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Navy Week Special Event Brings STEM Learning to Campus

A Central Falls High School student tries a laparoscopic surgery demonstration at one of several interactive displays available during the Navy’s visit to campus.

Navy representatives introduced visiting Central Falls students to careers in the STEM fields through a special event held on the RIC campus.

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RIC to Host First-Ever Computer Science Education Summit

Kelly Powers of the Waltham-based Education Development Center serves as keynote for this collaborative summit between RIC’s Mathematics and Computer Science Department and the Computer Science Teachers Association of Rhode Island.

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Alumni Association to Kick off New NYC-Area Chapter

The Players private social club dates back to the 1880s; Scott Allinson ’97 and Nichole Donjé ’95 will host the first event for the RIC Alumni Association's NYC-area chapter.

RIC alumni Scott Allinson ’97 and Nichole Donjé ’95 will host the chapter’s first reception on June 11 at the historic social club, The Players, by NYC’s Gramercy Park. 

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Class of 2015 Graduates at Dunkin’ Donuts Center

The college’s first graduation at the Dunk represented the conferral of largest number of baccalaureate degrees – 1,493  – in RIC’s history.

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2015 Student Leadership Award Recipients

Recipients include a nursing student who founded a clinic in Haiti; a student who presents motivational talks at alcohol and rehab centers for teens; and a magnetic “servant-leader” who humbly ...

Meet Our Students: Jose Rosario – An Odd Twist of Fate Led to His Life Purpose

Jose Rosario, a 19-year-old who uses a wheelchair, is determined to help support at-risk teens.

RIC Student Meets President of United States

RIC biochem major Lisbeth Avalos introduced President Barack Obama at a recent speech held at RIC’s Murray Center.


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