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Ethnicity vs. Race, Part 2: Ethnicity is Cultural Identity

"Race isn't that important; culture is what makes you who you are," says RIC Puerto Rican/Latinx student.

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Understanding Ethnicity vs Race, Part 1: Cultural Differences and Points of View

"Race is not biological," says Professor Mikaila Arthur. "Race is something we as a people have created and used to stratify."

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Four Years After Graduation, RIC Alum Lands Dream Job

Jon Macomber '17 is the CDC's new public health and public policy analyst.

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RIC Student Veteran Fills Vital Role in State’s Vaccine Distribution

An aspiring emergency room doctor, Nicole MacKay is leading a team of 24 military personnel members tasked with the COVID-19 vaccine response.

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Undergrad Turns Class Paper into Published Paper

That college research paper you've been sweating over may not seem like a page-turner, but it could be just what a publisher of undergraduate and graduate research is looking for.

Hear the Voices of Women Leading from the Top: Part III

"I think it is critical that our students see us in leadership positions so that they know it is possible for them." – Alema Karim

Working Behind the Scenes to Help Others Overcome

Colombian immigrant Cristina Vallejo is a valuable member of RIC's Professional Studies and Continuing Education staff and "the backbone of its adult education programming."

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A Conversation with History: RIC’s First Woman Dean

Former Dean Dorothy Pieniadz traces the first birth pangs of diversity and inclusion at Rhode Island College.

Virginia and Anthony Broccoli Endowed Scholarship

Valued up to $5,000 for the fall and spring semesters of the recipient's senior year, this scholarship will help the neediest seniors.

Alumni Michael and Lucille Ferdinandi Support the Power of Opportunity through Scholarship Fund

This is the second largest gift in Rhode Island College's history.