Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, continuously changing policies and procedures have become a challenge, especially for international workers.
The COVID-19 Emergency Fund was established to assist students with unforeseen expenses due to the pandemic.
Ndidiamaka (Ndidi) Chimah BS ’24 is a Saunders College of Business student majoring in hospitality and tourism management.
Dr. Carnovale, Assistant Professor of Supply Chain Management, is a supply chain strategist and econometrician, specializing in inter-firm networks, risk management and global sourcing/production networks with a specific focus on equity-based partnerships.
Since the onset of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, “business as usual” has developed a drastically different meaning.
Anne Taylor, third-year International Business major, spent part of her summer abroad in Italy before her internship began.
Paige Dobrzynski, fourth-year Supply Chain Management student, spent a semester abroad in Nice, France.
At the 2019 Undergraduate Research Symposium on August 1, business students presented a wide variety of subjects among poster presentations ranging from improving dating apps to blockchain technology.
Check out the photo contest submissions to see all the great places Saunders College and all RIT students have been visiting, including Italy, Germany, and New Zealand.
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Valeria Martinez, Management Information Systems student in the Class of 2020, is finishing up an exciting semester abroad, spending time in Cape Town, South Africa; Madrid, Spain; and Rome, Italy.
Thanks to a grant made possible by Santander Bank, over spring break some of our Tigers were able to travel to Lima, Peru as part of a faculty-led exchange program with Universidad del Pacifico.
Check out RIT Croatia alumna Andrea Ćoza '17 in the news!
Check out RIT Croatia alumna Andriana Vidaković in the news...