Amy Becker, BS 2016

Physics, Optics, and Math were my favorite topics in high school and I knew I wanted to pursue something in them, but I didn't want to choose just one of them.  I picked Imaging Science at RIT because it encompasses all three and I knew it would expand my career options.  The curriculum is focused on the science of systems that create images. This degree program gave me the opportunity to pursue the research and development side of bio-medical imaging.  I sought the opportunity to get involved with research in the field of Bio-Imaging at the end of my Freshman year  and presented a poster of my work at the  American Chemical Society Undergraduate Research Symposium at RIT.  The community at CIS is extremely friendly and welcoming.  Everyone I've met has been happy to work with me to achieve my goals.