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Lambda Pi Eta
The official honor society of the National Communication Association recognizes outstanding academic achievement in the discipline of communication.
Our Epsilon Chi Chapter sponsors speech contests, on and off campus activities, and assist the Communication Faculty in hosting the annual Communication Day. See the Faculty Advisor, Dr. Audrey Olmsted, for more information.
A student organization that specializes in on-campus video production. ANCHOR TV produces regular shows about events on the RIC campus. Shows are broadcast on the campus closed-circuit television channel. ANCHOR TV is always looking for new members who want to get into television. The organization is advised by Philip Palombo. Check with him for further information.
WXIN is Rhode Island College's student sponsored and student staffed radio station.
The Anchor is RIC's student run newspaper. Contact Dr. Lloyd Matsumoto, the Anchor's Faculty Advisor, for additional information.
National Student Speech Language Hearing Association
The Rhode Island College Chapter of the National Student Speech Language Hearing Association (NSSLHA), a branch of the American Speech Language Hearing Association (ASHA), is an organization of students dedicated to both preparing its members for careers in Speech Pathology or Audiology and to educate the public about the field. We accomplish this by inviting guest speakers to talk about the field, attending conferences regarding the profession, contributing to local groups who advocate for individuals affected by communication disorders, and participating in events on campus and around the state to promote speech, language and hearing awareness. Contact Dr. Harriet Magen, NSSLHA's advisor, for further information.
To represent the students of the Communication Department, and offer programs and activities geared to exploring the various disciplines within the field. We pride ourselves on creating and maintaining communication-focused events that combine academic theory and real world experiences from professionals.