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Prof. of Pol. Sci. Publishes Seminal Work on Los Indignados

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New Division of Community, Equity and Diversity is Advancing Inclusive Excellence at RIC

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Disability Services Center and Affirmative Action Office Refine Their Missions

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​Brown University Physics Professor Ian Dell’Antonio will deliver the 22nd Annual Richard K. Gehrenbeck Memorial Lecture on the “History of Science” on Wednesday, Nov. 29, at 8 p.m. in Clarke Science 128. Dell’Antonio​’s lecture is titled “Dark Matter and Dark Energy: What Do We Know and How Do We Know It?” and is intended for a general audience. All are invited. This lecture is sponsored by the Gehrenbeck Fund and by the Physical Sciences Department. For more information, a poster and a flier with an abstract of the talk, click here​.  

James Magyarjmagyar@ric.eduYes

​On Friday, Dec. 1, at 7:30 p.m. in Roberts Auditorium, the Rhode Island College Wind Ensemble will share the stage with the Rhode Island Philharmonic Youth Symphonic Winds and Wind Ensemble (RIPYWE), under the direction of John Knasas and David Neves (M.MEd. ’81), two of Rhode Island’s finest music educators. Each group will perform music of Steven Bryant and will work directly with the composer in rehearsals. Furthermore, Steven’s wife, Verena Mösenbichler-Bryant, will guest conduct the groups on these pieces. To close the concert, the Rhode Island College Wind Ensemble and the RIPYWE will join forces to perform John Philip Sousa’s colorful march, “The Nobles of the Mystic Shrine.​”

Robert Franzblaurfranzblau@ric.eduYes

The Rhode Island College Division of Student Success is pleased to announce RIC FLICKS, a new weekend movie series shown on a bi-weekly basis in the newly renovated Gaige Auditorium. A screening of “Leap”​ will be held on Friday at 7 p.m. and Sunday at 2 p.m. This event is free and open to the campus community. The RIC FLICKS series is sponsored by the Office of Student Activities.

Kristen Salemiksalemi@ric.eduYes

​The RIC Symphony Orchestra​ will present “Leipzig’s Musical Heritage” on Tuesday, Dec. 5, at 7:30 p.m. in the Auditorium in Roberts Hall. The music created by famous composers who worked in Leipzig is a cultural treasure of global significance. Johann Sebastian Bach, Robert and Clara Schumann, Felix Mendelssohn and Richard Wagner (to mention the most prominent) all lived and composed in Leipzig. RIC Assistant Professor of Music Alexey Shabalin will alternate between the roles of soloist and conductor.

Alexey Shabalinashabalin@ric.eduYes

​Celebrate the season with a festive concert, “Joyful Collaboration,”​ featuring RIC faculty and alumni and led by Judith Lynn Stillman, artistic director. This concert will be held on Wednesday, Dec. 6, at 1 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. in Sapinsley Hall, Nazarian Center. Suggested donation $10.

Judith Stillmanjstillman@ric.eduYes

​RIC will host the New England Workshop for Philosophy of Time on Saturday, Dec. 9, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. in Gaige Hall 200. Speakers will include Heather Demarest (UC Boulder), David Ingram (University of York) and Ned Markosian (UMass-Amherst). Discussants will include Ned Hall (MIT), Carla Merino-Rajme (UNC-Chapel Hill), Jack Spencer (MIT), Nina Emery (Mt. Holyoke) and Matt Duncan (RIC). This conference is free and open to the public. R​egister by emailing Matt Duncan at​


The RIC Art Club is sponsoring a one-day trip to New York City on Saturday, Dec. 16. The bus will leave in front of Roberts Hall at 6:30 a.m. and will drop off passengers at the front entrance of the Metropolitan Museum. You are free to spend the day as you please. The bus departs from the museum at 8 p.m. Sign up on Wednesday, Dec. 6, between 12:30 and 1:30 p.m., at the main entrance of ALEX & ANI Hall. The cost of the trip is $20 per person. For more information, contact Art Club Advisor Lisa Russell at 456-9599.

Lisa Russelllrussell@ric.eduYes

Melissa Carvalho will join the Career Development Center team on Tuesday, Nov. 14, as assistant director for counseling and employer relations. She is a two-time RIC graduate (B.A., M.A. in agency counseling) and comes to us from the Rhode Island Department of Human Services, where she most recently served as an employment and career adviser.  Join us in welcoming Melissa to RIC.​

Demetria Morandmoran@ric.eduYes

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Rhode Island College Named 2018 Military Friendly® School

“This accolade reminds us that supporting veterans should not be limited to November or May but must exist as part of the fabric of the day-to-day campus experience,” said Vice President Meriwether.

2 RIC Students Honored for Heroism After Near-Fatal Car Crash

“In this day and age, you just hear bad, all the bad,” said Richard Benson, father of car crash survivor Devin Benson. “But a group of people from different walks of life got together and helped save my son’s life.”

RIC Wins $1.16-M Grant to Increase Ph.D.s among Underrepresented Students

Through the McNair grant, disadvantaged students receive intensive training in scholarly research in preparation for advanced degrees.

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Brandi DiDino – Committed to Bettering the Lives of R.I.’s Children

RIC graduate Brandi DiDino has​ been a public child welfare worker for 12 years, a line of work that, according to the national average, has only a two-to-five-year longevity rate.

RIC’s Student Union Celebrated 50th Anniversary

RIC’s Student Union has fostered student engagement in extracurricular activities for five decades.