Project ExCEL — Excellence in College for English Learners — supports multilingual and bilingual students by providing academic and nonacademic support.
Alumni of the Feinstein School of Education and Human Development
Rhode Island College is the leading producer of K-12 educators in the state.
Stacey Aguiar '12 has more than 16 years of diversified experience and skill sets in continuous quality improvement (CQI) and data analysis, as well as five years in education. She received her B.S. in health education with a concentration in community health from Rhode Island College in 2012 and a Masters in Public Health from Grand Canyon University. She then went on to become a certified health education specialist and certified professional in healthcare quality. Since Stacey’s time as an undergraduate at RIC, she has become an early childhood project and quality improvement manager at the Rhode Island Department of Health and Learn the Signs Act Early Ambassador for Rhode Island at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. She then went on to become a quality consultant at Neighborhood Health Plan of Rhode Island. Stacey is currently the senior director of clinical quality at UnitedHealthcare, where she oversees all quality improvement initiatives. She is also an adjunct professor at RIC, where she teaches performance improvement in health care in the health care administration program for graduate students. Stacey’s passion for teaching came to fruition during her time as an undergraduate at RIC. Since then, she has mentored and provided internships for students. Stacey has also provided support for faculty by guest speaking and teaching classes in resume building and career development.
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Randall Shaw has persevered and earned his degree after initially matriculating at Rhode Island College more than a decade ago.