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RIT College of Liberal Arts

Collected by: Rochester Institute of Technology

Archived since: Feb, 2016

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Title: RIT Center for Statesmanship, Law, and Liberty

URL: http://www.rit.edu/cla/statesmanship/

Description: Website for the RIT Center for Statesmanship, Law, and Liberty. Includes Events, Boards, Donate, and Contact.

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Title: Genesee Country Village & Museum & RIT Partnership

URL: http://www.rit.edu/gcvm/

Description: Website describing the partnership of RIT with the Genesee Country Village & Museum. On August 23, 2016, RIT College of Liberal Arts Dean James Winebrake, Genesee Country Village & Museum President and CEO Becky Wehle, and B. Thomas Golisano College of Computing and Information Sciences Dean Anne Haake signed a memorandum of understanding to benefit the museum and RIT’s students and faculty. The partnership between RIT and GCV&M seeks to provide opportunities for both communities to work together to create enriching opportunities for students, faculty, staff, and the public. We invite the campus community to consider GCV&M as a resource in creating enriching opportunities for RIT students, faculty, and staff and the greater community. If you are interested in pursuing a project take a look at the proposed list. If you have an idea for a collaboration that might be suited to the partnership, propose a project.

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Title: Museum Studies Department Exhibit: Kate Gleason Visionary: A Tribute on her 150th Birthday

URL: https://kates150th.wordpress.com/

Description: Website for the exhibit "Kate Gleason, Visionary: A Tribute on Her 150th Birthday". The exhibit ran from November 19, 2015 through December 18, 2015 in the Sunken Gallery at the Wallace Center on the campus of RIT. Events associated with the exhibit included a scavenger hunt, Pop up exhibits, a trivia contest, and a trading card collection. This exhibition is the third in the series of Exhibitions Across the Curriculum. Includes Kate Gleason, Exhibition, Events, and Student Contributions.

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Title: Museum Studies Department Exhibit: Resistance Renewal and Rebellion in Rochester

URL: https://progressandpovertyrochester.wordpress.com/

Description: Website for the exhibit "Resistance, Rebellion, & Renewal in Rochester: Narratives of Progress & Poverty." The exhibit ran from April 15, 2015 through May 2015 and included a reception, screenings of "Struggle in Smugtown: Rochester's Workers, Radicals, and Reformers", screenings of "July '64", screenings of "Remembering the Pythodd and Growing up Near Clarissa Street", and a performance of "Brick Wall". This exhibition is the second in the series of Exhibitions Across the Curriculum.

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Title: RIT Retro Clubs

URL: https://ritretroclub.com/

Description: Website for RIT Retro Clubs. The aim of RIT Retro Clubs is to explore the social lives of RIT students before, during, and after the period of change at RIT that happened in the sixties and seventies. Includes About, Clubs, Project, Method, and People.

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Title: Charting One's Course

URL: https://ritsois.wordpress.com/

Description: Website for the exhibit about the School of Individualized Study history at RIT. Includes About the Project, Student Contributions, and Alumni and Student Stories.

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Title: Museum Studies Department Exhibit: When Rochester Was Royal

URL: https://royalsexhibit.wordpress.com/

Description: Website for the exhibit "When Rochester Was Royal: Professional Basketball in Rochester, 1945-1957". The exhibit ran from March 29, 2016 through April 22, 2016 in the Sunken Gallery at the Wallace Center on the campus of RIT. The exhibition is the fourth in the series of Exhibitions Across the Curriculum and included a reception along with panel discussions on the subject. Includes About, Cases, History, Royals at RIT, Les Harrison, and Race in Basketball.

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Title: Trans Rochester Speaks

URL: https://www.rit.edu/cla/transrochesterspeaks/

Description: Website for Trans Rochester Speaks, a project celebrating the history of Rochester's transgender community. Includes People, Topics, Timeline, Impressions, Resources, Glossary, and The Team.

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Title: RIT College of Liberal Arts

URL: https://www.rit.edu/liberalarts/

Description: Website for the RIT College of Liberal Arts. The College of Liberal Arts encourages the creation, development, dissemination, and application of human knowledge in the arts, humanities, and social sciences by promoting innovative teaching, scholarship, and research, thus providing a comprehensive education for all RIT students. We strive to prepare students for a lifetime of personal growth and responsible citizenship in an increasingly technological and rapidly changing society by maintaining and promoting the intellectual climate on campus, contributing to students’ awareness and understanding of diversity, and enhancing students’ abilities to reason critically and communicate effectively. We value a rigorous liberal arts education that encourages innovative experiential learning and active scholarship, the highest ethical standards, the educational and social benefits of diversity and global awareness, an interdisciplinary and collaborative environment of openness and academic freedom, a working environment in which all staff and faculty enjoy respect and recognition, and the active and meaningful participation of all members of the College community.

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Title: RIT Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies

URL: https://www.rit.edu/liberalarts/department-womens-and-gender-studies

Description: Website for the RIT Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies program. The Women’s and Gender Studies Program offers an interdisciplinary and multicultural series of courses that explore and question the intersections of gender, sexuality, culture, ethnicity, social class and race. Courses are taught by faculty members from various departments and fields of study and provide a critical framework to explore the significance of gender (along with race, sexuality, and class) in the shaping of women’s and men’s lives. The program focuses on the recovery of women’s contributions in a variety of fields, on women’s and men’s roles in society across cultures, and especially on critical questions about gender neutrality in the shaping of culture. The Women’s and Gender Studies Program complements any course of studies and prepares you well for any career in the arts, sciences and technology, health professions, business, law, social and community service, and education.

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