"The melting pot of the unique ingredients that are coming from all over the world". And while this description was created to describe the cultural diversity of the United States, it can also be justly used for RIT Croatia. Our students are coming from various countries adding to the uniqueness of the overall college atmosphere. Let`s meet Kaitlin D`Costa who bravely exchanged the vibrant life of Dubai for the peaceful Dalmatian vibes.
Dr. Malar Hirudayraj is an Associate professor of Human Resource Development in the Saunders College of Business, RIT Rochester. She teaches courses such as Leading Change, Leading Innovation, Organization Development, Social Psychology for Service, Performance Analysis and Development, Workplace Diversity at the graduate level. Malar is interested in the changing nature of work and organizations and its implications for employees and organizations. She mainly study issues of diversity and inclusion and employability, especially that of disadvantaged populations.
Our professors Nikolina Božinović and Francis Brassard continue with the tradition of holding German conversational table (Kaffeetreff) for Dubrovnik students.
Dr. Branko Mihaljević and Dr. Martin Žagar attended the 24th International HrOUG (Croatian Oracle User Group) Conference on October 16-17 in Rovinj and delivered a presentation with the title „Software Development in Java – Today and Tomorrow“ on behalf of HUJAK (Croatian Java User Group).
Since the dog therapy community service events held last academic year were so successful, Student Government members decided to motivate students at the Dubrovnik campus to gather around and pay another visit to Žarkovica Dog shelter on Saturday, October 19th.