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Faculty: Web Accessibility and Online Learning, an Update

A recent professional development webinar for faculty at Rhode Island College, offered strategies for integrating assistive technology into courses that have online content.

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Painter and Professor of Art Richard Whitten

At left: “Augenblick” (Blink of an Eye), oil on wood panel, by Richard Whitten (right).

The latest creations from the inventive and imaginative mind of Associate Professor Richard Whitten.

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RIC President Honored and RIC Artist Special Guest at Fleur de Lys Studio

Left: Fleur de Lys Studio. Right: “Fleur de Lys in Snow,” a painting by Anthony Tomaselli ’76.

RIC Pres. Carriuolo was honored and senior Emily Sorlien’s artwork was displayed at the studio of noted painter Anthony Tomaselli ’76.

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RIC Weather Spotters Have Their Eyes Toward the Skies

Stephanie Dunten of the National Weather Service office in Taunton educates would-be weather spotters about the SKYWARN program.

Approximately 40 students in Adjunct Professor Jennifer Bonin's disaster management class completed National Weather Service training on campus, preparing them to become certified SKYWARN weather spotters.

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Coming This Fall, New Programs & Offerings That Position Students for Employment

New academic offerings at RIC this fall prepare students for employment in high-demand science and health fields.

The Continued Fight for Civil Rights

An open discussion on racial profiling and media influence on African Americans in America completed RIC’s celebration of Black History Month. 

MEET OUR STUDENTS: For the Love of Portuguese and Teaching

“I wasn’t the kind of child who grew up saying, ‘I want to be this or that when I grow up.’ I fell into teaching. It kind of found me,” ...

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Alumna & Company Returned to RIC for a Whirlwind of Dance

Kellie Ann Lynch ’03, co-founder of the Elm City Dance Collective, returned with her company to perform her first full-length work.