Subject Source: Local sources
Found in 18 Collections and/or Records:
Overview The Bernie Boston collection contains photographic negatives, mounted slides and silver gelatin prints from c. 1968 to c. 1995, from the career and personal life of Bernard Boston. The collection chronicles his time at Rochester Institute of Technology, where he studied photography, up through his career in Washington, DC, and his personal life. In addition to prints used for newspaper publication, there are fine matted prints.
Collection — Box 1-4, Box: 5-6
Overview The Biomedical Photographic Communications program records documents the origin of this program at RIT. Also included are planning materials containing a history of the program, curriculum information, information on students, alumni and faculty, academic reports, publicity and program publications. Originally called Biomedical Photography, the Biomedical Photographic Communications program is a unique media program taught in the School of Photographic Arts and Sciences at Rochester Institute...
Collection — Box 1-15
Overview Records collected by Dean Santos while serving as Staff Chairperson and professor of the National Technical Institute (NTID) Deaf Social Work program. The fifteen boxes include correspondence with alumni of the program, events, alumni newsletters, course syllabi, community programs and service, historical documents, conferences and curriculum materials between 1970-2005.
Collection — Box 1
Overview Collection consists of four volumes of anthologies compiled by NTID professors Eileen Biser and Rose Marie Toscano from Liberal Studies Department to supplement course curriculum. Anthologies are Poems, Drama and two of Short Stories.
Collection — Folder 1-3
Overview Records of the Free University, formed at the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) in 1970. The school was started as a way for individuals to learn in an "unstructured and unrestricted" environment. The collection includes an annual report, goals and objectives, correspondence, course descriptions, and promotional materials.
Collection — Box 1-2
Overview Materials from Rochester Athenaeum and Mechanics Institute Retailing student, Fuku Matsuoka, in the 1930's. Included are her curriculum books for courses in Salesmanship, Advertising, and Fashion Trends, and some correspondence.
Overview To preserve documents that clarify a progression leading to and ensuing from appointment to start a pioneering program in graphic design at the University of the Arts (then Philadelphia College of Art) in 1966. Key facets of the perception-based and essentially non-verbal graphic design program of the Basel School of Design (then called Allgemeine Gewerbeschule Basel) were integrated with the liberal arts approach to BFA education at this independent arts college in the U.S. -- From original...
Collection — Folder 1-2
Overview Materials related to the McKenchie-Lunger School of Commerce in Rochester, NY. The school was founded as the Phono-Syllabic Shorthand School in 1917 and was acquired by the Rochester Institute of Technology in 1952. The collection mostly consists of course catalogs.
Collection — Multiple Containers
Overview Binders, booklets, and publications from the NTID Communication Studies and Services department.
Collection — Multiple Containers
Overview The National Technical Institute for the Deaf Media Production Department records provide a snapshot of the diverse collection of curriculum and publications created by NTID during the late 1970s through the early part of the 2010s. The collection consists of various materials such as faculty papers, curriculum, publications, and multiple forms of graphic materials, including VHS, DVDs, and CDs.