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Here are some of the faces of R.I.’s future social work clinicians earning their M.S.W. degree at Rhode Island College.
Shackles designed for a child slave is among the many artifacts in the R.I. Black Heritage Society collection at Rhode Island College.
Our faculty share their expertise both inside and outside the classroom.
These are the faces of Rhode Island’s future mental health clinicians.
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.
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
These bronze vessels at the National Palace Museum were once used at rituals and feasts by emperors and aristocrats.