Saunders College helps raise awareness for Dress for Success at Imagine RIT festival

RIT's Saunders College of Business is partnering with local nonprofit Dress for Success Rochester to make the Imagine RIT: Innovation and Creativity Festival even more memorable for young visitors who have their sights set on becoming engineers, lawyers, CEOs or even world leaders.

RIT's School of Hospitality and Service Innovation to become part of Saunders College of Business

Rochester Institute of Technology's School of International Hospitality and Service Innovation (IHSI) will become part of the university's Saunders College of Business. The school, originally part of RIT's College of Applied Science and Technology, will begin the transition of faculty, staff and degree programming this summer and expects the transition to be complete by July 2019.

Saunders College Celebrates Outstanding Undergraduate Scholars

Since 1976, RIT has honored the top 1% of undergraduate students that are able to maintain a high standard of academic excellence while also giving back to their community through civic or volunteer work, conducting research, or being engaged in co-op or work in their field of study.

Saunders College of Business is pleased to recognize ten Outstanding Undergraduate Scholars who have completed a minimum of 83 credit hours and have earned a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.85:
 

RIT teams place first, second in marketing competition

Two teams of students from Rochester Institute of Technology took first and second place Friday in the fifth annual Student Marketing Campaign Competition hosted by the local chapter of the American Marketing Association.

A team from RIT's Saunders College of Business finished first, and a team from RIT's School of Communication finished second. Teams were tasked to come up with a marketing campaign to make financial firm Charles Schwab & Co. more known to millennials.

Saunders College of Business Marketing Students Win First Prize in the AMA Rochester Charles Schwab Case Contest

RIT Saunders College of Business marketing students, Joe Morone and Maria Tovar, placed first in the 5th annual AMA Rochester Collegiate Relations Conference Case Contest.

RIT students design highway billboard to help 'pay it forward'

RIT student Sarah Johnson has a lot to be thankful for, including her health. And a class offered through Saunders College of Business has allowed Johnson the unique opportunity to "thank" a favorite charity using a billboard high above Rochester.

IdeaLab teams brainstorm access technology solutions

Seven teams of students and faculty coaches representing a variety of disciplines spent a weekend in November brainstorming solutions to problems impacting individuals with differing abilities during the RIT Access Technology IdeaLab. The interactive two-day workshop held in Student Innovation Hall featured hands-on teamwork brainstorming meetings, Q&A sessions and presentations to clients and participating organizations. The student teams were coached by volunteers from RIT faculty and alumni and community organizations.

RIT student steps forward to creatively publicize campus events

Noah Chrysler, a fourth-year student in the new media marketing program, is full of fun and creative ideas for video content. One of his many ventures into entertainment and public engagement has been making videos under the persona "The RIT Newsman." Chrysler and his partner, Oscar Estrada, are affiliated with the RIT Office of Undergraduate Admissions.

RIT students learn value of entrepreneurship through Simone Center, Saunders College joint program

Rochester Institute of Technology student Jim Heaney started his rapid manufacturing and prototyping business when he was just 14 years old. Five years later, and with the guidance of RIT's Saunders Summer Startup Program, Heaney and his team are hoping a successful pitch to potential investors will take their business to the next level.

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