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Congrats, RIT! This year, Saunders tied for 62nd among 405 undergraduate business programs - up two places from last year! #SaundersPride
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Distinguished Guest: Dr. John Zdanowicz '66, will be speaking in Saunders Wednesday, Sept. 12, from 4:00-5:15 in the Multipurpose Room (1225).

Join us for his talk on “International Trade-Based Tax Evasion, Money Laundering, and Terrorist Financing" this Wednesday!
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Saunders and +RIT Athletics grad Myles Powell nets goal for +Buffalo Sabres, plays with #1 pick Rasmus Dahlin:
https://bit.ly/2x4JlCZ
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Added photos to 2018 Commencement.
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This fall, we will be introducing two new programs- BS in Supply Chain Management and MS in Business Analytics. In the MS in Business Analytics program, students complete 30 credits of career-focused courses that will help them understand contemporary analytics technologies and connect them with employer demands. bit.ly/2L6eydU
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Congratulations to these Saunders students and their teams for their achievements:

• Becca Schwan earned All-Liberty League First Team accolades and USTFCCCA All-Region honors (Cross Country), represented RIT in the 800-meters at 2018 NCAA Division III Indoor Track and Field Championships, earned USTFCCCA All-Atlantic Region honors (Indoor Track), broke the school record for 1,500 meters, and earned USTFCCCA All-Region honors (Outdoor Track).

• Myles Powell was the 10th Player in RIT’s Division I history to reach 100 career points (Hockey).

• Mallory Rushton was featured on ESPN’s Top-10 Plays (Hockey).

• Brian Reed was moved into the top-10 in wins, inning pitched, and strikeouts (Baseball).

• Brett Bouchard earned All-New York Region honors (Baseball).

• Eli Salama was named Division III’s top-long stick midfielder (Lacrosse).

• Shawn Nally won the Fran McCall Award as the nation’s top midfielder (Lacrosse).
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Added photos to 2018 Vanden Brul Awards.
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