Suzanne Cheng, an instructor with the Bachelor of Interior Design at RCC Institute of Technology was recently named one of the 15 most notable art professors in Toronto by the American organization The Art Career Project.
RCCIT takes a look at the innovators and breakthrough technologies at the 2015 International Consumer Electronic Show.
The Ministry of Higher Education in Saudi Arabia recently approved RCC Institute of Technology bachelor degrees. “This is great news, not only for future students coming to study with us from Saudi Arabia, but also for our graduates who will get immediate recognition of their degree from employers and government agencies in their home country,” said Dr. Rick Davey, president of RCC Institute of Technology.
In this guest blog post, Bachelor of Interior Design student Angela Padden, discusses her unique experience as a presenter at CAG2014: Landscapes of Aging, a conference hosted by the Canadian Association on Gerontology.
The new “Kiani Foundation/OACETT Engineering Technology Award”, established along with RCCIT, the Ontario Association of Certified Engineering Technicians and Technologists (OACETT) and the Fletcher Foundation, will provide a $1,000 bursary to a full-time RCCIT student enrolled in an OACETT recognized engineering or applied science technology program.
When Tiffany Piotrowski decided to pursue her passion and study Interior Design at RCC Institute of Technology she started a blog to chronicle her passage. Now, two and a half years later, what started as a hobby has grown to be an important part of her life and her study of interior design.
A self-described “geek and tinkerer”, Sean Breen, a graduate of RCCIT, said he revels in anything electronic, but that toying takes on a whole new meaning when his work is aimed at saving the lives of children.
The Bachelor of Technology (Electronics Engineering Technology) graduating students showed off their impressive and innovative final projects at the 2014 Electronics Program Senior Project Showcase on June 4. Read all about the event and the showcase winners here.
On June 4, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. students in the Bachelor of Technology (Electronics Engineering Technology) program will showcase their final projects before graduating. The projects show off all the students have learned during their time at the School of Engineering Technology and Computing at RCC Institute of Technology. There is no shortage of wildly impressive projects from a drone to an Exoskeleton Arm. Get inside one team's process leading up to the Student Showcase.