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Spring 2021​

If you need to request reasonable accommodations for a disability please contact the office or organization hosting the event at least 10 business days prior to the event. If you are unsure of who to contact, you can e-mail Mike Giacalone, Interim Assistant Director of Student Activities, at mgiacalone@ric.edu, and he will connect you with the appropriate person.

  
  
  
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4/13/2021 12:30 PMLearn About OASIS

Come listen to a summary of OASIS services and learn what they have to offer. OASIS provides RIC students with.... academic advising for exploring majors, tutoring services, academic supports, and much more.

Sponsored by: Military Resource Center and OASIS

https://bit.ly/3cssz4C
4/13/2021 1:00 PMConnect with Vet Success and The Military Resource Center

Tune in to learn how the VetSuccess on Campus coordinator & the Military Resource Center can support you.
Topics will include: *How to maximize your VA education benefits *Using the GI Bill and other benefits at RIC * Tuition waivers * What to do if you're deployed/activated * Q & A Session

Sponsored by: The Military Resource Center

https://bit.ly/3cssz4C
4/13/2021 7:00 PMA Conversation with Miss Major: The Past and Future of Trans Liberation

Join us for a keynote presentation for RIC Pride pride month! On Tuesday, April 13 (7-8PM EST), Miss Major Griffin-Gracy, a trans elder and direct participant in the Stonewall demonstrations, will speak on her more than fifty years of activism and the future of trans liberation. In addition to a virtual conversation with Miss Major, we are hosting an asynchronous movie screening of the award-winning film Major!, which details her inspiring life and legacy. By registering, you will receive a link and password to watch the film anytime preceding the keynote event. This event is sponsored by Programming Event Board and the Unity Center. Register below.

Sponsored by: Programming Event Board and the Unity Center

http://bit.ly/ricmissmajor
4/14/2021 12:00 PMLifespan Virtual Interviews

​Interviews will be held for students who are graduating with a BSW, MSW, Psychology or Chemical Dependency Degree! To learn more about this event and to set up an interview, click the link below.

Sponsored by: The Career Development Center and Lifespan

https://ric.joinhandshake.com/events/730713/share_preview
4/14/2021 1:00 PMMindfulness Group

​1:00 - 1:30 Guided meditation
1:30 - 2:00 Applied discussion of mindfulness topic

Feel free to leave after the meditation if you prefer!

All students, faculty, and staff are welcome to attend! Contact Jake Perry in the Counseling Center for details at jperry1@ric.edu.

Sponsored by: The Counseling Center

4/14/2021 4:00 PMNew England Student Veteran Virtual Lounge - Self Care: Sleep Hygene

Student Veteran Virtual Lounge: Spring 21' The New England Student Veteran Virtual Lounge is a joint effort between university and colleges in the New England Area. The lounge will be open every other week with a specific topic or themed planned ahead of time. April Lounge: Selft Care! Sleep Hygiene -- Session Two: April 14, 2021: 4pm - Registration Link: tinyurl.com/1g0ccrz3

Sponsored by: RIC Military Resource Center in collaboration with CCRI, URI, RWU, Brown University, Bristol CC, and Cape Cod CC

https://tinyurl.com/1g0ccrz3
4/15/2021 7:00 PMComedian and Magician Joel Myers

​Joel Meyers is a man who believes that nothing is impossible, and this attitude shines through in each and every one of his captivating performances. Combining sleight of hand with a larger than life personality and a crowd-winning charm, Joel specializes in taking audiences on what NBC has called nothing less than a roller coaster ride. Joel Meyers is an illusionist and a comedian, a master of the stage, and a magician. He’s a performer who will capture your imagination (Newsweek), and he’ll win you over time and time again. Joel Meyers is simply a mystery; or, as Al Pacino put it best, he’s “the coolest person ever.

Follow @ricprogramming on Instagram for updates and a registration link

Sponsored by: Programming Event Board

4/16/2021 12:00 PMLifespan Virtual Interviews

​Interviews will be held for students who are graduating with a BSW, MSW, Psychology or Chemical Dependency Degree! To learn more about this event and to set up an interview, click the link below.

