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New Special Education Scholarship

Rhode Island College Impact

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

Alumnus Puts Fitness on Wheels

When COVID shut down his indoor gym, Shane Crellin took it outside and then made it mobile.

4 Students Take History from the Class to a Podcast

Co-hosts of “Operation History” (pictured in photo from top down) David Tibbitts, Maria DiScuillo, Derek Larivee and Lauren McDonough

Post-COVID Predictions

It’s never easy to look into the future, yet when five Rhode Island College faculty members were asked to offer their predictions of what a post-COVID RIC campus might look like they agreed to take the plunge.

Preparing for Post-COVID Mental Health Challenges in Campus Life

RIC faculty, staff and students are transitioning back to face-to-face interactions on campus. But what is the healthiest way to return to “normal”?

Working with Individuals in Crisis: Alumna Alicia Ead

Alicia Ead is a busy professional. Her specialties are twofold: autism education and working with high-risk, crisis-level psychiatric patients.

Conference Explores Post-Floyd Police Reform

Since George Floyd was killed in 2020 at the hands of police officers in Minneapolis, law enforcement organizations across the nation have been working to build greater trust and legitimacy within communities they’re sworn to protect and serve.

First-Gen Grad Leans on Supports and into Opportunities on Path to Success

Rhode Island College Impact

Pauline managed to find help in some of the unique supports RIC provides, like Learning for Life and Project ExCEL

RIC Establishes the State’s First Public Health & Equity Sign Language Interpreter Program

Rhode Island College Impact

As a public, comprehensive college with a long tradition of educating and training the state’s workforce, Rhode Island College is uniquely positioned to partner with the state’s health-care industry in developing, educating and training the health-care workforce of tomorrow.

Make it Visual and They Will Come – RIC Students Build Innovative Software

In 2020 two undergraduate students built a data visualization, Web-based software program over the course of 10 weeks called SimpleChartsRI.