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Fulbright Advisor Tells RIC Students to “Reach”

Rhode Island College Impact

Prof. Vince Bohlinger is on a mission to increase the number of Fulbright scholars at Rhode Island College.

RIC Produces Another Fulbright Scholar: Jennifer Contreras ’22

“This is a life-changing experience for our students,” says RIC Fulbright program advisor, Prof. Vince Bohlinger.

Sarah Ebirim, Future M.D., and Alumna Dr. Moreira, Her Mentor

“I like to go into inner-city schools to talk to children and demystify the idea of who can be a doctor,” says Dr. Moreira ’03 (left of photo) (Sarah Ebirim ’22, right)

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.

MEET OUR GRADUATES: Artist Liping Zhang

Rhode Island College Impact

“I decided to be bold, like the RIC motto, and go back to school,” says 36-year-old Liping Zhang. She graduates from RIC as an award-winning artist.

A New Cohort of Miranda Scholarship Winners Takes the Stage

"The way the (Miranda) program is laid out, I'll be able to meet people in the performing arts industry, so I'm looking forward to that opportunity," says scholarship winner Sofia DaSilva (pictured above during a performance).

MEET OUR GRADUATES: A Spinal Disorder Led to a Career in Medicine

“I think people heal others where they themselves hurt,” says Andrews, a chemistry major.

MEET OUR GRADUATES: Disabled Military Vet Seeks a Future Training Athletes

Nontraditional student says he returned to RIC to finish what he started.

MEET OUR GRADUATES: Destiny Zepeda is Invested in Student Success

“Destiny is a gift to the Youth Development Program at RIC and to our field of youth work,” says Asst. Prof. Victoria Restler.

MEET OUR GRADUATES: Deaf M.S.W. Student to Become Counselor for the Deaf

“There’s a critical need for mental health facilities that serve the deaf and hard of hearing,” says M.S.W. major Talia Jackson (above).