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Never Start at No

At RIC you’re given a once-in-a-lifetime chance to study abroad. Begin with “yes” and the Study Abroad Office will show you how.

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RIC’s New Dean of Education, Jeannine Dingus-Eason

“It’s clear that something unique is happening here,” Dingus-Eason said of Rhode Island College.

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“Go Where the Opportunities Are,” Advises RIC Alumnus

When Kittelson moved to the Philippines, he only intended to stay for a few months. But 17 years and four businesses later, he’s still there and thriving.

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Turning Children Loose on Language

This summer almost 50 children woke up early to do what they love most – write!

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RIC Responds to Shortage of Mental Health Professionals in R.I.

“Not only is the number of available mental health providers low, the number of facilities is low,” said Interim Dean of the School of Social Work Jayasharee Nimmagadda.

SBIRT in Action – Opening Up Conversations on Substance Use

The Rhode Island SBIRT Training and Resource Center at Rhode Island College is teaching people in the medical field how to talk to patients about their alcohol and drug use.

RIC Invests in Nursing’s Future – First DNP Graduates

The college’s first independent doctoral program – the Doctor of Nursing Practice – graduated its first class. Four women are now highly trained leaders in the field of health care.

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Supporting Substance Abuse Recovery in the Workplace

Rhode Island College alum Tom Coderre is at the forefront of a move in the state to eliminate barriers for workers going through substance abuse recovery.

A Journey Back in Time with RIC’s Oldest Living Graduate

At age 104, Louise (Grissom) Rimmler is the oldest living graduate of Rhode Island College. On June 14 she joined fellow alumni from the Classes​ of 1937-1968 to celebrate the RIC Golden Years Reunion.

Henry’s Kids - Belief Inspired a Leap

Jennifer Cahoon ’95 credits "the voice in her head" to renowned RIC art professor - Henry Pinardi.