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RIC Campus Hosts COVID-19 Testing

“Rhode Island College has a critical role to play in supporting the state’s efforts to significantly increase the amount of testing across Rhode Island,” said RIC President Frank Sánchez.

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New Minor Prepares R.I.’s Workforce for Jobs in Cybersecurity

In the U.S. there are more than half a million job openings in cybersecurity but few people to fill them, said RIC Assistant Professor of Computer Science Suzanne Mello-Stark.

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Student Advocacy Spurs New Queer Studies Minor

RIC has a new minor in queer studies, thanks to a small group of vocal students.

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Adding Up the Costs of Food Deserts

At Rhode Island College, International Nongovernmental Organization Studies students have examined how people living at or below the poverty line and in food deserts pay more.

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God in Motion: The Sacred Art of Liturgical Dance

Through dance, RIC student Tempestt Spivey connects audiences to something greater than themselves.

Women Connecting in Tech

A pilot mentoring program at Rhode Island College is designed to help younger women entering the tech field learn from local tech professionals.

Moving Beyond Hate and Fear

The trans community is forging ahead with significant progress but still faces formidable challenges, said RIC Chaplain the Rev. Dante Tavolaro.

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Pushing Gender Boundaries

Since graduating from RIC, Reba Mitchell’s career has orbited around gender-related issues. She is now passing the torch to the next generation.

Uninspired Teen Found Inspiration at RIC

Emmanuel Ramos became the latest Rhode Island College alum to win the Golden Apple award, which the state gives to honor outstanding teachers.

The Way Out Is In

“Teaching someone how to think positively or reframe their thoughts and beliefs isn’t enough. The entire body must be brought into therapy,” said RIC alum and holistic therapist Grace Dulude.

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