List of Rochester Institute of Technology alumni
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- John Cebrowski - member of the New Hampshire House of Representatives
- Brian Chontosh (2000) - United States Marine Corps officer, Navy Cross Recipient
- Robert J. Duffy (1993) - Lieutenant Governor of New York (2011-); Mayor, (2006–2010) City of Rochester; past Chief of Police, City of Rochester
- David Egan (1962) - New York State Supreme Court Justice
- Bruce James - former Public Printer of the United States
- Fiona Ma - California State Assembly Majority Whip and a San Francisco politician
- Tom McMahon - Mayor of Reading, Pennsylvania
- Rodney C. Moen - Wisconsin State Senator
- Kate Gleason - engineer and businesswoman known both for being a revolutionary in the predominantly male field of engineering and for her philanthropy
- Alex Kipman (2001) - inventor of Kinect and HoloLens
- Rick Kittles (1989) - geneticist
- Patricia Moore (1974) - industrial designer and gerontologist, author of Disguised: A True Story (1985)
- John Resig (2006) - creator of jQuery
- Ramesh Shanmuganathan (1999) - Executive Vice President / Group CIO - John Keells Holdings PLC, Sri Lanka
- Kwaku Alston (1994) - celebrity portrait photographer
- Barbara Astman (1970)- artist, photographer
- Ralph Avery (1928) - artist
- Paul Benoit (1976) - Feature Pulitzer Prize, Boston Herald-American in 1979
- Bernie Boston (1955) - photojournalist
- Marilyn Bridges (1979, 1981) - Aerial photographer
- Robert F. Bukay (1982) - Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer for feature photography with the Associated Press in 1999
- Dean Chamberlain (1977) - effect photographer
- Emma Lampert Cooper (1897) - painter
- Jeff Daly - Chief Designer of the Metropolitan Museum of Art
- Bruce Davidson - photographer
- Ken Geiger (1985) - Pulitzer Prize-winning photojournalist for spot news with The Dallas Morning News in 1993
- Stan Grossfeld (1973) - two-time Pulitzer Prize-winning photojournalist with the Boston Globe in 1984 and 1985
- James D. Havens (ca 1920) - woodblock printmaker, painter, and first American insulin recipient
- N. Katherine Hayles (1966) - critical theorist
- Tom Hussey - photographer specializing in commercial advertising and lifestyle photography
- Kenneth Josephson (1932) - photographer; founder of the Society for Photographic Education
- Bryan Kocis - founder of Cobra Video
- Adam Kubert - comic book artist
- Leon Lim - artist, contestant on Work of Art: The Next Great Artist
- Dan Loh (1995) - Pulitzer Prize-winning photojournalist for feature photography with the Associated Press in 1999
- Mary Lum (artist) - visual artist, recipient of Guggenheim Fellowship, professor at Bennington College
- Zwelethu Mthethwa (1989) - South African painter and photographer
- David Muench - landscape and nature photographer
- Elli Perkins - Pprofessional glass artist
- Wallace Seawell (1940) - Hollywood photographer
- Daria Semegen - composer of classical music
- Ronald Senungetuk - Inupiat artist
- William Snyder (1981) - four-time Pulitzer Prize-winning photojournalist; Director of Photography, Dallas Morning News
- David Spindel - photographer
- Anthony Suau (1978) - Pulitzer Prize-winning photojournalist for feature photography with the Denver Post in 1978
- Glynis Sweeny - illustrator and cartoonist
- Emily Thompson (1984) - Associate Professor of History, University of San Diego; 2005 MacArthur Foundation Fellow
- Jerry Uelsmann (1957) - photographer, darkroom artist and Professor Emeritus of the University of Florida
- Craig Varjabedian - photographer
- Eloise Wilkin (1923) - illustrator for Little Golden Books
- Thomas R Keene - economist for Bloomberg News
- C. A. Tripp - psychologist and writer
- Mike Battle - Digital restoration artist
- Liz Bonis (1988) - Health Reporter, WKRC-TV, Cincinnati (Clear Channel Communications), Channel 13 WHAM-TV
- Brian Bram - comic artist for American Splendor, founder of two interactive agencies in Boston
- Gale Gand (1981) - cookbook author, chef and host of TV Food Network's Sweet Dreams
- Elan Lee (1998) - alternate reality game designer
- Katie Linendoll (2005) - tech expert on A&E's We Mean Business
- Debra Meiburg - wine journalist, Master of Wine holder
- Todd Chadwick Wilson - director
- Donald N. Boyce (1967) - retired Chairman of the Board, IDEX Corporation
- Charles S. Brown, Jr. (1979) - Chief Administrative Officer and Senior Vice President, Eastman Kodak Company
- William A. Buckingham (1964) - retired Executive Vice President of M&T Bank
- Daniel Carp (1973) - former Chairman and CEO of the Eastman Kodak Company
- Tom Curley (1977) - President and CEO, Associated Press
- Richard P. Dararaksmey - Senior Manager, Internal Audit, Morgan Stanley
- Brian H. Hall (1978) - former President and CEO, Thomson Legal & Regulatory
- Jeffrey K. Harris (1975) - Vice President and Managing Director for Situational Awareness Systems, Lockheed Martin Integrated Systems and Solutions
- Roger W. Kober (1984) - retired Chairman and CEO, Rochester Gas & Electric Corporation
- Robert J. Kohler, Jr. (1959) - retired Executive Vice President and General Manager, TRW Avionics & Surveillance Group
- Kevin Lesnewski - Vice President of Marketing for Patheon
- Michael P. Morley (1969) - retired Chief Administrative Officer and Executive Vice President, Eastman Kodak Company
- Mike Rundle - co-founder, 9rules Network
- Linda Stutsman (1994) - Chief Information Security Officer, Xerox
- Kevin Surace (1985) - CEO of Appvance; 2009 Inc. Magazine Entrepreneur of the Year; CNBC Innovator of the Decade
- Frederick T. Tucker (1963) - former Executive Vice President and Deputy to the CEO, Motorola
- Chester N. Watson (1974) - General Auditor, General Motors
- Brian Wells (1980) - Chief Technology Officer, University of Pennsylvania Health System in Philadelphia
- Alex Crepinsek - National Lacrosse League player for the Minnesota Swarm
- Matt Hamill - three-time NCAA Division III National Champion in wrestling, silver and gold medalist of the 2001 Summer Deaflympics; mixed martial artist, fought in the Ultimate Fighting Championship; retired
- Steve Pinizzotto - Canadian professional ice hockey player
- Jerry Ragonese - Major League Lacrosse player for the Rochester Rattlers
- Chris Tanev - National Hockey League player for the Vancouver Canucks
- Steve Toll - National Lacrosse League Player
- John Williams - equestrian Olympic bronze medal winner
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