Growth of the Erie Canal.
The reaction to the alleged murder of William Morgan a bricklayer and stonemason.
The death of Col Nathaniel Rochester, the institutes first leader and city founder.
To make sure every program leads to professional employment determined by existing manpower needs and placement success.
Responsibility of the Institute to teach students “to make critical moral choices as they develop and use Technology.”
Both are correct
She was a well know sought after philanthropist who was enticed to donate by naming a building in her honor.
She was a relativity unknown student at RIT who died at age 90. Her donation was unexpected.
Her husband was a successful entrepreneur who wanted to support the future industrial leaders of Rochester.
Local corporations increased donations and co-op offerings dramatically.
Popular members of the faculty protested, resulting in a reversal of the decision.
Up until that time, the decision garnered the most negative publicity ever received by RIT
RIT's president was pressured to resign.
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Chester F. Carlson Memorial Building
James E. Gleason Memorial Building
National Technical Institute for the Deaf