study and meet friends. When he found The Wallace Center, it became an invaluable resource and his new campus home.
Discover MORE: The Cary Graphic Arts Collection takes on a crowd-sourcing approach to the restoration of thousands of pieces of historic wood type, providing volunteers with experience in a re-emerging era of printing.
Achieve MORE: Justine Raymond's hands-on experience working in The Wallace Center as a graphics designer propelled her into a fun and creative career in children's graphics.
Excel MORE: Students' needs are central as the Writing Commons and RIT ASL and Deaf Studies Community Center make their home in The Wallace Center, not only leading to success, but to unexpected collaboration and culture understanding.
To learn more,
View the University News Story: http://www.rit.edu/news/story.php?id=50877