Julissa Pereira les aclara que: “Sean cuales sean tus objetivos, son factibles, posibles y, si lo desean, están a su alcance”. Y agrega: “Yo estaré apoyándoles en cada paso”.
Julissa Pereira tells her clients, “Whatever your goals are, it’s doable, it’s feasible and, if you want it, it’s within reach.” She then adds, “I’ll be behind you every step of the way.”
This is the third year in a row that a Rhode Island College student has won a Fulbright.
RIC faculty are encouraged to use and compose more open textbooks for their courses.
From acting and directing to becoming a teaching artist, Jared Nobrega is putting his Rhode Island College theater degree to use.
Forty top young professionals are being recognized by Providence Business News. Six of them earned their degrees at RIC.
RIC’s B.A. and B.S. programs in elementary education are considered a national model by literacy experts in preparing teachers for reading instruction.
Noh’s article casts light on regimes that advance women’s rights as a way of boosting their legitimacy.
As a leading educator of Rhode Island’s workforce, RIC has been tapped by the State of Rhode Island to assist in producing more technologically skilled graduates. Along with RIC’s new Institute for Cybersecurity and Emerging Technologies, the college is launching a new B.S. degree in biotechnology.
Como institución líder en la educación de la fuerza laboral de Rhode Island, Rhode Island College ha sido seleccionada por el estado para ayudar a generar profesionales con más habilidades tecnológicas; y junto a su nuevo Instituto de Ciberseguridad y Tecnologías Emergentes está lanzando una nueva titulación en biotecnología.