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First Cohort from B.P.S. Program Reaches the Finish Line

Bachelor of Professional Studies Program lauds its inaugural class at pinning ceremony.

ACE Fellow Learns the Art of Leadership by Studying RIC Administration

Gabriela Torres was particularly excited by RIC’s status as a Hispanic Serving Institution.

Q&A With CEO of the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics

As leader of the nation’s largest professional and educational association for intercollegiate athletics administrators, Pat Manak says it’s exciting to see the burgeoning growth in the sports management field.

Buildings Named After RIC Women Leaders

Some of the lives of RIC women leaders are written in stone.

The History of Black Nurses in RI on Exhibit at RIC

Learn about the profound impact Black women leaders have had on the nursing profession and on the broader Rhode Island community.

Adult Learners Receive Free IT Training at RIC Workforce Hub

“The goal is to inspire them to continue their IT education and/or pursue employment in the IT industry,” says Professor Bain.

Africana Studies Launches New Black Film Series

The series opens with the documentary “Stamped from the Beginning,” on Thursday, Feb. 15, at 6 p.m. in Gaige 100.

Celebrating African American Achievements

This year’s theme is African Americans and the Arts

$25K Endowment to Support New R.I. Portuguese American Archives at RIC

A powerful advocate of Portuguese American history and heritage, Marie Fraley is the benefactor of this new archive at RIC.

Historic Exhibit of Noted African American Sculptor Features Items from RIC’s Special Collections

A native of Rhode Island, Nancy Elizabeth Prophet was one of America’s most elite African American sculptors.