Museum Studies at RIT

Museum Studies at RIT This group provides an opportunity for the Museum Studies program at Rochester Institute of Technology to connect with each other.

This group provides anyone the opportunity to connect with the Museum Studies program at Rochester Institute of Technology. We encourage you to ask questions, network with our program, and gain insight into our professional program.

Mission: RIT’s bachelor of science degree program in museum studies is an innovative, experiential, technically-based undergraduate program that prepares you for careers in museums, archives, libraries, historical societies, historic sites, historic houses, and photography collections.

The Museum Studies program will be hosting the annual Spring Picnic Tuesday May 16th from 5-7PM. Please come and join us...
04/29/2017

The Museum Studies program will be hosting the annual Spring Picnic Tuesday May 16th from 5-7PM. Please come and join us for a fun event with students, faculty, and alumni! See you there!

04/19/2017
aMuse - Home

We would like to announce that the Museum Studies program has officially created a Student Government recognized club called aMUSE. To check it out, please visit https://thelink.rit.edu/organization/amuse and see what we are about!

We are thrilled about the promise of this organization and are excited to get the ball rolling for this semester and the upcoming year!

aMUSE is a club geared towards cultivating professional relationships and engagement opportunities between RIT students and cultural entities such as museums, historical societies, museum professional groups, and more.

Hey you, over there! Are you feeling stressed this semester? Well then come to the Study Snack Pack next Monday from 1-5...
12/01/2016

Hey you, over there! Are you feeling stressed this semester? Well then come to the Study Snack Pack next Monday from 1-5PM in the Stan Mackenzie Commons!

Stress relievers will include:

Snacks
Hot chocolate
Board games
MASSAGES
Movies
and more!

Come and check it out and take a break.

Come one, come all! The Museum Studies program is hosting the CV/Resume Workshop tomorrow in the Stan Mackenzie Commons ...
11/15/2016
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Come one, come all! The Museum Studies program is hosting the CV/Resume Workshop tomorrow in the Stan Mackenzie Commons from 6:30-8PM. Come get your resume checked over and receive helpful information about how to present yourself on paper. We could all use a little help to avoid this is our interviews:

Here are some photos from our What's Next Workshop. We invited four of our alumni back to talk about post-graduation lif...
11/01/2016

Here are some photos from our What's Next Workshop. We invited four of our alumni back to talk about post-graduation life, graduate school, and the working life. Thank you again for contributing to our event!

Hi everyone! The COLA Peer Mentor program is hosting another Coffee Hour!! This Wednesday from 9-11am we will be in the ...
10/29/2016

Hi everyone! The COLA Peer Mentor program is hosting another Coffee Hour!! This Wednesday from 9-11am we will be in the Stan Mackenzie Commons in the Liberal Arts building. If you want to swing by to grab some free food and coffee, I'd love to see you there!

10/22/2016

Welcome to the RIT Museum Studies OPEN page! This is a new place to invite individuals to like, share, and contribute to the posts on the page. Feel free to add any museum related content and start discussions!

Also, check out all of the students digital history exhibits online at the RIT Archives websitehttps://library.rit.edu/d...
10/14/2016
RIT History Exhibits | RIT Archive Collections

Also, check out all of the students digital history exhibits online at the RIT Archives website

https://library.rit.edu/depts/archives/rit-history-exhibits

This exhibit features one of RIT's most unique stories, that of SpiRIT the bengal tiger. Students wanted a live tiger to represent thier tiger pride. Unfortunately, a live bengal cub grows very rapidly so in no time SpiRIT was more than they bargained for. SpiRIT was loved dearly by the students an...

Our Cultural Informatics class has just completed "The Stories They Tell" exhibits found in the Wallace Center here at R...
10/14/2016

Our Cultural Informatics class has just completed "The Stories They Tell" exhibits found in the Wallace Center here at RIT! Take a look at their awesome displays!

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10/13/2016

Museum Studies at RIT's cover photo

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Founded in 1829 as the Rochester Athenaeum, Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) has been a pioneer in career-oriented education and a leader in cooperative education since 1912. RIT has one of the oldest and largest cooperative programs in the world, with more than 2,100 employers and 4,100 students participating. RIT is a coeducational, privately endowed university enrolling 18,000 undergraduate and graduate students preparing for technical and professional careers. Its nine colleges include the College of Applied Science and Technology, the B. Thomas Golisano College of Computing and Information Sciences, the Saunders College of Business, the Kate Gleason College of Engineering, the College of Health Sciences and Technology, the College of Imaging Arts and Sciences, the College of Liberal Arts, the College of Science, and the National Technical Institute for the Deaf.

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