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After more than a decade of climbing to the top rung of the art world, which included directing art galleries in Warwick and New York City, Campagna returned to RIC to complete his B.F.A. degree.Read Story
Instead of a path of punishment, which leads to short-term fixes but potentially long-term damage, restorative practices result in long-term healing for the entire community.Read Story
On Friday, June 3, HBS alumni are invited to the annual Track and Field Day, which kicks off at 9 a.m., and to the first alumni cocktail reception from 6 to 8 p.m.Read Story
RIC conferred 1,341 baccalaureate degrees and 297 advanced degrees at the college’s 2016 commencement excercises.Read Story
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Frank Sánchez, Ph.D., vice chancellor for student affairs at the City University of New York, will succeed Nancy Carriuolo as the next RIC president.
Joseph Sherry not only made Dean’s List for eight consecutive semesters, graduating summa cum laude, he won a prestigious Fulbright scholarship to Austria.
RIC junior Jacob Chippo won vocal competition and performed as guest soloist for the Rhode Island Civic Chorale Orchestra.
Enjoy a round of golf at Valley Country Club and support the development of RIC’s over 300 student-athletes who participate in 21 varsity sports.