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Ellingson, Mark

 Person

Dates

  • Existence: 1904 - 1993

biographical statement

Citation

Excerpt from RIT Presidential History

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Al Davis Interview digital audio recordings

 Collection — Folder: 1
Identifier: RITArc-0635
Overview Digital audio recording of an interview with Al Davis. Al Davis was known as "Mr. RIT" for his devotion to the Institute. He served as vice president in the 1960s and 1970s and played a key role in shaping RIT's future by helping to raise the funds to build a new campus in Henrietta. The collection includes parts three and four of the interview. Parts one and two of the interview are currently missing.
Dates: 1997-1997

Hans Christensen digital audio recordings

 Collection — Folder: 1
Identifier: RITArc-0637
Overview Digital audio recordings of two interviews with Hans Christensen. Christensen was a world renowned silver smith who taught at RIT for 29 years.
Dates: 1982-1982

RIT Presidents video recordings

 Collection — Carton: 2
Identifier: RITArc-0577
Overview Collection of videos from and about RIT’s past Presidents includes interviews, speeches and T.V. news coverage recorded between 1982-2008. These include Presidents Ellingson, Miller, Rose, Simone and Destler.
Dates: 1982-2008

RIT School of Photographic Arts and Sciences The First Fifty digital audio recording collection

 Collection
Identifier: RITArc-0610
Overview Audio files related to the School of Photographic Arts and Sciences (SPAS) film The First Fifty. The film highlights the first fifty years of the School of Photographic Arts and Sciences. The collection includes audio recordings of interviews by Kevin Jergensen with prominent faculty members and students of SPAS.
Dates: 1979-1981

Robert H. Johnston digital audio recordings

 Collection — Folder: 1
Identifier: RITArc-0638
Overview Digital audio recordings of Robert H. Johnston during his time at RIT. Dr. Robert H. Johnston spent twenty years as a professor and administrator at the Rochester Institute of Technology. He eventually became the Dean of the College of Fine and Applied Arts. In 1990 he was named a Special Assistant to the President of R.I.T. Dr. Johnston most known for developing a system of using digital imaging to decode damaged and ancient texts including the Dead Sea Scrolls.
Dates: circa 1970