Our faculty share their expertise both inside and outside the classroom.
Melise is thankful to be a member of the second cohort in RIC's new Bachelor of Professional Studies Program.
These are the faces of Rhode Island’s future mental health clinicians.
This fellowship is designed to strengthen the Department of Biology and attract more students.
U.S. Rep. James Langevin ’90, a RIC alumnus, has donated his collection of documents and photos to the college for preservation and public accessibility.
RIC freshmen produce an album to celebrate the holidays.
Along with her teaching appointment at RIC, Cummings will bring the history of the people of African heritage in Rhode Island into K-12 classrooms using primary sources from the R.I. Black Heritage Society collection.
The NSC fellowship provides BIPOC faculty with a nurturing and supportive community while they engage in professional development.
One of the foremost experts on the history of polar exploration is honored by the Royal Canadian Geographical Society