What’s the Value in Studying the Humanities?
As jobs become increasingly automated, employers are seeking workers with skills that machines can’t replace – “uniquely human” skills – like the soft skills you learn in the humanities.
Bringing Health Education to the Hispanic CommunityRhode Island College Impact
Her bilingualism was crucial in being able to connect with the Latino community
Meet Our B.P.S. Students: Her Path to a Bachelor's Degree Came UnexpectedlyRhode Island College Impact
The next chapter in Ruth Soares’ story has yet to be written but she believes the BPS program is a link to her future.
Prices are Rising While Wages are Stagnating: Inflation Explained
No matter where you go, people are talking about rising costs. What is inflation and how did we get here? Hear it from an expert – RIC Assistant Professor of Economics Ignacio Ramirez Cisneros.
What’s Better Than Reading About History? Digging it Up YourselfRhode Island College Impact
Immersive Experiences in Education: Aidan Mooney ’22 rounded out their history major by joining an archaeological dig.
WANTED: Half a Million Graduates in Cybersecurity
A Q&A with Associate Professor of Computer Science Suzanne Mello-Stark on the need to develop our cybersecurity workforce
Becoming a Hispanic Serving InstitutionRhode Island College Impact
RIC is the first college in the state to earn this federal designation, which opens new opportunities for students.
Unseen Barriers to Inclusion
Making campus a welcoming space for all is as much about removing obstacles as it is about providing resources.
Exit Interview: RIC’s 10th President Looks Back on His Six Years in Office
Outgoing President Frank D. Sánchez reflects on his time in office and weighs in on questions of RIC’s future.
International Student Navigates a Path from ESL to Nursing SchoolRhode Island College Impact
Bryan Soto found the supports necessary to achieve his dream at Rhode Island College.