Rochester Institute of Technology conferred more than 4,300 degrees at all of its campuses in the 2021-2022 academic year. The following local residents received degrees:
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Derrick Loi of Lakeville (14480) received a BS in game design and development.
Matthew Smith of Avon (14414) received a BS/MS in computer science.
Autumn Ippolito of Geneseo (14454) received a BS in mechanical engineering technology.
Russell Harvey of Geneseo (14454) received a BS in computing security.
Garrett Didas of Leicester (14481) received a BS in business administration-management.
Erika Koch of Conesus (14435) received a BFA in graphic design.
Chandler Simpson of Livonia (14487) received an MBA in business administration.
Nicholas Torcello of Mount Morris (14510) received a BS in computer science.
Veronica Vitale of Piffard (14533) received an MS in game design and development.
Adam Green of Dansville (14437) received an MBA in business administration.
Jerry Brushafer of Dansville (14437) received a BS in industrial engineering and an ME in engineering management.
Nicholas Cisco of Livonia (14487) received a BS in physics.
Jake Peterson of Avon (14414) received a BS/MS in computing security.
Jenna Robinson of Springwater (14560) received an MS in sustainable engineering.
Jessica Brock-Schlageter of Piffard (14533) received a BS in software engineering.
Jonathon Dalheim of Geneseo (14454) received a BS/MS in electrical engineering.
Austin Phillips of Avon (14414) received a BS in game design and development.
Chelsey Aten of Groveland (14462) received a BS in sociology and anthropology.
Rebekah Finster of Geneseo (14454) received an MS in materials science and engineering.
Johnna Coleman of Caledonia (14423) received an ACT and MS in school psychology.
Dayton Seidel of Springwater (14560) received a BS in biochemistry.
Katie Allen of Livonia (14487) received a BFA in industrial design.
Matt Law of Conesus (14435) received a BS in biochemistry.
Shea Kozak of Dansville (14437) received a BFA in film and animation.
Kennedy Garger of Avon (14414) received a BS in psychology.
Steven Evans of Lima (14485) received a BS in applied arts and sciences.
Ryan Henderson of Livonia (14487) received a BS in mechanical engineering.
RIT’s 137th academic convocation celebration was held in May and featured remarks by Kimberly Bryant, founder of the nonprofit organization Black Girls CODE.
RIT is home to leading creators, entrepreneurs, innovators and researchers. Founded in 1829, RIT enrolls about 19,700 students in more than 200 career-oriented and professional programs, making it among the largest private universities in the U.S.
The university is internationally recognized and ranked for academic leadership in business, computing, engineering, imaging science, liberal arts, sustainability, and fine and applied arts. RIT also offers unparalleled support services for deaf and hard-of-hearing students. The cooperative education program is one of the oldest and largest in the nation. Global partnerships include campuses in China, Croatia, Dubai and Kosovo.