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Project ExCEL Empowers Students to Break through Language Barriers

Rhode Island College Impact

Project ExCEL — Excellence in College for English Learners — supports multilingual and bilingual students by providing academic and nonacademic support.

Class of 2021: After Long Journey, Shaw Reaches Graduation Milestone

Randall Shaw has persevered and earned his degree after initially matriculating at Rhode Island College more than a decade ago.

Looks Like We’re Not in Kansas Anymore

While many struggle with Zoom fatigue, four professors are fostering a deeper appreciation for remote learning.

Creating a Safe Space to Talk about Race

During their 14 weeks in her course, Bousseau hopes students grow from "terrified" to comfortable speaking about race.

RIC's Equity in Ed. Hub to Release Latest Research at Webinar, Jan. 13

Despite the need for mental health supports, the vast majority of youth – especially nonwhite and low-income youth – do not receive mental health services.

News Brief: Fulbright-Hays Grant Funds Course in Guatemala

This course targets R.I. K-12 educators in Providence and Central Falls who serve the largest numbers of Guatemalan youth.

Empathy Drives RIC’s Transition to Online ESL Instruction

Rhode Island College Impact

The transition to remote classes has been challenging for advanced ESL students Pamela Del Carmen Cabrera-Vasquez and Romina Vaccarezza.

Bringing Math to Underrepresented Groups

Three math faculty design an afterschool math program for urban middle schoolers.

Failure is Never Fatal

I think one of the biggest challenges of living, working and being part of an urban community is that it’s so easy to fail and then stop," says Alex Lucini ’09.