This site highlights the Institute's rich artistic heritage, as internationally known artists, faculty, students, and alumni have contributed their vision to the fabric of RIT.
In the mid-1980s, Gene and Inez Petersen set out to publish the life stories of ordinary and extraordinary deaf Americans. This site contains transcripts of these interviews.
Charting One’s Course: The History of Individualized Education at RIT tells the history of individualized education from 1885 to the present.
A group of exhibits form part of the continuing “The Stories they Tell” series that bring the collections alive in new ways.
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