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Two RIC Educators Awarded for Contributions to Multilingual Learning Education

Rhode Island College Impact

Laura Faria-Tancinco ’15 (left) and Professor Emerita Nancy Cloud were recognized by the Rhode Island Teachers of English Language Learners.

New Scholarship Honors the Legacy of a Dedicated Nurse

Scholarship seeks to lessen the financial burden for undergraduate nursing students.

Alumni Mentorship Program Gets Financial Backing from Papitto and DeStefano Funds

Rhode Island College Impact

Alumni mentorship is a way to ensure that RIC students are not only successful in college but in their chosen professions.

Anna Cano-Morales is “a Pioneer” for Latinx Women with Political Aspirations in Rhode Island 

“Never be apologetic about being a woman or having an accent or your educational trajectory. Be proud of it.” -Anna Cano-Morales

RIC, RI Foundation Partner to Develop Pipeline of Diverse Fundraising Professionals

Rhode Island College Impact

The new Fundraising Apprenticeship Program is a collaboration between the RIC School of Social Work, the Rhode Island Foundation and the Rhode Island Chapter of the Association of Fundraising Professionals

Scholarships a Tribute to Alumna’s Creative Spirit

Through two new scholarships a new generation of RIC students will benefit from the late Kate Cross-Das, an alumna who possessed many creative gifts.

Nueva Beca Honra la Vida de Consagrada Educadora

Rhode Island College Impact

Una nueva beca en memoria de una querida directora de Central Falls ayudará a aquellos estudiantes de Rhode Island College interesados en estudiar educación física.

Rhode Island College Renames School of Nursing for Zvart Onanian & Bestows Honorary Degree

Rhode Island College Impact

The renaming was prompted by a $3 million gift from philanthropist Edward Avedisian, the largest in the school’s history; the honorary degree was presented at the school’s nurses pinning virtual ceremony on Jan. 12

New Special Education Scholarship

Rhode Island College Impact

The love and support for RIC students by late Professor Emeritus Joseph McCormick continues.

Longtime LGBTQ+ Ally Commemorates Pride Month through Philanthropy

Elizabeth Rowell, who taught at RIC for 42 years, has been an active advocate of RIC's LGBTQ+ community, a community, she says, that has much to be proud of.