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Book on Inclusivity in Social Studies to Feature RIC Alumna/Faculty Collaboration

RIC Alumna Calla Hardiman ’16 and RIC Assistant Professor of Educational Studies and History Whitney Blankenship are collaborating on a book chapter addressing how to create a more inclusive social studies curriculum.

Calla Hardiman 16, an eighth-grade history teacher, is contributing to efforts to create a more inclusive social studies curriculum.

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Alum’s Commitment to Local Artists Fueled His Passion for the Arts

AS220, a community arts center, was created to be a “place where all people can realize their full potential,’’ said Umberto “Bert” Crenca ’81 at the recent Dialogue on Diversity Spring Lecture.

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By dissecting actual dogfish sharks, RIC freshmen are learning about shark biology and how researchers study them.

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Innovation Office Delivers on Its Promise

Innovation Office team, from left, Chief Innovation Officer Richard Culatta, Education Lead Daniela Fairchild, Director of Strategy Octavia Abell, Project Managers Billy Patterson and Andrea Russo, and Government Lead Kevin Parker.

The Office of Innovation at RIC has raised all the funds it needs to self-sustain and has reimbursed the initial investment made by the RIC Foundation.

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Film Screenings and More during Women’s History Month

“When women gather, great things happen.” Join us for events throughout the month of March in honor of women. 

MEET OUR STUDENTS: Destin Kowrati Bibemi

Destin Kowrati Bibemi is a refugee from Central African Republic. At RIC he is a leader in track, a freshman orientation leader and he has discovered a love for ballroom dancing.

RIC Graduate & Fulbright Austria Recipient Joseph Sherry

Joseph Sherry not only made Dean’s List for eight consecutive semesters, graduating summa cum laude, he won a prestigious Fulbright scholarship to Austria.

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“Art and Community Empowerment”

Umberto Crenca graduated from RIC in 1981 and by 1985 he was transforming the Providence art scene in unexpected ways.