Sponsored by: The Career Development Center and Lifespan

https://ric.joinhandshake.com/events/730713/share_preview
4/16/2021 7:00 PMVirtual BINGO

​Join us to play Virtual BINGO! Prizes will be awarded.

Sponsored by: Student Activities

https://ri-college.zoom.us/j/81975057592
4/20/2021 10:00 AMCollege Mobile Blood DriveStudent Union Loop (Lot K)

The RI College Mobile Blood Drive will be held on Tuesday, April 20, 2021 from 10am – 5pm in a Bloodmobile parked in the Student Union Loop (Parking Lot K).
Appointments by appointment by visiting www.ribc.org/drives to book (Sponsor Code 0003), but walk-in's may be accommodated if safe spacing permits at time of arrival. Do not forget to eat, hydrate, bring your driver's license or another form of ID when you donate. Each presenting donor will receive a RIBC Drop Hat PLUS a chance to win $100 Red Rox Ticket Gift Card!
For more information contact Kristen Salemi at ksalemi@ric.edu

http://www.ribc.org/drives
4/20/2021 7:00 PMOpen Mic

​Are you someone who sings in shower? Do you write poetry in your spare time? Do your friends ever say you should do standup? Join us for an Open MIC Night and showcase your talent.

Sponsored by: Student Activities

https://ri-college.zoom.us/j/81826681980
4/21/2021 12:00 AMMindfulness Group

​1:00 - 1:30 Guided meditation
1:30 - 2:00 Applied discussion of mindfulness topic

Feel free to leave after the meditation if you prefer!

All students, faculty, and staff are welcome to attend! Contact Jake Perry in the Counseling Center for details at jperry1@ric.edu.

Sponsored by: The Counseling Center

4/21/2021 1:00 PMGrad School 101 Workshop

​Join representatives from Claremont Graduate University to learn more about the following topics:
• How to prepare for graduate school
• Finding the right program for you
• How to apply for grad school
• Producing strong written materials
• Financial aid and funding
• Insider tips, helpful resources, and more!

Register using the link below.

Sponsored by: The Career Development Center and Claremont Graduate University

https://ric.joinhandshake.com/events/730615/share_preview
4/21/2021 4:00 PMNew England Veteran Virtual Lounge: Self Care

The New England Student Veteran Virtual Lounge is a joint effort between colleges and universities in the New England Area. The lounge will be open every other week with a specific topic or themed planned ahead of time.
Register below.

Sponsored by: The Military Resource Center

https://tinyurl.com/1g0ccrz3
4/21/2021 8:00 PMStress Test: Interactive Mental Health Discussion

​The Stress Test is an interactive discussion about mental health awareness at RIC and was developed to break the stigma of mental health awareness on campus, and facilitate a custom conversation about mindfulness, mental health, & self-care. We will discover resources about meditation, self-care, organization, mindfulness, and other relavant topics.

Keep your eyes peeled on @ricprogramming on Instagram for the link and more details!

Sponosred by: Programming Event Board

4/22/2021 7:00 PMTrivia Night

​Join us for a fun night of Trivia! Prizes will be awarded.

Sponsored by: Student Activities

https://ri-college.zoom.us/j/87350871492
4/28/2021 1:00 PMMindfulness Group

​1:00 - 1:30 Guided meditation
1:30 - 2:00 Applied discussion of mindfulness topic

Feel free to leave after the meditation if you prefer!

All students, faculty, and staff are welcome to attend! Contact Jake Perry in the Counseling Center for details at jperry1@ric.edu.

Sponsored by: The Counseling Center

5/4/2021 7:00 PMGary Johnson: All Requests Live

​Gary Johnson is a One Man Band who performs every show 100% by Text Message Request. With the audience continuously requesting songs throughout the show, Gary spontaneously replicates all of the instruments, vocals, background vocals, and even special effects using only his guitar, his voice and a one-of-a-kind loopstation (lovingly referred to as "The Spaceship"). Gary's show is driven by his magnetically outgoing personality, seemingly-endless repertoire and his natural ability to thoroughly engage crowds of any size. When not on tour, Gary spends his time in Upstate NY with his wife and growing family, where he is a volunteer firefighter and founder of an award-winning Animal Rescue. Follow @ricprogramming on Instagram for registration details.

Sponsored by: Programming Event Board

Page last updated: January 08, 2021